Great Basic Kitchen Table for the Money
Reviewed by TheLostHiker from Kentucky on Monday, March 28, 2016
Great lightweight and easy to setup camp kitchen table. A little wobbly until you start setting stuff on it and it settles down. Seems sturdy enough to support quite a bit of stuff. My only complaint is the side table that flips out isn't wide enough to support many of the common camp stoves, but it's not a huge deal since I can just set them on the top table on the left side. The bag that comes with it is nice as well. It's a pretty durable nylon canvas material, but not padded. It's just enough to keep it from rattling around with your other gear and getting scratched up. It also appears to be all aluminum so I don't think rust will ever be an issue. There is one confusing part to me. The removable table top and shelf on the left side can be rolled up. They are made out of aluminum slats held together with shock cord, similar to their roll top camp table. In this case, it doesn't make much sense since they never need to be rolled up, just clipped on and off when you pack it and set it up. It doesn't take away from the performance, just odd.