I bought the Easton "3-way Throw/Field Trainer" and it is a piece of junk. I'd be surprised if this thing lasts three hours, much less three weeks, and my son is all of 11. Well, he turned 11 yesterday and this was his birthday gift. How sad that Easton markets sports equipment. This is a product, at best, for a 4-year-old. The metal tubing is too thin, the entire product looks like it cost $2 to produce. I'd like to know the product executive who thinks he's doing anyone a favor: the consumer or his company, which he has embarrassed. I now will regard anything with the Eason name with suspicion before trading up, paying a little more for something useful.