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MD Sports 7-1/2 ft. Courtland Billiard Table with Bonus Cue Rack
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MD Sports 7-1/2 ft. Courtland Billiard Table with Bonus Cue Rack

Item# 00601457000P | Model# 39010 | Added on August 30, 2012
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Play straight pool, 9-ball and more with this 7.5 ft. billiard table
Outfit your game room with the 7.5 ft. Courtland Billiard Table. This wood veneer table will make an excellent centerpiece and provide hours of friendly competition amongst friends.
This 7.5 ft. billiard table comes with all accessories you need for billiards, including a bonus cue rack that hangs on the wall and organizes your cue sticks, balls and more.

  • 7.5 ft. Courtland Billiard Table with bonus cue rack
  • Furniture quality wood veneer top rail with scratch resistant coating
  • 3/4 inch play surface
  • Complete with all accessories
  • Weighs 279 pounds
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by k-9-k-2
September 18th, 2012
Good Product for the price!

I bought this pool table for me and my friends for just basic fun. None of is are by any means "Pool Sharks" and cant pull of any amazing trick shots, However this table is incredibly well for the price i payed. The table came in a relatively big box (still smaller than expected) and even though the web site says it only weighs about 200-300 pounds, when its in the box with all the packaging, weighs more like 500 pounds or so. This pool table is i believe the exact same thing as the other East Sports Pool table sears sells as well for about the same price. The only complaints I have to say about this product is that the table is slightly un-level around the edges. It makes it easy to sink a ball along the edge of the table because it will keep curving closer to the rail and bouncing back to it. Other than that, its easy to level the rest of the table with a 3' level (There is adjustable screws on all 4 legs as well as 2 places you can raise or lower in the middle).

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by swim-mom
January 2nd, 2013
playing surface so uneven... can't play

We were so excited to get this reasonably priced pool table for our family fun... We weren't expecting a "top of the line", but did want something that you could actually play on. We put it together rather easily and the instructions were clear. The biggest and only complaint, is that the playing surface is uneven, slanting down on all 4 edges. The table itself is level, but the playiing surface is so uneven, we can't even play as the balls just roll to the edges and pockets. We noticed some preceeding comments about how to adjust, but with the limited information our efforts were unsuccessful. If anyone else has any tips on how to correct.. we would greatly appreciate your feedback on this site with a review. HELP!!!!! we are so disappointed....

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DANA HEBERT
March 22nd
2bye4

Good Table for the Price

For the price this is a good table. After reading a couple of the reviews I paid for the delivery and I'm glad I did, the item is heavy. I could of pickup the item at my local Sears store without a problem(have a big truck), but there is no way we could have gotten it off the truck and into the play room. The delivery guys delivering put it right in the play room for me.
As for the level problems stated in other reviews, not a problem. First, when you put the table top on the bed base don't tighten the screws but finger tight. Second, make sure the center level brackets under the table are fasten to the table and then pull down by tightening counterclockwise; this brings the top down flat. Now level the table with a level. Finally check to see how the cue ball rolls when it comes to a stop, if it hooks in towards the center on one side, tighten the screws. This pulls the top to the out rails. I think the problem the one reviewer was having was that they over tighten those screws to begin with and it pull the top on the edges causing the ball to hug the rail.
My tabel is perfectly level and the balls roll true.

January 26th via sears.com
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mareka

surface in not even at the edges

This table has issue with all four edged being lover than the top surface. It looks like last 6 inches around the perimeter of the table are slanting down. This defect makes balls to roll towards the bumper or fall into packet.
I have tried to pull table down with adjusting screws, but without success.
I could not reach manufacturer http://themdsports.com/contact due to they website being down.
I will return table to sears.

January 23rd via sears.com
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rc51

Not bad but!!!!

Lumps under felt.
Holes to mount the top do not line up.
Call for help.
Do not bother with that it's a waste of time.

