THE MAKINGS OF A BONZINI
THE WORLD BEST TABLE UNVEILED
BUILT FOR LIFE. IT HAS TO BE.
Originally conceived as a furniture company in Paris more than 80 years ago, BONZINI truly took off
in the fifties with their range of babyfoot that hit fame with it’s popularity in the many cafes and
bars across Europe. Built originally to withstand the rigours of heavy pub usage back then, BONZINI
achieved legendary status by being the only babyfoot brand to truly survive that era.
The BONZINI’s secret? Paying attention to good old fashioned values in manufacturing - Materials
and Details. Each BONZINI table is built with the finest materials available, while perfecting the
technical quality of the table. Every rod, figurine and hinge is designed with considerable detail and
crafted to perfection.
Read on to find out more about what goes into a BONZINI.
The backbone of a BONZINI table. Tables are built with first grade solid wood that are known
for it’s durability. Giving the table a natural advantage in handling stress and wear from
heavy duty usage. Unlike compressed wood tables that are much softer, natural solid wood is
simply the undisputed choice for high-end, quality furnitures.
TRY BREAKING ONE OF THESE.
WE WILL APPLAUD IF YOU COULD.
Made with cast aluminium, oven baked before being secured with a high strength bolt,
BONZINI players are the industry standard for durability. How will anyone else top this? Certainly not
with the plastic players found in lesser tables.
Good things are handcrafted. Simply because no machinery can truly replace the dedication
and passion in a true craftsman. Each BONZINI table is exclusively handcrafted to the highest
order by skilled craftsmen with decades long experience.
FROM PARIS, WITH LOVE.
Every BONZINI table is completely built and assembled in Bagnolet,
Paris. BONZINI tables are built with a great deal of care and being
handcrafted, tables are built in fixed quantities yearly.
All authentic BONZINI tables are imprinted with a unique serial number,
that is verifiable with BONZINI themselves.