What, Why?: A See-Through Glass Pool Table

February 2, 2009


I don't get it -- I don't need to see my feet while I'm shooting pool. But if you have a foot fetish and some serious coin ($25,150), you can pick up a G1 Glass Top Pool Table. It's freaking glass covered in some patented (and likely cancerous) material called Vitrik that allegedly plays like felt. I don't believe a word of it, but there's a video after the jump so you can draw your own conclusions. And, while you're at it, how about a unicorn for yours truly?

Hit the jump for several more pictures and the video.




Glass top pool table [toomuchfreetime]
The World's First Transparent Pool Table [ballerhouse]

Glass pool table will look great on your glass yacht

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