January 17th via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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UnbiasedReview

Leveling Tips

Having just had my ?ah-ha? moment with this pool table, and finally success at leveling it, I had to share in case others are having problems. Overall, FOR THE PRICE, this is a decent pool table.
Delivery from Sears is a nightmare. Didn?t show up the first time. Came and went too early the second time. Very terrible service from Sears, but I finally got it in time for Christmas. Be warned?this thing is HEAVY. Very, very heavy.
Setup for me (I did it all alone) took about 5 hours; slower than other reviewer times, but I would have struggled to do it any faster and my fingers were bloody and blistered after those 5 hours from hand tightening everything! A few of the holes did not line up (not even close) but I was able to work around the poor workmanship and get it to work.
The problem comes with the leveling. I?m not in construction, but I?m also not an idiot when it comes to tools. But for the life of me I could not get this thing leveled. The problem is the edges are built so the table slants down on the edges; no matter what I tried (and I tried a lot) I could not get this thing leveled to a satisfactory degree. One side was always higher than the other even though I raised and lowered every leg and the under table adjusters. The unlevel playing service was noticeable as balls would roll too much toward the lower side. But then I read a recent review and realized what to do. There are two wooden beams under the table that allow you to raise or lower the table (primarily the center of the table). On mine, I needed the center of the table to go a lot lower than it would so the rails/sides would be at the same height. To do this, I drilled new holes in those center beams?about �? above the pre-cut holes. I think I used a 3/8" spade bit. After drilling four of these and reattaching it to the table, I was able to actually lower the table enough to get the whole thing leveled. It really is simple (and really stupid that it must be done) but I didn?t get it until another review mentioned this too. I bought some carpet mover gliding disks (small) to put under the legs and it helps with the leveling (my table sits on a rug on top of carpet) and also makes it easy to move the table or straighten the rug it sits on.
Overall, FOR THE PRICE, it is a decent table. But, poor manufacturing workmanship and absolutely TERRIBLE customer service and delivery from Sears made it much more of a hassle than it should have been. I don?t think the description mentions it, but it comes with pool balls, chalk, and two cue sticks.

January 16th via sears.com
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ambro24

EASY LEVELING FIX!

This table is great! Folks, don't expect it to be perfectly level when you put the last screws in. That wouldn't make any sense. First, make sure your base is level to the floor by adjusting the feet at each corner and measuring at the rails with a carpenter's level. Next, when you first install the top, the surface of the table is going to be too high in the center, so you need to raise the perimeter. It's an easy and logical fix. Get a marble, a small rectangular piece of glass from a picture frame and buy a $4 package of wood shims. Loosen, but do not remove, the 18 bolts around the underside of the table AND loosen the 2 leveling brackets in the center underneath. Slide 2 shims under each end of the table and 4 under each side, evenly spaced. Slip them in about half way. Now tighten the 2 brackets in the middle all the way down. The table will still be slightly high in the middle. Carefully use your glass from a picture frame and place it on the FELT along the perimeter. Place a marble on the glass to measure evenness on all edges as you go. If it's level, the marble won't roll off the glass. Work the shims in around the table until each area is level and the marble no longer rolls to the edge. Loosen your 18 bolts just a little as necessary to get your shims in, BUT DON'T LET THEM COME ALL THE WAY OUT. When it's all nice and level and your marble stays put, tighten perimeter bolts. You can always loosen and adjust shims in the future. Enjoy your perfectly level table and have fun.

January 14th via sears.com
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Fishguy558

Please don't waste your money on this!

This table can not be leveled properly because it is
raised in the middle so when you break all of the balls
just go to the edges and eventually into the pockets.

January 13th via sears.com
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raes2

Great Buy

This is a great buy for the price. My husband and I have played everyday since we received it. Easy assembly and great play once you get it leveled. You need to be sure to level all the legs and the 2 levelers underneath the surface. The wood finish is a bit lighter than the picture which made it look even nicer. It's more of a medium cherry than a dark walnut. The legs are plastic on the outside with mdf supports on the inside, which doesn't look bad at all. Overall, if you are looking for a low priced good pool table, then this is it.

