The heavily requested heavy duty metal umpire indicator with no-look notches is now available here.
- Counts to 3 balls, 2 strikes, 2 outs and 9 innings
- With varied notches along each dial for balls, strikes and outs, one, with some practice, can "read" or reset the numbers to 0 on each with looking.
- Die cast metal will make for a durable indicator to keep your bag for a long time.
- Also with easy to read large numbers
- Weighs 4.4 oz.
B. Rock - 5.31.12
Chuck Maske - 3.20.12
"Certainly, this is a well made product. Solid construction, but, also very heavy. My biggest issue was that it is a 3 ball / 2 strike / 2 out indicator, and then rolls to a 0. If you are used to a 4/3/3 indicator, this may effect your game. I found it easier to just do what I've been doing with my 4/3/3 steel, than trying to adapt to this 3/2/2 one. If I'd started with this, I can see where it would last a lifetime. Old dog - no new trick this day.
Jesse Devine - 3.2.12
"I have carried this indicator on-field for several years, and I love it. It is the most durable indicator you can find, and it is is the 3/2/2 style that I prefer. It is heavier than most indicators, but that isn't really an issue, especially as I work mine from my ball bag, not in my hand. The weight actually makes it easier to find, as does its slightly larger size. Several umpires in my association have begun carrying it, after having used mine."
Chuck Stiefken - 5.9.11
"Nice indicator. It is very heavy duty and will last forever. The notches are great. It is very nice not having to always look down at it for the count. The only drawbacks are it is too shiny as the sun's reflection will blind you on the afternoon games. But I solved that with a wire brush. Also, I wish it didn't have the innings. I never keep track of them on my indicator, and having only ball, strike, and outs would make it smaller."
"Very heavy and slick. The notches are tough to distinguish. The negatives outweigh the only positive which is that it's the only 3-2-2 indicator with innings which I like to keep track of runs scored."