PONGO PORTABLE TABLE TENNIS RED

Designer:  Stephan Copeland

$40.00

This portable table tennis set provides instant fun day or night, rain or shine, on any smooth surface. nNo mounting required! Set includes 2 paddles with retractable handles, portable net, 2 balls and drawstring pouch for storage and transport. Its weighted net can be set up on any smooth surface table up to 72" (183 cm).

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This portable table tennis set provides instant fun day or night, rain or shine, on any smooth surface. nNo mounting required! Set includes 2 paddles with retractable handles, portable net, 2 balls and drawstring pouch for storage and transport. Its weighted net can be set up on any smooth surface table up to 72" (183 cm).

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Description
  • No mounting required
  • Everything included - no extra accessories are needed to play the game!
  • Weighted net can be set up on any smooth surface up to 72" (183 cm) wide
  • Includes 2 paddles with retractable handles, portable net and 2 balls and a drawstring pouch for storage


ITEM NUMBER: 480280-909
MATERIAL: Molded Plastic
DIMENSIONS: 7 x 6 x 7" (18 x 15 x 18 cm)
PATENTS: U.S. Patent. No. 8,182,374 , Patent Pending
Stephan Copeland

Stephan Copeland is an industrial designer known for crafting mobility. Born in 1960 in Montreal, Copeland’s kinetic approach to design began as a child making toys and bicycles. Today his...

Stephan Copeland is an industrial designer known for crafting mobility. Born in 1960 in Montreal, Copeland’s kinetic approach to design began as a child making toys and bicycles. Today his professional work is defined by interactive quality of toys and by the play they inspire. Copeland has won several of the industry’s top awards and has been widely published and exhibited for design innovation. Best known for a ground-breaking collection of lighting desins, Copeland has also pioneered new levels of performance for computer ergonomics and disabled cycling. Inspired by exploration and adventure, he has traveled extensively in an international career that has included studios in Montreal, Los Angeles, Milan, New York and a six year tour as a professional seaman. His design vision is inspired by his sporting and athletic pursuits.

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