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Foldable Snooker / Pool Tables @ Cybercheckout - 5ft £79.99 delivered / 6ft £99.99 delivered!
Foldable Snooker / Pool Tables @ Cybercheckout - 5ft £79.99 delivered / 6ft £99.99 delivered!

Foldable Snooker / Pool Tables @ Cybercheckout - 5ft £79.99 delivered / 6ft £99.99 delivered!

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Cybercheckout have reduced their foldable snooker / pool tables.

5ft Snooker / Poll Table - now £79.99 delivered

This foldaway table features all the playing characteristics of the larger tables but is half the weight and a fraction of the cost! Its a very sturdy table and comes complete with a fantastic foldaway system which means when youre not using it you simply fold it up thus giving you your space back!

This table is 5ft in length by 2.8ft in width and comes in a walnut colour finish with a quality blue velvet cloth. It is suitable for playing billiards, snooker and pool.

The 6ft version is £99.99 delivered.

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[*][CENTER][FONT=Arial]Accessories include – 1 set of pool balls AND 1 set of snooker balls, [/FONT][/CENTER]
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Tempted! How does it measure up compared to a pub pool table?! Are they around 6ft?

Anybody bought one of these? Can comment on the quality / feel / longevity? What about the company?
Might consider it if feedback is favorable (voted hot btw )

Nice one! Great table, especially the 6ft and even better in that it can be folded away!

Yes heat added! Any feedback? My wallet is getting itchey!

ordered from them before but not this item, great company to deal with in my experience, so can vouch for them.

Just having a look at the spec and is it 31" high??

looks good, cheers :thumbsup:

looks a good table ,if only i had the room :x

I have one of these bought a while back (6ft) and use it in the summer outside at BBQ,s
Great table in fact one of my best buys

Awesome needed a new table and the folding ones like this are hundreds at argos.. :thumbsup:

rickj;4045517

looks a good table ,if only i had the room :x


Yep same

Great deal though!

Unless I'm mistaken, 10% quidco as well.

Chris Type R;4047591

Unless I'm mistaken, 10% quidco as well.


Well spotted

I think it was B&Q were also selling the table football version of this for £30 and the quality of that is pretty decent.

Do you have to build this yourself?

hmm, i'm just having the attic done out now, would be great if this fits, but i doubt it...

been after a table for my spare room ! :thumbsup:

I got the foldable table football version from Cybercheckout 18 months ago. Yes, small ammount fo putting together but then that is it. Good quality and is stored in my garage, comes out when family round. Very pleased with it, was worried it would be a bit flimsy but great quality.

can anyone who has this tell us how the cloth and sides react compared to a slate table and if it is sturdy enough so the balls dont move when you lean on it

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coffee1690;4052288

can anyone who has this tell us how the cloth and sides react compared to … can anyone who has this tell us how the cloth and sides react compared to a slate table and if it is sturdy enough so the balls dont move when you lean on it



I bought this exact table as a 5 foot from Littlewoods a couple of years ago, got it for £12 delivered after various codes applied.
It is no way worth £79.99 let alone rrp of £225.
Made of mdf, folding idea is good, my kids use it in summer outside on our decking.
It is a starter "play" table, the cushions hardly react at all, no pace in the table whatsoever.
Not disappointed considering what i paid!
Don't expect much from it, go for a proper slate bed if looking seriously.

bulkomuff;4056996

I bought this exact table as a 5 foot from Littlewoods a couple of years … I bought this exact table as a 5 foot from Littlewoods a couple of years ago, got it for £12 delivered after various codes applied.It is no way worth £79.99 let alone rrp of £225.Made of mdf, folding idea is good, my kids use it in summer outside on our decking.It is a starter "play" table, the cushions hardly react at all, no pace in the table whatsoever.Not disappointed considering what i paid!Don't expect much from it, go for a proper slate bed if looking seriously.



yeh right get a slate bed 1 for 79 delivered!! ,lol ,loads of reviews all excellant ,i doubt the one from littlewoods is anything like this one

Chris Type R;4047591

Unless I'm mistaken, 10% quidco as well.



cant find on quidco

rickj;4069668

cant find on quidco



you didn't look very hard then :lazy:

quidco.com/cyb…ut/ at 10% :thumbsup:

has anyone got 1 yet?

