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After Graduation Games- Getting Your First Ping Pong Table

Most of you will move into startups after you graduate. Ping Pong tables, duffle bags and mattresses are all the rage in those working environments.  Although your life at Strathmore has taught you a lot about your course work, the real life needs your knowledge of ping pongs, computer games, among others.

If you will desire to purchase a ping pong table after you leave school, this article will give you several guidelines to help you make your mind up when you want to buy the best ping pong table that meets your requirements. There are a lot of different models of ping pong tables on the market in our day. The one you purchase depends on your talent level, finances and who is going to utilize it.

There are a lot of factors to examine when purchasing your ping pong table. These consist of the tabletop thickness, table sturdiness, and tabletop surface. Also consider portability as well as where you will store it.

If you are purchasing your ping pong table for family use, then buying a lower priced model might be your smart bet. New family users can be a bit rough on the surface while they are learning how to play ping ping. The table might get a bit scratched and beat up by the new users. When a particular family member gets good at playing and prefers to be better, then think about upgrading to a better model of ping pong table. Since they are more serious about playing, they will look after the table more.

Portable or Permanent        

Think about if you have a permanent zone to setup your table or do you have to set it up every instance you use it. A portable one will be simple to set up and take down when your finished playing. Look for a portable model that can be set up in addition to taken down with only one person moreover. Get good rollers so you can move it around easily. Some tables have rollers with brakes that can be functional to stop your table from rolling when in storage.

Table Top Thickness

Tabletop thickness is an vital thing. A 1″ thickness is more for the serious player. Three quarter inch thick tops are best for family use. As per the serious player, the 1″ thickness table will allow the ping pong ball a more dependable bounce. There will most likely be an added charge if you purchase the thicker table tops. It possibly will not be worth it if your family is not to serious about playing.

Table Legs

Sturdiness is an important feature when choosing your ping pong table. The more sturdy tables are as a rule more expensive. So make sure you check out your table's legs as well as supports that are in your specific price range. A good sturdy table will stand up to extreme family use including the numerous times it is setup and taken down for storage. The addition of leg levelers is a great way to level your table on an uneven floor.

Overall, the ping pong table needs to have a smooth finish with no rough edges and no rough patches. Strong legs, strong frame are a must if you are going to setup and take down the table often. The ball needs to bounce on the table top consistently anywhere on the table top. Test ball bounce by dropping the ball from 12″. It should bounce up 9-10 inches consistently. 

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