Foosball Dining Table

Foosball Dining Table

Americans call it Foosball. The French call it Baby-Foot. And in Spain, where this deluxe game table is made, they call it Futbolin. Enduringly built of stainless steel and durable iroko wood, our table promises to become a family favorite for years to come. Its handsome design and minimalist palette lend it uncommon sophistication, while its electropolished steel top makes it rugged enough for outdoor use.
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Foosball Dining Table

overview A collective evolution of the 1920s game, the Edge Foosball Game Table is handcrafted from reclaimed hardwood and solid cast iron for a handsome blend of elements. The black ironwork develops a natural, red-orange patina over time, while game details – like iron nets and purposefully abstract “players” – give an antique appeal.
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Foosball Dining Table

A collective evolution of the 1920s game, the Edge Foosball Game Table is handcrafted from reclaimed hardwood and solid cast iron for a handsome blend of elements. The black ironwork develops a natural, red-orange patina over time, while game details – like iron nets and purposefully abstract “players” – give an antique appeal.
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Foosball Dining Table

Trying to figure out how you’re going to fit a pool table in your apartment or house? Why not get a pool table that doubles as a modern dining table.  The pool table uses clever memory cloth pockets that only expand when a ball is inside and a spring assisted Easy-Lift system that can boost the table to a standard 33 inches tall. Even better, all the balls and cue sticks can be stored on top of the table when not in use because the dining table is just placed on top of it. Of course, it all comes at a cost of $7,000.
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Foosball Dining Table

Conveniently get three of the most popular game room games in one table with the original 7′ Pockey 3-in-1 Game Table. Don’t accept substitutes! The original Pockey table features a patented latching system that is sturdier and user friendly. Shoot some pool with some friends or easily flip the table for a fast-paced game of air hockey. Then top the table off with the included table tennis top and you’ve got the top 3 games all in one quality table! Accessories include billiard cues, billiard balls, a triangle and a brush for the billiards side, goalies and pucks for the air hockey, and net, post, paddles, and balls for table tennis. This sleek table will fit perfectly in any rec room at an affordable price!
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Foosball Dining Table

Many people wish they owned a pool table, but just don’t have the space. This is a great example of how a bit of creativity allows you to have the best of both worlds – a great dining table, and a pool table for when the meal is over.
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Foosball Dining Table

Made from cardboard, but certainly not from paperboard, this stable cardboard table football set provides football fun for everybody and every occasion. Kartoni is as big as a professional football table, but is mobile, budget-friendly and made from 100% renewable raw materials. For creatives both large and small, the fun begins even before the first kick off: by painting, spraying or adorning the table with your national colours or however the mood takes you! With the online player generator, available in the near future, player figures can be created and printed out in all club colours, with uploaded logos and individual faces. Fancy a game with Messi or the German national team? Not a problem – pre-cut, printable paper sheets are enclosed with the table football set.
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Foosball Dining Table

This product has one question November 10, 2016 Hilary Breier wrote: The handles on this table look like they may be small. – Have you had any feedback on how small the handles are or the lack of grip based on the design? It’s a very beautiful table, but if it doesn’t function well my husband won’t want it. Thanks. Like Comment Sign Up to Comment
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November 10, 2016 Hilary Breier wrote: The handles on this table look like they may be small. – Have you had any feedback on how small the handles are or the lack of grip based on the design? It’s a very beautiful table, but if it doesn’t function well my husband won’t want it. Thanks. Like Comment Sign Up to Comment
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The Keter Cool Bar is a tasteful accessory to any summer party. This petite piece of furniture serves as a side table but also doubles as a cooler to keep your drinks cool on those hot summer days. When the night rolls in and you want to add a touch of class to the evening, just raise the top and you have a cute cocktail table for you and your friends to gather around and chat the night away. Easy to assemble and easy to clean, the Cool Bar is a must have for any party.
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The rules, the game, and the fun remain the same, only you’re now playing on a strikingly modern work of art.Sleek in shape, and minilmalist in construction, Pure’s generous use of wooden elements expands on the Scandinavian design tradition of simplicity. From the top, its shape refers to modern soccer stadiums. Conceived by Brussels designer Alain Gilles for Debuchy by Toulet, a brand founded by French footballer Mathieu Debuchy and pool table manufacturer Toulet. A timeless modern piece. Available in black or white colorways. Each unit individually numbered.
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Product Description The rules, the game, and the fun remain the same, only you’re now playing on a strikingly modern work of art. Sleek in shape, and minilmalist in construction, Pure’s generous use of wooden elements expands on the Scandinavian design tradition of simplicity. From the top, its shape refers to modern soccer stadiums. Conceived by Brussels designer Alain Gilles for Debuchy by Toulet, a brand founded by French footballer Mathieu Debuchy and pool table manufacturer Toulet. A timeless modern piece. Available in black or white colorways. Each unit individually numbered.
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The rules, the game, and the fun remain the same, only you’re now playing on a strikingly modern work of art. Sleek in shape, and minilmalist in construction, Pure’s generous use of wooden elements expands on the Scandinavian design tradition of simplicity. From the top, its shape refers to modern soccer stadiums. Conceived by Brussels designer Alain Gilles for Debuchy by Toulet, a brand founded by French footballer Mathieu Debuchy and pool table manufacturer Toulet. A timeless modern piece. Available in black or white colorways. Each unit individually numbered.