Remember the first time you’ve ever touched a foosball table? It was probably somewhere in your dad’s mancave in the basement, or at a nearby arcade you and your high school friends used to hit up after classes got out. Now that you’re older and wiser, perhaps you can afford a foosball table to match your new classy lifestyle. Table soccer enthusiasts, we present to you the complete line of Teckell Luxury Foosball Tables.
The Italian company builds some of the most luxurious foosball tables seen anywhere. Different collections feature low iron crystal glass or wood handles, surfaces, and stands, while the limited edition Cristallino Gold LE contains 24 carat gold plated accents with only 50 models available. The tables also include a built-in goal piece to collect the soccer ball scored. But you should be reminded that while the Teckell tables look amazing, it won’t actually guarantee you’ll play any better than you did back in high school.
“Our project Teckell is to give a new life to the game foosball, introducing it as it as an elegant design piece in our formal living spaces,” the Teckell sales brochure reads. “It was challenging and ambitious the idea to transform a game table typically found at the corner bar into luxury lifestyle icon.”
If you prefer smaller versions, Teckell also sells coffee table size foosball set to be used as decoration or a mini-game during a TV break. How much will it cost you for a gold-plated, ultra-luxe glass foosball table? Oh, just the modest price of between $7,500 to $18,650 depending on the collection. Nothing screams you’ve made it than dropping baller status money to show off your foosball skills. You might want to keep the kids away from the tables though.
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