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Fusion Tables

The Fusion Table is every guy´s dream, a dining/pool table your wife/girlfriend could live with! The unique product is a dining table and pool table all in one, simply remove the multi-piece dining top to unveil a beautiful pool table with a contemporary sleek design offering nice wooden and lacquered finishings, unlike the classic, heavy looking, wooden table. Height is easily adjustable with the built-in raising and lower system. Several styles and finishes are available to choose from.

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