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If you love hockey, you will love the Carrom® Signature Stick Hockey game with pedestal. Designed for the in-home user, this game features a sleek and stable pedestal base, cup-holders, and more. Its shatter resistant plastic case makes it durable, and the battery operated scoring unit tracks periods and celebrates scoring with light and sound.
Stick hockey with pedestal
One piece molded pedestal for accurate leveling and stability
Shatter resistant plastic case
Heavy gauge cabinet materials and Melamine surface for durability
All corners covered with protective caps and slide-on cup holders
Full perimeter, extra thick edge banding on cabinet
Rods are solid fiberglass and are factory assembled to the gear mechanism
Play surface is thick styrene with custom coated graphics for faster passing and shooting
Play surface is supported from end to end to ensure quality level play
Scoring unit may be reset at any time and will shut down after two to three minutes of non-use
Battery operated scoring unit tracks periods and celebrates scoring with light and sound
Gears are precision injection molded for longer wear and include an internal slip clutch to prevent binding and shearing
Game includes two pucks and two sets of players, one solid color and one hand-painted
Game comes fully assembled except for pedestal, electronic scoring unit, cup holders and corners
Not intended for use by children under 13-years-old
Width with longest rod protruding: 58"
Dimensions: 45.25" L x 33.75" W x 51" H
Weight: 185 lbs.
Model: 425.01, 435.01
Country Of Origin: United States
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1
Rated 5 out of 5 by Andrew Love it
Love it couldn't ask for anything else, I would hope to get something free because it cost a lot of money. But if I could get a gift card it would be perfect.
December 9, 2013