The STIGA Synergy Table Tennis Table instantly stands out to prospective buyers because of its sharp contrast of black and white on the 5/8” thick table top – instead of the usual blues and greens – but there is much more to this table to keep consumers interested.
This ping pong table, which is foldable for both storage and a playback position, also has a 2” steel apron, 3” mag wheels on steel, self-opening legs and comes with the net and posts included in the box. According to Stiga, this table offers “exceptional playability for the amateur player” but is the appeal more universal than that?
Sports is not just a relaxing activity but also gives participants the opportunity of shedding extra calories, if you’re a fan of indoor games then JOOLA Quattro Table Tennis Table is the product to get. This ITTF-approved product comes fitted with an extra-thin top that measures 19mm, as well as a metallic side frame system and trundle which makes shooting simple and effortless.
This merchandise is also well-balanced and steady enough for players to enjoy their favourite game without unnecessary shaking of the table, making it the perfect choice for first time players who have never tried this game before in their lives.
There are a lot of interesting promises and features to the Kettler Match 5.0 Outdoor Table Tennis Table that are sure to interest keen players. Among these are the aluminium protected corners, the ability to use a “true” play-back feature for solo play, the transportation wheels, the paddle and ball storage on the side and an “automatic tensioning device” for the net. It seems like Kettler have thought of everything that a player could want but what do the table’s users think?
When you first see the photos of the Butterfly TR35 Premium Rollaway Table Tennis Table and the product specification, the concept of it being a “fold-and-roll” table is the aspect that stands out most; however, there are plenty of other notable features such the 3/4-inch wooden top, carefully crafted steel legs and 1-1/2-inch steel railing rim.
The product description talks about how this model is ideal for institutions such as schools and clubs because of the emphasis on quality and space-saving features.
To the casual player, one table tennis table might look a lot like the other but there are aspects to the Hathaway Victory Professional Table Tennis Table that make it stand out for player that want to progress.
This ping pong table is big and blue with a strong frame and a professional tag and is said to meet all the right specifications and the “rigorous standards of the International Table Tennis Federation”. It sounds like it should meet the criteria of most players but is that the case?
At first the Kettler Stockholm GT Institutional/Tournament Indoor Table Tennis Table may look pretty straightforward with its strong folding frame and blue surface but it promises to offer the standard ‘true bounce’ tech and meet the high expectations of a Kettler table with some great features.
One of the most important attributes with this model is that it is an outdoor table that can be wheeled out into the garden on a summer’s afternoon for the family to enjoy a game or two. The question for buyers is whether or not it is truly suited to this environment.
The Viper Arlington Indoor Table Tennis Table is a very attractive table with its strong colour choice of black and red, rather than the usual blues and greens associated with the sport, and there are all the basic, very important features that players are looking for.
It has a strong frame, a 5/8” MDF playing surface with net and a foldable design with a safety lock so it can stored away or used in practice mode. In theory, this model should do everything that the average player wants from it but what do buyers actually think.
At-home table tennis tables for the garage are often pretty basic affairs but the Joola Rally TL 300 Table Tennis Table has a sense of style, quality and purpose in its design and features that will attract buyers looking for more than the occasional game.
This folding model unfolds out into a strong table with adjustable feet and safety features to hold it in place, has lockable wheels for transportation and a host of other interesting details. Are players enjoying their games on this product or are there hidden flaws?
There is a lot in the specification for the Stiga Triumph Table Tennis Table to really appeal to keen players that either want to practise their game or get their kids into the sport. One of the top features that is highlighted by the manufacturers is the ‘Quick play’ chassis, which is designed with self-opening legs to ensure that the table is easily set up for kids wanting a quick game.
But this product also offers a playback position, 66” net, ball-bearing casters for transportation – that also have the ability to lock into place – and a blue 5/8inch top with a 2” steel apron. Do all these extra feature help or are buyers critical of the design?