Minnesota Fats Fairfax 7' Pool Table
Enjoy a game of pool in the comfort of your own home with the Minnesota Fats® Fairfax™ 7' Pool Table. The stylish light cherry laminate design features a Dur-A-Bond™ play surface covered with a low maintenance burgundy cloth so your table always looks its best. Metal corner caps with a copper finish protect the edges from wear and tear, while a convenient ball return system and pedestal legs complete this game room must-have.
- Quality light cherry laminate construction
- Dur-A-Bond™ playing surface
- Low maintenance burgundy cloth
- Metal corner caps with copper finish protect edges
- Convenient ball return system
- Pedestal legs with 2-1/2" levelers
- Table Dimensions: 80" x 44" x 31"
- Playfield Dimensions: 72" x 36"
- Rail Width: 4-1/2" with inlaid sights
- Accessories not included
- Style: MFT200
- Minnesota Fats
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 15676516
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by SadButTrue Cheaply made and not even the right color Suppose to be burgundy cloth it is bright red. All materials where very low quality and the pockets all have a little slop to them. If you where able to see it in the store you would not buy it. I feel it was grossly misrepresented on the web site. Recommend a different table really wanted to see it before I bought it June 24, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by db1234 great value for beginners This table is a great value for budding or casual pool players who dont have a lot of space for a larger table. The quality is reasonable, again given the price. We have to level it more frequently than we probably would with a higher quality table, but it is very easy to level. I purchased it for my 12 year old son, and we enjoy playing on it quite frequently. Again, if you are looking for a good table just to shoot around for fun, I highly recommend it. If you are looking for a professional, high quality table, this is not for you. One annoying downside: It does not come with the balls or cues, so you will have to buy them separately. February 18, 2013
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