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Reasonable quality but definitely more of a kids table not meant for adults.
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2019
The overall quality of the table is reasonable for the price.
It was assembled fairly quickly and easily even though the instructions are rather simplistic and half of the bags/pieces didn't have their numbered sticker on them. There was minor damage to one edge of the foosball playing surface but not so much that it would be noticeable after it was all put together so I didn't bother complaining about it and made it work.
The table size itself seems kind of small for adults, the table tennis surface is way smaller than that of a standard size table, way too narrow to play a good game unless you are a kid. The pool table is so mini being that full-size balls are almost an inch bigger in size these felt like desktop Christmas tree ornaments, and the pockets are very small and made of a stiffer material and they get crushed up against the table legs when you attach them, so further reducing how many balls can fit in them. Even the foosball balls feel smaller than other tables I have played on.
This is definitely something only for younger kids and not older teens or adults, as it is not a full 4 ft long playing surface once put together (only 40 inches for the whole table) and the cues are shorter than my arm, no way to correctly hold the cue and take a proper shot without it slipping off the back of your hand, perfect for a kid with short arms though.
The rest of the pieces are as expected, reasonable quality plastic chess pieces and other game pieces, a deck of cards, etc.
The foosball men are not weighted or anything so they do not level themselves, they are incredibly light plastic.
It is very easy to put the rods in the wrong way around and need to reverse them so you can get everything aligned correctly with all the rubber bumpers doing their job to protect the table from the men and handles hitting the wood.
All in all, it will work for a cheap temporary foosball table for us until we can get something bigger and more expensive, actually meant for adults to play. Especially the pool table and table tennis aspect of things as that is just way too small for even casual adult playing without feeling stupid.
I used to play on a 6-7ft snooker table when in my early 20's and even that felt too small, this feels like I'm a giant playing with a kids toy.
But, for anyone under the age of 15, it would probably be a great starter practice table, even really young kids (maybe with the aid of a box if too short) could use it.
The item is pretty sturdy once put together and easy to move too.