Reviewed by OCULUS from Rensselaer, NY on Tuesday, March 26, 2013
My first clue was when I lugged the 25+ lb box in from the porch. Getting it out of its quality canvas, fitted carrying bag with shoulder straps was a challenge, but it also contained packing materials that are since disposed of. The scissor-frame that adjusts in table height reminds me of those c...
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Reviewed by rocky road from Buffalo, NY on Sunday, January 12, 2014
We use this table every year on a canoe trip. It packs up easily and sets up easily. Not crazy about the top cover material, dont think it will last.....all in all decent table, fairly priced when on sale.
Reviewed by German shorthair rescue man from California on Thursday, August 1, 2013
I unpacked the box quickly assembled table and found it to be sturdy and very well designed. I have not used it camping that I can see that it will work out perfectly for a nice table next to the cooking stove.
Reviewed by Wardog from Montana on Sunday, July 7, 2013
I bought this to use as an outdoor table when camping and hunting from my RV. I have actually been using it in my back yard so far and have enjoyed it immesely. It has three height settings and I've been keeping it on the lowest one as that is perfect lawnchair height. The middle setting would be fine as a serving table and keep it above "dog nose" height, with the highest setting being perfect as a work table for prepping food and cleaning game/fish. I have thoroughly enjoyed using it to date and we'll see how it holds up to camp duties later this summer and fall.
There are no maximum weight capacity available for this product. However we have reviews that indicate that it is very sturdy. This is the review.
"Astonishing construction, stability and quality. Heavy but sturdy beyond belief.
My first clue was when I lugged the 25+ lb. box in from the porch. Getting it out of its quality canvas, fitted carrying bag with shoulder straps was a challenge, but it also contained packing materials that are since disposed of. The scissor-frame that adjusts in table height reminds me of those collapsible catafalques that are used in churches to support the weight of a casket…it is that sturdy. And guess what, the box says its sturdy enough to clean fish…I'd bet it would suffice for bigger game too. The encased hard surface folding top with side skirts is covered in high-quality vinyl and appears to be easy to hose off. All in all, I can't praise this enough for its quality (typical of Browning), just be prepared to lug 25 pounds to your campsite….then plan the banquet on it. "
Answered on 6/27/2013 2:35:33 PM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post.