The Camp Table's modern design is both aesthetically pleasing and functional. The aluminum mesh surface sheds liquids and allows you to transfer hot cook wear directly onto the table. Plus, it's only 5" thick when collapsed and can be stored and transported in a durable carrying bag. Color: Army Green
this isn't my first metal table, but by far and away it is the best that i have owned. It is beefy, sturdy, bombproof. Although i wish that it had adjustable legs, that minor inconvenience is offset by the incredible stability for cooking, working, tinkering, etc. And besides, a quick rock under a leg or a quick scoop with a shovel gets it to level.
i’ve only had it a few days, and i’m just using it in my living room testing it out, as i have not been able to go camping as yet, i’m aware it will be totally different when i get it out into the boonies with unlevel terrain, but seems good so far just using it inside.
This is a must -have.
I was skeptical about what I'd heard and seen in some video reviews, mostly because that's my nature. I had been considering the table/table+chair kit but had a potential/unknown issue with a ReadyLight, but FSR went above and beyond in that space. More on that elsewhere.
Cutting to the chase, I took the table out on a last-minute trip because it arrived earlier than expected and then a couple more trips. It's the current favorite item among the folks I trail with, and that's largely based upon the portability and stability, plus the perforated metal top. This thing is exceptional and I think I need another.