Frequently asked questions
- DO I NEED AN INDOOR OR OUTDOOR PING PONG TABLE ?
- HOW TO ASSEMBLE MY PING PONG TABLE ?
- WHAT ARE THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MOST AFFORDABLE AND MOST EXPENSIVE TABLE TENNIS TABLES ?
- ARE THERE PING PONG TABLES ADAPTED TO SCHOOLS ?
- CAN I PLAY ALONE ON EVERY TABLE ?
- WHAT COLOR OF PING PONG TABLE SHOULD I CHOOSE (BLUE, GREEN, GREY) ?
- HOW OLD DO I NEED TO BE TO PLAY PING PONG ?
Indoor ping pong tables aren't resistant to weather conditions but provide a great bounce quality at an affordable price. It is important though not to store them in humid places or locations subject to temperature changes that would cause cracks on the top panels. Prolonged stay under the sun (or even brief) can also cause the table to bend. Outdoor tables are much more resistant to impact and can stay outside all year long therefore, they are much more durable. For more details, you can download the comparison table in the 'Comparing Products' section.
Tables are delivered in kits with many pre-assembled pieces and an instruction manual. Furthermore we recommend that you check out the Youtube assembly video dedicated to your table before you start off. Assembly usually takes bewteen 1h30 to 2h for 2 persons.
Choosing the superior table, despite being more expensive, will provide a better bounce quality (because of a thicker panel) and additional features to the table such as more robust legs and frame, big wheels, better net and options to adjust the table. Superior coating will reduce sunglare such as MATTOP for outdoor tables or better bounce such as SKILTOP for competition tables. For more details, you can use our comparison tool or download our comparison table.
Yes, Cornilleau manufactures all kind of tables, indoor or outdoor for schools, clubs and collectivities. For these special tables, all the materials are reinforced to enhence the table durability and sustain intensive use. Additionally, Cornilleau manufactures a range o adapted rackets.
All tables with wheels can be used to train alone. You need to fold one side of the table to create a perpendicular wall that you can play against. Only fixed tables (Pro 510 and Competition 610) can't obviously suit this purpose.
Blue or green, it is a matter of taste. In sport and for competition, blue color is still the norm because of the contrast with the ball color and therefore catches the eye easily. Cornilleau offers grey color for Outdoor tables for aesthetics reasons, your table will fit much better in the background of your garden or terrace.
As old as 4/5 years of age, kids can start to play table tennis table. Clubs around your town are good places to practice even at a younger age. Although classical tables height is 76cm and therefore would allow 6 to 7 years oll kids to play, smaller adjustable tables such as 'Mini Table' are suitable.