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GoSports 6, 7, or 8 ft Billiards Table - Portable Pool Table - Includes Full Set of Balls, 2 Cue Sticks, Chalk and Felt Brush; Choose Size and Color

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Color: 7 ft Blue


Features

  • COMPLETE SET: Includes a mid-size billiards table with 15 regulation balls and cue ball, ball rack, 2 57 inch cue sticks, 2 chalk and felt brush
  • MIDSIZE BILLIARDS TABLE: Great size for competitive games, but small enough to store anywhere; Assembled: 84 L x 47 W x 31 H inches
  • INSTANT SETUP: Ready to play out of the box, simply fold the legs out and let the fun begin; Perfect for game rooms, apartments, offices, or anyone who does not want to deal with a full size table
  • PREMIUM CONSTRUCTION: heavy-duty steel frame keeps the table sturdy and the premium felt surface ensures smooth gameplay; Includes felt brush
  • RECOMMENDED ROOM SIZE: 13 ft x 16 ft minimum room size is recommended; Players can also use shorter cues (not included) for slightly smaller rooms

Specs & Other Info

Specification Details
Manufacturer P&P Imports LLC
Brand GoSports
Color Scheme Attractive Blue
Material Used Hardy Synthetic
Approximate Dimensions 84” Length x 47” Width x 31” Height
Sporting Type Billiards
Weight of the Item Around 150 Pounds
Assembly Prior Assembly Required
Intended Number of Players 2 Players
Base and Frame Material Durable Alloy Steel
Top Material Type Quality Wood
Suitable Age Description Intended For Adults
Package Dimensions 87.8” Length x 50.39” Width x 5.51” Height
Package Weight Approximately 83.01 Kilograms
Warranty Description 6 Months Warranty from P&P Imports LLC, Original Purchase Receipt Required
Model Name BILLIARDS-TABLE-7-BLUE
Suggested User Gender Unisex Adults
Part Number BILLIARDS-TABLE-7-BLUE
Style 7ft Blue
Included in the Package (2)Cue Sticks, (1)Billiards Table, (15)Billiards Balls, (1)Ball Rack
Availability Date Available Since April 5, 2021

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10 Reasons Why the GoSports Pool Table is the Ultimate Addition to Your Home Game Room

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The reviews indicate overall satisfaction with this portable pool table, highlighting its sturdiness, quality, and value for money. Despite some issues with initial delivery damages, the majority of users praised the levelness, weight and playability of the table, comparing it favorably to bar tables. Some minor criticisms arose regarding the mediocre quality of the included cues and felt maintenance.

Pros

  • 🎱 The portable 7ft pool table is stable, solid, and plays similarly to regular, non-portable tables.
  • 🎱 It is surprisingly level right out of the box and the adjustable feet aid in further precise leveling.
  • 🎱 Despite its weight, the table can be maneuvered when needed.
  • 🎱 The included set of balls and rack are of good quality.
  • 🎱 The pool table is easy to assemble and fold up when needed.

Cons

  • 🎱 Some users reported delivery damages, requiring returns and replacements.
  • 🎱 The included pool cues were often reported to be of lower quality.
  • 🎱 The felt covering of the table is reportedly prone to damage and requires delicate handling.
  • 🎱 The table might not be suitable for frequent, intense use or advanced techniques (jump or masse shots).

Should I Buy It?

Yes, if you're looking for a portable, easy-to-use pool table for casual play or practice, this product would be a good choice. While there are some shortcomings, they are outweighed by the quality and convenience of the table as a whole. Advanced players might want to invest in higher quality cues and be mindful of the delicate felt.


