Diamond Pool Tables
Diamond Pool Tables – The Best Available If you really want to get the best billiards pool tables, there is only one choice, Diamond pool tables. These tables have been used in tournaments and repeatedly redesigned based on the feedback of the professionals who play in the tournaments until the table is as perfect as
Diamond Pool Tables – The Best Available
If you really want to get the best billiards pool tables, there is only one choice, Diamond pool tables. These tables have been used in tournaments and repeatedly redesigned based on the feedback of the professionals who play in the tournaments until the table is as perfect as possible. They have even been named the official table of the Professional Billiard Pool Association, an honor no pool table had ever previously achieved.
What makes Diamond pool tables so great? They are custom pool table made so that each table meets exact specifications. After they are assembled they are tested to make sure everything is just right. They only use the best materials available and billiard supplies, including wood and Simonis cloth for pool table clothing that doesn’t shed or pill or develop tracks. They also use special pool table lighting that lights the whole table and illuminates shadows. These billiard tables are very popular at tournaments because they are so well made.
Since these billiards pool tables are custom built, you can get them in a wide variety of woods, with your choice of stains and fabric color. You can also get them with or without lighting, and you can get a seat, rack, cues, and special Aramith Pro balls for pool table balls as well. Different table designs have different options for the wood and colors available.
Diamond pool tables are great, but they are not particularly inexpensive. Suggested retail for the Professional table is $7,000, and $11,000 if you include all the accessories. A nine foot Oppenheimer, Hortensia, or Arkansas table runs around $3,500. The Kimberly starts around $3,750 (prices depend on the type of wood chosen). The nine foot Jubilee starts around $3,640, the Tiffany starts around $3,610, and the Pro-Am starts around $4,900. Getting a smaller seven or eight foot table will lower the price a little, and the Professional and Pro-Am tables are available at a discount if you purchase multiple tables.
If you want to get into tournament play, you will get the closest approximation of the experience if you use Diamond pool tables. Since the billiard tables are made to such exacting specifications and put together by hand, you know that one table will play very much like the next. Especially if you use the Aramith balls that you can get to go with the table you will have a very similar experience to that of a tournament.
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