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Butterfly Signature 4 Outdoor 9ft Table Tennis Table with 2 Bats, 4 Balls and Cover £299.99 delivered @ Costco

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Full Length Cover, Outdoor Net and Post Set, 2 Bats and 4 Balls

With a stylish and elegant look exclusive to Costco, the Signature 4 Outdoor Rollaway incorporates an 4mm melamine playing top. It's combined with the quickest and easiest system for setting up a table. The Signature 4 Outdoor comes with a fixed net and post set, and is ideal for hotels, conference centres and as the better quality outdoor table for home use.

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The Signature 4 has a strong centrefold style rollaway table for easy storage, making it perfect in schools, homes, garden, hotels and holiday centres. It has a 4mm melamine playing surface, which provides a consistently good bounce and playability for an outdoor model.

Features:

  • Includes a fixed net and post set, 2 bats, 4 balls and cover
  • This table comes with a high level anti-glare matt playing surface
  • Protective, strong galvanised steel frame with stable blue matching corner pieces
  • Strong, stable, galvanised undercarriage
  • Both halves fold into a central undercarriage for easy set-up and movement with 5” double wheels
  • Height adjusters on all four legs to ensure a level playing surface
  • Double locking system for safety and stability
  • Playback facility
  • Designed for economic storage
  • Blue playing top with matching black and white legs and undercarriage
  • Minimal assembly required (approx 15 mins) before first use
  • Conforms to the new Central European Norm (CEN) safety regulations: EN 14468-1
  • Dimensions in Use: H 77 x W 275 x D 153 cm
  • Dimensions in Storage: H 169 x W 165 x D 65cm
  • Weight: 83kg
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bitcoin519/07/2019 15:25

£300 to play Ping Pong!...BARGAIN!


And the award for most irrelevant comment of the day goes to.....
qwales19/07/2019 15:30

I wonder how this compares?: …I wonder how this compares?: https://www.sportsdirect.com/dunlop-tto-4-outdoor-6mm-table-tennis-table-770029?colcode=77002918Or thishttps://www.sportsdirect.com/butterfly-easifold-outdoor-770217?colcode=77021718


The butterfly one is far better thanks to the thicker playing surface of 12cm. The rest are too thin for decent bounce.

And if you're also shopping for bats, NONE of the Dunlop or Carlton table tennis gear are any good. Go get a Yinhe 01b from eBay for under £15 - I guarantee it'll beat any of the Dunlop / Carlton range for speed and spin, especially spin.
Edited by: "jsty3105" 20th Jul
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£300 to play Ping Pong!

...BARGAIN!
What happens if you don't extend that undercarriage before landing?
My whole garden is on a hill, I'd estimate I've just shovelled 20 tonne of soil to create 2 levels...one of which will be a table tennis lawn....very tempted to jump on this!!!
qwales19/07/2019 15:30

I wonder how this compares?: …I wonder how this compares?: https://www.sportsdirect.com/dunlop-tto-4-outdoor-6mm-table-tennis-table-770029?colcode=77002918Or thishttps://www.sportsdirect.com/butterfly-easifold-outdoor-770217?colcode=77021718


We had this a few weeks ago and it is really good. Was trying to strike good balance between qualiry and price and decided on this.
sportsdirect.com/don…618
A saw the pic and thought it was a microlight, I was a bit disapointed when I clicked on the deal
qwales19/07/2019 15:30

I wonder how this compares?: …I wonder how this compares?: https://www.sportsdirect.com/dunlop-tto-4-outdoor-6mm-table-tennis-table-770029?colcode=77002918Or thishttps://www.sportsdirect.com/butterfly-easifold-outdoor-770217?colcode=77021718


The butterfly one is far better thanks to the thicker playing surface of 12cm. The rest are too thin for decent bounce.

And if you're also shopping for bats, NONE of the Dunlop or Carlton table tennis gear are any good. Go get a Yinhe 01b from eBay for under £15 - I guarantee it'll beat any of the Dunlop / Carlton range for speed and spin, especially spin.
Edited by: "jsty3105" 20th Jul
jsty310520/07/2019 03:07

The butterfly one is far better thanks to the thicker playing surface of …The butterfly one is far better thanks to the thicker playing surface of 12cm. The rest are too thin for decent bounce.And if you're also shopping for bats, NONE of the Dunlop or Carlton table tennis gear are any good. Go get a Yinhe 01b from eBay for under £15 - I guarantee it'll beat any of the Dunlop / Carlton range for speed and spin, especially spin.


