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RyanDicharry
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I have searched the forms but have not found the answer to my question:

Anyone who owns or has had the chance to compare Losanders tables what are the thoughts on the trinity table ? Price is not an issue. Just wondering how it compares to the others?

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Hi Ryan,

Try to contact Matt Adams via pm, he owns a Trinity and a Super Deluxe Losander floating table.

Without being mean, but it's strange, that you didn't check the newest topics before posting your request, because he states it in another topic named "Floating Table", 10 rows down from yours in the same section... Smile

Good luck,

Oliver.
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Forums can be a tricky thing to search sometimes. I have trouble myself.

Yep, I own the Trinity. Here's some thoughts -

It's slightly taller than the others.

The gimmick isn't quite as smooth on mine compared to the Super Deluxe - SD floats like a dream. But I've owned two SD's and the gimmicks were different on both (one smaller than the other) - they truly are custom-made so it may not be a real difference between Trinity and SD's.

The cloth is NOT as easily removed from the table at the end of the routine. Because of the edge, it may catch so you have to semi-fold it and then pull it off. Not a huge deal, but you can just grab the back of the SD cloth and it slides right off.

The Trinity has a cool edge which allows for closeup stuff to be done and then you can float it. Pretty neat. I also like the other attachment that clips to the edge. This attachment is supposed to be used to hold your table cloth (you can see it in the photos), but I also use it to hold other things for my routines (forgive me, but things which I don't care to share publicly at this time).

It takes just a few minutes more to setup because of the 6 leg pieces instead of two when compared to SD. But it's not really that noticeable. The top of the Trinity will never come apart EVER (because of the design) - but the SD has that risk of coming off and then you have a floating table top and the base can crash down - although this risk is slight if you use it correctly. Smile

That's about it I guess. I love both and use both for different purposes. To me it FEELS like the trinity can support more weight - although I don't typically put anything on my tables (other than to hang something from the Trinity attachment).

Hope this helps.
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PS - I also owned a basic table briefly. Forgot about that one. Smile Bought it to flip it, basically. Anyway, it was also a good table, just not as fancy of a design. But great for the guys who are tempted to buy a knockoff instead, only because of price. It's MUCH better quality than those Chinese rip-offs.
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Thanks Matt.

That answers my question.

Oliver, thanks for pointing me in the right direction however, before you tried "not to be mean" if you would have taken the time to actually read my first post I state " I have not found the answer to my question in the other forms". Some of you guys never cease to amaze me. FYI I read every form about the tables prior to posting.

Ryan
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