Despite the Engrish subtitle of “Ping Pong Boring,” this clip is anything but dull. In it, you’ll see table tennis players use their precision aim to perform a variety of trick shots, and just generally being silly. Also, we might have to try that fishing line trick.
Practice your ping pong game with Trainerbot. Use its app to specify a shot type, spin and location and it will get it right every time. You can also program a string of shots as one drill, or play right away with its random, smash and beginner modes. It holds up to 30 balls.
Handcrafted wooden ping pong tables. The limited edition Model 1 has a leather and canvas net and is divided into four customizable panels. The Model 2 is a Baltic Birch and oak table with a plank for a net. Balls and paddles are included.
With such a small playing field countering a smash in table tennis takes lightning quick reflexes. Or you could just have massive amounts of luck and style. His opponent’s reaction says it all.
These guys played ping pong at the London Underground without any of the necessary equipment. Not even a ball. All they needed was to make that crisp sound of hollow plastic bouncing on wood reverberate in the subway.
Check out the precision in this extraordinary ping pong trick shot from Josep Antón Velázquez. His serves must have the perfect amount of spin, speed, height and placement to pass through the holes of the wood to finish the trick. Bravo, sir.
Huzi’s red oak plywood coffee table doubles as a compact ping pong table. Its surface is coated with a chalkboard surface is great for doodling or keeping score. Measures 29.9″ x 14.2″ x 16.14″ and includes two paddles, a ball and an eraser.
Raise office morale with Poppin’s Ping Pong Conference Table. It has drawers on either end to store items for work and play, and the central panel can manage cables or hold the net up.
What game can you play with a couple of crushed up paper cups and a penny anywhere you go? How about the latest sensation that’s sweeping the nation – Penny Pong. No nets required.
Designed by Stephan Copeland, Pongo has everything you need to play table tennis, including a retractable net with receptacles that don’t need to be clamped. Comes with a drawstring pouch.
The James Perse Limited Edition Ping Pong Table is handcrafted from environmentally farmed solid teak; the net and cover can be removed to convert the game room into a dining or conference room.
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