I cant see any wheels on it, can anyone confirm this when they get it please? I will need to store it in the shed and have 20ft to carry it.

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rickj;4069525

yeh right get a slate bed 1 for 79 delivered!! ,lol ,loads of reviews all … yeh right get a slate bed 1 for 79 delivered!! ,lol ,loads of reviews all excellant ,i doubt the one from littlewoods is anything like this one



Incorrect it is the same table from the same manufacturer, it is worth £30 tops, you have been warned.
It DOES NOT have wheels.

Mine arrived today.

I went for the 6 x 3 ft one for £99, well worth the money,

Ok its made of mdf but its put together well, there are no wheels so you have to be careful moving it but its pretty sturdy.

Overall if you want a pool table to play on now and then its a good buy in my opinion. You can get better but you'll have to pay alot more money.

bulkomuff;4082531

Incorrect it is the same table from the same manufacturer, it is worth … Incorrect it is the same table from the same manufacturer, it is worth £30 tops, you have been warned.It DOES NOT have wheels.



yeh right you make one for 30 if you can

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rickj;4102479

yeh right you make one for 30 if you can



i never stated i could, simply pointing out what i paid for it and what i consider it to be worth.
If you shop around you can still get it for £30 to £40.
If you want to waste your money then buy it from here.

Got mine today (slightly delayed by problems with courier, nothing to do with the cyber checkout company).

I'm sorry - but you simply cannot fault this table at the price! A real bargain for a 6ft table with such a good folding mechanism. I'm really glad I bought it.

Assembly - The base takes perhaps 15 minutes to assemble - but is well documented and the screws are well labelled in individual bags (like H1, H2, H6 etc) and utilises allen key fixings throughout (with the exception of 4 phillips screws for the folding leg "wheels"). A doddle if you've ever done a flat pack / argos product that requires some assembly.

Table Quality - cushions are of the usual standard you expect in a home use 4/5/6ft table, cloth is good - if I was trying to be hyper critical, perhaps thinner than ideal, but the balls run true and offers enough material to "feel" fine.

The outer table framing and the base are wood-like (reasonable density and weight), but the table - as others noted - is chipboard, so the "roll" of the balls is affected accordingly. Not a major problem for me, but if you're expecting pub / snooker hall quality, you may be dissapointed. Again, perspective is required - £99 versus a lot, lot more cash for that kind of playing surface.

One slight criticism from my perspective, the D is on the small side for snooker - baulk colours are slightly too close together for my liking, although obviously I could easily draw my own should I decide to do so.

Cues - More Pool type than Snooker, they are 2 piece (screw fixing) with a rubber bottom. Tip is standard fayre for this type, chalk applied without great difficulty.

One observation - the table shown in the vertically folded position on the website (and in this deal) is actually wrong! I thought that it didn't look quite "right" and that's because it's not - the base should be facing the other way as per the instructions, and then the vertical fold is perfect - evenly balanced and a far smaller footprint than the image portrays. They just hadn't assembled their photo model correctly!

Oh, and it also has a hatch with a knob in the base which opens up and allows you to store both sets of balls, chalks and the brush etc.....although once again the demo table in the photo does not show this properly - they simply hadn't bothered assembling it properly! But it really is an excellent idea. The cues also slot in the back of the table for storage in a specially designed section - again another very neat idea for space conscious people.

To summarise, if this table is wanted as something that will get brought out throughout the year for a few days at a time - but then stored nicely and compactly - you cannot go wrong. If you're an afficiando of snooker, and you are going to play daily, then this is probably not for you, and you would want to spend closer to £1k on a slate bed.

