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Table Football model “Top Class” with excellent price/quality ratio. In fact, the product is built in solid MDF wood, with metal bars, which reinforce the legs, making the article indestructible and strong. Ideal for pleasant matches with friends or relatives. Its weight of more than 65 kg makes it very stable, the solid poles slide easily to facilitate the game. The table football is suitable for young people and adults (it is not suitable for children under 36 months). This item is delivered in a strong box and it is easy to assemble by following the instructions included in the package. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: Colour: Black Material: MDF wood Weight: 60 kg Size: 140 cm length x 88 cm width x 90 cm height With 2 cup holders With 2 balls Table Football Material:MDF Poles: 16 mm Play field: 695mm x 1165 mm FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS: raised corners to keep the ball in play at all times anti-slip handles 2 chrome look cup holders chromed adjustable feet

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