Information about ALPS Mountaineering Roll-Up Camp Table - Aluminum
Closeouts. Moveable feasts set up easily by a mountain stream or sporting event with the ALPS Mountaineering aluminum roll-top camp table. Stores in its own stuff bag for easy carrying -- about the size of a collapsible camp chair.
Reviewed by Sondecicada from south Florida on Thursday, August 2, 2012
I was looking for a small (but not too small) collapsible or fold up table I could use primarily for camping. This table fits what I was looking for. Set up is basically 4 steps which take about 5 leisurely minutes for the first time set up. The second time I took the pieces out of it's bag, it t...
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Reviewed by Mountain Crawler from Colorado on Tuesday, August 25, 2015
I was skeptical when I pulled this table out for the first time. Construction felt a bit flimsy and it looked complicated. I am happy to say that this table has surprised me with its durability and ease of use. The only reason it doesn't get all five stars is that it's design is a little complicated for my simple mind. I did get proficient at putting it together after about two times though. I would certainly buy this product again if it continues to hold up well.
Reviewed by Maggie B from Jackson, WY on Saturday, August 1, 2015
Great product for the price - lightweight aluminum is easy to carry and move. It feels a bit flimsy when putting together with a series of snaps and clicks but it holds weight well. We've used the Coleman stove on top and also just as a general prep table. The top scuffs a bit but it adds to the charm of using it. Would likely buy a vinyl covered 'roll' top table in the future but for the price, this is hard to beat.
This table is fairly easy to set up. It takes a quick glance at the included instructions is all. Table is very sturdy and simple to take down and pack back up. Great for car camping.
Answered on 8/7/2014 6:18:43 AM by Buena vista from Colorado
Yes. takes almost no time at all.
Answered on 8/7/2014 7:02:06 AM by JM from NY, NY
It's not super easy, but it's fairly simple. After you've set up the table a couple times, it becomes second nature. Set the legs, then there are 2 tubes that snap into the legs making a secure base. Then the top 2 sides snap in followed by the top. Everything fits easily into the bag. It makes a good camping table.
Answered on 8/7/2014 1:42:02 PM by MonsoonMom from Miami, FL
Yep, after the first time you'll be getting it up in less than a few minutes. Take down is easy too!