Hathaway Primo Review

By July 15, 2016Toys and Games
Hathaway Primo Soccer Table

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#5 Hathaway Primo

#5 Hathaway Primo





Additional Features


Overall Design


The Good

  • Stability
  • Level Gameplay
  • Something For Everyone
  • Extra Features

The Bad

  • Finer Details

Stability: The Hathaway Primo is made from medium density fiber (MDF) and features one-inch thick side cabinet panels. At 130 pounds, the table is also stable and difficult to move, even during intense games. Its 180-day warranty doesn’t hurt either.
Level Gameplay: Adjustable levelers on each leg provide an even playing surface for games, regardless of the floor the Primo is on. The playing surface itself is also 3/8-inch thick, which makes it less susceptible to warping.
Something For Everyone: While it’s affordable and easy-to-use, the Primo offers some appealing features for intermediate and high-level players. This model has counterbalanced players and a single-goalie configuration, which is more challenging than the three-goalie system used in tournament play.
Extra Features: Enjoy a refreshing drink as you experience foosball on a full-size table. Measuring 56″ x 30 1/2″ x 34 1/2″, the Primo is large enough for tournament play, while four stainless steel cup holders make the games even more fun.
Finer Details: Some of the finer details keep the Primo from being higher on our list. The solid steel rods don’t play as fast as hollow ones, which you see on professional tables. Also, the players and spin bearings are both plastic instead of the preferred metal material.
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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.