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Fisher Pro Pop Up Football Dummy

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Fisher Pro Pop Up Football Dummy
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The Fisher Pro Football Pop-Up Dummy is designed to speed up drills and allow for more repetitions, as if there were extra assistants or players during your practices. This dummy is constructed of +a 3-layer, 18 oz vinyl base and an 18 oz vinyl body to assure a long life of the roughest drills. A rubber protected base won't bruise or sting a player's lower body and features the right amount of weight to allow the dummy to properly pop back up. Includes four handles for ease of transport.
  • Speeds up drills and allows for more repetitions
  • Serves as an extra assistant or player
  • 3 layer, 18 oz vinyl base and single layer, 18 oz vinyl body for long lasting durability
  • Safest Pop-up dummy on the market
  • Heavy base for a properly reacting dummy
  • Rubber coated base for player protection
  • Four carrying handles
  • Size: 72" x 24"
  • Weight: 115 lbs
  • Gender Age: Adult
  • Type: Dummies
  • Brand: Fisher Athletic
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constantin ritzmann from atlanta asked:
Are there any difference between this dummy and the one offered by Hadar for $550?
Customer Service: Both football dummies are very similar, but have a few design and construction differences which lead to the discrepancy in price. Both are around the same weight (between 110 - 115lbs) and are each 6' tall. However, the Fisher Pop Up Dummy is made of a 3-layer vinyl construction, using a vinyl base and body, with a rubber coating for durability and safe performance. On the other hand, the Hadar Pop Up Dummy uses a core of rolled foam around a solid center post, covered with a heavy-duty vinyl coating, increasing its durability and retaining air inside for a more consistent performance. Both are great options, and are well tested and trusted in the industry. It is simply a matter of budget and preference, as to your choice.