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  1. 2 years ago
    great miniature Ping Pong game
    I bought this for my son to play with his friends on our kitchen table. It works perfectly!
  2. 8 months ago
    Poor comstruction
    Purchased this last Xmas for my grandsons. The legs and pieces would not stay together. Very cheaply constructed, but I should have known that because of the price. Disappointed.
  1. 2 years ago
    Excellent table!
    Bought this table about a month ago-  and while it is on the higher end of the price-for-performance spectrum, it's a fine product.   The only complaint I really have is that the ball/racket holder is pretty basic and flimsy.   Also-  this table lacks expandable legs for leveling, which at this price point should have been included. Would buy again!
  2. 2 years ago
    Good buy
    Recently we purchased this Stiga Table Tennis Table and are very pleased to say it is very serviceable. The only complaint we have is that the legs do not seem to lock in place and when the player leans against the table while playing a game it sometimes makes the legs lean toward the inside of the table. It does not fall but does need to be pushed back in place. It is in a college rec room so it takes quite a bit of wear. So far so good.
  1. 2 years ago
    Fun for the office
    We bought this ping pong table for the office. It's a great way to take a break, release some energy and get some competitive rivalry going among co-workers. The table is perfect for our limited usage in the office and would also be good in a vacation house.
  2. 2 years ago
    NICE TABLE
    THIS TABLE REQUIRES SOME TLC AND BAD WEATHER STORAGE IF YOU PLAN TO KEEP IT OUTSIDE UNDER A CARPORT AS I DID. MOISTURE WILL CAUSE THE LEAVES TO BOW INWARD OR OUTWARD WHEN STORED IN THE UPRIGHT POSITION WHICH WILL REQUIRE YOU TO LEAVE IT SET UP ON ITS LEGS FOR A FEW DAYS FOR THE CURVES IN THE WOOD TO CORRECT THEMSELVES. I RECOMMEND NOT FOLDING IT UP TO FOR STORAGE, JUST LEAVE IT SET UP FOR PLAY, AND INDOORS IF AT ALL POSSIBLE. ALSO, IT DOES NOT ARRIVE ASSEMBLED, YOU WILL HAVE TO PUT IT TOGETHER. ... read more CHECK YOUR PARTS CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU BEGIN TO ENSURE THEY WORK CORRECTLY. I HAD A LEG HINGE THAT WAS MADE INCORRECTLY AND IT HAD TO BE REPLACED BY THE MANUFACTURER. BUT, AFTER ALL THAT IS SAID AND DONE, YOU CAN PLAY ALL THE PING-PONG YOU WANT ON IT.
  1. 3 months ago
    breaks very easily
    bought this less than a year ago and it is falling apart, sits covered under a porch and it is supposed to be outdoor use. called stiga and they are very poor service. im taking to academy hoping they can help
  2. 2 years ago
    Fun Table: No Worries
    This Stiga Coronado Outdoor Table Tennis Table is sturdy and well-balanced. Two of our older sons used power tools (they recommend this) to assemble it. They had it up and were playing in fewer than 3 hours. They love it. A great Christmas gift for the family that will last through wet & dry outdoor weather and some rough play. The aluminum top is a great idea. Our last table warped, became what our sons called it their "Rocky Mountain Ping Pong Table. We live on the front range of these ... read more mountains, so its name was appropriate The play was bizarre We are happy to have a table that will last
  1. 2 months ago
    Great table, worth every penny
    Bought this table a month back and so far i have been happy with it. You will need 2 people for assembling the table, it is pretty heavy. Took me 3-4 hours for assembling, instructions are ok, could be better, parts can be segregated and packed for ease of identification. Only problem was that the parts were stapled to one of the boards. I left the pins as it is to avoid more damage to the table. Ordering and home delivery was smooth. $50 for delivery is a steal.
  2. 2 years ago
    Too long to put together
    Took 5 hours to put together by my husband. Table looks good except it came with a lot of chips where table meets net. After 5 hours he wasn't gonna let me ask for replacement so I'm going to use blue marker to cover particle board showing. Not sure if I missed something but I thought top would be black from description online. PS beware the price was way higher on cyber Monday because they raised shipping price by about 100$. I'm sure it will be great but a lot of cussing putting together.
  1. 2 years ago
    Missing stiffeners
    I bought this in-store in Sugar Land, TX and NO stiffeners were included.
  1. 9 months ago
    Table could be better constructed
    The table once constructed works fine and the kids had a great time on it. However, it took a few hours to get it set up. The particle board is quite thin and unless you have two people who really know what they are doing, you may end up pulling one of the legs out of the board and strip the particle board. This is extremely frustrating for a table that costs $169. We had to move the leg over a little bit so we can fasten the screws in a different place on the board. Luckily it seems to be ... read more holding fine. Another thing to watch out for is the secure latch that will keep the two ends up for storage. If you pull a bit without unlatching properly, it will strip through the board. Again, very frustrating. Good thing is that the table is still usable, with a quarter sized hole in the board near the net. We are currently using a bungee cord to close the table for storage since the latches won't work anymore after we tore through the particle board. Again, wish the material was not so cheap for something I paid $169 for.
  2. 2 years ago
    pro and con
    I bought my ping pong table a few weeks ago. The box that it came in was damaged. It wasn't easy for me to get open. I would try to put it together while my husband was at work, but was unable to. Not only were the directions garbage, but I was not strong enough to screw in the parts. Its like they didn't go together. So after a week of fighting with it we finally got it put together. Would I recommend this just ok.... after you get it together it kinda seams worth it. While sitting there for an ... read more hour one day I thought why didn't most of this come presembled? My husband and I love our table.
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