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Rated 4 out of 5Â by LitGenGrandma Great value and easily assembled
Purchased this for my game room and the size is great since I have a basketball game and air hockey game in there too. The quality is good for the price I paid and it was an excellent value considering others I saw online. It is extremely heavy so you will need two adults (preferably males) to get it in your house and set up. Assembly was easily as all it needed were the legs attached. We had it up and ready to go in 30 minutes. Lots of fun to play and easy to change to ping pong.
August 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by StillWaitingForMyNet Good value but does NOT include the net
Overall, I think it's a good product at a good value. It's smaller than a regular pool table, obviously; but you can still get fun out of it at much less $$ than a regular sized. The 7 foot size makes it workable for smaller basements or other spaces. Speaking of which, I'd allot more than the 11' x 13' space someone in a review recommended. You can get away with that for table tennis; but may have to buy a short pool stick for some shots.
It's a pretty painless assembly, once you get the heavy package inside. The box weighs close to 350 pounds; so be prepared with two (or three) strong people. Standard delivery is curb side; so after that it's on you to get it inside. The legs need to be attached, the table tennis top comes in two parts which slide together pretty easily and the net an net supports need to go up, but pretty simple IF IT CAME WITH A NET. I use all caps, because it came delivered without a net and table tennis/ping pong supports. O.k., no problem: these things happen. I called customer service, they were nice and said one would go right out to me. About a week later, I received a very small box with the net supports, but again NO NET. It wouldn't be a big deal if the description said net not included and the customer service person didn't tease me further by saying the phantom net is on its way. I could have gone out and bought a net a couple weeks ago if I would have known...Seems odd that a ping pong net is in such rare supply, but I digress. For what you pay, $500-$600, it's pretty well made. The pool sticks are definitely decent. I'm not pool expert or anything; but I've definitely seen worse sticks. The tips do need to be shaped; so you aren't able to start playing pool right out of the box after assembly. That said, you can't play ping pong out of the box either because: there's no net. :) If customer service is reading this, feel free to ACTUALLY send me a net this time. I'd call and request one, but don't need another box without a net.
November 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by robert assembly was easy and it looks good
The table is good quality. Balls and cues are excellent! Table tennis consists of 2 halves easily placed on the pool table and slid together. Great fun shooting pool and good exercise playing table tennis. Two people required to set the pool table upright after assembly.
December 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Diamondbacks Nice modern table
Table is together except legs. Very happy over all. Have to be careful when hitting low ball shots as que can dmg felt. Overall very pleased.
December 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by hemartz Great buy...
I was very happy with the pool table, it's great for the price...the only problem i found was that the table tennis was damaged, but didn't really care...
June 3, 2014