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pcbuildingfiend
pcbuildingfiend
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We had the option of going with either Uniquely Geek (UG) or Wyrmwood (WW) for our gaming table. Let me tell you why we chose Uniquely Geek and why we would choose them again every time. Wymwood had two options at the time we were looking to throw down on a table, the Prophecy and the Modular Gaming Table (MGT). One would have set us back for roughly the cost of a small commuter car and the other relied on us getting in on a Kickstarter campaign. They provided a lot of options for wood species and their product was of high quality, but their was one thing that was missing, and that was customization. When I found out about UG, I was skeptical, but very curious so I put down a deposit. UG offered more bang for the buck right off the bat, and that included a topper, cup holders and a topper holder all built into the initial cost. There was also a promise that the table would be mine, i.e.: one of a kind. With WW, both the Prophecy and MGT would have been cookie cutter tables, the only customization was wood type, finish and that was really all they offered. I am not saying that is a bad thing, in fact the consistency is fantastic for folks who have a very standard space for these tables. Unfortunately, my home was built in the late '70's and has a "unique" space which would require something equally "unique" to fit the space.

UG undersells how amazing their planning process really is in my opinion. The back and forth with Robert was fantastic. Robert was able to identify exactly what would fit our space best! Everything from wood species to additional options, they had it down. There was no upselling, just a frank conversation about what I wanted, what I needed and what the space could accommodate. Robert provided insight I simply did not possess and because of his experience, I feel it made my table that much better in the end. The design process I think was scheduled to take several weeks of back and forth. UG had us dialed in and ready to go to the production queue after maybe a month.

Once we were on the build queue (~6 week process) UG started sending me all the photos of the wood being selected, cut, sanded and put together. I underestimated how cool and fun that process really turned out. It was very exciting, and throughout all this UG is in constant contact. They made me feel like I was a designer working with them on the floor (I am not, not even close. I relied very heavily on their expertise and my wife's input).

Once it was all built, they were able to ship it freight and that was quick. From the "hey its' ready" email to the point that it was at my garage being assembled, was three days. This brings me to my final point on why I chose UG over WW, and that is freight. I live on the west coast, Northern California to be more specific and UG is based out of our neighbor state Arizona. WW is based in the great state of Massachusetts, and if you know anything about shipping freight from that distance it gets very expensive very quickly. Cost does matter and UG's proximity to my residence also played a big role.

To summarize, we chose UG because of the all the included accessories upon initial purchase, the extreme level of customization to fit our space and the cost of freight was a major savings because the table was not traveling across the greater United States. Now, why we are sticking with UG and will be ordering benches in the near future, is due to their amazing customer service, their level of care and the quality of their product. We ordered a high character walnut table with a 4" deep vault, 6 cup holders, a double sided insert (one side w/ purple felt), and a plexiglass insert. This table is by far the single prettiest piece of furniture I have ever owned. The craftsmanship is second to none and I have yet to host a guest whose jaw does not drop when they see this table for the first time.

Thank you Uniquely Geek, I love this table and look forward to ordering some matching benches later this year!

2 months ago
Jason Westbrook
Jason Westbrook
Verified ownerVerified owner
5/5

Having done several play sessions and owning this table for the past year - I thought it was time to provide my review on it :). }

Quick facts:

I live in the Detroit, Michigan area. Our area often runs from 0F to 90+F, from pretty muggy, to dry during the course of a year. In spite of the range of temperatures I haven't encountered any problems with the table warping or contorting itself in any way, shape or form.

Table size: 82"L x 42"W

Owned for about a year and host a biweekly game group that meets regularly and reliably.