January 8th via sears.com
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HondaDriver

Great Table for the Price-If you know what you are doing!

Received the table on 12/18 and it took me several hours to put everything together,working alone. Used my own tools. Set my power driver to the lowest setting which worked fine. Just don't over torque any of the screws. Did not put the table together upside-down but rather assembled the base and laid the top on it and secured it to the base. Again, without any help just used the shipping box to prevent the base from moving and leaned the top onto the table and slowly levered it into place. Leveling was no too bad. I had to lower the two cross members, underneath the table, about a half an inch and drilled new holes to secure to the plastic brackets. The reason was that i didn't have enough range to lower the center of the table to prevent the balls from driving towards the side rails. That worked fine and the the table is level, ball travel is straight and the table is rock solid. Looks excellent in my den and is a great addition not to mention the price is right.

December 29th, 2013 via sears.com
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DallasStunna

Don't waste your cash!!!!!

I seen this product while I was shopping for tools in store and I thought to myself I should take this home!!!! Boy was I wrong. I have only had this table for 2 days and I WISH I COULD HAVE MY MONEY BACK. Upon taking items out of the boxes I noticed right away the laminate on the cue rack is EXTREMELY LOW QUALITY. It was not even attached in some areas. I had to get glue before they got broken off. Assembly took at least 3 or 4 hours and now that all the screws that hold the tabletop to cabinet are screwed in, the tabletop still moves around. The felt on my table is faded and one of the bumpers has a a very dark stain on. Both show up very well against the other vivid areas of the table. The top of side rails have indentions from the poor packaging of this item. I thought the finish on the table would be a good idea except for the fact that it is bubbled in some areas & is highly noticeable. The Like other reviewers said balls will just fall in after the table is leveled, possibly due to an uneven playing surface. My expectations were not high for the sub $300 price tag but I did expect a better quality product. I wish I saved my cash and put towards a real table. If you want a table without breaking the bank i suggest you avoid this and buy off craigslist.

December 21st, 2013 via sears.com
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Liz2000

So far so good

I got it on sale after Thanksgiving. Have being playing with the kids for a week and it works great. The material is not decent, basically plastic and MDF which looks like thick cardboard, and putting it together was not very easy. But when it is done it looks good. I used a leveler and the surface is very level (but you have to be very careful during assembly to ensure it's level). For the price it's perfect for kids and casual playing.

December 15th, 2013 via sears.com
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gyoung70

Perfect table to start with if you have small children that will be playing

A lot of the previous reviews are obviously written by people that do not know how to use a level and are not mechanically inclined. My wife and I put this table together in an hour and this is actually our second one, we gave away the first one to friends when we moved. For $300, you just cannot beat this price, anyone expecting it to be made out of solid cherry wood have never shopped for a real table, solid wood tables start at $2000! If you have small children that will be using the table, I very much recommend buying one of these until they are in high school and then you can go out and buy an authentic Olhausen wood table for 5 grand. Also, if you are not good with tools, I would suggest adding in the setup option for an additional cost or at least asking a carpenter friend to supervise.

December 1st, 2013 via sears.com
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palmdalejt

Good table for the Price!

Great price for a beginners table, wanted a big bad slate table but with still 2 pre-teen kids in the house was afraid it would get ruined/damaged Sears had this at the end of summer for an incredible $349.00 plus had a %20 coupon (lol) bottom line delivered for less than $390.00 Ste up was fairly easy. leveling the ends was not bad still working on getting the center to drop just a hair so the balls do not do a 45 degree turn and fall into them. The table play is smooth, however it is not as fast as a Slate table would be and the felt is not top of the line, I picture the felt going out first on this. As other reviews state the legs are plastic wrapped, but look pretty rustic once all together and set up. as far as having 4 people like suggested, I find that may be an over kill for most. once you get the bottom frame together simply lean the upper table against the lower, have someone on the opposite side to hold the lower frame from moving (my 12 year old daughter did this with no issues) once you have it pretty much lined up long ways, slowly scoot it down so you can get your hands underneath and raise while allowing the top top to slowly go down takes all about 30 seconds to lay the top on the lower frame, line up the screw holes underneath and your in business. all in all took about 3 hours to put together and install and 99% level to a playable condition. Like I mentioned I will work on the center following other reviews to see if I can notch the center down a hair or 2? unfortunately Sears did not have this in stock so I was forced to pay for $69,00 shipping and after seeing how long and wide the box was I am now glad I had it delivered, the guys from Sears put it on the dolly and rolled it right into the garage/man cave and set it on one side allowing me room to install. It remains to be seen how long this table will last being in a some what controlled room environment being wood/composite. I am hopeful it will last around 5 years or more at which time I will upgrade to a slate table.

