Fat Cat Pool Tables

Fat Cat Pool Tables

In addition to Brunswick, Fat Cat Pool Tables are another exception to making quality types of pool tables. In my Review page, I have covered a table that you can play a quality game of pool. Well, for this post I am going to cover another pool table that you can play on that’s also from Fat Cat.

Other than looks, the only difference between this table and the Frisco II is that the balls falls through a chute landing in ball return as compared to just falling in a designated pocket. This kind of Fat Cat table that I found from Amazon is called the Tucson MMXI.

There’s a saying “To each his (their) own,” and I know that people have different preferences. So that’s why I decided to promote this kind of pool table on this site. Some people like to shoot pool on a table where the balls only fall in the pocket. Others like a pool table that has pool balls being in one slot of a pool table where all the balls are in one place. In my opinion, I am more in favor of the former as I like to pick up the balls after it falls in the pockets.

About the Tucson MMXI

This kind of pool table is has these specifications:

  • Distinctive arcade-style designed 7-foot billiard table with distinguished electric-blue playing surface
  • Play as if you were at your pool league, in the comfort of your home, with the easy ball return outfitted on this tasteful table
  • Equipped with 3/4″ MDF playing surface, rubber bumpers, and leg-levelers to keep your pool table level even on uneven flooring
  • Includes two pieces of chalk, resin triangle, two 57″ two-piece billiard cues, and set of 2-1/4″ billiard balls
  • Dimensions: 84″ L x 46-1/2″ W x 31″ H; Playfield measures 75″ L x 37-1/2″ W
  • Shipping Weight: 214.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping.
  • Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN): B00IQ8DASC
  • Item model number: 64-0146

Product description

The Tucson MMXI is one of Fat Cat’s highly rated billiard tables. Simply attach the heavy duty arcade style legs to the table’s base and you’re ready to play. Rubber bumpers make the hardest of bank shots a possibility. Equipped with a side ball return system, the Fat Cat Tucson collects and stores your billiard balls.

The stylish arcade-style Fat Cat Tucson MMXI 7-Foot Billiard Game Table will distinguish your game room with its electric-blue playing surface and sleek look. This billiards table lends an air of a billiards hall to your game room with the easy ball return similar to those in billiards halls.

Product review

This pool table has received a rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars. The general comments from the customers stated that it was easy to install and the most frustrating part of this pool table is getting it inside to go up a stairway of a two-story house.

One customer stated, “This table looks very sharp in person once it is all put together. It was very easy to set up and was a good buy. I have to say I was shocked that it was delivered by one guy, who so very nicely left it in my driveway and said ‘good luck getting it inside.’ as he left. NOT what I was expecting. I would have been happy to pay a little extra to have them bring it in and put it where I wanted. It took 3 people to move it and it was very heavy. Just expect to need some help transporting it when they deliver.”

Another customer stated, “The table is easy to set up, but will require two or more people male sure you have screw drivers handy.. It is heavy over 200 lbs. Very easy to level as well. The table itself is very nice for the price. The sticks that come with it are very light and generic. Great for kids though. I purchased two heavier 21 oz. Sticks and everything is great. I would recommend this to anyone.

In conclusion

I would like to thank you for taking the time to look through this post. I hope that you enjoyed reading it as well. If you, please share on social media. Also, if you have any comments, questions, or feedback, please add them in the comments section below, and I’ll do my best to respond back within 24 hours. Thanks for stopping by!

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4 thoughts on “Fat Cat Pool Tables

  1. Excellent article I’m going into my second year of college and me and my buddy/roommate are pool playing fanatics. That’s all we do. Until our pool table was broken do to an highly aggressive game of beer pong. We’ve been looking around for new pool tables and couldn’t seem to find any worth getting. But after reading this and having a in depth review of the pool table. I think we’re going to give this one a go. Wish you the best bro thanks for the help.

    1. Thanks so much, Heathguy!

      I do hope that you benefit from this kind of pool table or this one that doesn’t have a chute which I covered in my Review page. I only wish to be there to see you have lots of fun playing pool.

      Once again, thanks for commenting and looking forward to seeing you on future posts. Take care!

      Armand

  2. If your intention was to give a perfect breakdown of the Tucson MMXI… you pulled it off wonderfully.

    I wouldn’t even need to read the Amazon reviews based on your blog. You did a wonderful job of telling me all I needed to know to make a decision if I was going to buy this pool table.

    I like how you broke down the differences between this model and the other one and including the reviews right here on your page with what some customers have stated. It’s informative enough for me to make a decision just based on what you wrote.

    Nice job!

    1. Hi Dan and thanks for the comment! My intention is to not just give a breakdown of the Tuscon MMXI, it’s also to provide the best possible pool table for people to have the best experience when playing the game. You’re right, I’ve just put the most legitimate responses that I can find on Amazon on what people need to know to make an informed decision.

      Once again, thanks for commenting, and I’ll be posting many more quality products to review. Stay tuned…

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