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Home Pro Elite Air Hockey Table
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- Professional-style aluminum rails for superior bounce and bankability
- Special wear-resistant laminate top
- Full-size puck for maximum stability
- Solid core polymer legs with leg levelers
- Dimensions: 85.5L x 45.5W x 31H inches
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This is the finest quality air hockey table on the market for the price! This air hockey table is endorsed by Danny Hynes (10-time USAA World Champion), Tim Weissman (10-time Champion), and Mark Robbins 2-time Champion and designer of the Gold Standard table games. The Gold Standard Games Home Pro Elite model features a solid, low-profile, professional-style aluminum top rail for superior bounce and bankability! You will achieve pro-quality action with the full size 3-3/16" diameter puck. The playfield features a wear-resistant laminate that will provide years of durability along with a centerline and face-off circle for competitive play. The Gold Standard Games Home Pro Elite model air hockey table will provide fun, excitement and superior play for everyone from beginner to professional!
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The table itself is fairly plain-looking compared to others. No LED lighting or bright colors. The scoreboard has LEDs and sounds,but this is pretty unobtrusive. The legs of the elite version are VERY stout, and look like they will hold up to many years of aggressive play, with careless teenagers and adults leaning heavily on the sides. Game play is excellent, with consistent puck movement, wall bounces, and entry in the goals. Watch your fingers when playing this table, as the puck can go fast and hard!
The only problem we've had is the scoreboard doesn't score consistently. There's a little short-circuit on the telephone-style connector at the score counter than double-counts goals or non-existent goals when the table or side is bumped. I've been meaning to get this addressed, but haven't yet. We just turned it off and count out loud. A little old-school, but it works fine. Overall, though, we're very happy with it and it should serve us for many years to come!