October 5th, 2013 via sears.com
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Shane Sarmiento

nice.

nice set. nice set. nice set. nice set.nice set. nice set. nice set. nice set.nice set. nice set. nice set. nice set.nice set. nice set. nice set. nice set.

August 4th, 2013
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leftyrbiii

Very good pool table for the money !

I just received my pool table today there was only a little damaged on the inside underneath the pool table which it did not matter... The guys did a great job delivering the pool table in the basement of my house... I took my time assembling the parts together... The instructions were simple but you will need some help putting this table together.... There was no issue with the level of the pool table once i installed it... The table looks great & there is no visible damage to the table other than the minor damaged underneath which you can't see anyway... We already played a few games & it play great for the money ! I am definitely pleased with this purchase... Also, be prepared to drill in a few holes only...

May 11th, 2013 via sears.com
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swim-mom

playing surface so uneven... can't play

We were so excited to get this reasonably priced pool table for our family fun... We weren't expecting a "top of the line", but did want something that you could actually play on. We put it together rather easily and the instructions were clear. The biggest and only complaint, is that the playing surface is uneven, slanting down on all 4 edges. The table itself is level, but the playiing surface is so uneven, we can't even play as the balls just roll to the edges and pockets. We noticed some preceeding comments about how to adjust, but with the limited information our efforts were unsuccessful. If anyone else has any tips on how to correct.. we would greatly appreciate your feedback on this site with a review. HELP!!!!! we are so disappointed....

January 2nd, 2013 via mygofer.com
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ramosperez42

Pool table

Very good Pool Table, The only thing that I would change is the legs, the picture shows wood legs, no where it tells that those are plastic put together legs. But I must admit for the price is very reasonable.

December 12th, 2012 via sears.com
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hammertoad

Terrible packaging

I bought this online during the black Friday sale for the kids for Christmas. I expected that eventually the kids would trash the table, so it was a good buy for that reason. I did not expect to open the box (which had been previously opened and then taped shut) and discover that the top was scratched, dented and chipped. Calls, emails and chat sessions with Sears have not yielded any results.

As for the table, it was relatively easy to put together. I would recommend removing the protective film prior to putting anything together. Also, be careful when tightening screws as the pressed board pieces will split (even when tightening by hand). It is a bit of a trick to get the playing surface level, so expect to spend some quality time with a level, allen wrench and screwdriver.

December 9th, 2012 via sears.com
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mrdailous

Excellent pool table for the average "fun" user.

The table is fairly solid, considering it's primarily "wrapped" MDF. The plastic that wraps the legs looks surprisingly good... the manufacturer did a great job hiding the seams in the woodwork details. One reviewer posted how the center of the table top is slightly higher. This can be fixed by lowering the brackets *after* they are attached to the table top. Be sure to loosen (not remove) the bolts that attach to the table top along the perimeter before doing so. Once done, there's almost no curve at all. We've used this table almost nightly since we got it and have enjoyed it every time!

November 15th, 2012 via sears.com
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WestMickJagger

Best deal ever!!!

After looking for quite few months for a nice pool table I found this one. I was kind of scare at the beggining for this kind of brand because it didn't have any review whatsover but I decide to give it a shoot, hubby put it together and looks amazing compare to an expensive brand this is the best deal you can get and best customer service ever!!!

October 3rd, 2012 via sears.com
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