This is the most economical way to play table tennis without sacrificing on the quality.
The Club 25 rollaway is a fantastic table that can be folded up without having to remove the net. This is where it gets its rollaway name from; all you have to do after you finish playing is fold it and roll it away. Not that you would want to roll it away, as the experience of playing on the table is so fun that you don’t really want to stop playing.
The Playback Position allows you to fold up one half of the table and use it as a backboard. This will quicken reflexes and develope hand-eye coordination. Every professional player will tell you that practicing alone is the best way to get better at the game. When you play against someone, you focus on their shots and focus on reacting accordingly. Once there is no opponent to focus on, you concentrate on your own shots. You study your own game. You notice little mistakes that you do and understand how to make improvements. If you want to get in the zone and get better at table tennis, then this is the perfect partner.
It also has adjustable height so people of all heights can play comfortably. It is a rugged one-piece table that has been made to perfection in Germany. It isn’t ITTF approved but it is the closest you can get to an ITTF approved table at these rates. This is the perfect table for home or for practicing. Get the Club 25 Rollaway now!
*Sport Rollaway features a 25mm top made of chipboard which is less prone to warping than tops made of medium-density fiberboard (MDF).
*Measure your intended playing area before ordering a table. It is recommended to have 28 feet x 13 feet (8.5mm x 4mm) as a minimum size demension. Space restrictions can limit the strokes you can use or style of play. Regardless whether you have the perfect sized space the idea is to have fun. In the play position, the table measures 9 feet long and 5 feet wide. An additional 5 feet on each side of the table will allow comfortable distance for play. It is also a good idea to measure all doorways, hallways and stairwells that the table may encounter prior to reaching its destination.