Packaging and assembly of your BT 500 table:
Your BT 500 kit comes dismantled in a package measuring 81 cm high, 146 cm long, and 15 cm thick with a 167 cm diagonal. Your full BT 500 kit weighs 36 kg.
How to assemble the tableYou'll need a friend and a bit of time :)
How to fold and unfold your BT 500:
You only need 3 minutes to unfold your BT500 table:
- Unscrew and remove the adjusting wheel on each side of the table.
- Pull the top of the table towards you into a horizontal position. Bring out the second table leg at the same time.
- Tighten the adjusting wheels (2 on each side) so that the legs remain stable.
To fold up your table, just do the opposite. And it's easy to know which side to fold: the angled foot stays still while the right foot is retractable.
Everything you need for starting out in just one set:
With this set, you have everything you need for starting out.
In addition, your BT 500 billiards table comes with:
- two pool cues, 122 cm (or 48" length) with a 12 mm diameter tip.
- 15 numbered pool balls, 44 mm diameter.
- 1 triangle for placing your balls at the beginning of a game, and 1 brush for cleaning the tabletop.- Chalk for the tip of your pool cues
Size, weight, and shape, we'll tell you everything:
And just the table? It weighs 33 kg and measures 79 cm high, 140 cm long, and 76 cm wide with a playing surface that measures 64.2 x 128.5 cm. The bed's thickness measures 15 mm.
Once folded, your billiards table measures 169 cm high!To play comfortably, the ideal playing space is 13.5 m²
Marbles or balls? HOLES OR POCKETS? HERE IS SOME POOL VOCABULARY.
If you ever hear the term "holes" in reference to pool, that isn't the right word for the sport!
That's right! If you want to start playing pool, you'll need to put balls in the pockets (not the holes).
But how? By shooting the white ball with a cue. Here we talk about a cue, rather than a stick.
Are you learning to play pool? Our team has some tips for starting out:
Contrary to popular misconceptions, billiards is actually a sport! And an accuracy sport in this case.
Take your time finding a stable stance so that you are comfortable and capable of reproducing the same accurate movement.
Finally, rather than leaving it to chance, rely on strategy, accuracy, and success.
Makes sense? Visualise your shots and dare to shoot at the pack to see what you can get :)