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  • #2342

    favre3mvp
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    If anyone on this forum owns the 8ft beer pong table….i was wondering if it was easy or hard to bounce on the table because certain games we play involves bouncing and i just needed some feedback on that before i buy.

    #2343

    nuke87
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    Hey, I just read your message and I thought I would give you some feedback on bingpong tables. My friend has one and it is pretty good to bounce on. It takes a little time to get use to it but after you do get used to it its really consistent.

    #2344

    mlayth
    Member

    Bing bong tables barely let the ping pong ball bounce, so if you’re playing on wood you’re goin to get a lot more height. Some people think this is good, because the ball won’t bounce too much higher the cups.

    #2345

    favre3mvp
    Member

    What do you mean if your playing on wood…the tables are all made out of the same material

    #2346

    mlayth
    Member

    What do you mean if your playing on wood…the tables are all made out of the same material

    If you go to home depot, buy a 8 ft piece of wood and screw legs into it.
    That ball is going to bounce about 3x higher than if you try to bounce it on a bing bong table.

    Thats all I mean.
    They still bounce high enough to go into the cups.. unless there is water.

    Never try to bounce on a bing bong table when there is a spill on it.
    Being wet won’t hurt, but if there’s a puddle the ball will hit the water and barely make it back up in the air.

    #2347

    duncan
    Member

    There was at least one team at WSOBP I that was throwing all bounce shots, and they didn’t seem to have any trouble, as I recall. mLayth is right that the bounce is not as high as a harder surface such as plywood, but I’ve tested it out myself just out of curiosity, and unless there is literally a puddle of liquid in the middle of where you’re trying to aim the bounce, there shouldn’t be all that much of a deviation in your shot. I mean, it’s not like if you hit a droplet of water you are screwed– there has to be a lot of water on the table. Which is why the refs at WSOBP carry rags =) Not that I was you to *cough* buy a table or anything…

    #2348

    mlayth
    Member

    If you’re actually trying to win, and bounce at the same time you definately need to buy a table. Bing bong tables bounce a different height than any other table you’ll play on.

    #2349

    mlayth
    Member

    There was at least one team at WSOBP I that was throwing all bounce shots, and they didn’t seem to have any trouble, as I recall. mLayth is right that the bounce is not as high as a harder surface such as plywood, but I’ve tested it out myself just out of curiosity, and unless there is literally a puddle of liquid in the middle of where you’re trying to aim the bounce, there shouldn’t be all that much of a deviation in your shot. I mean, it’s not like if you hit a droplet of water you are screwed– there has to be a lot of water on the table. Which is why the refs at WSOBP carry rags =) Not that I was you to *cough* buy a table or anything…

    :lol: basically 1 full cup spilling over will be big enough of a puddle. But yes it has to be an actual puddle, just being wet won’t hurt.

    #2350

    favre3mvp
    Member

    Thanks everyone for the help…you just help tell a table..all i gotta do is wait for the 8 footers to get back in stock

    #50567

    brittg0422
    Member

    Check out our tables at  www.tslpro-recsports.com

     
    Here at TSL Pro-Rec Sports, we design and create our pool friendly products for our customers enjoyment. Our products are made from top of the line materials including aluminum and stainless steel and are safe and fun for the whole family to enjoy!

    #51322

    ja434650
    Member

    They’re very good tables. MDF waterproof surface provides a very nice bounce!

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