Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table Review

If you are in the market for a decent recreational table you might have come across the Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table sold on for $397.18.

Stiga Legacy Table Tennis TableIn this post, we will be reviewing the Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table, weighing up the pros and cons of buying one and making a few other suggestions. It is our hope that after reading this, you will find it much easier to decide whether this table is right for you.

Before we get into the review, we recommend you check out Ben’s popular article, The Best Table Tennis Tables, for a comprehensive look at everything you should consider before buying a table tennis table.

You might also like to visit our Table Tennis Table Review page for our other reviews.

Stiga Legacy Table

In this review, we will be looking at the following factors…

  1. Features
  2. Price
  3. Customer Satisfaction
  4. Recommendations
  5. The Final Word

1. Features

The Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table features a 1/2 inch (13mm) thick table top, 1 and 1/4 inch steel apron with yellow corner protectors and 1 and 1/4 inch round steel legs with 2 inch caster wheels. Stored dimensions of this table are 60 inches wide, 74 inches high and 28 inches deep. It has a playback feature (meaning you can put half of the table up to hit against – if you want to).

13mm Table Top

Stiga Legacy Table Tennis TableOne of the weaknesses we found on the Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table is its playing surface. Having a 13mm one is on the thinner side of tables. It gives you a lower bounce and slower play compared to the thicker tables out there. We noticed the bounce on this table is consistent but lacks a “true” bounce.

Ben talk’s a lot more about the importance of table thickness in his comprehensive article The Best Table Tennis Tables but, in short, competition tables are 25mm thick and you really need a table to be 19mm thick in order to get a “decent” bounce.

If you are just looking for a table to use for a bit of fun, recreational table tennis, and maybe a bit of training here and there, then getting the Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table would be a good choice. However, if you are used to playing on “proper” tables, or planning on learning how to play table tennis at a club or perhaps playing competitively, then a 13mm table might not meet your standards.


Stiga Legacy Table Tennis TableWe found the design of the Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table to be very outdated. The folding system allows the net to stay attached to the table but in turn makes the table a lot bigger when folded up – taking up a lot more space than necessary. Having such an old design the undercarriage is flimsy and does not feel as sturdy as more modern tables.

It may be lacking in extra features and bells and whistles, but it delivers on the basics. It is still a decent recreational table but by no means good value for money.

2. Price

The Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table is sold on for $397.18. The downside to this great price is the outdated design which should not affect the choice of entry level or recreational players. HOWEVER we would not recommend this table to anyone, really.

3. Customer Satisfaction

The reviews on have not been the greatest. Here are some things the customers said…

“This is an average to below average Table Tennis Table…I found the table to bow a bit in the middle and it had a few scratches and dings on the bottom from packaging. Legs were very small and thin as well. This is a $125 table at best…”


“This ping pong table is adequate for the novice player, and the price reflects it”


“Very flimsy. You might need epoxy or plastic wood to fix screws falling out because of Earth gravity. It might stand by itself but I am not sure for how long. Two stars because I can use it with my robot.”

4. Recommendations

Is this table right for you?

Honestly the Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table would not be a good choice. Being in the $400 range there are a bunch of newer tables that will give you a better experience and have more value. If you are looking for a great value for money table under $400 we highly recommend the Stiga Advantage. At $399.99 on it is our best choice for a budget table, and it is one of the best sellers!

5. Final Word

The Stiga Legacy Table Tennis Table is really just an outdated table in a modern world… It still is a decent table, just not one we would recommend to anyone.

Not sure if this table is the right one for you? No problem! You can check out all of our other table tennis table reviews here.

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