top of page

iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher – Launching Bigger Balls for Bigger Dogs to play Fetch

If you and your furry companion love to play “Fetch” together, then this Automatic Ball Launcher is exactly what you need. The iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher is based on its little brother (the iFetch Original award-winning Automatic Ball Launcher), offering you a fun new twist to the game of fetch… only this time, it launches bigger balls!

The iFetch Too is an interactive, automatic ball launcher that provides fun for medium and large dogs and owners together, and can easily keep your big dog entertained for hours. The product demonstration video embedded below will show you just how fun the iFetch Too can be for all bigger dogs.

Product Specs

The iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher is slightly bigger than its little brother (the iFetch Original Automatic Ball Launcher), and comes with a built-in, rechargeable battery for portability. It also weighs just a bit more than the original iFetch (slightly more than 2.5 lbs). The iFetch Too features a sturdy build, meaning that it’s built to last.

Keep in mind that the iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher was designed to be used only by medium and large dogs.

What’s included with the iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher?

Each iFetch Too comes with 3 standard-sized tennis balls. This means that you can also use standard tennis balls or any other ball that measures 2.5 inches in diameter. The iFetch Too “Tuff” balls are 2.5 inches in diameter and are felted like tennis balls, but made for dogs, so these are also non-abrasive on their teeth.

The Planet Dog Glow Ball ($13 each) is another great alternative option. This ball works great when slobbery or wet, and launches nearly as far as a tennis ball when dry. The medium-sized Chuck-It balls are also a great option. However, the medium Chuck-It ball will not launch as far because it is slightly smaller and heavier than a regular tennis ball.

Keep in mind that the launch distance might be affected when using an alternative ball, simply because the device depends on both the weight and size associated with the balls you decide to use.

The iFetch Too also comes with an AC charger for 110 and 220 volts that’s used to recharge its built-in rechargeable battery. This basically means that this gadget is fully mobile, proving perfectly capable of going with you outside your home. You can take it to parks, beaches, when you’re out on vacations and you take your dog with you, and much, much more.

How does the iFetch Too work?

The iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher is charged via a rechargeable battery that lasts up to about 300 throws before needing to be re-charged. After powering it up, dog owners can select the distance that best suits their space by pressing the Adjust Distance Settings button, located on the rear of the machine. This allows the iFetch to adapt to any environment.

The iFetch Too offers its users four difference distance settings (10, 25, or 40 feet or random feet), meaning it’s totally flexible for your pet and your available space. It’s easy to switch between the first three distance settings, and selecting the “random” variable setting is extremely fun and will keep your pup guessing and super-entertained.

After dog owners select the distance, their dog can simply drop the ball into the top of the iFetch and the ball will be launched out of the machine with power, allowing their fetch crazy dog to chase and collect.

Why do Big Dogs love the iFetch Too?

Small dogs aren’t the only ones that like to play and have fun. Big dogs love playing fetch too. Bigger dogs and bigger balls… It’s simply more fun! The iFetch Too is a serious toy, for seriously fetch-crazy dogs!

Final Thoughts

The iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher is an interactive, automatic ball launcher that provides endless hours of fun for medium and large dogs and owners together. It features an extremely easy to use design, offering any bigger dog a whole new way of playing Fetch. It’s built to last and can even be used as a great training tool to train your dog.

If you’re interested in getting the iFetch Too Automatic Ball Launcher, each unit is currently going for $200. You can order yours online, at iFetch’s official shopping page, by clicking this link.


David Novak is an internationally syndicated columnist, TV and radio personality, and expert in consumer electronics. For over 20 years, his column has appeared in over 200 newspapers around the country, and enjoys over 15 million in viewers and readers. He's appeared in Wall Street Journal, USA Today, GQ, the Living Magazines, The Mark Levin Radio Show, The Laura Ingraham Talk Show, Paul Harvey Radio Show, Today, Good Morning America and Kelly and Ryan. Read all the tech news at


bottom of page