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I got this for my son since he's into basketball. It was easy to assemble. It's not the best when it comes to being sturdy. The headboard is cheap plastic. Does not seem to handle a real basketball well. It's good for younger kids.
It's all good, easy to assemble, good finish, etc etc, BUT.. it really is for kids. Loop gotta be.. I'd say 6.5 from the ground..?? My kid is very tall (5.4 at 12years/old), I should have get something for adult, my fault... other than that, good product, delivered in time, etc etc, AND>. good price.
It's the perfect hoop for a temporary court during a pandemic. Somewhat unstable, hasn’t fallen and injured anyone, yet ..and under 7 ft max but keeping my 9 year old occupied when we ban him from the ipad. And, no big surprise here from the people that brought you the Microdermabrasion basketball hoop, the instructions are totally nonsensical. Most importantly, it has done nothing for my complexion.
For the price it is great. It’s a bit too short at the highest height for my very short 11-year-olds, but they love it. Seems unstable, and when used it rocks back and forth, but to be expected given the price. Still worth it! Will likely buy a taller, sturdier, more expensive version soon,
Yes it’s smaller than a regular hoop but that’s what we got it for because our kids are seven and three. However, we’ve had this for less than two months and the net has completely fallen apart. Super annoying.
After just a couple weeks the net started falling apart the white part seemed to be defective and the net fell completely off. Perfect size hoop for my five year old and his friends just wish the net would have lasted.