IMPACT RESISTANCE

Indoor tables for indoor use feature a painted chipboard playing surface. This surface can be found on competition tables and has the advantage of offering excellent play quality in relation to price.  That said, the use of an indoor table requires certain precautions to keep it in good condition. Unlike outdoor tables, the slightest impact is likely to leave a mark on the table, which can affect bounce quality if the surface is scratched.

SUNLIGHT AND HUMIDITY: THE ENEMIES OF INDOOR TABLES

Indoor tables are also sensitive to sunlight and humidity. Sunlight can damage the top layer of the surface, and even discolor it. Worse, humidity can deform the surface and cause blistering.

SUNLIGHT AND HUMIDITY: THE ENEMIES OF INDOOR TABLES

Indoor tables are also sensitive to sunlight and humidity. Sunlight can damage the top layer of the surface, and even discolor it. Worse, humidity can deform the surface and cause blistering.

OUTDOOR TABLES:  PEACE OF MIND ASSURED

Indoor tables are recommended only if you can set aside a space out of the sun with minimal humidity. In addition, care must be taken to ensure that they are not subjected to impacts, even from clumsy shots from inexperienced players. For all these reasons, we recommend opting for an outdoor table even if you intend to use it indoors. Guaranteed for 10 years, as opposed to 3 years for indoor tables, their resin playing surface is resistant to impacts, weather and other stresses, while offering an equivalent playing experience.