Automatic Dog Ball Launcher Was £99.99 at Laptops Direct for £49.97
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Automatic Dog Ball Launcher Was £99.99 at Laptops Direct for £49.97

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Found 17th Dec 2017
Automatically launches balls through the air for your dog to play fetchPlug or battery powered - perfect for a trip to the parkThree throwing distances to choose from - 3, 5 and 7 metresRewards your dog with a treat every time they retrieve the ballThree mini tennis balls included so you can plug and play straight awaySuitable for indoor & ourdoor useMove it from room to room with ease using the built-in carry handle

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This fantastic automatic dog ball thrower is perfect for those who love technology as much as they love their pets. As the name suggests, this great little gadget automatically launches balls for your dog to fetch without you even having to toss a single drool-slathered ball. Simply load the launcher with a mini ball, set the distance for the ball to travel (3,5 or 7m) and watch your dog go! Plus, it comes bundled with three mini tennis balls designed for little dogs, so they'll be able to play with it straight away!

You can even train your dog to retrieve the ball and drop it into the launcher with help from the built-in treat dispenser, which automatically rewards your dog each time they drop the ball back into the thrower. That way, they can enjoy an endless game of fetch whenever they want, for how long they want! It can be run on batteries or from a plug socket, so you can use it at home or while out and about in the garden. Its the perfect toy for dog owners with physical limitations and provides your pooch with the mental and physical stimulation they need while you're away.

PLEASE NOTE: Supervision is required at all times when your dog is using the ball launcher

Essential info3, 5 and 7m throwing distancesBattery: 6 x type C/LR14 (not included)Power: 9V 2A DC InTreat drawer: 40mm diameterRetractable tray for treatsBuilt-in carry handleMini ball size: 5cmDimensions: H285 x W240 x D165cm1 year warranty

Whats in the box?1 x Ball Launcher1 x Power cable3 x Mini tennis balls1 x Instruction manual
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In those immortal words, "It's what your right arm's for"...
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In those immortal words, "It's what your right arm's for"...
7 metres max ? better set it up at the top of a hill then
7m and mini tennis balls. Sounds like a belter
Slarty5 m ago

In those immortal words, "It's what your right arm's for"...


Hey no need to start an argument..... what about left arms?
Maximum throwdistance 7 meters?! The average key of a family car is just under 5 meters!

Very silly, sorry OP!
How bloody lazy is this. Pick up back and throw, or buy one of the sticks my wife refers to as a wanger. I can throw the ball half way down a football pitch on a good day, so not a good buy.
3 5 7 meters! You having a laugh
m4rky20113 m ago

Hey no need to start an argument..... what about left arms?


The immortal words were sufficiently old to be "armist", I am afraid.
Might be better used as a tennis trainer, then when you hit the ball with the racket it will go a lot further for the dog.

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I think these are meant for use in the average New Build Garden and not down the local park. Anything over 7m would definitely be in the neighbours yard!
Reading the description this seems to be intended for people who can't get out and about with their dog to use in the home and garden, rather than in a field or a park. The distance it can throw the ball is perfect for that use, maybe this isn't for everyone but for the elderly or infirm it could be an excellent product, maybe the cold votes are a little unfair.
End of the day its a half price deal for something someone may be looking for.............. whether you like it or would prefer to use your left or right arm shouldn't come into how good a deal it is........... blimey........... unless its nintendo, star wars or super high tech surpassing the understanding of the average Joe out here it's like you're fighting a losing battle on HUKD lately !
7m in your house? hope you have high ceilings? voted cold sorz. if a piece of rubbish was initially £100, then being reduced to £50 doesnt make any less of a piece of rubbish. This should be valued at £10 imho.
Putterill41 m ago

Reading the description this seems to be intended for people who can't get …Reading the description this seems to be intended for people who can't get out and about with their dog to use in the home and garden, rather than in a field or a park. The distance it can throw the ball is perfect for that use, maybe this isn't for everyone but for the elderly or infirm it could be an excellent product, maybe the cold votes are a little unfair.


So elderly or infirm can pick up the ball and reload this not to mention elderly probably won’t know what to do with this. It’s just another product designed to take advantage of people
CHEAPASCHIPS57 m ago

Thought this was a site to help people save money not take the piss out of …Thought this was a site to help people save money not take the piss out of listings clearly your life's are so sad that you have nothing better to do than troll on feeds


£50 though? Those £1 tennis ball flingers would do the job. Even someone with limited movement should be able to out throw this and you actually get to interact with your dog. Cold from me.
weerob887 m ago

So elderly or infirm can pick up the ball and reload this not to mention …So elderly or infirm can pick up the ball and reload this not to mention elderly probably won’t know what to do with this. It’s just another product designed to take advantage of people


"You can even train your dog to retrieve the ball and drop it into the launcher with help from the built-in treat dispenser, which automatically rewards your dog each time they drop the ball back into the thrower. That way, they can enjoy an endless game of fetch whenever they want, for how long they want! "
CHEAPASCHIPS1 h, 3 m ago

Thought this was a site to help people save money not take the piss out of …Thought this was a site to help people save money not take the piss out of listings clearly your life's are so sad that you have nothing better to do than troll on feeds



*lives
Slarty1 h, 25 m ago

In those immortal words, "It's what your right arm's for"...


Are you calling me a wan... ?!?
Well people may scoff but if you have a border collie with energy to burn then the dog can be trained to feed the unit itself and then chase the ball. Thus never needing to use your precious arms in the first place. These good old fashioned people are probably the same people who can't go on YouTube and see how good these can be for a dog. Have some heat my friend as its a good price and will be of use to someone
No lazier in my opinion than all these people unable to switch a light on/off without the need for some Alexa based device and fancy colour changing bulbs.
Or even using those things called legs to walk maybe 5ft to the tv to change channel

Still, definitely needs more range.
my arm is free, expensive tat.
If this was compatible with Alexa, people would be creaming themselves. It's a good idea to have one set up in the house if you're leaving your dog in the house on its own to keep it entertained. Saves them chewing the house up if they get bored. Again, I probably would throw a ball too and 50 notes does still seem a lot but depends on your needs and is there a cheaper one out there? Not voting either way but bashing it coz you think it's useless isn't the point of this site. If you have experience of the product and it's cack, then please give a product review to save folk wasting their money.
Laptops direct? Dog ball launcher? Now that's diversifying....
I know that most people can throw a ball 7m and probably further and therefore this machine seems pointless and expensive. Whilst i agree that the cost is possibly a bit high for what it is, i actually think that its concept is good. Yes, people may be able to throw a ball equally as far... but there are many others who are not so fortunate maybe due to muscle spasms, pain, or an illness such as a stroke are not able to throw a ball but they maybe have a dog for company, soo something like this would be ideal.

A neighbour of mine in her 80s has a disabled son in his 50s who is completely reliant on her for everything, They took in a wee female dog and her son became very attached to it and loves petting her and having her on his knee, but she is still young and has a massive amount of energy. There are times when certain aspects of caring for her son take up more time than others, and the wee dog would get distressed when she couldn't get into see him and would get destructive. I saw an electronic tennis ball launcher on groupon and bought it for my neighbor to see if it would help keep the wee dog busy. The one I got does not dispense treats, but it has helped stop the distress and destructive behaviour of the pup whilst waiting on her 'best friend' to get sorted. Once he is sorted his mum puts a few small treats on his knee and the dog jumps up on his and lays and eats them and gets lots of pets! Lol.

This is why I think the automatic ball launchers are a good idea... though I do feel this one is overpriced!


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