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Why Uniquely Geek?
We were in the market for a gaming table for our home as my wife and I are both boardgame enthusiasts. In fact we first met at a boardgame shop in Ypsilanti, Michigan! :). Thus we began the search for a proper boardgame table for our home. We looked at several places offering boardgame tables and ultimately it came between two different models - Uniquely Geek and a competitor. And so to Reddit I went to get other gamers opinions. Not only were the reviews of Uniquely Geek more favorable - Robert himself actually took the time to answer my post and respond to questions and concerns I had - the biggest of which was the time to production. Here, he assured me the table would likely be built ahead of the posted schedule and so we decided on Uniquely Geek.

Ordering/The "Experience": Buying a table of this quality and complexity means there's lots of questions and details to be ironed out. This was expected. But how those questions are presented, how thorough and knowledgeable about the product a company is, and how smooth such a process can be could go any which way. Thankfully - the process (the "Experience") of ordering a table was as simple as could be. Robert and Sara ask thoughtful questions and ask about the space where you're putting it to ensure you're getting exactly what you want. As they craft the table themselves they are intimately familiar with their product and it shows. They even provide photos of them making YOUR table! Couldn't have been better.

The table: Is gorgeous and amazing and we love it. Our table ran 82"L x 42"W which accommodates our dining room well. The build quality is second to none and we're very happy with it! The leaves are super cool - as they fit and sit smoothly across the table perfectly filling the insert. To take it out - they give you a magnet with which to pull one of the leaves out - allowing you to easily get to the rest. The holder for the leaves is essential and provides a nice looking way to elegantly store them.

The add-ons:
We decided on some add-ons for our table. We went with the two-sided insert, a couple mug holders, 4 jumbo cup holders and 4 card and counter trays.

Jumbo cup holders/ mug holders: Overall I like these and am planning on getting more. They allow me and my friends to keep drinks off the table and, I feel, are important to keeping the table looking great and will keep your drink in place. However - the biggest downside is while they are secure when holding your drink at the table - if you bop them (say, by standing up to reach for boardgame bits on the table) you will almost certainly send it tumbling to the floor along with your drink. I've had a couple friends accidentally do this and I fully expect this will be an issue in the future.

Should you get them? Overall I love it. The velvet plush felt is wonderful to play boardgames on and I have no issues at all in that regard. The one small issue I have is the insert doesn't sit flush with the table. As a result I've had some boardgame bits (mainly cardboard coins that are flat) get lodged between the insert and table. It's an extremely minor issue but something to keep in mind nonetheless.
Would I get it even knowing about this issue? Absolutely. Totally worth the money. Pulling the insert out and putting it in is easy with a small piece of durable cloth sticking out of one side of the insert. Just pull it up, put it to the side, and then put it back in, flip it or whatever you want to do. It's easier with two people but overall a definitely worth it.

Card/Counter trays: When I saw these I really thought these would be more useful than they are. I envisioned enjoying playing Ticket to Ride or Kingsburg or some other game with a bunch of bits that sit by the wayside waiting to be used on a future turn, however, when we did play these games and used the card/counter tray the fatal flaw of the add-on became all too clear: because the add-on attaches like so many others - to the insert on the outside of the table - the addon sits below the surface of the table - making it impossible for players to see what you have. In Ticket to Ride - this means others can't see how many trains you have if you place them on the card/counter tray denying players essential information to make decisions in the endgame. Likewise in Kingsburg - what bits you have (+2 chits for example) are also essential information that players need to know you have in order to make appropriate decisions during their turn and these card/counter trays make that impossible. I firmly believe these were made with good intentions but it just doesn't work. Another problem I've had is with their magnets used to attach it to the table. There are three magnets and they are all screwed on one side of the tray. However, the magnets seem to pull on the screws and, over a short amount of time, pull them out - meaning you'll have to screw them back in yourself when this happens. This was a minor annoyance but an annoyance nonetheless.
Sadly, as they are now, I can't recommend them. In spite of playing a large variety of boardgames I have yet to find a game where these would be useful.

