Bayside Coin Pool Table w/DBA
High-performance from a new coin
You can bank on it!
In Bay City, MI—a town that reflects its
proximity to the Saginaw Bay in the water and its name—designing finely
engineered, yet straightforward coin operated pool tables has been a way of life
for nearly 50 years. While the name over the door at 333 Morton Street changed
to Shelti, the devotion to improve a table's maintenance, playability, and
overall profitability remains the same.
Quite simply, we know the less a technician is called to a table, the more you
make while the table is played. And, years of league and tournament experience
taught us that pool players in the know will choose the better table. It
determines where they line up money for the next game. And, that reflects where
we all know it matters most—in the cash box.
With Dollar Bill
Shelti and Horizon Games have teamed up
to bring you the new Electronic Bayside Pool Table with dollar bill acceptor
that is fully programmable with all you would expect in an electronic pool
table. A few features of this advanced control system include: rack play, time
play, speed pool, varied pricing, discount pricing, free play and game audits.
Call 205-324-7526 for Price
Bayside Model - with Dollar Bill Acceptor - Sovereign
Bayside Model - with Dollar Bill Acceptor - Charcoal Matrix
Single-Piece Ball Trap Actuator Arm
Eliminates the push chute end and functions with less moving parts than
other major manufacturers' tables.
Unitized Table Construction
Requires precision fit between the side and end aprons to the top rails
and zinc die-cast corners. Adds to the cabinet's overall structural
integrity and better ball response.
Provides the straightness and density characteristics for accurate and more
Enlarged chalk openings in all six (6) arms and three (3) in the center
return are wide enough for the chalk to go through on angles, reducing
Championship Mercury Ultra 19-Ounce; 75% Wool / 25% Nylon Fabric Blend Cloth
Shaved and finished to look and play with the speed of a worsted cloth.
Regulation Size Play Areas
Twice the "nose-to-nose" length of the width: 44" x 88" (101" table); 40" x
80" (93" table); and 37.25" x 74.5" (88" table). The 2:1, length-to-width
play dimensions are critical for bank shots to respond at consistent angles
for accurate pocketing.
Simplified Ball Trap Assembly With Bi-Fold Door Pivots
Enables trap assembly repairs and replacement to be performed through the
service door without removing the slate.
Anodized Aluminum Rail Trim
Full-coverage with fasteners under the rail to reduce contact and snags with
Affixed with bolts that include a plastic shoulder washer to precisely
locate the cushion rail at the proper play height. Tested and proven to
provide exceptional ball rebound and accuracy off the rails.
Tavern-Tested Magnetic And Oversize Cue Separator
Works with Aramith's Standard (Cat's Eye) and Tournament (Green Dot/PR)
Magnetic Cue Balls, and Magnetic Maroon Dot and "Mud Balls".
Precision measured and ground as necessary for flatness within 10/1,000ths
(0.010") of an inch. Ensures true ball roll.
High-Impact Molded Legs
Made of plastic resins, reinforced with fiberglass. Legs overlap the
aprons, adding to the overall table appearance and strength.
Interchangeable Parts With Other Major-Manufacturer Tables
Including cushion rails, slate, and more.
with 12 Legs Bolts, Warranty Registration
Kit: Includes Balls, Cues, Chalk, and Triangle
x 50½"W. x 32"H. x 695 lbs.
93"—93¼"L. x 53¼"W. x 32"H. x 750 lbs.
101"—101"L. x 56"W. x 32"H. x 875 lbs.
Apron Ht: 17½"
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