A really good net, it’s very stable and quite simple to erect.
My family and I like it and it’s small enough to fit in a large suitcase to take on local or international holidays. Should be fun on a nice beach in the sunshine.
Great product, really easy to put up and take down. Not strong enough for volleyball, but badminton is perfect. Highly recommend.
it came a bit broken but it is still good
Broken still try to work out how to package to return as arms wont fold back down at all
Clips on extending poles bit fiddly
Everybody at home is in love with this set. Everybody that visits wants one. Ive told everybody to get it from decathlon
Great product, although you have to be careful about the order you pack it away, collapse from the bottom larger piece and work your way up, otherwise if you click from the smallest to the largest it becomes a nightmare to close. But still a great bit of kit and lots of admiration from others who have seen it in action
No guide ropes needed or ramming into ground
Tricky to collapse if sequence isn't correct
Perfect weight and size to transport.
Really simple and quick to put up and down. Ignore the other comments squeeze the holding pins and push rods into each other; simple. No need for water the base really does support the frame. Just great engineering.
I'm just amazed by it.
Poles and pin solution is robust not beautiful
We have a decent sized lawn and flimsy pole kits have come and gone. This is a great design. The net stays tight. It's easy to assemble and move around. The one draw back is that the final two poles won't retract properly. We have only used ours in the garden so far so it hasn't been a problem. The idea is that the all fit in the base for ease of transport.
Bought this for the kids to replace on of those flimsy push into the ground things with a poor net that constantly tangled. It's not been used in earnest yet but early signs are very promising in terms of size, quality and portability.
The extension poles are a little awkward to extend and, more particularly, contract but this should get easier with use - and also because we've worked out that partially contracting all off the poles before finalising any works best.