Thursday, June 21, 2007

Giant Chess Sets with Mat

Detailed Product Description
Giant Chess Sets (Item 001)

Very nice design, Good Looking knight and Bishop.
Its a great lawn chess set, garden chess set, or simply an outdoor chess set for any imaginable occasion. Great for schools, hotels, and resorts. I have the Best Quality, and most inexpensive chess products.

The only giant outdoor chess set that chess players have come to admire worldwide.

ALL WEATHER plastic resists heat, cold, and the elements.

Every piece is EASY to move with small knob-style tops!

Standard and proportional Staunton chess set designed to be most familiar and recognizable by chess players worldwide.

Steven Nicholls guarantees quality for years of worry-free, break-free play.

Polyurethane plastic is tough, durable, and kid proof!

Weighted for optimal play convenience. Add extra weight if you desire by separating the base of each piece and adding sand or water. Replacement pieces can be purchased if you ever lose a piece!

Includes 32 Giant Chess Pieces with Black and White for high visibility. Plus Nylon fabric giant chess mat. It can be folded, walked on, beaten-up and it still looks great! It can also be machine washed. It accommodates the giant chess pieces and giant checkers piece perfectly, if you wish to add checkers please let me know. Each square is 13 inches across. With a 2-inch border, the entire chess board measures 9 feet.

All Pieces base size: 9.5 inches diameter.

King: 25 inches tall; 1.39kg
Queen: 22 inches tall; 1.36kg
Knight: 18 inches tall; 1.12kg
Bishop: 21.5 inches tall; 1.13kg
Rook: 17 inches tall; 0.94kg
Pawn: 16.5 inches tall; 0.83kg

Cost of each set is Australian $550.00

FREE Postage for the month of JULY! "Sorry 0nly in Australia". If you want to buy a giant chess set I will ship anywhere in the world please send me an email for postage outside of Australia. ABN:99561776989
Best Price for anything chess related

1 comment:

David Brimble said...

We bought two Giant chess Sets and both were delivered without a problem, thanks!!

A school in USA
David Brimble