Written on: 07/06/2013 by Sportsman1 (1 review written)
We purchased the escalade rhino hockey table and it was easy to put together and I did it by myself . We had had it for a few years and it still looks like new , I am having a problem with the electronic score panel , it won't work and sometimes goes on and off . How do i fix this problem… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2008 by camper6464 (1 review written)
Don't like the high price? Find one used on craigslist. Great fun, professional table. Play with 2 pucks on the table at the same time and that is the way to go. 3 pucks at the same time is a riot. If your pucks get slow, just file them down flat and they really fly. The pucks get dented in heavy action, so make sure to file them smooth. The electronic scoring seems to cut out and doesn't work sometimes… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2008
Very heavy and lots of work to assemble (though not complicated). Pucks drag. Overall well worth the money… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2007 by spricker (1 review written)
The Rhino Play Air-powered 7.5 ft Hockey Table is close to commercial grade; just like the ones found in the arcade but for a fraction of the price. The table works great for what it is and for the price!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2006 by dorio (1 review written)
We like playing with our Rhino Play Air-powered 7.5 ft Hockey Table without the nets in place. As it says in the instructions, you must use furniture polish to make the puck slide. Great fun!
It's pretty heavy, took two of us to carry it up two flights of stairs. Also it took only 40 minutes for assembly. Used 2 cordless screw drills. I know it would be tough without them.
Over all great fun. Assembly fairly easy. Everything worked. Loads of fun… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/06/2006 by cdhamma (1 review written)
I'm returning my Rhino Play Air-powered 7.5 ft hockey table to Costco. It was not worth the $$ we paid for it. Unfortunately, I wasted an entire evening of my time (and a friend's) dragging this huge, heavy (over 300 lbs) unwieldy table home. I read the reviews here and found the puck dragging stories to be completely true. The fact that there are no pre-drilled holes requires you to use an electric drill (or good electric screwdriver) to put in what seems like 50 or more screws. Glue is… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2006 by fritzsue (1 review written)
We purchased the Rhino Air Hockey Table from Costco in December 2005. Currently, $399cdn
Transporting home is tough, need a trailor or pick up as well as several strong adults for assistance, as the table weighs in at nearly 300 pounds.
Once home the box was in the house and laid flat, it opened easily. All of the components were individually boxed
I was impressed with the constructionDual fans are used by the unit, which places this table above most . the fans work quite… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/11/2005 by millertime007 (1 review written)
Overall I would not have bought the Rhino Play Air-Powered air hockey table had I known what was ahead of me. I prefer the Harvard air hockey tables best. This just happened to be on discount at a wholesale company… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/10/2005 by armd (1 review written)
We purchased the Rhino Air Hockey Table from Costco in October 2005. Currently, Costco is offering a manufacturer's rebate, so the cost is approximately $289. Forget about transporting this beast home in your car or small SUV. A full size pick-up or van is needed, as well as several strong adults for assistance, as the table weighs in at nearly 300 pounds.
Once the box was in the house and laid flat, it opened easily. All of the components were individually boxed and affixed to the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/09/2005 by bmathew (2 reviews written)
This is a review of the Rhino Play Air-powered 7.5 ft Hockey Table, Model G03996, made by Escalade Sports. It was purchased from Costco for $389.99 in August, 2005.
There is no information that I could find regarding this product on the web at this writing.
Disclaimer: I am not a very experienced table hockey player.
The table looks nice: black with silver trim, with a bright blue playing surface. It weighs about 260 lbs.
Assembly takes about 3 hours and requires about 3 adults to turn… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2010 by SoHung (1 review written)
Wow, some dumb comments, 'it took two of us to carry it up two flights of stairs', well it is a full size air hockey table! You were you expecting to carry it up by yourself?? Alot of complaints about its weight.. When it comes to rec room games the heavier the better. Pool tables, foosball, ping pong, any game is better when they are heavy, it's generally a sign of better quality. They are much more stable and harder to disturb, you would rather it move all over when you lean on it? A tip for… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/05/2010
does any one has the phone number to call my air hockey table doesn't work ever since i bought it.
firstname.lastname@example.org… Read Full Review
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