Dutch Games

To our customers and future customers: We are asking for your feedback.

We have investigated different tables to support our sjoelbakken while playing and we think we found the supplier that has the table that meets this need. It is very sturdy (rated for 700 Lbs) and will keep the sjoelbak well supported steady and will not take too much room as it is only 18" wide. 

Our question to you: Do you think it would be a good idea to combine this table with the sjoelbak? Sold separately of course

Please leave your comments below. Thank you

Our target price for the table would be: $99 which includes shipping.

Here are the Specs:

by Dutch Games

Sjoelbak Table
Surface Material: Plastic Shape: Rectangle
Height: 30" Weight Capacity: 700 lb.
Features: Lightweight Blow-Molded Plastic, 16-Gauge Cantilevered Comfort Legs, Leg Brace Features Spring Loaded, Push Button, Operation for Stability Tabletop Color: Light Spotted Gray
Item: Meeting and Training Table Top Thickness: 2"
Width: 18" Length: 72"
Mfr Number: DG1872
Meeting and Training Table, Rectangle, Tabletop Color Light Spotted Gray, Surface Material Plastic, Top Thickness 2 In., Width 72 In., Depth 18 In., Height 30 In., Weight Capacity 700 lb., Features Lightweight Blow-Molded Plastic, 16-Gauge Cantilevered Comfort Legs, Leg Brace Features Spring Loaded, Push Button, Operation for Stability

Written by Reinier Heyden — December 01, 2015

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