Which outdoor table to choose? To help you answer them, here are the main criteria that determine the best choice for your needs. Whether you are new or experienced, when you plan to buy the best door table tennis table, it is wise to ask the following questions:
The outdoor tables are specifically designed to withstand rain, frost and the sun without risk of damage or almost. They are distinguished by their excellent service life. This model is perfect for leisure use during the holidays or in the countryside as they require virtually no maintenance.
Outdoor tables are generally expensive compared to indoor tables, mainly because of the materials used. Thus the parts of an outdoor table are stainless and weather resistant.

What player profile are you?

Depending on your player profile, are you an occasional table tennis player or an addict? A table for beginners or experienced table tennis players does not offer the same game characteristics. And your level of play and the frequency with which you practice the game are determining criteria.
For example, a competing table has a measurable rebound, so when the ball is thrown from a height of 30 cm, the rebound must reach 23 cm. 
Regardless of the rebound, if you are an unconditional player, often bending and folding the table solicits the opening mechanism and may weaken eventually, especially if it is a low-end model. Some tables allow you to play independently and have a function that will enable you to fold a whole side of the table.
To choose the best table, you have to pay particular attention to its components:

The nature of its material: Choosing a high-density agglomerated wood inner tray of 25 mm minimum is preferable. Some trays are made of composite materials, mostly polyester and resin, which prolong their UV resistance. It is essential to pay attention to the reflection or, rather, the table's anti-reflective quality, whichh can be troublesome with intense lighting indoors and outdoors.


It brings rigidity and flatness to the entire panel. Frame quality depends mainly on the material used. Some tables offer rounded corners, which prevents some bruises for inexperienced players!

Wheels are often the weak point of tables. Indeed, their life can vary slightly from single to double depending on whether they are metal or plastic. Preferably use wide or twin wheels, with metal wheel attachments, especially if the table is often to be moved.

Ideally, the pole and net assembly must have a function that allows the height and tension of the net to be adjusted.
Security is a critical point. Some incorporate double protection that prevents children from being able to open the table alone and getting stuck or hurting themselves.

Finally, if you plan to use your table to play doubles and singles matches, you must ensure that the white line in the centre of the table is 3 mm broad.
Net characteristics: 183 cm long (15.25 cm above the table) and 15.25 cm high (uniform height) colour dark green, mesh 7.5 to 12.5 mm white band 15 mm maximum at the top of the net.

Construction: The tables can be made of wood (chipboard or plywood), synthetic material or concrete (outdoor tables). But only wooden tables are used in competition.
This quality is reflected in the bounce height of the ball.

What is the best colour for a table?

The colour is important because it must provide good contrast between the playground's floor, walls and background colours. Traditionally, the surface of the are green or grey. Still, since the 90s, several Experiments with different colours have taken place, and the blue colour was finally chosen because it goes very well with the red soil colours that are now used for all major tournaments. The International Table Tennis Federation currently only allows blue or green tables.