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Deluxe Heavy-Duty Backyard Tetherball Game

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$59.98

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Now your kids can enjoy a rousing game of tetherball in your backyard with regulation equipment that's as safe and sturdy as the school's. They can concentrate on batting the ball - put their whole heart into it - without worrying about knocking the pole over. It makes a big difference.

Easy to set up, the institutional-quality, galvanized steel poles fit together with push-button ease; then plant right into the ground where they'll last a long time (ground sleeve included; suggest setting in concrete). This game also includes a heavy-duty swivel attachment, an authentic ball, and a pump—so let the fun begin! Needle to pump up the ball is located in the handle of the pump.

For ages 6 and up.

• Easy to set up.
• Galvanized steel poles fit together with push-button ease; then plant into ground (ground sleeve included; suggest setting in concrete).
• This game also includes a heavy-duty swivel attachment, an authentic ball, and a pump.
• For ages 6 and up.

Size
Steel Pole 1-1/2"-dia.; 10-1/2' tall

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5

Two Years Later & Still Loving It!

Reviewed on: 11/11/2013 10:58:00 AM

My kids received this as a Christmas gift in 2011. They use it all the time (weather permitting). We did take a 5 gallon bucket, fill it with cement, and insert the ground pole. We then dug a hole in the ground and buried the bucket. This kept the whole system a lot more sturdy!

5

Two Years Later & Still Loving It!

Reviewed on: 11/11/2013 10:58:00 AM

My kids received this as a Christmas gift in 2011. They use it all the time (weather permitting). We did take a 5 gallon bucket, fill it with cement, and insert the ground pole. We then dug a hole in the ground and buried the bucket. This kept the whole system a lot more sturdy!

5

Two Years Later & Still Loving It!

Reviewed on: 11/11/2013 10:58:00 AM

My kids received this as a Christmas gift in 2011. They use it all the time (weather permitting). We did take a 5 gallon bucket, fill it with cement, and insert the ground pole. We then dug a hole in the ground and buried the bucket. This kept the whole system a lot more sturdy!

5

Two Years Later & Still Loving It!

Reviewed on: 11/11/2013 10:58:00 AM

My kids received this as a Christmas gift in 2011. They use it all the time (weather permitting). We did take a 5 gallon bucket, fill it with cement, and insert the ground pole. We then dug a hole in the ground and buried the bucket. This kept the whole system a lot more sturdy!

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Additional steps needed in installation

Reviewed on: 6/5/2013 12:00:00 AM

The description in the catalog never mentions that the pole must be set in concrete. Didn't find out until the product arrived.