I have mentioned the Donnay one above. I think i would go for this deal over that if I was buying again. Good advice. Although I have No regrets. The donnay is a good table
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 20th Jul
bitcoin519/07/2019 15:25

£300 to play Ping Pong!...BARGAIN!


And the award for most irrelevant comment of the day goes to.....
FunkiestMonkey19/07/2019 21:22

We had this a few weeks ago and it is really good. Was trying to strike …We had this a few weeks ago and it is really good. Was trying to strike good balance between qualiry and price and decided on this.https://www.sportsdirect.com/donnay-outdoor-1-table-tennis-table-770206?colcode=77020618


The indoor version of this table is also quite well reviewed despite it being from Sports Direct's in house brand. It doesn't say in the product details but I'm quite sure yours is also 12cm thick, which is ok for recreational play.

Looks like you made a good choice within your budget
Edited by: "jsty3105" 20th Jul
bitcoin519/07/2019 15:25

£300 to play Ping Pong!...BARGAIN!


Considering 'proper' tables cost upwards of £600, yeah, this is a bargain (though it's also the budget version)
villageidiotdan19/07/2019 20:58

My whole garden is on a hill, I'd estimate I've just shovelled 20 tonne of …My whole garden is on a hill, I'd estimate I've just shovelled 20 tonne of soil to create 2 levels...one of which will be a table tennis lawn....very tempted to jump on this!!!


My kids love it. Gets them away from their video games. I advise a heavy duty cover from Amazon when folded and something to tie it against a wall in windy weather. They do come with brakes.
If you have a dedicated space i wpuld recommend those 600 pound jobbers that ypu dont need to cover from the likes pf Cornillleau. Potential to double as secondary dining space. I wpuld have ifnwe didnt already have a nice garden table.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 20th Jul
FunkiestMonkey19/07/2019 21:22

We had this a few weeks ago and it is really good. Was trying to strike …We had this a few weeks ago and it is really good. Was trying to strike good balance between qualiry and price and decided on this.https://www.sportsdirect.com/donnay-outdoor-1-table-tennis-table-770206?colcode=77020618


Is the cover any good when folded please? I.e could you store it outside all year round? Thanks.
SailorMickey20/07/2019 10:41

Is the cover any good when folded please? I.e could you store it outside …Is the cover any good when folded please? I.e could you store it outside all year round? Thanks.


Yes that is what we plan to do and was bone dry aftet deluges when we had flood warnings. Will find link to the cover. Ours came with cover for use when you lay it flat but the sharp corners ripped first use.
Our Cornilllleau is outdoors all year, a cover lasts about 2 years unless the wind rips it off and we can't find it.
If you get past staff at the doors are you in and able to purchase what you want or do you still need to use the membership card at the self checkouts?
Edited by: "efc_4ever" 20th Jul
FunkiestMonkey20/07/2019 09:19

My kids love it. Gets them away from their video games. I advise a heavy …My kids love it. Gets them away from their video games. I advise a heavy duty cover from Amazon when folded and something to tie it against a wall in windy weather. They do come with brakes.If you have a dedicated space i wpuld recommend those 600 pound jobbers that ypu dont need to cover from the likes pf Cornillleau. Potential to double as secondary dining space. I wpuld have ifnwe didnt already have a nice garden table.


Thanks. We do but it'll be grassed so I need to give it a chance to see the sun once in a while, also play badminton on it.
OP, it looks like you do need membership or am I doing something wrong?
Voted cold. There are better quality tables at the same price. Got this one decathlon.co.uk/ft-…tml from decathlon last year and can well recommend. It's 5 mm thick surface compare to butterfly 4mm, 20kg lighter, bigger wheels, and adjustable legs. doesn't worth to pay extra for butterfly brand if it's mid range table. Wasted money.
Edited by: "mhromada" 20th Jul
villageidiotdan20/07/2019 13:41

Thanks. We do but it'll be grassed so I need to give it a chance to see …Thanks. We do but it'll be grassed so I need to give it a chance to see the sun once in a while, also play badminton on it.


I know its not as nice and environmentally friendly but maybe artificial grass in the gaming area. Sorry this is turning into landscaping convo
FunkiestMonkey20/07/2019 15:00

I know its not as nice and environmentally friendly but maybe artificial …I know its not as nice and environmentally friendly but maybe artificial grass in the gaming area. Sorry this is turning into landscaping convo


Very fair suggestion, thanks for the time to suggest as hadn't thought about it
mhromada20/07/2019 14:14

Voted cold. There are better quality tables at the same price. Got this …Voted cold. There are better quality tables at the same price. Got this one https://www.decathlon.co.uk/ft-830-ppt-530-outdoor-id_8345059.html from decathlon last year and can well recommend. It's 5 mm thick surface compare to butterfly 4mm, 20kg lighter, bigger wheels, and adjustable legs. doesn't worth to pay extra for butterfly brand if it's mid range table. Wasted money.


