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ALPS Mountaineering Regular Dining Table

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    • Annodized Aluminum
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    28 Reviews

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    Make your sitting-on-a-log-balancing-your-plate-in-your-lap act obsolete.

    Set up the Alps Mountaineering Regular Dining Table, spread out the yummy camping food, and dig in. At 28 inches wide and 43 inches long, this camping table delivers plenty of space for a two-person chow-down. The sturdy aluminum frame holds your fireside feast, so none of it ends up feeding the ants. Easily collapse the Dining Table after dinner to prevent the raccoons from clip-clapping across it all night. When you're ready to pack up the car, Alps Mountaineering included a convenient carry bag to store this camping table.
    • Item #ALM0075

    Tech Specs

    Material
    anodized aluminum
    Totable
    yes
    Height
    28 in
    Dimensions
    43 x 28 in
    Claimed Weight
    12 lb
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Size is right

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My favorite part about this table is its ability to roll up to a small size. I have another Alps Mountaineering folding table but the table-top is rigid so it still takes up space. This takes up less space in my camper rig.

    Does what is says

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is the perfect table for when you want to save a little weight and space. I last used it for a week long camp trip where I had a water jug, stove, and various cooking stuffs on it the entire time, and this thing held up great. Probably wouldn't want to put a ton of weight on it, but that's not what its for anyway.

    Great Table

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this to use on my back deck. I didn't see the point in wasting money on some fancy patio furniture when I can have this great table to use back there, and also pack it up and go when a base camp adventure was in the works. This is the perfect table to take on car camping adventures and makes for a clean camp.

    Feel free to reach directly out to me with any questions on this table or anything else at all!

    Decent table, not the sturdiest

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Got this for car camping. The size is perfect. Fits my 2 burner stove with space for prep and other stuff as well. Could be a bit taller. I am 6ft and I have to hunch over to use it.

    My only real beef with it is that it is so light that it feels like it won't stand up to much weight. Again, prefect for a stove and some extras but not much more than that.

    That being said I am still very happy with the table and plan to use it a ton, just wish it would have been made with something a little heavier for the legs.

    Perfect Camp Table

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

    A great table for car camping. We set up a water Jug and stove on this table and it was solid the whole trip. Surprisingly sturdy for how small it packs away and perfect amount of room for preparing meals and storing the camp kitchen stuff.

    Easy to set up and solid!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a must have if you are car-camping! We use it all the time to set up our outdoor kitchen area and this thing is SOLID! Takes 30 seconds to put together or pack up, dries super fast after a bit of rain due to the slats design and is the perfect size. We always put the following on it: 2 burners, water jug, box of kitchen accessories/dry food and usually store our cooler under it.



    The only minor issue is the little pieces of plastic at the end tend to fall off. You can easily snap them back on.



    Great purchase at a great price!

    Easy to set up and solid!

    ALPS Mountaineering Table

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought my table about a year ago and I have to say that I am very pleasantly surprised how durable it is. It is very easy to setup and take down. Just make sure to lock the legs.
    Very, very happy with it.

    lightweight and quick to set up

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a really great table for how light and easy it is to set up and pack away. The slats on the table top are sturdy and stay in place and roll up to be reasonably compact. One tradeoff is that since it's so lightweight it probably can't hold the heaviest camp items, or at least I don't want to find out what the failure point is. While it's totally fine for camp stoves, kitchen gear, and random camp objects I probably won't trying throwing our 7 gallon water jug on it.

    Everything but not very rigid

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

    I bought this table at the same time I bought a similar product from Stoic. This table packs quite nicely and is super easy to assemble however the table has little rigidity across the table(left to right). This could be cause I'm comparing it directly to the Stoic however I feel like this table will fall apart after it gets some miles on it. Also I would be careful cooking on it because I feel like it would only take a small bump to knock things off. I guess you could add you own support across the center of the table but I haven't tried.

    Nice table for the money

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I use this table for food prep when camping and tailgating. I like how small it folds up (basically the same size and weight of a big bag chair) and the overall quality. It is relatively lightweight so you shouldn't expect to put a big heavy cooler on it. Also, mine was received with a slightly dented leg which is pretty easy to do. I like it for what I bought it for and if you keep its limitations in mind, you will too. Backcountry has the best deals and extremely fast shipping with great communication.

    Great table!

      This is a must if you car camp, picnic at a neighborhood park or just want extra space at a party. It's so light, easy to pack and carry around, yet sturdy and well constructed. I use it to bbq in my backyard and then tuck it away to have deck space. I've also used it inside to double the size of my kitchen table, for larger groups. Because the slats have small spaces in between them, if you spill something liquid it's probably going to get in the cracks, and it's a little tough to clean. Not a big enough of a problem to sway my love for this thing, just a heads up. Also, the surface can be a little bit fragile - metal can scrape it up!

      how much weight will it hold?

      how much weight will it hold?

      I don't have specs on weight capacity, but my experience has been that I have not worried one bit about loading it up with picnic material and/or having people sit around it with their elbows leaning on it.



      I'd feel safe in loading the top with four or five cases of beer all spread out... but I would not feel safe putting a 10 gallon cooler of water in one spot.



      So... not a heavyweight table... but not at all fragile-feeling in normal use.

      How about some detail in the descriptions...

      How about some detail in the descriptions of the tables you sell. Need length, width and height on all of them along with weight and packed size. Some of the descriptions have some of this but none have all of it and many don't have much at all.

      Best Answer

      - Size: 28" wide x 43" long x 28" tall

      - Weight: 12 lbs.

      - Aluminum Fold-Up Top

      - Sturdy Aluminum X-Frame

      - Shoulder Carry Bag Included: 5" x 7" x 43"

      - Anodized Aluminum Frame



      I also added comments to the ALPS Mountaineering Square and XL tables, and let someone at backcountry know of missing details on the tables.