Well, it’s actually very close. Same 1 1/2″ galvanized steel frame, same detachable legs allowing for easier storage and same heavy weatherproof double sided net
Basically, we bent the steel frame at a slight angle to protect the old coaches remaining brain cells from taking another batting cage flyball to the top of the head.
It happens more frequently than I like and if it hasn’t happened to you, you probably haven’t coached long enough… LOL!
A good quality pitchers L screen with hood is safer for batting cage batting practice; The concept makes sense and of course, safety is not an area where you should try and save money!
My recommendation is to bump up against your budget so you know you are getting the best quality for the money you have to invest.
The price matches the features size and materials and is recommended for high school teams, youth baseball or softball or backyard fastpitch training.
I don’t know if it is ideal for short toss or front toss drills with older players in that a padding kit is not yet offered.
The frames have square tube galvanized steel that’s heavy enough without being too heavy for one pitcher/coach to make angle adjustments during BP. This also means less bottom-of-frame-wobble common with most frames (though wheels are still recommended). This should not be such an issue IF players are instructed to not allow the screen to slam when setting up or when transporting from the ballfield!