Hope this helps!

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Red27;4136320

Got mine today (slightly delayed by problems with courier, nothing to do … Got mine today (slightly delayed by problems with courier, nothing to do with the cyber checkout company).I'm sorry - but you simply cannot fault this table at the price! A real bargain for a 6ft table with such a good folding mechanism. I'm really glad I bought it.Assembly - The base takes perhaps 15 minutes to assemble - but is well documented and the screws are well labelled in individual bags (like H1, H2, H6 etc) and utilises allen key fixings throughout (with the exception of 4 phillips screws for the folding leg "wheels"). A doddle if you've ever done a flat pack / argos product that requires some assembly.Table Quality - cushions are of the usual standard you expect in a home use 4/5/6ft table, cloth is good - if I was trying to be hyper critical, perhaps thinner than ideal, but the balls run true and offers enough material to "feel" fine. The outer table framing and the base are wood-like (reasonable density and weight), but the table - as others noted - is chipboard, so the "roll" of the balls is affected accordingly. Not a major problem for me, but if you're expecting pub / snooker hall quality, you may be dissapointed. Again, perspective is required - £99 versus a lot, lot more cash for that kind of playing surface.One slight criticism from my perspective, the D is on the small side for snooker - baulk colours are slightly too close together for my liking, although obviously I could easily draw my own should I decide to do so.Cues - More Pool type than Snooker, they are 2 piece (screw fixing) with a rubber bottom. Tip is standard fayre for this type, chalk applied without great difficulty.One observation - the table shown in the vertically folded position on the website (and in this deal) is actually wrong! I thought that it didn't look quite "right" and that's because it's not - the base should be facing the other way as per the instructions, and then the vertical fold is perfect - evenly balanced and a far smaller footprint than the image portrays. They just hadn't assembled their photo model correctly!Oh, and it also has a hatch with a knob in the base which opens up and allows you to store both sets of balls, chalks and the brush etc.....although once again the demo table in the photo does not show this properly - they simply hadn't bothered assembling it properly! But it really is an excellent idea. The cues also slot in the back of the table for storage in a specially designed section - again another very neat idea for space conscious people.To summarise, if this table is wanted as something that will get brought out throughout the year for a few days at a time - but then stored nicely and compactly - you cannot go wrong. If you're an afficiando of snooker, and you are going to play daily, then this is probably not for you, and you would want to spend closer to £1k on a slate bed.Hope this helps!


You obviously don't know much about or play much snooker, this is a toy.

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talking absolute tosh about the footprint being smaller if assembled correctly.
yes the picture shows base holding storage compartment for balls is on the wrong way round but it is no smaller a footprint even if assembled correctly, it is still the same size base!!!!!

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the d is in proportion to the table size!

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"wood like"?

MDF

bulkomuff;4145980

talking absolute tosh about the footprint being smaller if assembled … talking absolute tosh about the footprint being smaller if assembled correctly.yes the picture shows base holding storage compartment for balls is on the wrong way round but it is no smaller a footprint even if assembled correctly, it is still the same size base!!!!!



Incorrect. The picture shows the table extending beyond the base, thus should you try and place that folded table against a wall, you would require additional space - commonly referred to as additional footprint.

bulkomuff;4146002

the d is in proportion to the table size!



Again incorrect. The correct dimension for the D on a 12ft snooker table is a semi circle of radius 11.5 inches, thus the radius on a 6ft table should be 5.75 inches, whereas on this table the radius is 4.5 inches.

Sorry that my review warranted 4 separate (pointless and/or factually incorrect) statements Mr O'Sullivan; perhaps I could suggest that rather than continue with this pedantry, you could take yourself off down to the snooker hall for some additional practise. Look forward to seeing you at the Crucible come April.

