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 Wagon from Arizona on Tuesday, January 13, 2015
I have wanted one of these tables for a long time. I saw a wooden one many years ago, my friend still has it. I recently embarked on building a tear drop trailer and this table is perfect. Sets up easily stable holds a glass of wine dinner for two cheese crackers and olives: Carrots sticks and desert for two. Portable light and I have wanted one for years. I am glad to have a place for one.
Reviewed by B.H. from California on Tuesday, October 28, 2014
I have a couple camp tables, but wanted one with a metal top which I could use as the cooking table when camping. This way you don't need to worry about a hot pot being set down on the table and doing some damage to the table. This table is pretty sturdy once fully assembled. Not too bulky when broken down. It's avg in that regard. As another reviewer mentioned, some of the edges on the slats are a little sharp, so be careful when assembling it. Once assembled there aren't any exposed edges.
The slats on the top are hollow aluminum. They're not a full rectangle hollow, but 3/4 of a rectangular. So the hollow portion of each slat is exposed on the underside. This makes them less durable. Also, all the slats are held together with a bungee like chord that runs through them perpendicular to the slats. In my experience bungee chords don't last more than a year or so before they lose their elasticity. So we'll see if it holds up. It's fully stretched when rolled up, which is how you store it, so it's a definite concern. Lastly, the metal is very thin, basically sheet metal. This makes it light weight, which is nice, but I expect this to get banged up and dented pretty easily on camping trips. Almost seems a little fragile. It's thin metal. Throwing all the gear in the back of the SUV or even unpacking isn't always gentle on gear. So I'll need to be conscious about this when transporting if I want it to not get dented or bent.
It will do okay for the intended purpose. If it was easy to return I probably would. My other tables are better quality and lasted years. But they're also more expensive. You can't beat the price on this. If I don't like it after a couple years it will go in the recycling bin.
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!