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Rebounding Foam & Puck Stopper - 2-Pack

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Rebounding Foam & Puck Stopper - 2-Pack

Rebounding Foam & Puck Stopper - 2-Pack is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
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The Edge Rebounding Foam is an economical, yet versatile passer that allows the user to set it up on the Puck Stopper Edging. The high-density foam provides an immediate rebounding response so you can receive those perfect passes for one timers and more! With its durable design, you can send pass after pass and work on your skills without worry.

  • Can easily be adhered to Puck Stopper Edging.
  • Made in Canada.
  • Long lasting adhesive strip.
  • Comprised of durable high-density foam.
  • Passing strip measures 18”
  • Compatible with All-Star Dryland Flooring Tiles & Synthetic Ice Revolution Tiles.
  • Edging pieces measure 4" x 18.5".
  • Puck Stopper Edging easily attaches to tiles with the patented clipping system.

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage. I went against my better judgement and paid actual money for this cheaply designed product. Although designed to clip onto the Hockey Shot tiles, they come un-clipped almost as soon as you pass a puck against them. This leads to hours of frustration, as you have to stop your training to snap them back into place, but as per the "instructions", you can only snap them back from below (and they un-clip vertically during use), so you have to completely remove the stopper (and pull the sticky-backed foam off) to re-install. If you try and power through without re-installing (in the hopes that one out of ten pucks makes it back to you), eventually the cheap plastic will snap in half, which, in fairness, makes sense, since you're hitting cheap piece of plastic with a dense rubber disk. I might try and salvage the foam part and glue it to a heavy chunk of wood or something, but attaching it to plastic like this is just a bad idea. TL;DR: Hopefully people see this review and spend their money on something else.
Date published: 2021-04-10
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