Communication / Feedback after purchase:
Just as, if not more important, than buying the table itself is finding a company that stands behind it, being able to take constructive criticism and professionally address concerns. After buying the table, I did have some concerns and constructive feedback - most of which was brought up earlier in this interview (like the magnets for the card/counter trays). I'm happy to say that Sara and Robert both took my concerns seriously, and responded professionally and with empathy. They were wonderful to deal with and it was obvious they wanted to ensure (and continue to ensure) I enjoyed my table for years to come. This point can not be overstated enough - I feel happy and confident that to say if you get a table from Uniquely Geek Robert and Sara will do everything they reasonable can to ensure you are happy with it and any and all concerns of yours are addressed. I've loved working with them and look forward to doing so in the future.

Conclusion: If you're in the market for a competitively priced heirloom quality boardgame table then look no further. Uniquely Geek makes a damn good product and stands behind it. In spite of the issues mentioned above - none of them are dealbreakers and can be worked around. I can't say enough how happy I am with my purchase.

2 months ago
Alayna Lemmer-Danner
Alayna Lemmer-Danner
Reviewer
5/5

We purchased a Legacy table last year as part of our home renovation as the We are so glad we did. It's an incredible piece of furniture. We have hosted a ton of gaming sessions and any time we have friends or family in town we always sit around this table together and have an amazing time. It's easily the nicest thing we own, by a longshot. Our table is made out of sapele wood and it's a gorgeous color. The process was fun and Robert and his team were so wonderful to work with. They made the table to our exact specifications (we wanted a table big enough to host 8 people drafting Magic or for playing a Warhammer game). It fits perfectly in to our newly remodeled home. They took extra care in shipping the table too, it was delivered and unpacked with extreme care (and the poor delivery company had to bring it up 2 flights of stairs). Thank you so much!

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  1. We had the option of going with either Uniquely Geek (UG) or Wyrmwood (WW) for our gaming table. Let me tell you why we chose Uniquely Geek and why we would choose them again every time. Wymwood had two options at the time we were looking to throw down on a table, the Prophecy and the Modular Gaming Table (MGT). One would have set us back for roughly the cost of a small commuter car and the other relied on us getting in on a Kickstarter campaign. They provided a lot of options for wood species and their product was of high quality, but their was one thing that was missing, and that was customization. When I found out about UG, I was skeptical, but very curious so I put down a deposit. UG offered more bang for the buck right off the bat, and that included a topper, cup holders and a topper holder all built into the initial cost. There was also a promise that the table would be mine, i.e.: one of a kind. With WW, both the Prophecy and MGT would have been cookie cutter tables, the only customization was wood type, finish and that was really all they offered. I am not saying that is a bad thing, in fact the consistency is fantastic for folks who have a very standard space for these tables. Unfortunately, my home was built in the late '70's and has a "unique" space which would require something equally "unique" to fit the space.

    UG undersells how amazing their planning process really is in my opinion. The back and forth with Robert was fantastic. Robert was able to identify exactly what would fit our space best! Everything from wood species to additional options, they had it down. There was no upselling, just a frank conversation about what I wanted, what I needed and what the space could accommodate. Robert provided insight I simply did not possess and because of his experience, I feel it made my table that much better in the end. The design process I think was scheduled to take several weeks of back and forth. UG had us dialed in and ready to go to the production queue after maybe a month.

    Once we were on the build queue (~6 week process) UG started sending me all the photos of the wood being selected, cut, sanded and put together. I underestimated how cool and fun that process really turned out. It was very exciting, and throughout all this UG is in constant contact. They made me feel like I was a designer working with them on the floor (I am not, not even close. I relied very heavily on their expertise and my wife's input).

    Once it was all built, they were able to ship it freight and that was quick. From the "hey its' ready" email to the point that it was at my garage being assembled, was three days. This brings me to my final point on why I chose UG over WW, and that is freight. I live on the west coast, Northern California to be more specific and UG is based out of our neighbor state Arizona. WW is based in the great state of Massachusetts, and if you know anything about shipping freight from that distance it gets very expensive very quickly. Cost does matter and UG's proximity to my residence also played a big role.

