Elite Innovations X1 Everest Pool Table

Jul 25, 2017

Category: Living

Though they take up a lot of space, there’s no denying the allure of having your own pool table. But why settle for a boring old wood and felt one when you can get your hands on something unique and made from space-age materials – like Elite Innovations’ X1 Everest.

A see-through pool table would be impressive by itself, but they’ve taken it into the stratosphere by combining glass and metal with a material on the playing surface called Vitrik – a mesh-imbedded compound that’s both extremely resilient, shock-resistant, and mimics the rolling resistance of felt perfectly (but without as much required maintenance). The bumpers are wrapped with Warwick’s Global Suede and there’s also an option for LED uplighting. These 8 by 4-foot tables are extremely limited, however, as the company produces just five per year, so you’ll want to get in touch with them sooner than later if you want one.

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