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Skee Ball Arcade Machine, 10-foot Long Alley with LED Display and Single Ball System.

Item# SPM14562912210 | Model# 024567N | Added on January 18, 2018 |
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Skee Ball Arcade Machine, 10-foot Long Alley with LED Display and Single Ball System.
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Skee-ball has upgraded their classic design while keeping the charm of vintage arcade games with the Skee-Ball 2010 Alley. Experience the fun and challenge of this ball arcade machine. It features a 10-foot long Skeeball alley with a single ball system and a sturdy front net assembly. This old-school arcade ball game has a visible electronic display to track rolled balls and your score. The hinged target board comes with two 100-point pockets for a higher maximum score. The 2010 Alley also includes front-mounted electronics and screwless powder coated channel covers for easy maintenance and exceptional quality. Beloved for generations, the Skee-Ball 2010 Alley is sure to grab the attention of a whole new generation of players!

  • FUN, CLASSIC ARCADE GAME - The Skee-Ball 2010 Alley offers endless fun with its durable and exciting features. Dimensions: Single 10-inch Alley: 29 W x 120 D x 80.5 H inches / Single 13-inch Alley: 30 W x 157 L x 81 H inches / Power Requirements: Standard 120 volts.
  • UPGRADED DESIGN AND QUALITY - It features a 10-foot long Skee-Ball Alley with single ball system and a sturdy front net assembly. This skeeball game also includes front mounted electronics and screwless powder coated channel covers for easy maintenance and exceptional quality.
  • TRACK YOUR SCORES - This skeeball machine is also equipped with a highly-visible electronic display to conveniently track your score and rolled balls throughout the game.
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