STIGA STS 420 Table Tennis Table
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- Tournament-Grade Table with QuickPlay Chassis for Easy Assembly
- 1" Thick Table Top with Silk-Screened Striping
- 2.5" Legs with Leg Levelers and 5" Mag Wheels with Locks
- 2.5" Powder-Coated Steel Apron with Patented Full-Length Ball Storage
- 72" Premium Clipper Net and Post System Included
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1” Tournament-Grade Top with Silk Screen Striping
A durable 1” thick table top meets ITTF regulations for tournament-level performance. The table top is sanded and UV filled prior to multiple coats of specialty paint and finished with a clear top coat and silk screen striping for a perfectly smooth finish that will last.
2.5” Power Coated Steel Apron
A 2.5” profiled steel apron supports the top for even bounce across the entire table top. The white apron is powder coated for a durable finish that will last.
2.5” Steel Legs with Leg Levelers
Sturdy 2.5” square legs are made of heavy-gauge steel for a rock-solid base. 3.5” leg levelers allow the table to be adjusted on all four corners for a playing surface that is perfectly level, even when the floor is not.
5” Mag Wheels with Locks
5” mag, ball-bearing wheels with sport tread allow the table to smoothly roll over almost any surface for maximum transportability. 2 locking wheels keep the table in place for added safety and stability.
Ball Storage and Corner Protectors
Patented, full-length ball storage is integrated into both end aprons for added convenience that you can only get from STIGA. 3D molded plastic corner protectors add safety by preventing scratches and snags, especially for families with small children.
72” STIGA Premium Clipper Net
Challenge your friends to a game of table tennis with your tournament-ready table.
W: 60” D: 108” H: 30”
Sharpen your skills and get more practice before your next match with the playback position.
W: 60” D: 68” H: 62”
Free up space by folding the table and rolling it away in the storage position.
W: 60” D: 30” H: 62”
|STS 520||STS 420||STS 385||STS 285||STS 185|
|Table Top||1" - Tournament Standard||1" - Tournament Standard||3/4"||3/4"||3/4"|
|Net||72" Premium Clipper||72" Premium Clipper||72" Premium Clipper||72" Pivoting Net||72" Pivoting Net|
|Chassis||All-Steel Chassis||Wooden Bottom Board||Wooden Bottom Board||Independent Chassis||Wooden Bottom Board|
|Ball Storage||Full Length||Full Length||Full Length||Full Length||Half Length|
|Assembly||Standard Assembly||QuickPlay - 30 Minute Assembly||Standard Assembly||InstaPlay - No Assembly Required||QuickPlay - 30 Minute Assembly|
The new STIGA Tournament Series (STS) are tournament-grade table tennis tables with a QuickPlay chassis for easy assembly that provide quality, durability, performance, innovation, and convenience. The STS 420 table includes a 1-inch top that is sanded and UV filled prior to multiple coats of specially formulated paint and finished with a clear top coat for a smooth, durable, consistent playing surface. The playfield is silk-screened for durability and playability. Never lose table tennis balls again with the patented full-length ball storage and a 2.5" powder-coated steel apron. Play on a level surface on the 2.5" legs with leg levelers, or easily roll the table with the 5" mag wheels with locks. Go from box to play in just minutes with the included 72" premium clipper net and post system.
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1. Table has nice bounce
2. The Net is really nice and easy to set up
3. The table is a snap to put together. 2 guys could do it but a 3rd guy to help position the table on the wheels makes things easier.
1. The surface of the table scratches very easy. I set a plastic straight edge across it to make sure the table was flat and it scratched the surface.
2. The bottom board connecting the two sets of wheels is a cheap piece of particle board painted black. The table is heavy so it physically warps this light duty piece of wood. (Solid lumber would have been better) Not a big deal I will make a new peace out of oak or something
3. When the table is assembled and down there is a 1" gap between the 2 sections. Again not a huge deal accept at this price point you would expect better.
4. MADE IN MEXICO Seriously ??
In my opinion this table is way overprice for the quality. If I was at a store and buying one and could see it I probably would not buy this one. Again its not terrible but I think there has to be better options at this price level.
First off, when it comes time to attach the two sides of the table to the platform, there should be no children anywhere in the room. It is deadly dangerous. Each half that needs to be lifted into place weighs 117 pounds, and once the first one is mounted on the platform, it is extremely unstable and can easily fall over. In our first attempt, we set it carefully into the pivot tubes and it promptly crashed over. It could well have killed someone and it scratched the table surface badly. It turned out the table top was facing the wrong way, but even facing the correct way, it is liable to fall over. The instructions do not describe well enough the steps needed to do this safely; namely, should the third person hold the first half upright while the second half is lowered into place (in which case it is hard to slide the tubes together), or should the first half be resting on the ground before the second part is attempted (which makes the platform seesaw into the air).
The second issue was that after the first half fell over, I attempted to bring it upright again by bracing my foot on the center wooden piece and pulling the table surface toward me. That made the board immediately brake into three pieces. It was particle board and I would be surprised if it was rated for more than 20 pounds. It is unacceptable to use such a weak piece of material on a platform needing to support 250 pounds of hardware. Fortunately, my contractor happened to be around and he quickly fashioned a piece of pine board to replace it.
The irony is that one of the main reasons we purchased this model is because it is does not require much assembly, however this meant the two main pieces were so heavy that I had to wait several days until I had two guys strong enough to help put it together.
The package itself came on a pallet, surrounded by cardboard and particle board on the sides. It weighed 367 pounds but our delivery guy was great and it appeared to have no damage whatsoever. However, once I finally got it open, I found one of the plastic corner protectors was broken, and that one section of the white metal apron was a bit bent up. Nothing serious though, and I've asked their maintenance provider to provide a replacement corner part.
Okay, all that out of the way, let me be very positive. The net is fantastic (once we figured out how to tie off the extra string in the net tension system), and although my basement floor is quite tilted (to allow drainage), I was able to get the two halves nearly perfectly level using the leg levelers. The ball bounces really well and the table top is really solid. Overall, it looks great and the ball holder tubes are a nice touch. Just be careful when setting it up.
This is a very heavy table, but set-up was easy, I did it with just my 12 year old daughter. The entire family highly recommends this table.
DO NOT BUY!!!!