  • Well worth the price
Color: 6 ft Blue
After reading and watching multiple reviews, I decided to take a chance on this table. We opted for the 6-ft variant (blue) because our basement has limited access due to an unfortunate stairwell design (somewhat narrow main-level hallway, with limited ability to turn into the stairwell, plus a 90-degree turn at a landing 3/4 of the way down). I spent some time measuring things out, and I felt about 95% sure I could get the 7-ft table into the basement, but short of building a mock-up, there was no way to be sure it would fit. I didn't want or need the extra stress in my life, so I just opted for the 6-ft table instead. I also considered a few other 6-ft tables, but they all had non-regulation (smaller) balls, which I did not want. It is quite heavy, as expected, but my son and I got it into the basement without much fuss. Setup was extremely simple - the hardest part was picking up styrofoam bits and hauling out the box. As other reviews have noted, it is surprisingly sturdy. I was sort of expecting this, based on those reviews, but I was still a bit surprised to find that it's true. Granted, it's NOT as solid as a well-built, wood-framed, slate table. But I would hope that's easily understood. If you use a few of your core muscles and avoid leaning on the table, I would expect it to last a very long time. However, if you routinely lean on it while setting up for and taking shots, I would expect it to become a bit wobbly over time. My children are 14 - 19, and I'm not really worried about them using it at all. That said, thinking back to when they were 5 - 10, I think they would probably have been hard on it... So long as you come into it with realistic expectations, I think you'll be satisfied with the build quality. The playing surface is very flat, as others have noted, so the balls do NOT tend to wander around or dip to low spots. I've played on several wood-top tables, and this is the first one that does NOT have low/high spots. Very pleased by this. We've been playing on it for a few weeks now, maybe up to an hour per day as an average. It is definitely a bit of a slow table, but I'm hopeful it speeds up a bit, as others have experienced. On the suggestion of others, we purchased a "real" table brush for $15, and it's been well worth it. The typical "burn" marks from normal play are easily brushed out, making the surface look generally new with very little effort. Definitely worth the money for the extra brush. The cues that come with it are light - no surprise - but they seem to be generally straight and true. They play well enough that I'm not worried about getting others. I am definitely a novice player, with very limited cue ball control abilities, but I've been pleased with how well the table plays, overall. If you're a league player, I would imagine you would find it to be a noticeable downgrade from a tournament-quality table. However, it most definitely does NOT feel like a toy. It feels like a "real" (albeit low-cost) pool table to everyone in our family, and it's been a lot of fun for all of us to play on. I'm glad we purchased it, and I'm expecting to continue enjoying it for at least a few more years. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2023 by Scott

  • 7' table is great for folks used to bar tables, plays like a "real" table
Color: 7 ft Black
Decided to wait a couple months to review this table, and the bottom line is I am very satisfied and have spent many happy hours playing pool with family and friends, or just practicing. I used to be a pretty good barroom player (not a shark by any means, but good enough to pay for my beer many nights -- other nights, I'd be buying someone else's beer), and this is a good approximation of your average bar table. Sure, it's not a slate table, but it's surprisingly level and sturdy for an MDF table that's a fraction of the cost and hassle. Delivery: I see lots of people complaining about damage during delivery, but my delivery experience was awesome. I paid the $20 to have it delivered to my basement, and everything went off without a hitch. When I opened the box, I didn't observe any damage. There's a hairline crack in the plastic of one pocket, but I didn't even notice until a couple days later. Accessories: Yes, you're going to want to replace the cues as soon as possible, and the brush is the type meant for cleaning under the rails, not the whole table. However, the balls are just fine, and I've had no problems with cracking or chipping. The rack is a standard plastic rack; any pool player will be familiar with it. I saw someone complain about the quality of the chalk. Really? The chalk? It's chalk. It's fine. Buy a set of four house cues that go from 18 to 21 ounces, they're easy to find right here on Amazon. Also get a real brush to maintain the felt. I should also note that the table doesn't come with head or foot spots -- these are cheap, you just have to do a bit of measuring to set them up right. Sturdiness and leveling: At 170lbs, the table feels really solid and sturdy. Give it a shove to test, and it'll give the slightest little bit -- not enough to move the balls. As for it being level? I'm amazed. The wife and I got the big level, all set to adjust the feet and... the darn thing was level no matter where we measured. We got a smaller level, and started placing it all over the table. Level everywhere out of the box. I consider this a tribute to not only the table, but to my basement floor. Checked a couple times since, still all level. One note: it's in a room with a dehumidifier that runs automatically 24/7. I'm hoping that helps keep the surface from eventually warping. Playability: This is what really counts, right? Like I said in the tag for this review, to me, it plays just like an average bar table. The felt was a tad slow at first, but regular play and brushing fixed that. The rails bounce like they should, and the balls comes off them as you'd expect. My favorite "show off" shots are balls frozen against the rails -- I LOVE walking a ball all the long way down a rail to a corner pocket (tip: actual bar tables often have a groove worn under the rail that makes this easier), or banking a ball frozen on the far rail back to a near corner. Both shots can consistently be made on this table. Shots to the side pockets require a more gentle touch, just like on a "real" table. However, since this table can't be refelted, I don't want burn marks all over it, let alone a dreaded tear -- therefore I don't allow jump or masse' shots, which might bug some players. Bottom line: This was intended as a starter table to see how often the wife and I would use it, and we've been enjoying the heck out of it. My daughter plays in an APA league, and she's had fun with it when she visits, too. It honestly exceeded my expectations, and I'm very happy we chose this table. The wife is already talking about upgrading to a slate table some day, but in the meantime, we get to play all the pool we want on a very nice table. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2022 by Timothy K. Mitchell

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