To mark the launch of our newest table that is set to be released next month we decided to shoot all of our tables that have had some design changes and improvements made to them.
One of the most common question we get asked is how to change the price of play on an Essex straight six coin mechanism.
Over time pool table cushions will go hard over time and you will need to replace them.
They are both created in different ways and the type used will impact how your balls play on the surface.
The Outback pool table is specifically designed for outdoor use.
A Pool Dining table is a mix between a pool table and a dining table and one of our newest designs. It comes with two wooden or glass table covers. So after you are finished playing you can put them on the table and sit down for a meal. We currently offer 6 different pool… Read more »
You will most likely find a Coin-Operated pool table in a pub and these are the ones you have to pay to play on. They are bigger and heavier tables that have deeper bodies to accommodate the coin mechanism. You can pick between a standard Essex Straight Six Coin Mechanism or an electronic one. The… Read more »
A Freeplay pool table is the standard table which you are likely to find in homes or businesses. They are free to play so you don’t have to put any money in. Slightly different to the Coin-Operated tables as all of the balls come out of one end of the table. Our Freeplay pool table… Read more »
At DPT all of our pool tables are handmade in the UK. We design and build everything in our factory in Liverpool. Our pool table range includes several types of tables. These include the Coin-Operated, Freeplay, Pool Dining and Outback tables. We have several different models of each table so you have quite a lot… Read more »
Aramith balls are used by leagues and in tournaments around the world. They are the only company who make their balls out of pure phenolic resin which means they normally last 5 times longer than standard balls. Unlike other companies who use polyester or another polymer. Aramith’s phenolic resin means their balls will not fade,… Read more »
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