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ALPS Mountaineering Fremont Table

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Fremont Table

Prep dinner at your campsite atop the Alps Mountaineering Fremont Table. Its hard table top makes this table excellent to prep, serve, and clean without a problem. The adjustable legs give you an ideal height whether you're tall or short, and the powder-coated steel frame stays sturdy throughout many meals.

  • Durable camping table works as a serving table or food prep station
  • Sturdy powder-coated steel frame with hard table ensures rigidity
  • Adjustable to three different heights for versatile use
  • Item #ALM005H

Material
powder-coated steel
Height
[standard height] 30 in, [intermediate height] 35.5 in, [extended height] 42 in
Dimensions
22 x 61in
Claimed Weight
25lb 7oz
Recommended Use
camping
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Camp Kitchen Luxury

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This table is a great addition to a car camping, rafting, overlanding, or whatever kitchen set up. I used to borrow my friend's blue roll-a-table for river trips but not since I got this table. The big advantage over the ubiquitous blue tables is that this table can be set up at bar, counter, or table height. No more bending over to chop food at a waist high table, this provides kitchen counter height convenience. Plus, the table top is huge, about 5 ft by 2 ft. We gather around it at bar height for camp happy hour. The legs angle out instead of being straight up and down so the base is wide and it's very stable. The folding top is sturdy enough for camp kitchen use and my 25 lb daughter insisted on sitting/crawling all over it last trip but I wouldn't put a cooler with 100 lb of beer and ice on it. Disadvantages compared to the blue tables are that it is heavier (25 lb to 10 lb) and not suitable to sit at because of the accordion part of the frame. I have two and bought one for my envious friends as a gift.

This
>Rating: 1

Fremont Table

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

The top appears to be made of plastic covered cardboard. Mine got wet once and was warped and ruined. This could be a great table if the top were much more durable.

>Rating: 5

Easy setup, great for capming

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This table is super portable and takes less than 30 seconds to take up/break down. Just enough space for everything you need to produce a great camp meal or eat at. A little on the heavy side, but this makes it super sturdy if wind blows in.

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What is under the protective covering? Is it more aluminum or cardboard as one reviewer suggested?

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Could someone explain the table top of this product. The description says it's made of steel, however the image looks like the top is covered in a cloth or plastic? Can this top be removed and the steel is underneath? Is this material OK for placing really hot items onto it, or will the material get damaged?