Useful critique, thanks
mhromada20/07/2019 14:14

Voted cold. There are better quality tables at the same price. Got this …Voted cold. There are better quality tables at the same price. Got this one https://www.decathlon.co.uk/ft-830-ppt-530-outdoor-id_8345059.html from decathlon last year and can well recommend. It's 5 mm thick surface compare to butterfly 4mm, 20kg lighter, bigger wheels, and adjustable legs. doesn't worth to pay extra for butterfly brand if it's mid range table. Wasted money.


At the £300 price range you're arguably just trying to choose the least worst option. Also need to factor in net quality though I have no idea how good the one for the butterfly table is. Doubt the playing surface is any good but you can't get 19mm for this price anyway
Interesting stuff. I'm in the market for decentish outdoor table, but have no idea on brands and specs etc, so any advice would be great?

Are these any good and how do they compare to others listed here:-
argos.co.uk/pro…391
argos.co.uk/pro…038
UKBFG20/07/2019 23:05

Interesting stuff. I'm in the market for decentish outdoor table, but …Interesting stuff. I'm in the market for decentish outdoor table, but have no idea on brands and specs etc, so any advice would be great?Are these any good and how do they compare to others listed here:-https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8687391https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8957038


Thickness of both tables are 15mm so you're off to a good start. It's not a recognised table tennis brand though so it'll depend on whether your needs are purely recreational or whether any decent player is going to use it regularly.

If its the former then go with your budget accordingly. If the latter then use these reviews to guide you
tabletenniscoach.me.uk/tip…le/

experttabletennis.com/bes…es/
jsty310522/07/2019 12:23

Thickness of both tables are 15mm so you're off to a good start. It's not …Thickness of both tables are 15mm so you're off to a good start. It's not a recognised table tennis brand though so it'll depend on whether your needs are purely recreational or whether any decent player is going to use it regularly. If its the former then go with your budget accordingly. If the latter then use these reviews to guide youhttps://www.tabletenniscoach.me.uk/tips-buying-outdoor-table-tennis-table/https://www.experttabletennis.com/best-table-tennis-tables/


Thanks for the advice and links. I'll have a good read later.

It would be for purely recreational uise by adults and children in the garden and be stored outside permanently (Possibly moved out of the way at times), but obviously I'd like the best quality and experience possible for a relatively cheap budget.

If it was you and you wanted a table for the same reason as above and a budget of £200-400, which would you go for?
UKBFG20/07/2019 23:05

Interesting stuff. I'm in the market for decentish outdoor table, but …Interesting stuff. I'm in the market for decentish outdoor table, but have no idea on brands and specs etc, so any advice would be great?Are these any good and how do they compare to others listed here:-https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8687391https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8957038


An indoor putdoor table means nothing. It just means it is an indoor table you can take outside (but not leave outside).
If you have the space for this,,,, it’s brilliant
We're about to bite the bullet on this one made by Kettler and pay for installation (as that's where the more poor reviews seem to come from): amazon.co.uk/Ket…BH6

Would appreciate some views on this model please versus some of the ones in this thread.
I’m going to buy this, get really good then convert to proper tennis and compete at Wimbledon.
How do i fit a 9ft ping pong table in an 8ft garden?
midnightz22/07/2019 16:24

We're about to bite the bullet on this one made by Kettler and pay for …We're about to bite the bullet on this one made by Kettler and pay for installation (as that's where the more poor reviews seem to come from): https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kettler-Axos-Indoor-Table-Tennis/dp/B00TO9JBH6Would appreciate some views on this model please versus some of the ones in this thread.


19mm top probably makes it the best option although yours is quite different from the ones being discussed here at the Kettler is an indoor table.
UKBFG22/07/2019 13:59

Thanks for the advice and links. I'll have a good read later. It would be …Thanks for the advice and links. I'll have a good read later. It would be for purely recreational uise by adults and children in the garden and be stored outside permanently (Possibly moved out of the way at times), but obviously I'd like the best quality and experience possible for a relatively cheap budget.If it was you and you wanted a table for the same reason as above and a budget of £200-400, which would you go for?


