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SRX socketed volleyball posts (telescopic posts)

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24S1654055

SRX socketed volleyball posts (TELESCOPIC posts)

£1,528.00

Full Description

The Schelde Sports SRX (Spring Regulated eXchange) volleyball system provides a range of unqiue enhancements to Schelde's market leading socketed volleyball system.

The SRX (Spring Regulated eXchange) volleyball system allows perfect net tension under all circumstances and offers extra support during ball impacts. In combination with the new spindle and cable grip, the net can be put under tension in no time. The perfect net tension can be achieved by matching the markings on the net tension display.

Lightweight aluminum profiles offer ease of use and the reinforced aluminum core ensures optimal rigidity.

This complete SRX TELESCOPIC volleyball set comprises: 2 telescopic volleyball posts with competition net and antennas

  • 1x telescopic volleyball post with SRX system (24S1654150)
  • 1x telescopic volleyball post with net hooks (24S16541355)
  • 1x competition net (24S1654005)
  • 1x set of antennas and antenna pockets (24S1654670)

Product features:

  • internal SRX (Spring Regulated eXchange) tension equipment for optimum net tension
  • the tension indicator visually shows the correct tension (green zone = OK)
  • clear cm indication on the posts
  • competition net with very strong Kevlar cord
  • posts ø 101 mm

Additional items that are available but that are not included are:

  • protective post padding
  • net pads
  • floor sockets
  • umpires stands

These posts require deep sockets that are available at additional cost

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FIXED HEIGHT SRX AND TELESCOPIC SRX: Both versions of the SRX system allow the net height to be easily adjusted to suit men's women's and junior volleyball. With the fixed height posts, as the net is lowered the top of the posts will increasingly protrude above the level of the net. With the telescopic posts, as the net is lowered, so are the posts so the top of the posts are always level with the top of the net. For higher levels of competition the telescopic posts will therefore be preferable.