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4 and 9 Air Squares (two nets) Adjustable Combo Including Surface Anchors

$359.00

Two net sizes create flexibility for the space and crowd. Adjust height (5’4″ or 7’11”) depending upon who’s playing. Each game includes a set of surface anchors for indoor or hard surface play.

Neon Green
Purple
Yellow
Clear
4.25 out of 5
(8 customer reviews)

Additional information

Weight17 lbs
Dimensions36 × 8 × 8 in
Color

Neon Green, Purple, Yellow

8 reviews for 4 and 9 Air Squares (two nets) Adjustable Combo Including Surface Anchors

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peter wernimont

    Great product. Love that it can be set up anywhere i have the space.

    • georgiaimaginators (verified owner)

      Peter, glad we can be there for you guys!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bill Skaggs

    We LOVE this thing!
    Great for youth group, Cookouts, And camping with friends.

    • georgiaimaginators (verified owner)

      Bill, we love the camping application! Hey, there’s no rule that you can’t use it on your own if your youth group isn’t! 😉

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

    We enjoy our Air Squares game. It is much more portable than 9-Square. We just have a little trouble with the anchors keeping the polls in place. The sand bags tend to slide and the achors for outside tend to pull out. I’m not sure what a better solution would be. Maybe figure out how to make the polls free standing so you don’t have all the ropes? Thank you!

    • georgiaimaginators (verified owner)

      Bethany, thanks for the helpful feedback! Be sure you guys use at least 20 lbs for each anchor. Outside, try driving the stakes at an angle away from the game area and that often helps keep the stakes firm in the ground. Rock on!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Zach

    Love this product! Great for our youth group and easy to use!

    • georgiaimaginators (verified owner)

      Zach, glad Air Squares is a hit! Thanks for bringing us in to be a part what you do to serve those awesome kids!

  5. 3 out of 5

    Dan Berkiel

    The product is pretty good. Portability is definitely a plus and is really convenient, especially for groups that need to set up and tear down. However, the ropes for us got tangled pretty easily and are a nightmare to figure out after that. Since the whole system is connected via connectors sending ropes in different directions, it takes me quite a long time to figure out after it’s been tangled. Set up with one person is possible, but it is difficult to get it right without some help. Not a big deal though. Good product if you really value the portability and can’t have a permanent setup.

    • georgiaimaginators (verified owner)

      Dan, thanks for your feedback! We’ll also be sending you a little add on to keep the ropes from having a night club party in the storage bag when you put it away. 🙂

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ryan (verified owner)

    Great product! Great for any ministry from kids to adults!

    • georgiaimaginators (verified owner)

      Ryan, thanks for the shout out! Thanks too, for what you do for those kids and their families!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Juan Palomo

    Definitely a must have for outdoor gatherings! Fun to play! Easy to store!

    • georgiaimaginators (verified owner)

      Juan, we appreciate the feedback. Rock on!

  8. 3 out of 5

    jesse (verified owner)

    Once you figure out set up and tear down (be meticulous when your tear down and pack up), it becomes simple to put up. I have never successfully done it alone. At least one other helper is needed, but usually the students jump right in and volunteer to help. The sand bag option is great. We’ve done it inside the church and in the parking lot. The sandbags do make it less portable, unless you can pack them empty for a trip to a location where there is sand, like a beach (can’t think of any other place packing empty sandbags to would work). Therefore, you kind of have to lug around 8 – 20lb sand bags. I just keep mine loaded on a cart at church. If I travel with it, I will just bring the full bags, or make sure there is a good location where if can be staked.

    I do notice the kids who are used to playing the classic PVC version can find it a bit frustrating to determine which square the ball is going/went. I tend to agree because not only is it more obvious with the PVC version ,but the bounce off of the PVC makes for a fun dynamic. You don’t get this with the thin cords. So, in a way, it feels like a slightly different game/gameplay. We purchased purple, I wish I had bought yellow, (or traffic safety orange, is that an option). Purple is just a little hard to see in general.

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