This tabletop air hockey table by Rally and Roar is designed with portability in mind. It’s a very lightweight, compact model, that as the name implies, should be placed on top of a stable tabletop during use. This style of air hockey table works well in homes that don’t have the space to accommodate a large standalone model, and they’re also perfect for travel.
Overview and Features
Tabletop air hockey tables are the answer to homes that just don’t have the space to accommodate a large table or the money to purchase one.
This mini table is a great solution if you don’t want a table that will take up space in the home. While it’s not designed for serious players, it’s still a great buy for kids or the family that loves to play a game of air hockey when they’re on vacation.
Tabletop air hockey tables can offer what a standalone model can’t, and that’s a lightweight portable design that will allow you to tuck the table away when it’s not in use.
This table is a great choice for younger children, however, an older child may need a table that’s more durable and stable.
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You can easily dismantle or assemble this table in a matter of minutes, so it’s a great choice for family game nights, vacations, travel, and more.
To assemble this table, all you have to do is attach the goal box and padded legs and that’s it. Expect a ten minute assembly time.
This model comes with two strikers, two miniature pucks, and a couple of scoreboard options.
While this table may be small, it’s still packing some power. The table comes loaded with an AC twelve volt motor that’s CUL certified. The motor is powerful enough to provide ample airflow, allowing the puck to smoothly glide over the surface. To use, simply plug the table into any outlet.
The table is made out of dense fiberboard. The table’s powerful dual airflow allows for optimal playing conditions. While short, the legs help to improve the table’s stability, however, during an intense game, the table will not perform quite like a standalone hockey table. This table is designed for kids, so adults will need to pass this model by if they’re looking for a table that can provide the same type of performance that a large standalone table can.
In fact, this table’s design focuses mainly on fun for small children as opposed to traditional tables and that’s okay. This model isn’t designed for the serious player. Instead, it’s a great portable tabletop model that will work perfectly for the kids or a friendly game between the parents and the kids.
In terms of flash, the table is loaded with vivid, colorful, graphics and LED lights that are set against a white laminated surface, which causes the table to really pop.
This is more of a toy than a table the grownups can use. It doesn’t offer the same type of stable playing action you’ll get from standalone models such as the Goplus Air Hockey Table Game, a model that’s also designed for kids, but functions more like a full-sized air hockey table.
Of course, if you’re buying a tabletop model then you have to realistic expectations in terms of quality and performance. The goal here is to provide a fun, portable table that can be easily stored in the closet or another tight spot in the home when not in use.
This is a table the kids will definitely love. The lights and graphics are very appealing, while the lightweight design and portability are what most parents are looking for. If you and your family are planning on a trip to grandma’s house, or going camping, taking this table along can be just what the kids need to stay occupied after a long day.
The table can rock and shake during an intense match, so the kids will need to handle this table with care. However, it does feature a well-built design that does make it moderately durable.
This table can also be a great first step if your kids have shown interest in air hockey and you don’t want to shell out hundreds of dollars only to have your child lose interest.
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Tabletop Air Hockey Table by Rally and Roar Pros & Cons
- Twelve-volt motor
- Vivid graphics
- LED lights
- Lightweight design
- Highly portable
- Can be assembled in as little as ten minutes
- Not designed for serious players
- Not stable enough for older children