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Table Tennis Conversion Top Review

Updated on January 21, 2010
Prince Table Tennis Conversion Top
Prince Table Tennis Conversion Top

This is the table tennis conversion top that I use. I find it to be EXTREMELY high quality.


Recently, my family bought a table tennis conversion top for our pool table, and I have been using it non-stop ever since then. I have been getting much better at ping pong thanks to a few ping pong DVDs.

So I think after a couple months of use of my ping pong conversion top, I can safely say that I can give an honest review of it. The first thing that I noticed when I tested out the conversion top is that is actually seemed pretty sturdy. It is made of two pieces, and they slide together. It is a classic-looking ping pong table top. And what I mean by that is that it is painted green, with white lines.

I haven't had any problems with the durability of this ping pong conversion table, and I honestly don't think that I will. It seems to be pretty darn sturdy, and it would probably hold my weight, though I have not tested that out. Ping pong balls weigh nowhere near as much as I do, so you shouldn't have any problems with that, unless you are buying this table to dance on it or something.

I have also not had any problems with warping or anything like that. The wood has been level, and it has retained the same shape the whole time. I know that some people have problems with wood warping after a while, but I think that this can be easily avoided by taking good care of your table tennis conversion top, and not expecting it to take care of itself.

As far as price, the model I have is not as expensive as many of the other models out there. What strikes me the most is that quality and the durability of the wood for the price.

Overall, I would definitely recommend the table tennis conversion top that I have, because it seems to be the best one that I can find, and I really impressed with the quality. If you're looking for a table tennis conversion top, I recommend that you buy today.


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      Tabitha Oscorp 

      8 years ago

      I'm not sure why anyone would spend that much money on a conversion top table when you could buy a real table for just a little bit more. They are sturdier and more fun to play on. Plus you can set them up anywhere.


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