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Fat Cat Reno 7.5' Billiard Table

Fat Cat Reno 7.5' Billiard Table

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    Why Buy From Pristine Strike
    Make your game room the talk of all your friends with the Fat Cat Reno Billiard Table! The surface is made of Accuslate, a lightweight and affordable alternative to slate. It’s easier to set up and designed to be perfectly level for years to come. It also features 1.5” thick, solid wood rails that feature K66 rubber bumpers. These bumpers retain their elasticity and responsiveness for years of play. They are also lined with diamond inlays to help you line up the perfect shots. The table legs feature a built-in leveling system so you can play anywhere, even on uneven floors. The rich wine-colored cloth cover, French style drop pockets, and dark cherry finish make it the perfect addition to any game room. The Reno pool table comes with everything you need to play: a complete set of billiard balls, two 57” cue sticks, one resin triangle, two pieces of cue chalk, and a rail brush.
    7.5’ Billiard Table - The Reno billiard table is the ideal size for both youth and adult players and makes a perfect addition to any game room
    Built-In Leg Leveling - Play anywhere, even on uneven floors, with the built-in leg leveling system that makes setup easy
    Accuslate Surface - A lightweight and affordable alternative to slate, the Accuslate surface is easier to set up and move, but is designed to be level for years to come
    7 Year Warranty - Play with the comfort of knowing the Accuslate surface is covered for seven years from your purchase date
    Strong Rails - 6” wide and 1.5” thick, solid wood rails are equipped with K66 rubber bumpers for elastic responsiveness for years of play
    Included - Two 57” cues, two pieces of chalk, a resin triangle, a rail brush, and a set of 2.25” billiard balls