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Red27;4146634

Incorrect. The picture shows the table extending beyond the base, thus … Incorrect. The picture shows the table extending beyond the base, thus should you try and place that folded table against a wall, you would require additional space - commonly referred to as additional footprint.Again incorrect. The correct dimension for the D on a 12ft snooker table is a semi circle of radius 11.5 inches, thus the radius on a 6ft table should be 5.75 inches, whereas on this table the radius is 4.5 inches.Sorry that my review warranted 4 separate (pointless and/or factually incorrect) statements Mr O'Sullivan; perhaps I could suggest that rather than continue with this pedantry, you could take yourself off down to the snooker hall for some additional practise. Look forward to seeing you at the Crucible come April.




Totally incorrect, you have halved the radius of the d for a 6 foot table, a common misconception with the uninitiated as a 6 foot table is not a half size version of a 12 foot table, the dimensions go on area you halfwit.

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Red27;4146634

Incorrect. The picture shows the table extending beyond the base, thus … Incorrect. The picture shows the table extending beyond the base, thus should you try and place that folded table against a wall, you would require additional space - commonly referred to as additional footprint.Again incorrect. The correct dimension for the D on a 12ft snooker table is a semi circle of radius 11.5 inches, thus the radius on a 6ft table should be 5.75 inches, whereas on this table the radius is 4.5 inches.Sorry that my review warranted 4 separate (pointless and/or factually incorrect) statements Mr O'Sullivan; perhaps I could suggest that rather than continue with this pedantry, you could take yourself off down to the snooker hall for some additional practise. Look forward to seeing you at the Crucible come April.



You are misleading people into buying this product singing it's praises as you do, i am simply informing others, from a well informed stance as i have this table, that is is not as good as you suggest!

bulkomuff;4156012

Totally incorrect, you have halved the radius of the d for a 6 foot … Totally incorrect, you have halved the radius of the d for a 6 foot table, a common misconception with the uninitiated as a 6 foot table is not a half size version of a 12 foot table, the dimensions go on area you halfwit.



Ahh, sorry - I didn't realise I was dealing with a mathematician. So, since the area of a semi circle is (Pi x radius x radius) / 2 , we can calculate:

Area of D on 12ft table with 11.5inch radius = 207.63 square inches
Area of D on 6ft table with 5.75inch radius = 51.9 square inches
Area of D on 6ft table with 4.5inch radius = 31.79 square inches

and this proves.....hang on, oh dear, what's this - doesn't it prove that I am correct!? The area of a 6ft table is exactly a quarter of a 12ft table (18sq ft against 72sq ft). And what is the area with a D of radius 5.75 inches, expressed as a fraction, of the 12ft table - oops, it's exactly a quarter (51.9 x 4 = 207.6). Mathematics to the rescue.

Every size calculation for smaller tables is based on relative distance, thus baulk line is 29 inches from the bottom cushion for 12ft (but 14.5 inches for 6ft) and the black spot is 12.5 inches (6.25 inches for 6ft) from top cushion (this table adheres to these exact specifications). And the radius of the D should also be proportional - 3ft width, distance from brown spot to yellow spot (aka radius) should be 11.5 inches / 2 - so 5.75 inches (this table does not adhere to this - which was my original in passing comment)

bulkomuff;4156090

You are misleading people into buying this product singing it's praises … You are misleading people into buying this product singing it's praises as you do, i am simply informing others, from a well informed stance as i have this table, that is is not as good as you suggest!



Again, your "informed stance" is a debatable since you have not bought this product from this deal or this seller by your own admission; You bought a table (which may or may not be this exact table) from Littlewoods 2 years ago, yet dare to imply that I am misleading people with a review for the table I bought from this deal 2 days ago. I have written a balanced review suitable for similar buyers to myself - nothing more, nothing less - based on my (and my family's) opinion. Whatever your hidden agenda is via these vitriolic ramblings (in multiple postings for some rather transparent reason) is for you alone to understand.

This shall be my last posting regarding this; it's futile to argue with idiots - they drag you down to their level before beating you with experience.
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