What is the difference between freebowler and other cricket bowling machines?
freebowler is simplistic in design, portable, mobile and can easily fit in the car. It can throw actual cricket balls with natural variations “without using electricity” (No batteries either!) unlike the other expensive, big & bulky, electrically operated bowling machines which are programmed to use dimpled machine balls.
We already have bowlers in our team? Why do we have to use freebowler?
It can help your players rest, recover, prevent injuries and let everybody get a lengthy batting session without tiring out the bowlers. It can be used to consistently map the balls on a specific area to help batsmen work on their strengths and weaknesses which bowlers can find it hard to replicate.
What variations can freebowler offer?
ou can adjust the speed to simulate between 80Kmph-140Mkph, vary the length and control the swing (in-swing and out-swing) of the ball according to batsmen’s requirements. Also, simulate the line of the ball either over or around the wicket bowling by simply aligning the machine to the right or left of the batsman.
How hard is it to use?
You can assemble the machine in less than 2.5 minutes, simply by the time the batsman is padded up and ready to take strike. Then you just lock back the arm and push down on the foot pedal and its ready to fire. It weighs around 25kg and you can fold it down and wheel it away once you’re done practicing. It takes a few sessions before you find it easy to operate.