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WHITEWATER CLUB= Lifejackets not required


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6 years ago



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#2829 1 year ago

Hi all. My apologies if this question has already been addressed in this forum. My wife and I may have an opportunity to purchase a White Water that looks restored with LED's and what not. Not sure on the price yet but my guess prob in the 6k range. We currently have a Ghostbusters premium and Medieval Madness remake and have a TNA on the way. When I first got into pinball White Water was one of those games that got me very intrigued into the hobby. It was my go to game playing on the pinball arcade and I always play it at my local arcade even though the one there is not in the best condition and kind of plays like doo doo. My question for owners/ex owners. Do you feel this pin to be a great addition to a small collection and do you feel it has great staying power in your home? If you did sell yours, why? What are things that bug you about the game or things I should look out for that are problems. I love the game play and if I had unlimited funds I would of course have this in my house. Hell I would have every pin if money was not an issue! Would love to here your opinions and feedback. Thanks!

#2835 1 year ago

Thanks all for feedback/replies! My reason on the 6k price is because he is a local distributer and not just a home seller. I will get more details tomorrow. We have bought all are other machines from him minus the TNA which we just went through Spooky. He has a bunch of Bally Williams games which are all in amazing condition but are up there in price. He's got to make a buck off of them of course. Below is a pic. The Creech next to that one is in great shape as well and I have a played a bunch of games on that one. I believe he's selling that one for 7k. I have attached a pic of the Whitewater.

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#2837 1 year ago
Quoted from mbaumle:

**thelaw's opinion on blue LEDs intensifies**

Yes I do agree that it's pretty blinding. I will need to check it out in person but it seems very blue. Haha

#2841 1 year ago
Quoted from freegame450:

I saw that you mentioned your distributor also has a Creech for sale. If you are considering the Creature instead of the WH2O, my recommendation would be to go with the White Water. I have owned both for quite a few years and they both are keepers. The Creature is a classic, but is a relatively easy game to play. I like the WH2O a little bit more because of its uniqueness and it is more challenging to play.

I agree. I would love to own a Creature one day but I agree that WH20 is more challenging of a game and would like to have that one at the house instead.

#2845 1 year ago

I should hear back today on what the magic number is. I will go check it out and let you all know the results. Thanks again!

#2847 1 year ago
Quoted from Jam_Burglar:

Planking can be a problem with White Waters and that would be one of the bigger issues (for a 6K machine). Look for any type of cracks or lines running vertically through the playfield. Supposedly the SP (as opposed to LS) playfields are less prone to planking.

Interesting. I will be on the look out for that. I haven't heard back as of yet on a price but I have a feeling he is going to be pretty high on it. He lists on his Facebook page that it is a "fully restored" White water which means try to get everything that was put into it out. I played the White water at my local arcade again last night and it has gotten worse. No Way Out doesn't register and for some reason you can not progress through the rafts. The playfield looks pretty good but I have not inspected with a comb. I am tempted on reaching out to the owners of the arcade to see if they would be willing to sell that one. I could get it on the cheap and then make it a project pin for me. We shall see.

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