Table Tennis

Corknet Portable Ping Pong Set

Corknet Portable Ping Pong Set

The Corknet is a portable table tennis set that gets its name from its two cork wedges. The freestanding wedges act as the net and have a compartment to store the ball when not in use. They stack on top of each other for easy storage.

Classic Wood Ping Pong Table

Classic Wood Ping Pong Table

This stunning ping pong / dining table is crafted from hardwood salvaged from colonial buildings in Saigon, cast iron legs from antique Japanese sewing machines, and topped off with a hand-stitched leather net. Includes paddles made from local timber and tooled leather.

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Awesome Ping Pong Finals

Awesome Ping Pong Finals

The final match of German league Borussia Dusseldorf’s Table Tennis Grand Prix turned into a funny and highly entertaining display of skill, thanks to the cooperation of finalists Stefan Fegerl and Kristian Karlsson. Things escalate at 1:45.

Table Tennis Trainer Concept

Table Tennis Trainer Concept

Thomas Mayer’s Interaction Design thesis project is a table tennis training program. The program is projected onto the playing surface itself, where players can view their¬†stats, try¬†interactive exercises and add visual effects when playing.

Ping Pong Casual Smash Return

Ping Pong Casual Smash Return

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.

Cardboard Table Tennis Set

Cardboard Table Tennis Set

From the makers of the cardboard foosball table comes this miniature cardboard table tennis set. It measures about 64″x 35″x 30″, has an integrated scoreboard and comes with four paddles and two soft balls. Available in white and brown.

Becoming a Table Tennis Expert

Becoming a Table Tennis Expert

Table tennis coach Ben Larcombe hoped to train Sam Priestley from a newbie into one of England’s top 250 players within a year. They didn’t meet their goal, but Sam’s progress is still a testament to dedication. Now we wait for the parodies.

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