I am quite certain that nearly all of us have played table tennis at some point in our lives, it’s a great game and one that everyone can play. I know that it can take a few minutes to get back in to the swing of the game, but after you’ve had a few hits you’ll be loving it again in no time!
I had a table tennis table at home when I was growing up, I can tell you that it was perfect for keeping active as a family and something that we all looked forward to playing. I think it’s the perfect thing for everyone to buy for their home, with fitness becoming more and more important we all need to make sure that out family is active.
So if you’re in the market for a table tennis table here are some great tips for you. I just got one for my family and here’s what I learnt during the buying process. If you’ve ever bought one then I would really lie to hear about your experiences and how you choose the best suited one for your family.
Here are some great ideas to help you buy the perfect table tennis table:
Don’t buy a table for a pro
It goes without saying that if you are buying a table to use at home then you don’t need to go for one of the top brands, it’s not an international tournament you’re playing in so please forget about the most expensive options.
Is it the first table you’re buying?
If it’s the first time you’re getting a table for your family then it’s always best to look at the lower end of the market, this way you won’t worry too much about the family damaging it as they learn the ropes of the game. Home Leisure Direct have some of the best options on the market, take a look at them before you make any decision I did and I am very happy for it!
Is it going to be fixed or moved around?
Work out whether you are going to be leaving the able permanently in place. If you are going to be packing it away on a regular basis then make sure that you buy a table that is simple to move and also to set up. Remember that you’re hopefully going to be a little tired after each time you use the table, the last thing you want to be doing is struggling to put it away!