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Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Rated 5out of5
fromNice little table I bought this to use when I go camping on my motorcycle. I go where there are no picnic tables so this table will work perfect for comfort. Nice adjustable leg height to match the ratio of the chair I will be using with it. The chair i use is the pocket chair as seen on tv. Perfect height so I can eat and cook with my alcohol stoves comfortably. Packs small and doesn't take much room up along with my other gear I take. Perfect for car camping, beaches, motorcycle camping if you have the room. Overall good quality and construction. Easy to setup, the long rods do take a small fiddling around with to get them through the holes of each panels, but not to bad.
Date published: 2014-03-28
Rated 2out of5
fromnot up to the challenge This table is very small and lightweight, but it's a pain to set up. You have to feed two tiny metal rods through each table slat, which has been an exercise in frustration every time I've done it.
Also, the table broke on our second camping trip because someone sat on it. The table clearly wasn't designed to be sat on, but it does look kind of like a chair when it's set up, which is a design flaw I hadn't even considered. My next table will be taller so no one mistakes it for a sittable surface.
Date published: 2012-07-07
Rated 5out of5
fromgreat little table This has been a great little table, mine is probably 5+ years old. I use it for car camping, river trips, an extra side table in the backyard, lots of uses. folded up in the carry bag it is really compact. the 2 heights are appreciated, and it is nice to have a flat metal surface for a canister stove. Clearly not for ultralight backpacking. threading the little metal pins is not that difficult in the set-up.
Date published: 2013-08-08
Rated 5out of5
fromCamping/Beach/Flexible furniture We bought this table 5 years ago, and it has served us well. It's got the packed size and weight one would almost expect from backpacking gear, and certainly fits the campground camper who likes comforts and camps from a very small car like myself. (Incl the bag it's about 25x5x2.5.) We use it like a coffee table or game table at our campsite most of all, it's big enough for many portable games + some drinks at 24x18. With the legs all the way up, it's a good height for chair-in-a-bag or captain's camp chairs, with the legs half folded in it's perfect for sitting on the ground at the beach or music in the park type event. It's easy to clean being aluminum, and the small gaps keep water from pooling up on it with moisture or drink spills. It is a lightweight camp addition, it's very compact design when packed is a huge plus, but it suffers from the tiny bit of inconvenience that some backpacking versions of camping gear often do. But if you're taking it camping, my recommendation is to put the table tap on a flat surface or at least the ground to slide the poles that hold it together in an out. You have to remove the poles, fold in the legs and THEN put the poles in the C hooks that hold them in place when you disassemble. I'd easily recommend this table as a gift for a regular camper, beachgoer, and/or the kind of festivals where you bring your own stuff and have a picnic and a listen for a few hours.
Date published: 2012-08-13