All-Star 4-Dial Die Cast Steel Umpire Indicator - 3/2/2 Count
Official Review: All-Star 4-Dial Die Cast Metal Umpire Indicator - 3/2/2 Count
Stop looking at your indicator! Feel what the count is and stay focused on the game with this 4-notched dial indicator!
This is a great indicator upgrade for me. I love the no look feel of the wheels which did take a little acclimation, but is not a problem. I still look just to make sure especially when close to 3 balls or 2 strikes. Its weight is noticeable, but I know it's there and exactly where it is in my hand. The only thing that has caught my attention with this one is that if the sun is over my right shoulder, I have reflected the sun into my eyes. Keep it in the shadow of your head and that won't happen. Great umpire indicator!
Very disappointing. Numbers not prominent and hard to see, even in day. Wheels hard to turn - my fingers were raw after 4 innings. It's built like a tank, very good, but the other issues make this a bad item. I will be returning this item shortly.
Overall, I like it and I am sure it is indestructible. But the notches are pretty hard to feel and figure out what it means. I expected it to be more intuitive. It also is rough on the fingers after a long game the pointer finger is pretty sore. However, the visibility is the biggest issue; under the lights it’s hard to see the numbers.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||1. Is this indicator made of stainless steel or aluminum?
2. Tutorial shows an indicator with yellow dials but product pictures seem to show no color. Can you verify the picture matches the video review?|
– Nicholas Travis
This indicator is made of die-cast stainless steel. The "yellow" you are seeing in the video is only a reflection of light. The dials are also steel.– Ty Unthank
Communication & Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire
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