- Fully Enclosed Cricket Bowling Machine
- Concave profile moulded urethane ball delivery wheels
- Microprocessor based digital speed control with membrane switch panel
- Adjustable speed in increments between 15 and 95 mph
- Spin, swing and pace bowling with 19 spin and swing settings
- Electronic random variation facility with solid state electronic wheel braking
- Ball joint complimented by vernier screw adjustment for precision line and length
- Operation from 12 volt battery or with optional BOLA Power Pack from 230v mains (or 110v if specified)
|Digital control panel – with speed and bias (spin, swing variation) display. Also indicates the strength of ball turn.|
|12V Bola Power Pack – A 240v high amperage transformer giving a smooth DC supply for BOLA Bowling Machines. This enables the BOLA to be used from a mains outlet (AC 220~240V).
Circuitry also includes a built in battery charger for overnight charging of batteries.
|Optional 12V Maintanence free Battery.|
|The BOLA Automatic 28 Ball Feeder – will fit both the ‘Club’ and ‘Professional’ models. It can be attached in less than 2 minutes and feeds a ball into the machine every 7 or 11 seconds (as selected). Includes remote control on/off switch allows interruption of the sequence when required. An ultrabright LED indicator and a beeper warn of the release of a ball. The ball feeder offers a unique solo batting practice facility or the option to coach from any position. An Electronic Random Delivery Mode is also available for the ‘Professional’ model.|
|BOLA 5oz Practice Balls – Polyurethane practice balls in red or yellow with soft case to protect bats from damage. Dimpled like a golf ball for stable flight. These give the best accuracy and realistic bounce. Yellow balls for better visibility indoors. Red for realism.|
|BOLA 3oz ‘Orange’ Practice Balls – The Orange ball is designed to give higher bounce to enable players to practice back foot shots at reduced ball speeds. Players can play hooks and pulls safe in the knowledge that the softer ball will not cause injury. Also used for junior age groups to provide bounce when the BOLA is on it’s shorter legs.
The extra bounce is useful for re-creating different batting conditions (such as a fast pitches) so that batters can gain experience of multifarious wickets and Orange balls are also increasingly popular with coaches for throw downs.