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Bugatti Is Now Selling Pool Tables For $300,000

Imagine you’re on your million-dollar yacht with your friends, in the middle of the sea, bathing in the sunlight and taking in the salty sea air, when suddenly you have the urge to play pool. You go inside the yacht, towards the expensive pool table you’ve set up. You set your pool balls up and soon as you try to take your first shot, the boat rocks and you miss.

This happens again and again making you think why you even bothered to set up a pool table in the first place. But not anymore! As Buggati has just announced their cutting new self-leveling pool tables making sure that you can enjoy a pool game anywhere on the sea. The table relies on highly advanced gyroscopic technology to remain level in any kind of condition. And the price can’t even compare to your million-dollar yacht, just for a measly amount of $300,000.

There were a few things that money couldn’t buy like love, happiness, peace, and playing pool while on a yacht at sea. But Bugatti has your back covered. According to a press release by the sports car brand, “An optional servo-driven system deploys a gyroscopic sensor to level the table – in case of installation onboard a yacht Each leg can move to compensate for the movement of a ship and remain perfectly level. The system can adjust in just 5 milliseconds, and the movement is completed in total silence with vibration-free adjustment”.

Bugatti has developed the tables in partnership with another company called IXO, who are famous for their carbon fiber-based constructions. This means that the table will have an all-around carbon fiber finish while the frame will be built out of machined aluminum and titanium. Bugatti is only going to make 30 of these tables which isn’t a surprise as there really isn’t a big market for $300,000 pool tables.

Every single pool table will come with carbon fiber pool cues, wall-mounted cue support with a 13-inch touchscreen for users to keep score on, a dimmable LED ceiling light, as well as other accessories. Bugatti will also include a USB drive with all the photos and videos taken during the table’s production process.

Sadly Bugatti is only going to be able to make five of these tables for 2021 and they’ll be ready at the end of the year. Apparently, manufacturing tables is harder than manufacturing sports cars. Some reports also indicate that Sheik Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Emir of Abu Dhabi is already interested in the pool tables and is looking to buy one to compliment his prized yacht, Azzam, that itself costs around half a billion dollars.

One day I’ll have $300,000 and I’ll buy a pool table.