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What to buy, Silverleaf Billards?

What to buy, Silverleaf Billards?

Has anyone ever heard of this company, they claim to be solid wood lifetime warranty for 1600. Does anyone know if this is a good table Trying to buy my first table (used probobly). What about an AMF PLaymaster Savannah with light for 1000? Is it good good quality and price.



What to buy, Silverleaf Billards?

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  1. guestmastersonr on 6/15/2008 9:04:47 AM

    I just saw an ad for a new table by Silverleaf (same price and details as described below) as well and have not heard of them. Does anyone have an update on whether this is a good table? I am looking to get a good quality table and would like to know if this is a good deal or whether i should get a good used one for about the same price.

    I am new to the forum and any help would be appreciated.

  2. guestquickshot on 6/15/2008 12:01:12 PM

    I thought I read that AMF went out of business? I could be wrong. What you may want to try is calling a few pool table installers and getting their opinion on what you may want to buy. I sure they know the difference between what is and what isn't. Try to get a least 3 different ones.

  3. guestguest on 2/11/2009 2:04:54 PM

    I bought a dallas,the finished table looks and plays good. I was told parts were made over seas and assembled in US. It was shiped in a fragil box and was a mess,nothing was damaged but I dont know why. Every piece was packed in MADE IN CHINA boxes,the only thing assembled in US was done in my house. The ball set and felt have turned out to be sub standard, the slate was rough but seems to play fine. I recieved no paperwork ,instructions or warranty form.

  4. guestguest on 12/9/2010 1:03:05 PM

    Sliverleaf Billiards is a company owned by Kenric Leblanc he sells chinese made tables, and promotes them as American Made, but that is false. They are cheap chinese made tables that have soft cheap chinese slate. The tables were originally purchased from Z & F international out of Alhambra, California from Henery Chen (626) 378-9953. After that he started purchasing the same tables from a guy named Doug (Chinese guy) who owns King Billiards. Doug has operations in San Diego, Ca, and Houston, Texas (Advertises on Craigs list--in Houston...Type in Pool Table in the search box). These tables are low quality tables, that cost the retailer $650.00 to $750.00.

  5. guestguest on 12/5/2011 10:09:19 AM

    I was a little hesitant to purchase a Silverleaf Billiards pool table after reading this thread, so I did a little research. The previous post said that the cloth and balls were substandard, but as I saw, the brands were of good quality. The felt was from a company called Championship Billiards (Illinois). Championship Titan sounds to me, like its one of the better quality felts that money can buy. Then I checked out the billiard balls. They had some Aramith balls (Belgium), which are also a top brand.

    This led me to question the last two posts on this topic. If you'll notice, the same person posted these last negative posts, leading me to believe that they are false and posted by either a disgruntle employee or another manufacturer or something like that.

    I went ahead and bought a new pool table that is a Silverleaf Billiards brand and I have no complaints whatsoever. As stated, it was quality stuff at a really good price. Highly recommend.


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What to buy, Silverleaf Billards?

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  • Published: 6/30/2007 2:24:58 PM