They look very much like the tables that The Windmill in Southwick had. Supplied by The Capitol Coin Company, they were not the best tables I have played on. The worst bit was when you tried to get a ball from the tray that had gone down the 10 or 100 hole. The coin slot had a habit of taking bits of your hand off. Also the balls seemed to me to be lighter and smaller than a normal table.
Life is like a sewer, what you get out of it depends upon what you put into it. (Tom Lehrer)
Quite so Regg3y, the actual make is Supreme, and the general consensus of the forum when discussing this modern version of the table is one of regret that they ever started wholesale manufacture. (You will find discussions on table types under 'ClubClass Lounge'.)
I remember playing an Interleague match on one in the Windmill, Southwick and the balls were jumping about all over the place (it had an MDF base rather than a slate bed) - and I too kept catching my hand on the coin slot: the base is designed round a pool table.
We are working on updating the map of venues throughout the UK with tables, and yesterday I found evidence of quite a few in the north of England (Manchester especially) which I suspect may be of this type.