Tim, for someone like myself that seems to do ALOT of racking it is important for me to get the right product. There are some racks out there that have given be blisters on my hands. A nice padded rack would maybe work for me if someone wants to invent one of those. The D-13 is expensive, however it does get a tighter rack with less fuss somehow. I have no idea why it just works well.Tim5000 said:
PoolSponge said:Wow. That looks great! I want a solid aluminum rack that is soooo good the break in the demo didn't even pocket a ball! Awesome!
Then it might be great for those ball-bangers who do the rack-twirl. Don't want to risk a wrist injury!TheBook said:Ergonomic grip? Has anyone ever developed carpel tunnel, wrist or arm strain from racking?
The only injury I get is sometimes bumping my head on the lights when racking.
Yeah, she lifted the rack straight up instead of pushing it a little over and lifting from the back.poolhustler said:Looks like a nice quality rack. I may buy one.
The funny part to me was that the one ball rolls off when she is racking and she doesn't even rack them tight!! If I were promoting a rack that provides a tighter rack, I would make sure that the balls are racked TIGHT in my video......