Coin Operated Pool Tables are ideal for having fun through pool games, to entertain your family, friends and kids. These pool tables are used on commercial lines and are subject to a license.

Coin operated Pool tables are available with electronic multi coin mechanism and mechanical coin operation system. They are also available with magnet mechanism which uses magnetic balls that holds an in-built magnet into the core of the cue ball. If a magnetic cue ball falls into the pocket, a magnetic detector separates it from the numbered balls and brings it at the opening side of the table using a deflecting device.

In the case of oversized cue ball, the difference in size allows it to get separated from the other balls before falling into the storage compartment. They are then directed through a second chute and falls on the opening side of the table. In spite of few shortcomings, today, coin-operated pool tables use both the oversized and magnetic cue balls alternately. There are also certain tables with automatic ball return assembly.

Coin operated pool tables are available with all accessories such as cues, numbered balls, brush, triangle, chalk, chalk holder, and cover. The manufacturer delivers them at your door step safely packed inside a wood crate. The legs are packed separately which can be fitted by screwing. There are a large number of manufacturers who offer maintenance free models of pool tables with all the additional equipments needed for playing. Coin operated Pool tables are available in six, seven and eight feet long models.

Coin operated Pool tables are available for young kids above 12 years accompanied by parent. They are placed in public areas such as restaurants, arcades, hotel and hospitability establishments, pub and cafe centers, and corporate recreational clubs. Coin Operated Pool Tables are available in a number of models differing in sizes, playing surface area, slate size as well as weight.

Source by Alison Cole