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Automatic Dog Ball Launcher - Large

by iFetch

Full Details


  • iFetch throws a ball a variable distance when it is placed in the funnel by the dog or person
  • iFetch has three launch distance settings: 10 feet, 20 feet, or 30 feet. To set the launch distance, simply press the button on the back to cycle through the settings. The light will turn off after 30 seconds, but the iFetch will remain on (in standby mode) until you drop another ball into the funnel
  • The iFetch was specifically designed to work with standard tennis balls (2.5" in diameter)
  • iFetch balls are manufactured for optimal operation with the iFetch Ball Launcher
  • Some similar pet balls (2.5" diameter) will work
  • Some balls, even if the right size, will not work or may be hazardous when launched
  • Some dogs slobber more than others. If your dog is a heavy slobberer, the iFetch may require wiping off balls from time to time, making it difficult for the dog to play continuously by itself
  • Owner supervision is recommended
  • Rechargeable battery included
  • Made in China
Materials
Plastic and metal
Includes
Ball Launcher and 3 iFetch balls
Dimensions
17" x 16.5" x 14"
Weight
15 lbs

Reviews
4.5 avg. (4 reviews)


Small Business Support

Automatic Dog Ball Launcher - Large

by iFetch

iFetch Too is an interactive, on demand ball launching toy perfect for any large dog who loves to play a good game of fetch. Train your dog to retrieve balls and drop them back into the iFetch for hours of fun.
Small Business Support

Denny Hamill

Get it. Got it. Good dog. Fido, meet iFetch—an interactive, on demand ball launching toy designed to let your four-legged friend play fetch without you. Whether you’re home or at work, inside or outdoors, iFetch is sure to entertain, exercise, and stimulate small to large, fetch-loving dogs for hours.

Denny and Grant Hamill, the grandfather and grandson team who created iFetch, say the real genius behind their product innovation is the family’s fetch-crazed toy poodle named Prancer. The idea came to Grant while trying to do his homework as Prancer nudged, pawed, and begged him to throw the ball over and over and over again. If only Prancer could play fetch without him . . .

With iFetch, when you’re ready for a break, Fido can keep on playing to his heart’s content.