    To summarize, we chose UG because of the all the included accessories upon initial purchase, the extreme level of customization to fit our space and the cost of freight was a major savings because the table was not traveling across the greater United States. Now, why we are sticking with UG and will be ordering benches in the near future, is due to their amazing customer service, their level of care and the quality of their product. We ordered a high character walnut table with a 4" deep vault, 6 cup holders, a double sided insert (one side w/ purple felt), and a plexiglass insert. This table is by far the single prettiest piece of furniture I have ever owned. The craftsmanship is second to none and I have yet to host a guest whose jaw does not drop when they see this table for the first time.

    Thank you Uniquely Geek, I love this table and look forward to ordering some matching benches later this year!

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  2. Having done several play sessions and owning this table for the past year - I thought it was time to provide my review on it :). }

    Quick facts:

    I live in the Detroit, Michigan area. Our area often runs from 0F to 90+F, from pretty muggy, to dry during the course of a year. In spite of the range of temperatures I haven't encountered any problems with the table warping or contorting itself in any way, shape or form.

    Table size: 82"L x 42"W

    Owned for about a year and host a biweekly game group that meets regularly and reliably.

    ---

    Why Uniquely Geek?
    We were in the market for a gaming table for our home as my wife and I are both boardgame enthusiasts. In fact we first met at a boardgame shop in Ypsilanti, Michigan! :). Thus we began the search for a proper boardgame table for our home. We looked at several places offering boardgame tables and ultimately it came between two different models - Uniquely Geek and a competitor. And so to Reddit I went to get other gamers opinions. Not only were the reviews of Uniquely Geek more favorable - Robert himself actually took the time to answer my post and respond to questions and concerns I had - the biggest of which was the time to production. Here, he assured me the table would likely be built ahead of the posted schedule and so we decided on Uniquely Geek.

    Ordering/The "Experience": Buying a table of this quality and complexity means there's lots of questions and details to be ironed out. This was expected. But how those questions are presented, how thorough and knowledgeable about the product a company is, and how smooth such a process can be could go any which way. Thankfully - the process (the "Experience") of ordering a table was as simple as could be. Robert and Sara ask thoughtful questions and ask about the space where you're putting it to ensure you're getting exactly what you want. As they craft the table themselves they are intimately familiar with their product and it shows. They even provide photos of them making YOUR table! Couldn't have been better.

    The table: Is gorgeous and amazing and we love it. Our table ran 82"L x 42"W which accommodates our dining room well. The build quality is second to none and we're very happy with it! The leaves are super cool - as they fit and sit smoothly across the table perfectly filling the insert. To take it out - they give you a magnet with which to pull one of the leaves out - allowing you to easily get to the rest. The holder for the leaves is essential and provides a nice looking way to elegantly store them.

    The add-ons:
    We decided on some add-ons for our table. We went with the two-sided insert, a couple mug holders, 4 jumbo cup holders and 4 card and counter trays.

    Jumbo cup holders/ mug holders: Overall I like these and am planning on getting more. They allow me and my friends to keep drinks off the table and, I feel, are important to keeping the table looking great and will keep your drink in place. However - the biggest downside is while they are secure when holding your drink at the table - if you bop them (say, by standing up to reach for boardgame bits on the table) you will almost certainly send it tumbling to the floor along with your drink. I've had a couple friends accidentally do this and I fully expect this will be an issue in the future.

    Should you get them? Overall I love it. The velvet plush felt is wonderful to play boardgames on and I have no issues at all in that regard. The one small issue I have is the insert doesn't sit flush with the table. As a result I've had some boardgame bits (mainly cardboard coins that are flat) get lodged between the insert and table. It's an extremely minor issue but something to keep in mind nonetheless.
    Would I get it even knowing about this issue? Absolutely. Totally worth the money. Pulling the insert out and putting it in is easy with a small piece of durable cloth sticking out of one side of the insert. Just pull it up, put it to the side, and then put it back in, flip it or whatever you want to do. It's easier with two people but overall a definitely worth it.

