Ultra-Lightweight Table Tops for close-up, parlor, stage, street

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Postby Frank Starsinic » 10/15/08 03:01 PM

For the first time we made tables in advance and are selling them for 15% off.

The large table was $245 and is now $208
http://theambitiouscard.com/aitem.cfm?i ... &ref=genii

The small table was $195 and is now $165
http://theambitiouscard.com/aitem.cfm?i ... &ref=genii

This sale will end when this batch of tables is sold out.
I believe all surfaces are in green.
They are rock solid, rigid, sturdy, strong, beautiful, but extremely lightweight. The small table weighs in at about 6 lbs.

The "other side" of the table sports a dice stacking surface.
Thanks for looking.

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Postby Kent Gunn » 10/15/08 03:35 PM

Frankster,

Can you tell us the height of the tables? If it's adjustable, I'd appreciate that knowledge as well.

Thank you sir!
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Postby erdnasephile » 10/15/08 04:31 PM

Frank:
What is the model number of the stand pictured under the table please? Can you get it from the musicians friend website you mention on your website? Thanks!
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Postby Donal Chayce » 10/15/08 05:54 PM

Kent Gunn wrote:Frankster,

Can you tell us the height of the tables? If it's adjustable, I'd appreciate that knowledge as well.

Thank you sir!


Kent, I think Frank is making and selling only the table top--the stand would be up to you.
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Postby Bill Duncan » 10/15/08 06:48 PM

More importantly, are you going to submit them to Genii or MUM for product review?
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Postby Frank Starsinic » 10/15/08 11:18 PM

I will talk to the table maker about loaning one out for review.
We discussed the idea a couple years ago and he seemed to like the idea.

The legs are up to you. I use a plain old restaurant tray stand that can be found virtually anywhere. Restaurant supply houses, online, etc. For about $35. Then you can adjust it all you want by various methods. Uncomplicated.

Kent, the good news for you is that the table maker said he can custom fit a cup holder on yours so you have a place to put a cocktail.

Ed, check out
http://www.traystandworld.com/
and look for the mahogany molded stand.
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Postby Kent Gunn » 10/16/08 12:56 AM

Frank,

I hope it's a big cup holder! I hate making the waitress come back every five minutes just to fill my scotch and soda back up.

(What else would a magician drink?)
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Postby Frank Starsinic » 10/17/08 01:50 PM

The table man says he'll send a table. Now to find out who/where to send it.
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