Zador Single Board
The Zador board is designed to maximize your practice potential. It increases the number of times your player is in contact with the ball. With many different ways to use the board, both individually and in a team settting, you are sure to be satisfied with the increased ball handling skills that will improve your team's game.
- Used by NCAA Championship Teams!
- Invented by Hungarian Olympic Gold Medalist Ervin Zador.
All boards come in a sleek, standard black design. Custom color options are available upon request.
- The Single Zador Board's dimensions are 48" x 48" x 36"
- It weighs approximately 200 lbs
- The frame is made of heavy gauge steel and double powder-coated for rust resistance
- A high-impact, UV resistant acrylic facing and stainless steel hardware add to this product's exceptional durability
- The adjuistable design allows this to fit any pool deck
- The wheel design makes it easy to move around the deck, into the pool, and into storage
- Attachment screws are countersunk to prevent damage or perforation to your water polo balls
- Red, vinyl dots give players a target to aim for
- Durable plastic feet and bumpers prevent damage to pool decking
- Heavy duty lower crossbar allows for leverage when tilting board in and out of pool
- Convenient handle to provide ease of mobility
Storage and Product Protection
- It is reccomended to keep the boards dry after use to minimize rusting. Best practice would be to keep boards in a enclosed storage when not in use.
- Keeping the boards out of constant sunlight will prevent fading.
- Please lubricate leveling bolts regularly to ensure rusting does not occur.
- If you have a tile pool deck, it is reccomended to use an outdoor mat to protect from any damage.
- Keep a can of Rust-Oleum handy and spot paint any areas that start to show wear in order to prevent paint deterioration.
Important Safety Notes
- We suiggest coaches do the moving and setting up of boards when possible.
- Two peoploe should always help bring the board in and out of pool position.
- Be aware of the deck as many have areas more prone to a slip and fall hazard.
- Clear your path of any objects that may obstruct your path to the deck prior to moving the board.
- Make sure all players are taught not to hang off the face of the board when set on edge of the pool deck.