Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table Review

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Stiga Legacy – A trustworthy table built by a trustworthy company

The Stiga Legacy is a recreational indoor table tennis table that has a ½ inch thick tabletop.  This table would be perfect for a family looking for their first table tennis table or for a dorm room that wants to keep their initial costs down, but still have a great table tennis experience.

While the Stiga Legacy isn’t as thick as some other tables Stiga offers, this table gives a good consistent bounce that is reinforce by a 1 ½ inch thick steel apron.  The net assembly is easy to adjust with Velcro tension adjustment and is included in the box.

Features

  • ½” Thick Black Table Top with Silk-Screen Striping
  • 1 ¼” Round Steel Legs and 2″ Casters
  • 1 ¼” Steel Apron with Yellow Corner Protectors
  • Includes 66″ Net and Post Set

This table comes with 2 inch double wheel castors to make movement of the table as simple as possible, for any time you need the space, or if you want to have some practice time to yourself the table easily transitions into solo play mode and will fold up completely for easy storage.

This is a perfect first table for the aspiring table tennis player or for a family games room. The table has 1 ¼ inch steel legs for stabilization and they automatically open when the table is opened, ensuring no surprises.

Stiga uses silk screen striping, and this table is no different. This makes sure that the tabletop is as flat and consistent as possible, making sure that you get the most consistent bounce possible. No peeling stickers, no obstacles for the ball to hit while in play, a great, thoughtful feature.

Conclusion

For a low priced ping pong table the Stiga Legacy is right at home in a recreational game room setting.  This table plays well and has lots of perks. The solo play mode will help you build your skills and the castors wheels and easy fold up make it simple to pull out for a game, and put away when the table isn’t necessary anymore.  A great first table tennis table.

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