Cornilleau 740 Indoor Table Tennis Table:

If you want a truly amazing tournament level ping pong table then the Cornilleau 740 Indoor might be the one. At $2500 you get an ITTF approved high end indoor ping pong table that stands out compared to the competition. The Cornilleau 740 Indoor table tennis table features a 1 inch thick high density playing surface. The surface has a SKILTOP coating which allows for all your spin shots to react appropriately and adhere to the playing surface. What do you get for the extra $650 when compared to the cheaper Cornilleau 540 Indoor? Keep reading below for our full review.

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To start with, the frame on the Cornilleau 740 is noticeable thicker and more robust than the 540 Indoor. The 740 features a 2 ¾ inch galvanized steel frame – a full one inch thicker than the 540. The table weight is over 250 pounds so it has to be strong to support this beast of a table.


The wide adjustable feet on the legs are another feature we really like on the Cornilleau 740. Not all playing surfaces are level so sometimes you need to adjust the height of the table in a corner. The leg levelers are easy to use and simple to adjust. The rubber ball bearing caster wheels provide superior mobility on all indoor surfaces. Moving the 250 pound table is effortless with the 4 wheel system. Each wheel also features a brake.


One of the key elements of any ping pong table (indoor or outdoor) is the tabletop thickness. The theory goes that the thicker the tabletop, the superior the ball bounce. The Cornilleau 740 playing surface is 25mm thick, providing the best ball adherence and quality bounce on the market. Cornilleau tables are used at tournaments around the world with strict manufacturing guidelines. The safety system they use for opening and closing the table is recognized worldwide. With 16 locking points, one person can easily open or close the table. No need to worry as a parent that your child might get hurt. Cornilleau has designed these tables to be sturdy, durable and safe to use.


Is it worth the $2500? Just depends on where you want to use it. For recreational home use, we would go with the Cornilleau 500 Indoor instead. It’s cheaper and designed for family or school use. The Cornilleau 740 was built with tournament play in mind and the high end features show that. Only the most advanced players will appreciate the tabletop thickness, frame stability, and excellent ball bounce. The Cornillleau 740 indoor can last for a decade or more if maintained. We’ve seen them in table tennis clubs and at tournaments. Professional players love playing on tables of this quality.