With the evolution of technology, exercising your dog becomes more and more easier and comfortable.
Pets and their owners mostly are fond of playing fetching game using manual and automatic dog ball launchers. There may be a debate on the pricing of different gadgets available in market but the fact that all dog launchers provide amazing fun to pets and their owners can’t be ignored.
Children specially love to play the fetching game with their pets whether it’s indoors, out in the lawn or backyard.
Cheap dog ball launchers are available in the market, but their performance usually doesn’t meet pet owner’s expectations.
iFetch automatic dog ball launcher family on the other hand provides you with guaranteed satisfaction in terms of pet engagement, physical & mental activity, self-play, durability and reliability.
Best Auto Dog Ball Thrower 2018:
iFetch Too the iFetch family member and successor of the iFetch Mini Original is basically intended for the large to medium breeds of dogs. It uses standard sized tennis balls (2.5-inch diameter) which are best to play fetching game with larger pets.
This gadget uses a rechargeable battery and comes with a charging adapter (both included); this is a great option as it saves you from replacing batteries again and again.
It is very convenient during your outdoor fun time with your pet. You just need to charge the battery and have fun anywhere hassle free.
iFetch Too can be used to throw ball to a distance of 10, 25 or 40 feet. You can select the distance range by a touch switch at the rear. The exciting thing is the random switch setting. You can use this switch to randomly select the speed. It keeps the pet excited and pre-occupied.
This automatic launch machine is safe to use by pets and shoots the ball. It is sleek, stylish and durable and has rubber feet for excellent grip.
What’s Inside the Box:
- iFetch Too Interactive Ball Launcher Unit
- 3 x Standard Tennis Balls (2.5-inch diameter)
- Built-in Rechargeable Battery
- AC Adapter for recharge
- Instruction Manual
|Throw Distance||10, 25 & 40 Feet for Standard Tennis balls|
|Control||Distance Setting (with random mode) & Power Switch|
|Battery||1A Rechargeable Battery (Included)|
|Charge Time||2-8 Hours|
|Dimensions||14 x 13 x 12 inches|
- 3 x Standard Tennis balls 2.5-inch diameter
- AC Adapter
- Rechargeable Battery:
iFetch Too comes with a rechargeable battery (included) and charging adapter, so you don’t worry about replacing the batteries or about power during outdoor fun, just charge once and enjoy fetching game outdoors with your pet.
- One Touch Distance Setting:
This dog toy has an option of distance setting of 10, 25 or 40 feet.
You can select the option of your choice by the button at the rear before the ball launch or you can select the “random” option which will make your pet keep guessing the distance with every launch.
- Indoor & Outdoor Fun:
Distance and rechargeable battery options make this ball launcher an ideal pet toy for both indoor and outdoor fun.
- Safe & Silent Operation:
iFetch Too operates in almost noiseless manner and designed to avoid any pet injury by hitting of ball during launch.
- Uses Standard Sized Balls:
iFetch Too comes with 3 standard sized non-abrasive tennis balls of 2.5-inch diameter. But any ball of 2.4-2.7-inch diameter can be used with this launcher.
- Best for Large & Medium Dogs:
This gadget is specifically designed for large to medium pet sizes.
|Rechargeable battery option with charger||Battery needs 2-8 hours of charge time, but can be used while its charging|
|Compact, stylish & durable||Can be used by small & medium sized dogs only|
|Three preset distance settings of 10, 25 & 40 feet|
|Random option for distance selection|
|Suitable for large/medium size dogs|
|Both Indoor and outdoor operation|
|Balls of 2.4-2.7 inch diameter can also be used|
|Silent and safe operation|
|3 non abrasive standard balls included|
|One year warranty|
Talking about the large size dogs, we can see that there are fewer options when looking for automatic ball launchers but there are plenty of manual options available.The problem is usually the ball and launching unit size which can be a hindrance with larger dogs as smaller balls can be a choking hazard for them and smaller units hard to stand with their large size.