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Eureka Cook Table


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    Must-have for the backcountry chef.

    Just because you're away from the comfort of your kitchen doesn't mean you have to settle for subsisting on nothing but granola bars and dried fruit. The Eureka Cook Table offers a convenient way to help you prepare camp meals when you're out in the wild. Its waist-high design means you don't have to stoop over in the dirt to use your stove and it folds up for easy transportation. A detachable storage cabinet holds food, plates, and utensils, and it's zippered to keep bugs out. It also has and adjustable leveling foot so you can make it stable on uneven ground.

    • Silver powder-coated steel frame
    • Zippered detachable storage cabinet
    • Adjustable leveling foot
    • Carry bag included
    • Item #ERK000L

    Tech Specs

    31 x 32 x 19 in
    Folded Dimensions
    32 x 19.5 x 4.5 in
    32 in
    Carry Sack
    Claimed Weight
    11 lb 3 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Details please! Does this fold up so that the storage bin is still usable? Is it a storage bin that folds out to a table? Is it only one leg thats adjustable for uneven ground? Which Leg?

    Thanks for the help guys!

    In order to fold up the legs you will need to remove the bin and table top from the leg structure. You can still use the bin as storage when it is not mounted on the table legs. The legs can then be folded up flat for transport or storage. Only one of the feet can be adjusted to even the table out. It is the leg in the photo with the small black piece (the leg that it farthest away from you). The foot can be adjusted by loosening or tightening the screw that attaches the foot to the leg. Check out the video I posted above.