iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher

Apr 29, 2015

Category: Tech

Recovering from Tommy John surgery? Even if you can’t throw a ball, that’s no reason to deny your dog a game of fetch; at least not with the iFetch Too at your disposal.

This is an automatic ball launcher that sends standard-size tennis balls 10, 25, and 40 feet into the air. When (if) Rex brings the ball back, he just needs to drop it into the wide opening at the top of the machine and the fun starts all over again. This is the sequel to the well-received original iFetch, with the key here being the iFetch Too is meant for bigger dogs who like to go after bigger balls. They’ve even incorporated ruggedized rubber treads to handle extra slobbery balls and keep on chuckin em. The whole thing runs on a rechargeable battery too. [Purchase]

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