    Card/Counter trays: When I saw these I really thought these would be more useful than they are. I envisioned enjoying playing Ticket to Ride or Kingsburg or some other game with a bunch of bits that sit by the wayside waiting to be used on a future turn, however, when we did play these games and used the card/counter tray the fatal flaw of the add-on became all too clear: because the add-on attaches like so many others - to the insert on the outside of the table - the addon sits below the surface of the table - making it impossible for players to see what you have. In Ticket to Ride - this means others can't see how many trains you have if you place them on the card/counter tray denying players essential information to make decisions in the endgame. Likewise in Kingsburg - what bits you have (+2 chits for example) are also essential information that players need to know you have in order to make appropriate decisions during their turn and these card/counter trays make that impossible. I firmly believe these were made with good intentions but it just doesn't work. Another problem I've had is with their magnets used to attach it to the table. There are three magnets and they are all screwed on one side of the tray. However, the magnets seem to pull on the screws and, over a short amount of time, pull them out - meaning you'll have to screw them back in yourself when this happens. This was a minor annoyance but an annoyance nonetheless.
    Sadly, as they are now, I can't recommend them. In spite of playing a large variety of boardgames I have yet to find a game where these would be useful.

    Communication / Feedback after purchase:
    Just as, if not more important, than buying the table itself is finding a company that stands behind it, being able to take constructive criticism and professionally address concerns. After buying the table, I did have some concerns and constructive feedback - most of which was brought up earlier in this interview (like the magnets for the card/counter trays). I'm happy to say that Sara and Robert both took my concerns seriously, and responded professionally and with empathy. They were wonderful to deal with and it was obvious they wanted to ensure (and continue to ensure) I enjoyed my table for years to come. This point can not be overstated enough - I feel happy and confident that to say if you get a table from Uniquely Geek Robert and Sara will do everything they reasonable can to ensure you are happy with it and any and all concerns of yours are addressed. I've loved working with them and look forward to doing so in the future.

    Conclusion: If you're in the market for a competitively priced heirloom quality boardgame table then look no further. Uniquely Geek makes a damn good product and stands behind it. In spite of the issues mentioned above - none of them are dealbreakers and can be worked around. I can't say enough how happy I am with my purchase.

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  3. We purchased a Legacy table last year as part of our home renovation as the We are so glad we did. It's an incredible piece of furniture. We have hosted a ton of gaming sessions and any time we have friends or family in town we always sit around this table together and have an amazing time. It's easily the nicest thing we own, by a longshot. Our table is made out of sapele wood and it's a gorgeous color. The process was fun and Robert and his team were so wonderful to work with. They made the table to our exact specifications (we wanted a table big enough to host 8 people drafting Magic or for playing a Warhammer game). It fits perfectly in to our newly remodeled home. They took extra care in shipping the table too, it was delivered and unpacked with extreme care (and the poor delivery company had to bring it up 2 flights of stairs). Thank you so much!

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  4. My partner and I had been shopping around for a quality gaming table for a while. Not only do we both play DnD, but we have been collecting boardgames for years. Some of the games we love are legacy games, require extensive set up, or have a million little pieces that end up under the couch or in between cushions. Our little coffee table just wasn't cutting it! A game table was at the top of our wish-list.

    In addition to prioritizing a game table, we wanted something that was practical, durable, and felt appropriate for our current lifestyle. Investing in an solid wood heirloom piece that was made in USA and could dual as a dining table was the goal, but that only made our search much more difficult.

    We stumbled on Uniquely Geek after watching an episode of SMOSH, of whom noted their new gaming table had been made by UG. After researching UG and their diverse portfolio for table customization, we knew they were the perfect company to build our table.

