Since 1999 we've supplied tables backed up with first class customer service, unrivalled product knowledge and fast, free delivery.
Within our indoor table tennis section you'll find a great range to suit all needs; from occasional 'ping pong' use, to regular practice for competitive table tennis players. Some are built like battleships to withstand heavy-handed use in schools & youth clubs.
Choosing an indoor table tennis table can be difficult as they look so similar. To help we’ve written ‘Pro Reviews’ which explain the pros & cons of each table. This information is invaluable when deciding which table tennis table best suits your needs.
Indoor tables are designed to be used & stored in a heated, insulated building. If you plan to use the table in direct sunlight, or to store it in an outbuilding or garage, you should consider an outdoor table. The tops on outdoor tables are also much more resistant to scratches etc. plus if a drink is spilt on the top it can just be wiped off (even hours later). Beware of some retailers claiming their indoor tops have 'special paint' to allow outdoor use. They never last!
Having trouble choosing? For honest, impartial advice, please call 01371 875000 or e-mail [email protected].. Our friendly, expert team have a wealth of experience & always recommend the best table for your needs rather than the most expensive.
A table tennis table top is very heavy, so you will need to make sure the undercarriage of the table is going to be sturdy enough to take the weight and the level of use it’s going to be getting. The average indoor table tennis table weighs around 80kg, so moving the table tennis table is also a factor that needs to be considered. If you look for a table with larger wheels it’ll be a great help when it comes to moving the table around, particularly if you’re buying for a village hall or club. It’s worth looking for a table that folds lower to the ground when in the storage position, as this gives the table a lower centre of gravity (making it safer and less likely to be pulled over by small children) and also makes it more stable.
The strength you’ll require from your indoor table tennis table will largely depend on how the table’s going to be treated by the players, and how often it’ll be used. If you imagine that the table tennis ball weighs next to nothing and you’re not supposed to lean on the table during play, it means that the table doesn’t actually need to be very strong. However, often kids (and even adults) do lean against the table while chatting and sometimes even sit on it! In that instance you’d obviously need a much stronger table, but this does push up the price of the table.
If you’re still unsure or would like to have a chat to someone about which indoor table tennis table is going to best suit your needs, please call us on 01371 875000 or e-mail [email protected] and we will be able to offer friendly, expert advice.
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