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|by Richard Waterman||Date Added: Friday 15 November, 2013|
Works great as long as you bend the hooks all the way around the eyes on the rim.. you will need pliers. Initially It kept falling off but when I bent them all the way around it hasnt come down since I did that last year... And it is at our apartment complex court so it is used heavily.
|by Patrick||Date Added: Wednesday 25 May, 2011|
Both nets that I bought came apart in multiple locations within the first week or two of being installed. Using some large pliers and a lot of muscle got the nets fixed, but I figure that they will likely come apart again. I installed the nets at a local park, so I don't have control over what users may do to them; however, I don't know what someone may have reasonably done to have made the nets come apart as they did. I also needed about a dozen S-hooks to attach each of the nets to the rim properly when I first installed them.
|by Karl Albrecht||Date Added: Sunday 05 September, 2010|
This is a good quality chain and the hooks made it simple to install on the double rim hoop at the park. Took a while to untangle but that was expected.
|by T.J.||Date Added: Monday 04 May, 2009|
When I got the net, it took a couple of minutes to untangle the whole thing, but I was expecting it would come like that. My rim was not made for those "S" hooks so I just hooked the net on the part where you put any other net, where you kind of pull the net through it and then pull down and it hooks onto it. The chain I got had one of the links on the net not connected so I just had to put it back on and close the link with some pliers. The title does not lie, the net really does not tangle up during play. The sound it makes when the ball goes through is really cool. I don't have anything bad to say about the net. I would definitely recommend this to anyone.
|by Kevin O'Connor "eva391"||Date Added: Friday 06 March, 2009|
Nothing on earth sounds as cool as a swoosh on a chain net. if you like street ballin nothing is better then to add this item in as a must with your ball and shoes. its strong and easy to work with. Chink!
|by Gerald G. Eldred II||Date Added: Saturday 24 March, 2007|
Great buy. Holds up out in the weather. My sons also like the sound itmakes when the ball goes through.