Remember the high end gaming table that was offered as part of the Dwimmermount Kickstarter? It was $10k and no one jumped in at that price - awesome, amazing product that just wasn't affordable.
The Wargame Tables, Table-tops, and dice trays! Kickstarter is the average Joe's response to the luxury table. It's the Ford Pinto trying to knock off the Cadillac Escalad. If all you want is a car to go from point A to point B, the bling and all the extra fade away when you compare prices.
This Ford Pinto is going for $150 for a 3' x 5' table or $500 for s large as a 4' x 8' table. The Ford Pinto certainly scores points on price alone.
Here's a pic of the Sultan gaming table:
and here's a pic of the Ford Pinto:
Not only don't they compare, the Ford Pinto doesn't even look as nice as a real Ford Pinto!
Eh, maybe I complain too much. Throw a blanket over it and it could double as an altar with my gaming goodies stored haphazardly beneath it.
Maybe if I could find the place in my house for a single use gaming only table, I'd take the plunge on this.
Gee, not even a choice for 98% of the country (pulling this number purely out of my ass).
This one ain't funding.
Nice concept, unattractive table and extremely limited customer base due to geographical limitations.
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