The turbo hockey surface features a high-powered blower and coated inner rails to help generate maximum puck speed, while the billiard surface has a durable cloth cover and genuine rubber cushions for realistic billiard play. Meanwhile, the table tennis top rests cleanly atop the table, and is reversible to reveal a flick football field. The versatile flat surface can double has a flat work surface for arts and crafts or other uses.
Assembled, the table measures 32-by-32-by-72 inches (W x H x D), and comes with all required accessories, including:
- Two turbo hockey pucks and two pushers
- Complete set of billiard balls
- Two 48-inch, one-piece wood cues and cue holders
- Two chalks and one triangle
- One table tennis net and post set
- Two table tennis paddles
- Two 40-millimeter table tennis balls
- One flick football net and post set
- One flick football
The General Sportcraft Company was founded in 1926. In those times, most department stores did not carry sporting goods, so General Sportcraft helped pioneer the concept of "family-fun" departments within the store. Soon, the popularity of these departments spawned stand-alone sporting goods stores.
In the 1940s and 1950s, Sportcraft introduced new outdoor games to America, such as bocce, horseshoes, and volleyball. In time, Sportcraft's focus moved to indoors games like table tennis, billiards, foosball, and darts, now the company's most popular product lines. Today, more than 13 million customers a year purchase Sportcraft products.