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Closeup Diagram of the Hurricane Baseball Hitting Machine.

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15 REASONS WHY YOU NEED THE HURRICANE HITTING MACHINE in Your Own Backyard!
20-Minute Hurricane Batting Practice Workout
What comes with my new Hurricane Machine?
What makes the Hurricane Machine so popular?
6 Often Asked Questions By Future Hurricane Machine Owners:
A Special Message to the Parents of Players 12 and under.
Hurricane Machine - Accessory Items
Hurricane Warranty Info
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How the Hurricane Operates.
Does it have batteries?
Where does it get it's power?
Does it need electricity?
Closeup Diagram of the Hurricane Baseball Hitting Machine.
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Hurricane Machine Hitting Drills
I know I want this machine!
How do I order!
What are the shipping cost?
Will it damage my HIGH PRICED BAT?
Hurricane Safety Rules
Hurricane Baseball Machine Step-By-Step Assembly Instructions
HurricaneMachine.com - Examples of Various Strike Locations and Angles
How to Adjust Your Hurricane Baseball Hitting Machine to Your Needs
Hurricane High Speed Movement Drill

What does thHURRICANE MACHINE look like up-close?

Here is a close-up HURRICANE MACHINE™ diagram with each part labeled. Click on the image to enlarge the diagram.

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What are the Hurricane power-bands?

Powerbands are the HURRICANE MACHINE energy source. These custom designed "bungie-bands" have a rubber sleeve for added endurance and plastic "connector" balls for quick and easy installation and simple height adjustments.

What is an IMPACT HEAD

"Impact Head" is the name used to refer to the ball component that is hit by the batter. The units are 48 inches long and have a unique design and shape that locks into the machine. "Impact Heads" are available for the Pro and Youth models.

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The HURRICANE MACHINE has the same ball movement as this popular machine of the 1970's. Nedco Sports uses today's aerospace technology and new composite chemistry to make a machine that is extremely durable and efficient.

In fact, Coach Nick used his "batter Up" rod and ball to make his first hitting stick invention back in the late 80's. In the late 1990's Coach Nick begin researching new manufacturing methods and alternatives. In 1999 he introduced the HURRICANE MACHINEToday the HURRICANE MACHINE  is one of the most popular selling training products in baseball and softball.