Bass Pro Shops Large Folding Camp Table
Great for camping
I have had one of these for the past 20 years. I've used it camping and for miscellaneous events at home for that many years. It is light weight, as it claims; it is not intended for heavy items. It is great to use as a cook table by the fire or under the awning of your camper or canopy. We've used it as an extra dining table/serving table, card table, or dish washing table.After 20 years, it is just as good as it was when I bought it. My daughter just requested this as a Christmas gift to complete her camping equipment.
December 6, 2014
3 stars only
I knew the table was not going to be rock solid going in but that was ok for my intended usage. Here's what bothers me though....I bought it for the advertised size and the advertised alleged light weight. The box clearly says "5 lbs" so I thought that was a plus for portablilty. In fact the table is 10 lbs after weighing it on my 0-55 lb digital scale, without the box or any packing material. Clearly a misleading claim on the manufactures side. Not a good way to do business and since Bass Pro Shops name is on it I would ask them to contact the maker and have them relabel their products correctly.
February 25, 2012
did the job
bought this after looking at many on-line. as with any review take this with a gain of salt. it's not as stable as i was led to believe/read. it was handy for putting things on, ie: coffee maker, toaster and other items around the campsite. but it wobbles a lot if your cutting so it's not to sturdy. it's won't fall down but it's very shaky. try it at home first and leave enough time to return it if you don't like it. the top isn't as tuff as i thought it would be because it came in damaged. i used it once, no time to run around but i'm gonna try to bring it back.
August 27, 2011
It's a good table also not very sturdy. Can't support heavy weight and would fly away in heavy winds.
We used it on camping trips, and we use it during summer time at home when we eat outdoor.
Folds eaily and not eavy. Can't use it with mesh camping chair as your chin would be just a bit higher than the table. I use sturdy forlding chairs otherwise you are really to low to eat on it.
May 27, 2012