Reviewed by kayakman from Johnstown, PA on Wednesday, December 28, 2011
It's a very nice, stable, and light table. But it is hard to fold the accordion top and wrestle everything back into the storage bag. It is much larger than I thought it would be, I wished I would have checked the measurements better before I ordered. However, it might be nice to have the extra sp...
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Reviewed by Troutbum from Kentucky on Wednesday, July 16, 2014
They certainly got the XL part correct! This table is big and very stable for a camp table. It's a bit tricky to get back in the bag after use. Not the best quality one might expect from ALPS, but so far so good.
Reviewed by Ezekiella from Somerville, MA on Wednesday, June 11, 2014
I bought this table to serve as the foundation for an enclosure around my cats' litter boxes. I put a tablecloth over it and voila! It works like a charm! The table is lightweight, easy to assemble, and even attractive. It would make a great patio table, too.
Reviewed by Anonymous from Colorado on Thursday, November 14, 2013
We got this table to use along with our pop-up camper when we cook outside. Camping season is over for this year, but we set it up and it should work just dandy. Light, easy to set up, seems quite sturdy, and will easily pack in our (very small) camper. Perfect!
Reviewed by Hikeandski from SW Washington on Friday, May 24, 2013
Our Boy Scout troop bought seven of these tables for their patrols.
They set up quickly and easily, and are a great size for cooking and cleanup.
They fold down and fit in a long carrying bag which is great for storage.
We do have troubles folding the table up accordion style to fit back in the bag, but with some work we can get them in.
These were a great value and we hope to have them for years.
It is a reasonably sturdy table, especially if you make sure it's set up on a good ground spot. Several people have been very pleased with this table and it will be able to hold a dutch oven.
Answered on 12/7/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Cast iron is only for car or horse camping, very heavy. Almost impossible to break, does rust, generally larger means wider and thus more stable, but except for dealing with the lid I've never had one tip or turn over if it has a flat bottom. Which is the kind to have, so you can use it anywhere. They cook great.
Answered on 1/17/2011 12:00:00 AM by LindaJ from Salt Lake City
This entire table is aluminum, though it does not specifically state if the hinges are aluminum or steel. The bolts and attachments look as though they are normal steel bolts. The rest of the table is aluminum though.
Answered on 4/26/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post