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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 Sales information can be had by calling (972) 595-5300.