World Championship Round Crokinole Board
The round boards are also hand-made by the same craftshop as our Octagonal boards but in a more modern, practical style. In fact, these are the boards that are used at the Crokinole World Championships, each year. Given that there are quite a few places that make Crokinole boards in North America, you can be sure that these World Championship boards are excellent quality and will play perfectly.
The round boards have computer-generated markings for consistent quality and the playing surface has five to seven coats of finish and is buff finished. Although not as beautiful as the Octagonal board, this board is in great demand at many of the major tournaments due to its quick, smooth, fast surface with snappy shot reaction at an excellent price. Made for the fun of the game, with competition quality in mind.
Round board: Playing surface is Russian Baltic Birch. Backer and ditch is manufactured particle board. Pegs are covered with 2mm high-reflex rubber. Pieces and rules included. Diameter 31inches outside, 26 inches playing surface (79cm & 66cm surface). Please note that the colour of the pieces varies and we cannot say which colour pieces will be included with your board.
Click on the picture to enlarge.We currently have a World Championship Round Crokinole Board with a few minor cosmetic imperfections that we are offering at a discounted price. Please get in touch for further information.
World Championship Crokinole Board (round style with 24 disks)
Price includes delivery within Eng/Wales.
For our American and Canadian customers, the Octagonal and World Championship boards are sent from a dispatch point in Canada and shipping is included.
Try to keep food and drink away from your crokinole games. Sweat and sticky fingers from food are the number reason for problems with the smooth running of the disks.
An occasional buffing of the crokinole board with a good wax is recommended. In Europe, we recommend Renaissance Wax but any wax high in carnauba should work well.
Don't forget to also polish the game pieces - as they are first to be in contact with your hands.