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The table-top gaming system you have been waiting for. Adjustable, expandable, durable and a lot of fun: www.UltimateGameTable.com
The table-top gaming system you have been waiting for. Adjustable, expandable, durable and a lot of fun: www.UltimateGameTable.com
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Specs - for 3 Tables of Ultimate Gaming - in 3 heights

Posted by Wood Robot (Creator)
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    1. Wood Robot 2-time creator on

      Hey Erich these seem to be standard chairs. I think really it comes down to each person and you need the table at your home so you can test it. Hard for us to give guidance as chairs are pretty subjective.

    2. Erich Cranor
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      Excellent! But I guess I failed to ask my real question. What height are you finding works well? Is the 12" difference good, and are you measuring that to the 'upper deck' or the game surface? I figure I'll have a few months to quest for the perfect set of bar stools if I know what height I need. Thanks!

    3. Wood Robot 2-time creator on

      Erich of course we have been using these tables for months, we have had them at the worlds largest gaming convention GenCon and done massive testing. Your knees are safe!

    4. Erich Cranor
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      on

      Have you done any testing with chair/stool heights? 12" below table height seems a common guideline but it doesn't look like that would leave enough knee room.

    5. Wood Robot 2-time creator on

      Hi Yes it is the 600k Stretch Goal. We are working on the costing now so we will release that hopefully in the next few days! It is a cool table!

    6. Ravendas on

      By that, I mean the Toug 2.4

    7. Ravendas on

      I may have missed it, but what's the cost for the smaller coffee table looking like?

    8. Wood Robot 2-time creator on

      SDP the gap is about two inches or so under a standard table so about 7 inches under counter height

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      Matthias on

      Thanks for the Information!

    10. S.D. P on

      Would be able to post the hell tower specs as well? I'm interested to know how much gap I'd have if placed it under the counter height table.