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October 28, 2009

Miniature Ping Pong


From the website:


Miniature Table Tennis

This table tennis table is 1/10 the size of a traditional one, allowing children to build confidence in their table tennis skills on a more manageable surface.

Made by JOOLA USA, official suppliers of table tennis equipment at the 2004 Olympic Games, the scaled-down table helps children hone their hand-eye coordination without having to cover an expansive baseline or hit powerful shots to clear the net.

The table is the same height as a regulation model (30"), enabling a smooth transition to a full-size surface.

Two wooden paddles have narrow grips and smaller, lighter blades, ensuring small hands can hold and control the paddles with ease.

A steel frame and legs support a real wood surface.

Folds for ease of storage.

Ages 8 and up.

35"L x 17"W.



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And then you can get a goldfish and keep it in a shot glass...

Posted by: tatiana | Oct 29, 2009 2:43:58 AM

Why no get a "real" one, make a net to transverse and let the kids play in the middle of the sides. That way when they grow older, or more confident that can play regulation at no cost. Also, not to be a skinflint, but $119...LOL....No, LOL X 2!

Posted by: Joe Peach | Oct 28, 2009 5:25:58 PM

I wonder if it is possible to move fast enough to play on this size of a table (the ball isn't going to slow down just because the table is smaller)

Posted by: Tim | Oct 28, 2009 11:38:19 AM

If my arm wasnt longer then the table I would get that.

Posted by: Sam | Oct 28, 2009 9:57:30 AM

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