Fat Cat Billiard Tables
Turn your garage or basement into a lively game room with the Fat Cat Reno II 7-foot billiards table. The Reno II plays just like a tavern table, with a 1-inch Accuslate play surface covered with a classy burgundy wool cloth. The table's K66 rubber bumpers, meanwhile, provide a terrific bounce with every shot. And users will love the Reno II's elegant design, which includes 6-inch solid wood rails with white diamond inlays and beveled legs made of wood veneer maple. The Reno II billiards table comes with two 57-inch cues, a set of billiard balls, two pieces of chalk, a triangle, and a brush. The play surface comes with a seven-year warranty.

Description of Billiard Tables: Fat Cat 7-Foot Reno II Billiard Table


Challenge your friends to a game of pool with this elegantly designed Reno billiard table. This table has a 1" MDF Accuslate play surface and K66 rubber bumpers allowing for better play. The legs are beveled to give it a unique look and it has a classy burgundy wool cloth that will look ideal in any home game room. Accessories include two 57" cues, 1 set of billiard balls, two pieces of chalk, a triangle and a brush.

Billiard Tables: Fat Cat 7-Foot Reno II Billiard TableBilliard Tables: Fat Cat 7-Foot Reno II Billiard Table
Billiard Tables: Fat Cat 7-Foot Reno II Billiard Table

Features of Billiard Tables: Fat Cat 7-Foot Reno II Billiard Table


� 7 year warranty on the 1 inch Accuslate play surface
� 6" solid wood rails with white diamond inlays
� K66 Rubber bumpers and Brown wool/nylon cloth
� Beveled legs with wood veneer maple
� Accessories include: 2 57" cues, 1 set of billiard balls, 2 pieces of chalk
� 1-inch Accuslate play surface with burgundy wool cloth
� 6-inch solid wood rails with white diamond inlays
� 7-foot billiards table designed for home use
� Includes 57-inch cues, billiard balls, chalk, triangle, and brush
� K66 rubber bumpers; beveled wood veneer maple legs





Reviews:


-Table came with FREE delivery, mostly assembled. We were worried about the slate not being together and the felt, but it came in one peice! I had to put the legs together which was very simple, very nice looking legs! My husband and I lifted the top to place over the frame, but it was too heavy for me. Two strong men should lift it. It fits right on top, bolt it down, level it and play. Looks very, very nice in the den.There is a hollow sound of the balls rolling because it is a simulated slate, but we quickly got used to it. Looks WAY more expensive than it cost.

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