Blacknet Lets You Replace Nets On Any Hoop In An Instant

Basketball is a blast, but it can be difficult to find a good hoop with a net. Nets get put through a lot and tend to fall apart quickly in the face of heavy use. And hanging a net can be something of a pain, to put it mildly, especially if it’s a public park. But you don’t have to play with just a rim anymore, thanks to a bunch of b-ball fans in Toronto, and the clever solution that is Blacknet. If you want to warm up before the game, check out our Neofit vs Brazyn morph review too. You might also want the TorrX: the smart ball pump to make sure your basketball is inflated before your next game.

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Blacknet is fairly ingenious in design. The net and rim, made of strong composites you can hang off of, are laid over the ball. Shoot it into the hoop, and the rim settles over the existing one on the backboard. Then, just play normally; since it’s resting on the rim it can take all the usual abuse you put a rim and net through when playing ball. When you’re done, just pop the ball through from underneath and Blacknet comes down for you to store with your other sports equipment.

If you were wondering why both the net and the rim are black, the good news is that it’s just an aesthetic choice; they’re considering making a Blacknet in the traditional orange and white color scheme fans know and love across the world. Just toss it in your backpack, find a park, and get to work. If you love sports, you might also want to read our review of the golf bag drink dispenser (just what the putter ordered).

Netted

The Blacknet can be dangled from, it's that strong
The Blacknet is designed for abuse.

True, some people can enjoy the game without having to hear every swish of the ball going through. But if you’re competitive, you need the net to see if the shot made it, and the net also means you won’t spend as much time and energy chasing after the ball. Besides, nothing’s cooler than whipping out a net for a pickup game, even if the price of that has yet to be determined.

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Dan Seitz

Dan Seitz is an obsessive nerd living in New England. He lives in the Boston area with a fiancee, a dog, a cat, and far too many objects with processors.

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