World Of Leisure Pool Tables

World of Leisure

WORLD OF LEISURE BILLIARD TABLE RATINGS

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Price: $1,000 – $5,000

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World of Leisure pool tables are overpriced. That’s about all there is to say about it. You can choose about a million cloth colors from them through Championship which is cool though. I think it is funny how they have a buyer’s guide to getting a table which mentions slate is the only way to go. Yet I can’t find anywhere on their site that says they use slate in their tables. Odd. I think they do all right based on the price, but their cheapest table is posted at $2,500, so I wouldn’t waste my time with them. Legacy and PoolTables.com are both going to be much better options. Here are the World of Leisure styles of pool tables:

Winchester
Challenger
Belmont
Richland
Houston
Davenport
Hampton
Winslow
Knight
Dover
Trienna
Cimmaron
Remington
Oxford

World Of Leisure Pool Tables Reviews From Users

  1. I just purchased the Davenport for $2,500 (mid range according to their website). I also did see where they mention using 1″ slate on their tables, so you must have missed that? The construction is absolutely rock solid compared to many other tables I looked at. The style is beautiful to fit the decor of or house. May want to reconsider your review.

    Review posted by Brian W
  2. The prices you are referring to are MSRP. I found several dealers that sell World of Leisure pool tables to be priced much lower then the MSRP. In addition, quality was top of the line compared to Legacy and Pooltables.com. I would never buy a pool table on-line!

    Review posted by Jon
  3. I bought a World of Leisure table about 7 years ago. It is a very nice table, however, four of the six cushion sections have gone “dead.” It’s like hitting the ball into a 2×4. World of Leisure warrants the components of their tables to be free of defects in material and workmanship for as long as you own the table. I contacted the company to see if I could get the cushions replaced and was told that the warranty doesn’t cover the cushions. It seems to me that the cushions are an integral component of the table and that they are defective. Am I wrong? World of Leisure doesn’t publish a phone number. You can only send them an email and wait for a reply. I paid $2300.00 for the table. This company won’t get another dime of my money. Let the buyer beware.

    Review posted by Riley M
  4. Have had a World of Leisure table for a while now its a great table no cushion defects or anything else wrong with it.

    Review posted by luke
  5. i also own a world of leisure table for about 10 years now and 3yrs into owning it my cushions went dead,we’ll see what happens when they reply to my email.

    Review posted by justin

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