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When Buying Cheap Pool Tables

in Here is your first Forum Fri Sep 13, 2013 1:52 pm
by chainsaw • 299 Posts

Things to Consider When Buying Cheap Pool Tables
<p>Many people love to play pool, but affording one of the expensive custom tables is little more than a dream; therefore, owning one of the less expensive pool tables is the best option for many people. There are a wide variety of the less expensive pool tables for sale that still provide a fantastic game playing experience and still provide a beautiful piece of furniture for the home.</p>
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<p>The cloth is a critical component for the pool table. Cheaper cloth has to be replaced more frequently because it tends to “pill” just like a sweater after many years of use. The more expensive cloths last many more years and degrade at a much slower rate <a href="http://www.sanguansiyuan.com/product-detail-395.html">iphone 5 cable</a>. Also depending on the cloth the movement of the ball may be slower or faster depending on the nap of the cloth. The shorter the nap – the faster the ball moves across the surface. If the table is used on a daily basis, a good cloth will last for approximately five years; however, a lower grade quality cloth has to be replaced in about two years.</p>
<p>Many of the cheaper models use more stainless steel than the more expensive timbers for the legs and decorative pieces along the sides and end pieces <a href="http://www.chinaclearbox.com/Cosmetics-Packaging_c4">Cosmetics Packaging</a>. The smaller tables are generally less expensive and can be as small as 3’5”x7’ that can fit in an 11’6”x15’ room. It can fit in a smaller room, but shorter cue sticks would have to be used <a href="http://www.plttr.com">finished wax barcode</a>.</p>
<p>One advantage that some of these cheaper tables offer is that they have toppers for the tables that allows the table to be converted to a dining table when not in use as a pool table. So for those families who have room for only a dining room table or a pool table, they can have both for the price of one, making it both functional and enjoyable for the whole family.</p>
<p>There are several things that people should consider when looking for a pool table:</p>
<p>Budget – be sure to look at the price of the pool table and keep it within the budget for a good piece of furniture because it will last much longer than the cheapest models. Room size – don’t get a table that is too big for the room because the cues require a few feet of additional space round the table. Slate or non-slate – some of the cheaper table use accuslate instead of slate which lowers the price and lasts for several years. Installation – be aware, most tables have to be assembled, and the stores charge for assembly</p>
<p>Pool is a great game, and lots of fun for the whole family, and getting a cheaper table still provides many years of playing this old game.</p>
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