Ping-pong table prices range from under $200 to well over $2,000.
One may also ask, what does a ping pong table cost?
With that said , the average cost of a ping pong table falls in the range of $150 – $400 for indoor , $400 – $700 for outdoor , $200 – $300 for conversion tops and $1,000+ for luxury , high-end tables.
Also, what is the ping pong table?
The table is 2.74 m (9.0 ft) long, 1.525 m (5.0 ft) wide, and 76 cm (2.5 ft) high with any continuous material so long as the table yields a uniform bounce of about 23 cm (9.1 in) when a standard ball is dropped onto it from a height of 30 cm (11.8 in), or about 77%.
Is a ping pong table worth it?
There are many good quality products available in the market at a reasonable price, but high-end tables offer great performance and last for a long time. You need to decide which table you should go for depending on your budget. Some ping-pong players say that tables with 1 inch thick tops are worth considering.
Like most sports, table tennis offers great mind-body stimulation, aerobic exercise, and social interaction. Unlike many sports, however, the overall risk for injury with table tennis is quite low. Some of the many health benefits of table tennis include: Improving hand-eye coordination.
Before 2011, “Ping Pong” or “Table Tennis” is the same sport. … Amateur players consider “ping-pong” as a hobby. But serious players call it table tennis exclusively and consider it as a sport. In general, Ping Pong relates to garage players, while Table Tennis is used by players that formally train in the sport.
Play Surface: The first thing to look for in a table tennis table is the thickness of the top. Tops will range in thickness from ½” to 1”. The playing surface should be at least 3/4 inches or 19mm thick. Anything of lesser thickness will warp too easily and not give consistent ball bounce.
As a general rule, the thicker the surface, the better the table. The best ping pong tables for high-traffic rec centers and for competitive players are 25mm+ table tennis tables. Beginners and game room buyers usually get by fine with cheaper ping pong tables that are in the 13mm to 15mm range.
R&D costs money. Sponsorship’s for athletes and events costs money (butterfly does this more than any other and naturally has the highest rubber prices). Overhead and salaries cost money. And players/hobbyists are more that willing to pay the high price.