Neat Nets™ Adjustable Net System
Adjustable net with a retractable design provides ultimate versatility and "neat" storage!
Attach this retractable net system to your existing game standards and adjust it to the height you need for games such as volleyball, tennis, badminton, and more! A unique lockable storage canister with winding crank prevents tangling and tearing, extending the net’s life.
Never worry about how you are going to store your nets for your class again! This adjustable volleyball net is completely housed inside a canister, where it is wound for a non-tangle storage. It will be ready for play the next time you need it!
Usually, you have to fold or wind nets onto a cart or stand. This system’s storage is a part of the net itself, allowing it to be a convenient all-in-one system with no extra racks or storage carriers needed.
Easily adjust the net’s canister by loosening the attachments and sliding the net up or down on the standard’s pole until you have reached your desired height. Being able to adjust the height allows this net system to be used for more than just volleyball, including sports like badminton and tennis.
When play wraps up, cleanup is fast and simple. All you need to do is detach the net from the standard on the opposite side of the canister, and then use the crank handle on the bottom of the canister to crank the net into the compact, lockable container. Now you have a hassle-free, tangle-free tear down and storage!
Each net comes with 1 padded canister, 2 terminal ends, a carrying handle, and a 32’ net in white.
Safe and Durable
The net canister is padded for student and player safety in case a collision occurs during play. The system’s pole attachments can fit pole diameters ranging from 1-1/8” to 4” OD, allowing this net system to be a great option for most standards. Keep in mind that 200 lb. bases are required for this net system to provide the proper net tension and safety for all students. Lighter bases might result in the unit tipping over.Which volleyball net is right for me?