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Butterfly TR21 Personal Rollaway Table Tennis Table (Green)

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Product Description

Affordable, fold-and-roll table tennis table

3/4-inch wood table top, 1-1/2-inch steel railing rim, and 1-inch steel legs

Folds up to 74 inches high, 27 inches wide

Easy fold-and-roll system with 5-inch ball bearing casters

Backed by a three-year warranty

A great value for your home's rec room or for clubs and schools, the Butterfly TR21 Personal Rollaway Table Tennis Table
provides the highest level of performance in this price-range. This table features a 3/4-inch wood table top, 1-1/2-inch
steel railing rim, and 1-inch steel legs. The two safety levers on each table side provide an effective child safety
feature. It folds into the playback and storage positions without removing the net and post, which are included. It also
offers large, sturdy wheels (5-inch ball bearing casters) for easy movement. It folds up to 74 inches high, 27 inches
wide.

About Butterfly

Hikosuke Tamasu founded Tamasu Co., Ltd. in the small town of Yanai City, Japan in 1950. This was the beginning of a
company career which is almost unique in table tennis. A renowned international for Japan, Tamasu fulfilled his dream of
a lifetime when he made his hobby his profession. At that time, he could hardly imagine that he would make Butterfly the
leading brand worldwide. Creativity, durability, and a profound technical knowledge meant success. 0ver and over again
he looked for new possibilities in order to optimize techniques by innovative playing material. Tamasu realized that
each player is different and has strengths and weaknesses. By offering individual playing material Tamasu wanted to help
players right from the beginning to emphasize their individuality. Since 1983 Butterfly has its own training and
research center in Tokyo. Highly qualified scientists co-operate with world class players and coaches for the
development of rubber and blade technology. Butterfly's rubbers and blades are used by more than half of the
participants at World and European Championships.

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