Use the "Toronto" air hockey table for fast-paced matches. This table impresses with its superb playing characteristics, its robust craftsmanship and a great look!
- Suitable for children and adults
- With high-speed playing surface for fast-paced games
- Sturdy feet with level compensation for stable footing
- Suitable for use in schools, youth centres and at home
- Available as a 6 ft or 7 ft version
The "Toronto" air hockey table – ideal for schools, youth centres and at home
The high-speed playing surface is made from a sheet of special, 32-mm-thick, gloss-varnished MDF. The body of the table is also made from MDF and is equipped with additional aluminium protective strips. The flanged feet with level compensation give the table exceptional stability.
Thanks to its particularly sturdy construction this table is a good investment for schools, youth centres, leisure centres and retirement homes as well as for games at home. With its playing surface having a height of approx. 80 cm, the "Toronto" is also suitable for children as well as adults. The long lasting, 220-V blower distributes the air evenly through thousands of small holes in the playing surface and ensures superb playing characteristics. There is a scoring counter built into each side, so you don't have to take your eyes off the game.Product information:
- Table dimensions, 6ft table: 183x92x80 cm, 50 kg
- Playing area, 6 ft table: 163x72 cm
- Table dimensions, 7 ft table: 213x122x80 cm, 60 kg
- Playing area, 7 ft table: 193x102 cm
- Accessories: 4 air hockey pushers (ø approx. 95 mm), 4 pucks (ø approx. 63 mm), mains adaptor (220 V), instructions.
The "Toronto" air hockey table – the ideal way to fight boredom
Children, teenagers and adults – they all get carried away by fast games. So it's not only great fun, but also requires a higher level of concentration and better reactions. Air hockey ensures action-packed games.]
Let the fast-paced and exciting game of air hockey cast a spell on you. Get your hands on the "Toronto" air hockey table from Sport-Thieme now.