- Product Dimensions: 108 x 60 x 32 inches ; 240 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 240 pounds
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- ASIN: B000LZQC56
- Item model number: PT9
- Average Customer Review: 23 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #517,850 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
Prince Advantage Outdoor/Indoor Table Tennis Table
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- Indoor/Outdoor, All-Weather Table Tennis Table
- Compreg Technology- All-Weather Top with Excellent Playability
- 1” Steel Legs with Leg Levelers and Cross Beam Supports
- 4” Rubber Wheels with Locks and Heavy Duty Clip-On Net
- Installs in Minutes and Features Storage and Playback Positions
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The Prince Advantage Outdoor/Indoor Table Tennis Table is an all-weather table with a Compreg Technology top. This unique technology features a high density wood that is impregnated and sealed to prevent warping when wet, offering the playability of an indoor table. The Advantage is a durable table with excellent playability that will be the perfect centerpiece in your outdoor entertainment space.
The Advantage Indoor/Outdoor table by Prince features our proprietary Compreg technology. The table top is made of a high-density wood that is impregnated and sealed with a finish that resists water and has the playability of a real competition table. With the Compreg Technology of the Prince Advantage, you get the durability of an outdoor table with the true bounce of an indoor table.
• .5” Compreg Composite Surface
• 1.5” Table Apron
• 1” Legs
• 4” Heavy-Duty Rubber Wheels with Locks
• 4 Leg Levelers
• 5” Horizontal Cross Bar
• Heavy-Duty Clip-On Net Included
• Assembles in Only 15 Minutes
• Two-Piece Roll Away Construction
Product Dimensions:Play Position- W: 60” D: 108” H: 30”
Playback Positions- W: 60” D: 68” H: 62”
Storage Position- W: 60” D: 25” H: 62”
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The other review I saw on this site commented about the weight, and they are quite correct. The box is very heavy (around 250 pounds) and really requires two or more people to open it and and put it together. Once that is done, however, things get much easier. The table consists of two separate pieces, each of which has its own set of wheels. You can lift up on the side with the fixed legs and move each side like a wheelbarrow. The makes the table much less cumbersome to move around. The pieces line up nicely when put together, and the net that comes with the table clamps on to both sides, which may keep them from sliding apart (the clamp is spring loaded so it doesn't create a solid attachment). So far, we haven't seen any problem with the two halves shifting.
I was very impressed with the construction of the table. The legs and braces are all quite thick (steel, I imagine) and the wheel assemblies are so solid that I cannot imagine that they will ever become deformed, regardless of what weight is put on the table. Each table surface is braced with crossed steel bars underneath. My guess is that these serve to reduce the tendendency to warp on a table placed outside.
We are located in Florida, and our table is on our covered patio (lanai). I choose an outdoor table because I feared what the humidity would do to any wood product that was not intended for outdoor use, even though the roof should prevent rain from falling on it directly.
On another site (Walmart.com) they sell the same model and one of the customers commented that the table was not perfectly level. It seems perfectly level to me (and the fixed legs look as if they can be adjusted with screws on the bottom, though I haven't tried). Being only "recreational" players, my family has not encountered any issues. In fairness, any variation from true level would probably have to be pretty bad before we would notice.
When we bought the table, it was eligible for SuperSaver shipping. When we tried to order it online, however, that option was not available (and we're talking costs in the $150-$175 range). To get this addressed, we needed to call Amazon customer service. (Hint: to find the number, which is better hidden than most state secrets, your best bet is probably to Google it). Once we reached them, however, they were very helpful and credited the shipping back to us. The result was that the final total price we paid (just under $600) was well below what we would have paid at Walmart AND the product was delivered to our door.
On to the bad. It does not set level. It is a two piece table which could be good if the quality of construction/assembly was much better. I set it up initially in my basement which has stained concrete flooring. I had to shim the wheel legs and use the adjustable corner legs as well to get it level. I figured; eh no big deal my floor is probably imperfect. The finish on the table was good the net was good so I went with it. Well, since I have moved it to another spot that I am much more confident is very close to level. The table does not sit square to floor on a flat surface. No big deal right - I'm not a pro or anything. Well, not with a two piece table. The seam where the two pieces meet was very uneven so the net could not be attached properly. So, out I get my level again and a bunch of shims to balance the table. Keep in mind - I'm not trying to get the table perfect, just playable where I can attach the net. It looks kinda like the top was not correctly attached to the supports.
Then, one of the leg adjusters, which is great idea for a table like this, broke making another leg that I now have to shim. I looked closely and the leg adjuster is made of plastic. Not a good spot to cut corners.
Then, the surface began to chip - the first chip came from the corner likely where there is a pin or screw etc. This makes the very tip of the corner an uneven surface. Big deal; well, I guess not. I play with my friends and kids on the table and non of us are pro's... but... for this much money I expect more.
Keep in mind - I have not used this table in the elements at all. It has been inside except for a few days where it was on our patio covered in plastic.
All in all, it looked great and seemed super sturdy out of the box, but the end result was pretty frustrating. I wanted a portable, low maintenance table that I could move and play on our patio for parties etc that was EASY to deal with and that would LAST. Both have fallen very short in just 4 months or so.