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Infiltrating Prowler





Portland, OR

 Breotan wrote:
The design doesn't facilitate extensions. They chose the dimensions they had mostly because of what the community used.
That is fair, it just means it doesn't fit into what I can use. I did find that Game Anywhere Tables, however, is modular to do what I wanted. Originally I didn't look at them because it looked like a folding table topper, but their new GAT-54 table makes it look like a standard gaming table. So it looks like I will be going that route instead.

 
   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut





Everett, WA

Last stretch goal hit. Clear PVC table cover. A little too pricy for me at this point, unfortunately, unless I drop other add-ons. I'll have to think about it.

Edit: Nah, I'll just get something second hand from a thrift store can call it a day.



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Decrepit Dakkanaut





Everett, WA

Final two hours (it closes at 8:00 AM PST on 9/28/17).

I've decided to forgo most of the accessories and stick to the 6' x 4' table with the cover/desk boards so I can also use it as a dining table in my kitchen.

Given that they're ready to start production once they receive the money, I don't expect that fulfillment dates will slip much.

I also like the fact that they've been polling backers early so they have an idea on what to expect so they can schedule things accordingly. I also like that they haven't been going around promising everyone the moon just to hit a stretch goal or to get a little more money from pre-orders.

It's interesting to see the wood workers in the comments asking about technical details of production, "Process Steps, Lead Time, Plant Rate, Value Added Time, Takt Time, etc."

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Haughty Harad Serpent Rider





Richmond, VA

 oni wrote:
Looks like a great table for board gaming, but it's unusable for Warhammer 40,000 and AoS.

The GW RoBG's will not fit into it as it's not a true 6x4 playing area. I assume game mats will also not fit.

So unfortunate; I absolutely would have backed this.


Hey oni, what did you wind up pledging for in the end?

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Decrepit Dakkanaut





Everett, WA

Okay, the pledge manager is up at www.pledgemanager.com

The only upgrade I went with was an extra set of legs so I could use the table as a dining table (normal legs) or as a gaming table (long legs). I saved a little money by selecting long legs as the default and then ordering medium legs as the upgrade. Doing the reverse would have added around $30 or so to the bill.

• 4.6 Basic Table of Ultimate Gaming **w/ NO LEGS** - Natural Light Wood Grain (reward)
• Table Leg Set - Reward Set - Tall Counter Height » Natural Light Wood Grain (reward)
• 4.6 Wood Table Top Covers - White (reward)
• 4.6 Playmat - Blue Mat (reward)
• Table Leg Set - Standard Height » Natural Light Wood Grain (add on)

Total cost: 1,105.17

*whew*

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Veteran Inquisitorial Tyranid Xenokiller






your mind

Holy ghost.
1100bux for a table.
I just built a guest bed from clear pine, granted it is natty but I could add all the power plugs and dragon etchings I want if I wanted and hide under the thing during an earthquake - it is tough - about 1/10th of the cost.
For a dedicated gaming table, hmmm, that thing is pretty if one has 1100bux for a table.

   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut





Everett, WA

If you look around, you'll find that most well built dining tables are similarly priced. I got the top covers so that I could also use this as a dining table. So, considering the dual use I'd say it's a pretty good deal as long as the final product lives up to the promises. Also, that price includes shipping which is expensive for a heavy table.

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Decrepit Dakkanaut





Everett, WA

I don't know if anyone else on Dakka bought one of these but I just got a notice that they're locking down orders and getting things ready for delivery.

We wanted to let you know that we're locking down Table of Ultimate Gaming: The Ultimate Game Table orders for fulfillment soon and wanted to be sure we have the correct address for you. If your address is correct below, you're all set!

I expect they're still on track for early March fulfillment which is a nice thing given how many kickstarters I've supported that have had dates slip by years.

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