Instead of huddling around the campfire with plates of food balancing in your laps, set up the KingCamp Bamboo Table and have a nice sit-down dinner. These sturdy and dependable camp tables pack flat and travel well. They have 3 different heights for you to adjust as you need, Multi-purpose, very convenient and cost-effective.
- Mesh shelf included for easy storage
- Stores flat and adjusts between 3 different heights
- Bamboo desktop, waterproof and anti-UV
- Aluminum frame, lightweight but sturdy and durable
- No tools are required for assembly of collapsible table, you can set up it in seconds
- Carry bag with handle included, space saving and easy to carry
|39.3" x 25.6" x 17.7/ 20.5"/25.6" (100 x 65 x 45/52/ 65 cm)
|39.7" x 6.7" x 4.7" (101 x 17 x 12 cm)
|176 lbs/80 kg
|15 lbs/6.8 kg
I have only used this table TWICE.
These pics are how it looked the SECOND time I pulled it out of its bag. I never got it wet other than to wipe it down and stored in dry storage flat.
We live in Arizona so humidity did not do this either.
The table folds and fits into its rectangular bag for storage. It is perfect for tailgating or camping. It is not light, but what it gains is a nice sturdy table that does not look or feel like a folding table when set up. Very well built.
Recently got into camping and wasn't sure about whether we really needed a folding table or not. It turned out to be an amazing help when we pulled up to a state park campsite and the provided picnic table looked like it'd recently been drug out of a bog.
For us it served duty as a place to cook on and eat at, but it could just as easily do most any other tabley thing you'd expect.
It's big enough to hold a portable, two-burner, propane stove (about the size of a large briefcase), a cutting board, a 5-qt pot, a stack of paper plates, and maybe a couple other fixings. It's a bit short for cooking on if you're tall, (I'm 6'3"), but the backache is no worse than any you'd get doing dishes for a long time.
It can sit 4 adults comfortably and 6 not comfortably. We don't have kids, but I reckon you could pack 8 around this thing if they're smallish.
The table can be setup by just one person and easy to figure out without instructions (it comes with instructions, but who keeps those things anyway). It's sturdy-ish. The bamboo is solid and the table didn't budge against 35+ mph wind gusts. Overall an excellent purchase.
I'm an REI junky through and through, so I was pleasantly surprised at how much better this table was than anything I've bought camping-table-wise from REI over the years. even when folded down it takes up a decent bit of space, and it's far too heavy to use for anything other than car camping or tailgating, but as such, it fits excellently in a niche that no other product I could find has been able to. if I remember correctly I also got it during a lightning deal which was nice.
This particular table was too big for our car camping journey, so they make all different shapes and sizes. We just picked up the smaller size instead. Nice quality.