Deluxe Ballport Ball Pickup

Product Description

The Deluxe Ballport is the big brother of the ever-popular ballport ball pick up. The two are identical in material and function, differing only in dimension, capacity and feature. The deluxe version holds up to 52 pickleballs in its basket and has wheels for easy maneuverability. This product is molded from an extremely tough polypropylene plastic which promises to never rust, crack, snap, or melt. It is very lightweight, easy to transport and easy to store.

The Deluxe Ballport has an extended 33” long handles which makes picking up pickleballs even easier due to less bending over. This product comes with two specifically-designed rods which act as a gatekeeper for the balls and keep them inside the basket, which removes the tedious task of bending over and picking up loose balls. The sides have been reinforced along the top and bottom aiming to maintain its rectangular shape. The basket measures 14 inches wide, 9 inches deep and 12 inches high. The handles flip down to create legs. The basket full of balls is about waist high. When standing upright, this ball basket stands at about 33 inches tall.

The Deluxe Ballport is the perfect tool for managing a large quantity of pickleballs on the court.

Minimal assembly required.

$ 49.99

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