Thanks so I presume they would work on one of your basic 8 person tables...the last one I bought from you with the burgundy SSC.
https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/basic-tables-for-sale.11759/post-779364That sounds great Tony. Do you have any pics of the basic plywood table topper? I perused your site and didn't find any.
I'm thinking basic table, custom speed cloth, gorilla legs, table topper. I'm guessing that's running about $2K CAD. You don't do the SSC option with the betting line for basic's right?
Thanks! I thought I saw that post somewhere but it got buried.https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/basic-tables-for-sale.11759/post-779364
SSC with a betting line for a small additional charge that's less than full blown custom. This is the route I went with. I got SSC outside the betting line and solid black inside. https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/basic-tables-for-sale.11759/post-839005
Yes for sure, the toppers can fit any size table up to 45"x93" assuming you want the skirting around the perimeter. I don't remember selling you a burgundy SSC basic table though, must have been a while ago. So many tables go out of my shop I can't keep track.Thanks so I presume they would work on one of your basic 8 person tables...the last one I bought from you with the burgundy SSC.
If so might as well get a topper and custom cloth to put on it.
Sure thing. I'll be in touch about getting your table order processed and get all the details.Thanks! I thought I saw that post somewhere but it got buried.
I’d suggest adding that to the main post Tony.
That’s probably what I’ll end up doing.
Yes local pickup is free. The tables come with your choice of SSC color, but do not come with a betting line. We do not add betting lines to SSC (can't be properly printed on that material). You can upgrade to a semi-custom cloth with an SSC pattern and a betting line for +$150.T_Chan, do you allow pick-up for these tables? What would it cost to add SSC with a betting line to a 10 person table?
He sells covers. I bought one and it's great. Easy on and off. Not sure about wall hangers but I got kickstands with mine for storage.I need to pickup one of these tables this year, I should have made that my NY resolution (is now). I just need to find a place I can store it where it wouldn't be a pain to move it from.
@T_Chan, what have you done in the way of wall hangers? Also, do you have a source for covers? If I put it on my back hall I'd be afraid of the kids leaning on it or touching it with grubby hands.
The kickstands are cool, but unfortunately my cat is a wild card, I need to hang anything nice outside of his reach. I borrowed a couple tables from Tony last year and had to lock them away in the kids playroom as I was frightened what the cat might do.
Not sure if you've been asked this before, but is it possible to build something that would be high quality and lightweight for moving? The older I get, the harder it gets to move heavy things.Yeah we can add carrying handles to the underside of the table which double as hangers for wall mounting. You would just need a hook on the wall strong enough to support the weight, something like this:
View attachment 392992
And yes, I have nylon dust covers available too.
What was the final weight?Foam works for lighter tables, but it's a big design change.