    From start to finish, we were involved in the development of our Marquess table. Robert was extremely responsive and provided routine updates on where it was in the build process. It made the experience very personable and exciting.

    We decided to get a counter height Marquess with padauk top with a wenge pedestal. At its longest width, 5.5 ft.

    The end product is absolutely beautiful - the quality and craftsmanship are beyond what we had initially imagined. This table is also hefty - its incredibly sturdy, and will likely outlive us.

    And that padauk table top - stunning!

    We can't recommend Uniquely Geek enough. The level of care they put into their craft is evident in how they treat their customers, and the quality gaming tables they produce.

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  5. The journey to get the Legacy custom table was smooth and enjoyable. From initial questions I had, through the design process and finally delivery.

    I have had the opportunity to use the table for it's many objectives, a place to sit and eat or visit, and of course to play games.

    The table is extremely stable and sturdy. It looks amazing and I look forward to many years of use and enjoyment.

    I don't have any pictures of it in my home, but I do have the pictures that were provided as part of the entire build process. I selected a couple of the final product, and they also provide pictures as the build progresses as well.

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  6. Trying to tie up a few loose end projects at the house led me to the wonderful world of board game tables. After exploring several options, I initially was left disappointed as most game table manufacturers had set models with set options and I really needed more of a custom build; enter Uniquely Geek. Right from the jump I was blown away with the simple fact that I was able to select the exact size that I required for the space. Bonus blown away when I found out that I would be dealing with a small business based right here in the greater Phoenix area, practically neighbors. I placed my deposit and had zero regrets. I have not even mentioned the fact that I found the overall cost (once you factor in everything that you get) was the best that I could find when comparing like tables.

    Although the initial wait was going to be 15 months for me, there was just enough communication to keep me in the loop and before I knew it it was design time. This process went great as the back and forth between myself and the UG staff as several design elements were tossed about, until the final design was struck. At this point I cannot overstate how great the overall customer expiernece was, communication with both Sara and Robert was awesome. Speaking of awesome, near the end of the design process I was offered the chance to move my production day up by about 4 months. At the time I was on a strict budget planned out for the original project date. Again the UG team worked with me as I was able to lock in the earlier date by allowing me to make my initial 50% payment in two parts, who does that these days?

    Finally as the new project date kicked in, and the 'project baby pictures' started to come our way; the anticipation was real! Saving the best for last, the delivery date was set, and who delivered my table? Yep, both Robert and Sara. The drove the table over, brought in the house, assembled it, and gave me all of the information that I needed regarding our new table and the care that it needed. Overall an amazing expiernece, from beginning to end for what is in our view a beautiful table from top to bottom and side to side!

    For the curious this table is 42" x 70" overall, game vault of 32.25" x 60.25", made out of brown maple in a Vanadium finish with a flush play surface addition. Finally a use for our dining room!

    Image #1 from Richard DeLaRosa
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  7. Uniquely Geek's hand made table is truly a work of art in our home. The form and function are both amazing. UG was responsive and helpful throughout the design process. While a custom hand crafted table isn't the most economical option, we are happy we didn't compromise, as this table is absolutely and beautiful and will last a lifetime.

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  8. Fifteen years ago I stumbled upon tables with game vaults and it immediately made it onto my bucket list. And a little over a year ago the stars finally aligned and it was time to get the process going. I looked around to see who was making tables with game vaults and most of what I found just didn't seem to be heirloom quality furniture that I had seen so long ago. Uniquely Geek was the exception, their tables were absolutely beautiful and exactly what I was looking for. I placed my deposit and waited for my turn to come up in production.

    Once it was my turn the process of designing the table was super simple. I was initially overwhelmed by the sheer amount of options available to me but UG walked me through everything step by step and I was placing the production deposit. Production was impressively quick for such a large table (96" long by 52" wide) and UG provided production pictures for every step along the way.

