Top positive review
It works great if you modify it like we did.
Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2015
This is not a heavy duty volleyball set, but it is good value for the money if you make a few adjustments. We knew the kids would destroy it quickly in our yard, so here's what we did. Assemble the set. Then, instead of inserting the poles into the ground, get two medium size buckets (we recycled 2 baseball buckets, but I think you can get the orange buckets in the same size at the home store). We filled the buckets with cement and inserted the poles, and propped them up until the cement hardened. For the strings that come out on the sides and hold the net taut, we just hold those down with 2 bricks instead of inserting them in the ground. Now you have a portable volleyball set that you can move around to catch the shade or put away when you're not using it. The ball it comes with seems to be good quality to me.