Minnesota Fats Westmont 7’ Billiard Table
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- Cherry Finish on Rails, Apron, and Legs
- Professional Wool Blend Cloth in Midnight Blue
- 1” Dur-A-Bond™ Play Bed for Excellent Playability
- Rail Integrated Pockets for Modern Design
- Pedestal Style Legs with Hidden Leg Levelers
- Includes: 2 Cues, Set of Billiard Balls, Brush, Triangle, and Chalk
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The Minnesota Fats 7 foot Westmont Pool Table offers contemporary styling with professional features in a regulation-sized table. The Dur-A-Bond playbed is an affordable alternative to slate with exceptional performance. Table features include:
Heavy-duty, solid construction
Contemporary pedestal-style legs
Rail-integrated pockets offer a sleek design
Fluted edge trim adds sophisticated style
Hidden leg levelers offer an even paying surface
Cherry finish veneer on rails, apron, and leg
1" Dur-A-Bond™ play bed for excellent playability
Professional wool blend cloth in Midnight Blue
Inlaid round rail sights
Assembled table dimensions: 90" x 50" x 31"
Play bed dimensions: 78" x 39"
Includes: 2 cues, set of billiard balls, brush, wood triangle, and chalk
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My wife and I were able to install it ourselves. Actually, I only needed her to help me flip the pool table over after it was set up. To get it in the house I needed a 3rd person. My suggestion is to open the pool table upside down, install the legs, then flip the table over. You'd definitely need 4 people if you want to get this thing upstairs (don't install the table until you've reached the place you want it to be). Unassembled, this pool table isn't so bad to move, especially if you stick it on rollers.
The reasons I dinged two stars are:
1. Poor quality control; the felt on the table came with a small gouge or indentation in one corner where the ball doesn’t roll true. We noticed this prior to assembly. This wasn't us hitting the felt with a stick.
2. the supplied cue sticks are really low quality and one of them literally snapped down the center the first time I used it to break. They are also very light, probably like 8oz, our friends complained they're too light so we bought other sticks on amazon. Also, both were warped big time. I'd suggest it's better to sell a product without sticks for a lesser price than to supply useless sticks that aren't even straight.
3. the table’s bumpers are a little flat when the balls bounce off them
Other than this, it's a nice pool table.
Let me start with a CAUTION: There is a lot of false information in reviews as to what "slate core" means. I've seen folks describe it a a layer of slate sandwiched in between two layers of MDF. Wrong. Probably the best definition I've found is "Slate-Core is a resin injected, pressure treated board that resists warping. It essentially petrifies the wood making it as hard as a rock and a perfect surface for playing pool on." Bottomline, it's not slate. From underneath, it looks like a very dense fiber board. But it is very heavy, and so far, level.
Overall, I'm very pleased with this table. My three teen age boys have never played pool before and they are having a ball. And although I grew up with a very nice slate table in my home, this is an acceptable substitute ... much better than some I've seen.
- Doesn't roll quite as fast as slate. But for the price, I didn't expect it to.
- Cushions are a little dead compared to high end tables, but again, for the price, that's exactly what I expected.
- Table is very heavy. I didn't weigh it, but the box it was delivered in was definitely more than the advertised 308 pounds. It took four people to load it in the back of my pickup truck (I picked it up in the box at the store I purchased it from); three to get it out and into my basement.
- Assembly was easy. The table top is pre-assembled. All you have to assemble is the legs (first assemble the legs, then attach them to the table bed). Took me less than an hour by myself.
- Easy to level the table. Each table leg has leg levelers. I set up the table on a tile floor laid over concrete, so it was a level and stable floor to start with. That obviously made leveling pretty easy. Can't speak to what it would be like on a different floor type.
- I can't assess how well it will last. The frame is all fiber board, so I would expect it might warp a bit over time, making leveling increasingly difficult. Only time will tell. But if Amazon still sells this a year from now, I'll update my review.
Hope this helps you a little. If you can afford slate, buy it. But in my case, with three sons who have never played pool before, this table so far is outstanding. I'm very pleased.