|White 3 ft||White 4 ft||White 5 ft||White 6 ft|
|Unfold Size (L x W)||36" x 22"||48" x 24"||60" x 24"||72" x 24"|
|Folded Size (L x W x H)||22"x4"x12"||24"x4"x16"||24"x4"x20"||24"x4"x24"|
|Table Surface Material||Medium Density Fiberboard||Medium Density Fiberboard||Medium Density Fiberboard||Medium Density Fiberboard|
The table looks like it came from an earlier decade, with the diner-like print on the surface and the old-school aluminum design. My wife likes the way it looks, too.It's easy to unfold and set up, easy to fold back up again, and takes up very little room.When set up, it's pretty sturdy. I can't see anything I'd change about it. It's a great table for camping, or for use in a swap meet., etc.No gotchas or bad surprises here; just a decent travel table at a fair price.
Light and compact.Stored easy in my travel trailer.
I wouldn’t put too much weight on this table. I feel like if I pushed it too hard it would buckle under the pressure, I won’t push my luck though. It could come in handy for camping if you needed to put a few light items on it. It’s also very short, I’m a tall guy so this will be an inconvenience for me.I know that is somewhat negative information but it does have some good qualities as well. It is very compact, actually not much bigger than a briefcase to be exact. It’s also very lightweight so it can be carried around with relative ease. So I would recommend this table for very lightweight duty but if you’re looking for a thanksgiving table to put your bird and other fixings, look elsewhere.
I got this table for our travel trailer. I cook outside a lot and wanted a small table to use. I currently use a heavy plastic 8' table. It was just way too heavy and awkward to set up. This is very compact and doesn't take up a lot of room in our small trailer. It folds out in three sections. Has a nice carry handle. The weight is just about right. Not too heavy or too lightweight. It's aluminum all around the edges and the legs are aluminum as well. But the top is a type of fiber board with a Formica type covering. It will not stand up to rain or dampness. Setting this up is a cinch. Each leg folds out separately and you add another section to it. The legs are stored inside by rubber brackets. It has screw on tips to help level it on uneven surfaces. There are four legs on the size I got. This sits a little lower than what I am used to using. But it's still high enough for me to prepare meals on outside. It won't hold a lot of weight. But I don't have any reason to use anything heavy on it anyway.
It's a bit costly compared to other tables but the other tables don't pack up small. This table is just perfect for a pop up vendor table. I love the support clips and strength this little guy has and it packs up easily into a brief case and I have had zero issues with assembly. Its a no brainer to put together. If you need space saver table for easy transport these are amazing. Throw it in the car or canvas wagon and go!