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Best Shot Air Hockey Concentrates On Features For Serious Play

Posted On: 1/22/2011

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Dynamo Best ShotRICHLAND HILLS, TX -- Joining the Dynamo line of surface-effect frictionless table hockey games is Best Shot, engineered specifically to appeal to tournament-caliber players. Manufacturer Valley-Dynamo summarizes the design philosophy behind it as "No lights, no sounds: just fast action and serious play in a full-sized package."

Optimized for tournament play, Best Shot can accommodate an overhead illumination assembly with integrated LED scoring system. Eight feet long, it features a playfield centerline and non-coated aluminum rails for fast deflection; the end rails are countersunk for player comfort. The piece incorporates Dynamo's proven Dyna-Blast blower system for powerful, reliable performance, and can accommodate Dynamo's three-piece side shield set.

Equipped with easily adjusted leg levelers ("one man, one wrench"), Best Shot offers hinged, heavy-duty goal ends for easy cleanout, and a jamproof infrared optical scoring assembly. It is supplied with dual rolldown coin mechanism, and is bill validator-ready. Sanctioned for tournament play, it is ETL- and CE-listed.

The streamlined new hockey table offers operators another choice in the growing line of state-of-the-art Dynamo hockey tables. Valley-Dynamo unveiled Fire Storm in mid-2010, providing a more colorful and visually engaging alternative to the popular Hot Flash model. The company reports that operators attending the recent International Association of Amusement Parts & Attractions show were enthusiastic about both new models, which appeal to all kinds of players.

Dynamo hockey tables are described online at valley-dynamo.com. Sales information can be had by calling (972) 595-5300.