    Delivery was quick and UG even called as the truck arrived to make sure that everything arrived intact and to walk me through assembly (side note, due to time zones it had to be 6am at UG when they called). Assembly was super easy, just a couple of wooden "pins" and 8 bolts, it took longer to get the table out of the crate than it did to actually put it together.

    Now for the table, it's stunning. I've dreamed about a table like this for FIFTEEN years, and if I am being honest I was preparing myself for a bit of disappointment. I had wanted this table for so long that I was convinced that I had built it up to be better than reality would ever be. Man was I wrong!! UG absolutely took the vision I had in my head and made it better than I could have ever hoped for. This table was absolutely worth the wait and I'm so glad that I found them!

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  9. This is easily the one of the best purchases I've ever made. I have wanted a game table forever and did a lot of research before deciding to go with this one. I chose Uniquely Geek because I really liked the rail system (I wanted removable cupholders) and because it is so customizable. They make the design process very easy through personal emails (rather than just an automated thing). Robert walked me through any decision that I was confused about in order to customize the table exactly to what I wanted to use it for, and went above and beyond when helping me figure out the wood choice. They sent pictures of it as it was being built, and personally set it up in my living room. I was a little nervous about custom-ordering something that I didn't get to see in person, but the table is absolutely stunning. Not only is it gorgeous, but everyone who sees it talks about the sheer quality of the woodworking. The design is so well thought out, including how the leaves fit together, how to remove them, and small details such as the type of lining they chose in case a spill happens. They encouraged me to contact them if I had any problems and left instructions on how to care for the table. They've truly thought of everything and really care about their customers. This table is the pride and joy of my whole house!

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  10. We have an incredible game table!

    When we moved from Alaska to Arizona at the end of 2021, we decided it was time to explore our dream of having a custom game table to support our board gaming lifestyle. We'd built a beautiful new home, so we knew we'd have a great sport for it. After doing some online research, I was impressed with Uniquely Geek. Their tables looked amazing, their reviews were solid- and they were only an hour away! Even the extremely long lead time (about 15 months from deposit to build start - back then!) couldn't sway us. We put down our deposit, bought a (relatively) inexpensive table for the next year and a half, and we waited.

    Robert called about 6 months early! There had been some openings- were we ready to go? Definitely!

    The process of working with Uniquely Geek was incredibly satisfying. Furnishing a new home comes with a lot of waiting, a lot of frustration, and sometimes some settling. None of that happened with Uniquely Geek. The process of designing our table was fun. While we had some solid ideas on what we wanted, We were also guided on some areas we hadn't really thought about. We were given clear choices and recommendations on sizing and accessories. Questions about our preferred games led to suggestions on table vault depth and size. Stain color samples were provided quickly. The back and forth on questions, answers, clarifications and choices was quick, clear and efficient. Once things were set, we were fortunate enough to move up in the build queue. Updates (including pictures!) were provided.

    Long story short (ok, not that short!)- our table was delivered and set up before Christmas 2022- more than three months early!

    The quality of our table is amazing. The workmanship is fantastic. Every detail works. The double-sided insert provides two different colors and types of fabric for amazing game play. The depth of the playing surface ("vault") below the table edge is just right. The leaves slide in tightly, and the seals between the leaves ensure any spills on the table top won't leak through. The attachments slide into the magnetic rail around the table- the mug holders handle my wife's 32-oz tumblers no problem. We'll often split half the table into game mode while the other half is in breakfast mode- allowing the best of both worlds!

    Our game table from Uniquely Geek has definitely been one of the highlights of our move to the "Lower 48". The investment made in our table has already been worth it in the great evenings we've had with friends enjoying board games big and small. While I'm happy to recommend businesses that do things the right way and provide amazing products and services, I can say unreservedly that Uniquely Geek tops the list of any company I've had the pleasure to work with. Robert and Sara went above and beyond at every juncture to ensure our table was exactly what we wanted. It is without question the finest piece of furniture I've ever seen!

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21722 E Estrella Rd.
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