American Legend Enforcer Review

By June 1, 2016Toys and Games
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Price: $884.35
1 new from $884.350 used
  • Two Blower Motors for Fast Play
  • Abacus-Style Scoring
  • Arched Legs with Levelers
  • Aluminum Rails for Fast Rebound
  • Includes: 4 Red Pucks and 4 Red Strikers
Dual Motors: The dual 110v motors on the American Legend Enforcer ensure there’s plenty of airflow to keep the puck moving at authentic speeds. The air supply covers the entire table, meaning there’s no dead spots for the puck to get stuck.
Banner: Kids love the “Extreme Hockey” banner that drapes over the table and can be easily removed for regular play.
Aluminum Rails: This table’s aluminum rails allow for quick rebounds off the walls and makes for intense gameplay. Aluminum is the most durable rink wall material, which can reduce dents and scratches.
Stability: With its arched leg design and leg levelers, the American Legend Enforcer is a simple, refined and stable air hockey table that also provides a 1-year warranty. This table is built for the long-haul.
No Rail Overhang: With aluminum rails providing quick rebound opportunities, aggressive players will find themselves hitting the puck off the table more frequently because the rails don’t provide any overhang.
Manual Scoring: Many players prefer a digital scoreboard as opposed to the old-school “abacus-style” manual scoring this table features.


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Terri W.

About Terri W.

Terri W. never wanted to grow up. That’s why she opened her own toy store and started her own arts and crafts blog. While she still has to keep the books and make sure the store stays open, she spends most of her time helping children figure out which product will be a great addition to their play space.

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