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This is our first year, but we have ours in a Florida room, enclosed. We do live in Florida, also our sliders are open to the house.
Barb
· November 28, 2016
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60" by 60" by 4"
Josh Hembree
· December 2, 2016
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you must order separately
Mary M.
· November 19, 2016
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Hi - it is a nice slate blue color.
MKelly008
· September 8, 2016
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Length is 9 feet. Width is 5 feet without the net. Once you put on the net it is now 6 feet.
GK1956
· October 11, 2016
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looks to me like press-board. There is metal bracing under the edges. The top surface is good, smooth. It all seems quite sturdy. Have enjoyed playing on it so far, no issues. Have not tried to fold it up yet, but that looks to be pretty straight forward.
Amazon Customer
· December 18, 2016
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they don't physically connect. The net bracket clamps them together,
Mary M.
· October 1, 2016
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It takes me under a minute and only need one person. Super simple!
Jehan
· October 17, 2017
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The tables will not drift apart. There each half has a locking wheel on either side of the table to hold them in place.
Thank you.

Escalade Sports
Manufacturer · December 20, 2017
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The shipping weight of the table is 200 pounds. The table will weigh around 5-10 pounds less than that due to packing material adding extra weight.
Please reach out to consumercare@escaladesports.com with anymore questions.
Thank you

Arachnid
Manufacturer · May 5, 2017