haha I've been interested in table tennis since I was young and been playing on 'proper' tables since 1994 so my opinion would be quite biased towards quality playing surfaces...
That said, I'd recommend focusing on these:
- Largest size and thickest playing surface you can afford
- Get one without a fixed net - they're a failure point unless you pay top dollar.
- Get one in 2 pieces if you can, then you can fold one half and use it like a wall to go all Forrest Gump on. Or at least one where you can fold one half to get the same effect.
- Don't bother with whatever included bats you might get with the package as they're universally lousy. Order one of those Huieson packages from Aliexpress or go on ebay and get a Yinhe 01b - one of the cheapest pre built bats around with spin levels that none of the Dunlop or Carlton bats can match, even the most expensive ones (Because they heavily overpriced for what you get). The yinhe 01b is slow enough for even beginners to control and start playing and spinny enough for non-beginners to get some enjoyment from the game

If I had to go for one at the budget range, I'd stretch a bit and go for something like this:
amazon.co.uk/Ket…031

£429

Or the Cornilleau Sport 250S for £398
amazon.co.uk/Cor…RW/

I'm pretty sure I've played on the Cornilleau one before and could get some decent gameplay from it.
Edited by: "jsty3105" 22nd Jul
Don't know how much of an upgrade this particular one is but I got mine for £127 from Argos (9ft Slazenger brand, outdoor with cover). Just for reference if anybody was considering
Edited by: "Hassann" 22nd Jul
qwales19/07/2019 15:30

I wonder how this compares?: …I wonder how this compares?: https://www.sportsdirect.com/dunlop-tto-4-outdoor-6mm-table-tennis-table-770029?colcode=77002918Or thishttps://www.sportsdirect.com/butterfly-easifold-outdoor-770217?colcode=77021718


Butterfly does ping table tennis stop... dunlop does table tennis, underwear, safety boots... you get the ideea
Edited by: "RaLuci" 22nd Jul
Hassann22/07/2019 20:59

Don't know how much of an upgrade this particular one is but I got mine …Don't know how much of an upgrade this particular one is but I got mine for £127 from Argos (9ft Slazenger brand, outdoor with cover). Just for reference if anybody was considering


It's pretty major upgrade over the old Slazenger one in every way except the price
good idea: buying this table and playing ping pong
bad idea: jen-aaay
midnightz22/07/2019 16:24

We're about to bite the bullet on this one made by Kettler and pay for …We're about to bite the bullet on this one made by Kettler and pay for installation (as that's where the more poor reviews seem to come from): https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kettler-Axos-Indoor-Table-Tennis/dp/B00TO9JBH6Would appreciate some views on this model please versus some of the ones in this thread.


This is an indoor table
jsty310522/07/2019 19:35

haha I've been interested in table tennis since I was young and been …haha I've been interested in table tennis since I was young and been playing on 'proper' tables since 1994 so my opinion would be quite biased towards quality playing surfaces... That said, I'd recommend focusing on these: - Largest size and thickest playing surface you can afford - Get one without a fixed net - they're a failure point unless you pay top dollar. - Get one in 2 pieces if you can, then you can fold one half and use it like a wall to go all Forrest Gump on. Or at least one where you can fold one half to get the same effect. - Don't bother with whatever included bats you might get with the package as they're universally lousy. Order one of those Huieson packages from Aliexpress or go on ebay and get a Yinhe 01b - one of the cheapest pre built bats around with spin levels that none of the Dunlop or Carlton bats can match, even the most expensive ones (Because they heavily overpriced for what you get). The yinhe 01b is slow enough for even beginners to control and start playing and spinny enough for non-beginners to get some enjoyment from the gameIf I had to go for one at the budget range, I'd stretch a bit and go for something like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kettler-Outdoor-Aluminium-Composite-Weatherproof/dp/B00S9RWZLS?ref_=bl_dp_s_web_1688498031£429Or the Cornilleau Sport 250S for £398https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cornilleau-Crossover-Outdoor-Tennis-Color/dp/B01BI669RW/I'm pretty sure I've played on the Cornilleau one before and could get some decent gameplay from it.


The Yinhe 01b bat from China is a good call. Got mine for under a tenner from AliExpress (just expect a wait in the delivery (eg 3 wks)).

Thicker the playing surface the better (but then it's heavier to get out).
villageidiotdan19/07/2019 20:58

My whole garden is on a hill, I'd estimate I've just shovelled 20 tonne of …My whole garden is on a hill, I'd estimate I've just shovelled 20 tonne of soil to create 2 levels...one of which will be a table tennis lawn....very tempted to jump on this!!!


Is it a trampoline you're thinking of?

We bought the Argos Slazenger indoor outdoor one for around £120 when it was on HUKD a few months ago. It's absolutely fine for us non-pros and can recommend for the price. More of a social thing and gets the kids out the house when the weather is nice. Bit of a pain to move it around but don't want to leave it outside, despite the name.
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