With four independently adjustable telescopic legs, this all-terrain camping table offers maximum adaptation and is perfect for extended trips in the wild.
From the Backyard to the Backwoods
Quick Adjust Camp Table
- Telescopic Legs: Each leg can extend from 18" to 28" tall, both adjustable and can be locked individually. This folding ensures a sturdy and even support for your food, valuables and entertainment devices, on all surfaces.
- 1-Piece Foldable Tabletop: Instead of connecting aluminum leaves with a thin elastic strand, all Portal tabletops are connected by side clips and will stay intact as one foldable piece.
- Stable Structure: The evenly spaced tabletop can be securely attached to the quick-folding frame.
- Mesh Shelf: the detachable mesh layer serves as extra storage space for paper towels, magazines, Bluetooth speakers or your kids’ toys.
- Scratch Protection: The carry bag has two separate compartments; one for the collapsible steel frame and one for the nicely patterned tabletop. This will reduce scratch and damage during transportation.
|Frame||Powder coated steel|
|Tabletop||Color coated Aluminum|
|Unfolded Dimension||35.4" L x20.9" W x27.5" H inch|
|Folded Dimension||7.1" L x5.1" W x35.4" H inch|
|Product Weight||9.30 lbs|
|Weight Capacity||66 lbs|
Customer Questions & Answers
Just what I needed for my HF radio station: economical, a breeze to assemble, lightweight, portable, good looking.
Like the table and functionality. Will see how it holds up. Did come with a slight dent on underside of table slates despite how well it was packaged.
The test will be whether the somewhat vulnerable plastic knobs that the table supports have to snap into don't get cracked or break off, esp when stuffing it back in the storage bag. I made some foam end caps to protect them from damage. But it's lightweight and easy to stow in our camper. Has worked fine so far.
This is a nice portable table, fairly sturdy easy to clean. Be cautious when assembling or tearing down, you could possible bend some of the hinged pieces. If you take your time, it shouldn't be a problem.
Good height for sitting at it to eat. Sturdy enough to hold a 7 gallon water jug. Spacious enough to put a single burner grill next to that jug, plus room for some bottles and cooking utensils. Feels well made. One of the legs that telescopes in is a tiny bit bent, so it doesn't slide in as easily as the other legs, but otherwise works fine. We didn't notice it until our second camping trip with it. We like the mesh layer for keeping items close by but off the table top. The clamps to hold the legs in place hold well, but even with arthritis I am able to open them.