- Frequently Asked Questions
- Air Hockey (11)>
- Can I use a home air hockey table in a communal area, such as a youth centre?
- What sort of power supply do I need?
- What is an Air Hockey Table & how does it work?
- What is the correct size of an Air Hockey table?
- What is the difference between home and commercial Air Hockey Tables?
- What features should I look for in an Air Hockey table?
- What replacement pucks & pushers are suitable for my table?
- Can I purchase a replacement fan for my air hockey table?
- How will my air hockey table be delivered?
- Air Hockey Table maintenance tips
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- How do I put music on my Jukebox?
- What is a Jukebox ?
- What are full size Jukebox dimensions ?
- What brand still manufactures bubbler style Jukeboxes ?
- Do Jukeboxes work with an iPod / iPhone ?
- What jukebox should I purchase for my pub or commercial premises ?
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- Pool Tables (11)>
- What is the correct cue size for my pool table?
- What room size do I need for my pool table?
- What is the difference between British and American pool ?
- What is the difference between MDF tables and Slate Bed tables?
- Will my table have accessories included with it?
- What is a full size British Pool Table ?
- How will my pool table be delivered ?
- Can my pool table be delivered upstairs ?
- How long will my pool table take to arrive ?
- What kind of coin-op earnings can I expect?
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What features should I look for in an Air Hockey table?
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Air hockey tables range from under £100 to over £4000, however the tables tend to improve both in terms of play quality and similarity to arcade standard tables as the price tag increases.
The best way to approach your choice is to decide on who will be using the table and how much use the table will receive. If for example you are purchasing the table for very young kids then a simple spec 5ft or 6ft air hockey will be ideal. The expensive electronic scorers are replaced by normal abacus style scorers and the size or height of the table is going to be appropriate.
If however the table is destined for teenagers or maybe into a school or youth club environment then you need to consider the larger and stronger models. Air hockey is a physical game and the table needs to be able to take the strain. At this stage you should be looking at tables that carry a larger puck size, have centrifugal fans to sure up the air flow and are 6ft to 8ft in size.
If you want the best of the best then only the commercial standard tables will suffice, these are very popular in home games rooms, youth clubs and schools because the true arcade standard of play is provided.