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Portopong: World’s First Inflatable Beer Pong Table


Published by on February 28, 2010 under Fun

Portopong Worlds First Inflatable Beer Pong Table

Do you love hot summer days, the beach, beer, girls/boys, and the refreshing water? If yes, then let me tell you more about a new cool and big toy that will make your summer parties at the beach or pool funnier and more entertaining.

What you see in the images is Portopong – the world’s first inflatable beer pong table.
For those who haven’t heard of the game yet, Beer Pong, or Beirut, is a fun drinking game involving a table, multiple cups of beer set in triangles at both sides of the table, and a ping-pong ball. To win the game, one group of friends has to eliminate the other group’s cups by throwing the ball across the table to make it land in a cup of beer on the opposite side.
There are no fix rules for the game, so if you don’t like beer you can use any type of drink you like, or even water.

Portopong Worlds First Inflatable Beer Pong Table
Portopong Worlds First Inflatable Beer Pong Table
Portopong Worlds First Inflatable Beer Pong Table

Portopong replaces the table and allows you to play this game wherever you want because it is inflatable, so you can store it anywhere, and portable, so you can use it on the beach or in the water. You can also lay on it for relaxing on the beach, in the pool, on camping and other places.
It features cup holders in rack formation, and is available in blue, pink, red, and white with the American flag design, for a price of $49.99.

Portopong Worlds First Inflatable Beer Pong Table

Potropong creators are collaborating with the Keep A Brest Foundation to help women fight against breast cancer by donating $5 from every pink Portopong sell to the charity.

Check the presentation video for Portopong:

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