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Dunlop Evo 500 Outdoor Table Tennis Table View

Dunlop Evo 500 Outdoor Table Tennis Table

The Dunlop Evo 500 is a sturdy and durable table tennis table designed for outdoor use. This fully weatherproof table with a strong steel frame is ready to withstand hours of intense play with family and friends. It is ideal for those who are new to the game or play recreationally and has a 4mm melamine resin top for a good bounce and easy playability. A playback facility allows for solo practice, whilst a rotating handle locking system helps to securely lock the table both in a storage and playing position. The table weighs 47.5kg (104.7lbs) and features practical bat and ball holders on both sides for storing 4 balls and 2 bats each. Plus, it offers an included net and post set that can remain on the table in the playback and storage positions. The Evo 500 ensures safe and space-efficient storage due to two foldable halves and 4 heavy-duty twin wheels making it easy to move around.

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Dunlop Evo 3000 Outdoor Table Tennis Table View

Dunlop Evo 3000 Outdoor Table Tennis Table

The Dunlop Evo 3000 outdoor table tennis table is a great choice for beginners and recreational players who want to develop their skills while having fun with family and friends. This solid, fully weatherproof table features a 4mm melamine resin playing top for optimum playability, good ball response and enhanced durability. The table has an integrated net and post set and allows for warming up or playing against yourself thanks to a playback position. For added safety, this robust and stable table offers SMS locking system ensuring one-handed operation. There are also four 125mm (5”) wheels (2 swivelling) for easy manoeuvrability and the table boasts handy bat and ball holders on both sides enabling you to store 8 balls and 4 bats.

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Dunlop Evo 4000 Indoor Table Tennis Table View

Dunlop Evo 4000 Indoor Table Tennis Table

The Dunlop Evo 4000 indoor table tennis table offers a 19mm chipboard playing surface for a consistent ball bounce and has a solid, yet compact undercarriage to withstand hours of family fun. This robust rollaway table is a great choice for beginners and recreational players and features a playback facility enabling you to play against yourself and work on your technique. An integrated net and post set can remain on the table in the playback and storage position, and there is an innovative SMS locking system with a simple and automatic click-mechanism ensuring added safety in storage and playing positions. Increased stability is provided by 25mm (1”) tubular, powder-coated legs, whereas 4 heavy-duty twin wheels (2 swivelling) make the table easy to move around. Plus, the Evo 4000 quickly folds as two separate halves that slot together for space-efficient storage.

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The first table tennis tables were the dining tables of the officers’ mess in colonial India and the parlour tables of society folk in Victorian Britain.  Back then pretty much any flat surface would do and rules varied from regiment to regiment and household to household.


Today the table tennis table is less ‘make do’ element, but there’s a great range out there for the enthusiastic home player and committed professional alike.


The earliest surviving Table Tennis Table comprises part of a set made by David Foster, patented in England in 1890.  It’s green cover and white markings are much the same as those you see on tables today but this one had nets to the side from which the ball could return,  rather like ‘real’ or ‘royal’ tennis as played many centuries earlier most famously at Hampton Court.


Today the choice is pretty extensive and there are options for all environments and budgets. 


Things to consider:


• Fixed or flexible?  If it needs to move regularly ensure your table has good quality casters (preferably with brakes) and that the dimensions when folded / unassembled work comfortably with your venue


• Location, location – There are tables with legs that can be fixed to a floor and concrete tables that once set down require lifting equipment to budge so if you’re committing to one of those you need to be confident you’ve got the right location.


• Thickness of surface – don’t be deceived by the innocent look of a ping pong ball – regular play will give the table surface a pounding over time so naturally the thicker the better.  If you’re a serious player you probably should consider at least 25mm thickness.


• Sturdy support – ensure the legs of your table are tough, if you’re leaning on or fall on to the table during play it needs to stay upright!


• Even keel – your floor is unlikely to be exactly horizontal to the perpendicular so a table with adjustable legs is a good idea and you can use a spirit level to set it up when preparing for play.  NB the height of the table should be 76cm above floor level. 

          

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