The Original Tennis Ball Saver Introducing the one-of-a-kind tennis ball storage system that keeps your tennis balls feeling new every time. This device will hold up to 3 tennis balls at their original pressure of 14 PSI. The pressurized container prevents air from seeping out of your tennis balls resulting in new, bouncy balls every time!
The common problem with most tennis ball pressurizers is that they leak air, causing the pressure to slowly decrease and they can’t revive pressure back to 14 psi. PressureBall’s clever design means it will not leak during proper use. Holding 8 tennis balls, PressureBall is the most economical tennis ball pressurizer on the market. Using PressureBall will save you money because your tennis balls remain usable for much, much longer.
Tennis Ball Saver will not remake your used tennis balls to a new one. But it can slow the process of flatting out. Therefore tennis balls kept in Ball Saver should be worn out later than balls kept in a tennis bag. How much does it cost and what types of Tennis Ball Savers are available?
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Tennis Ball Saver Tennis balls are made with an internal pressure of 14 PSI, and packaged in a pressurized can. Pressure is released when you open the can and pressure in the ball escapes through it's porous rubber. Hitting the ball during play forces the internal pressure to escape even more. Balls lose new bounce quickly after you open the can.
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The Gexco Tennis Ball Saver works by keeping balls in a pressurized environment that keeps out outside air and stops the natural air leakage from tennis balls (learn more about why tennis balls lose their pressure). After playing, place your tennis balls in the storage device to rejuvenate the balls’ air pressure and have balls that bounce like they are brand new.
For the past month, we’ve been testing a product on the market: Tennis Ball Saver. This invention seeks to respond to the need to extend the life of tennis balls. We’ve performed the test with two different brands of balls: Slazenger Wimbledon and Head Team.
May 31, 2007. #1. I have 2 kinds of tennis ball saver which is basically the same design of twisting a can of 3 balls until the inside is pressurized. The first kind is the yellow container called the Tennis Ball Saver. The second kind is the clear see-through Gamma Revive Tennis Ball Pressurizer. While you think they would perform the same since they're designed on the same principle, I find the Gamma one very hard to twist completely close only after a few times of use.
Balls savers are not bad...in my experience, they hold pressure for few weeks - once used them after a month vacation and the balls seemed not bad As another poster mentioned, they do not revive balls, just hold the regular pressure loss a bit longer
Tennis Ball Saver surrounds the balls with 14 PSI pressure during storage. This stops the natural leakage from balls. Also if stored for about 4-8 weeks, it will force pressure back into the balls giving them new ball bounce.