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Macro Table

So your friend is not big on bugs, tents, or dirt, for that matter. Guide them slowly into the world of the great outdoors with a like-home dinner on the portable GSI Outdoors Macro Table. Extend the collapsible legs, whip out your camp stove and plenty of provisions, and the Macro Table. Set up is a cinch with the shock cords and support rods. The Macro's four collapsible legs fold up easily, and this camping table packs into a compact stuff sack for easy storage.

  • Portable but sturdy table perfect for car camping
  • Simple folding design packs up small
  • Shock cords keep things together and make for easy setup
  • Item #GSI0082

24 x 18.4 in
Claimed Weight
4 lb 6 oz
Recommended Use
car camping, RV camping, picnics
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Hard to assemble

I don't know if it was just the one we received or not, but getting the metal support rods to thread through the tabletop slats was very frustrating and we were not able to get it done in 20 minutes of trying...which is kind of a litmus test for me if I am juggling kids and a dog for a picnic or camping trip. I had high hopes, but am returning the item.

>Rating: 5

Super Duper Mini table

I've put it through the wringer

This has been a great addition to my camping set up. Its perfect to put drinks and snacks and cards next to the fire. Its a perfect height to put drinks on next to camp chairs. Easy set up, packs up small and doesn't weigh much.

>Rating: 5

Must have

I love this table and it is the most versatile in my collection. It serves as a cozy breakfast coffee table, pm snacks and coctails or playing games. I use it on minimalist trips or in addition to a dinner table for more intensive trips.

>Rating: 4

Lightweight Table

Very lightweight and sturdy camping table. A little hard to setup/breakdown, but otherwise a great product.


Breakfast on the table


>Rating: 4

Backcountry dining table

I really like this table. It's definitely not the most sturdy table (I put a dent in mine just pushing on it to get up from a sitting position) but it's light and and packs down small. It's perfect for 1-2 people to have dinner on or for 3-4 people to put drinks and other small things on. It's also great to put a small cutting board on and prep meals while camping or clean fish and small game. I recently bought a helinox camp chair and this table makes a perfect pair with it. It's just the right height to be used next to the chair. All in all, if you're in need of a lightweight table for car camping or short backpacking trips, this will fit the bill.


I appreciate your review and for posting pictures, Garrett. I have a Helinox Ground Chair, and it's helpful to see the height of the table compared to the other Helinox chair. I can also see how setting up the table in snow can be really useful. Thanks, Garrett!

>Rating: 5

Easy to use

I've put it through the wringer

This table is sturdy and simple to setup/breakdown. I have one at my beach house and one for my camp setup. (2 micro tables as well)

>Rating: 4

Big Bang for your Buck

I've used it several times

This is a great little table for camping or a day at the beach, or really any outdoor activity where you need to keep things off the ground. This table packs down really small so you don't have to worry about taking up a ton of space or weight. It may look a little flimsy, but its actually very sturdy. As other people have said the wire rods that you need to assemble it can be challenging the first few times around, but I am sure with more wear they will get easier and easier to set-up.

>Rating: 5

Nice Table

Nice accessory to take on an over-nite backpack if you don't mind a little weight. Pretty strong too. I put some duct tape at the ends of the legs to protect the tent floor when using inside the tent, mine were a little sharp. The rods get easier to install with more usage. I also have the smaller version.

>Rating: 5

Nice little table

Due to a life use and abuse my back demands that I use a low cot on weekend trips (8" off the ground) and a nomal cot for longer trips. This table fits the bill for anything I want within reach when sleeping due the adjustable legs. I folds up pretty small for packing as well.

>Rating: 4

Great height for sitting on the ground or floor

I bought this table to take to the beach so when we are sitting on the sand the table is easy to reach and our food & drink does not get sandy. The only draw back to this table is that you have to have patience to put the two rods across holes the table top, not like some other tables on the market.

>Rating: 5

Makes a great bed table also

I first bought one of these in order to use it as a bed table with the possibility of sometimes bringing it to campouts. It works great as a bed tray and is the perfect height to accompany a pair of Kermit chairs around the campfire or under the vestibule.

I was looking for bed tray, Eddie so your review helped - thanks!

Bon apetite

>Rating: 4

Great Lil' Table

We don't take this when we go ultralight, but when we do bring this out it's great to have a stable flat surface. This tqable is very sturdy. It's great to somehwhere flat to put your stove or play cards! The first time out getting the rods in is a little tricky but once you get a hang of it it's a non-issue.

>Rating: 5

Perfect for motorcycle camping

Camping via my motorcycle requires my stuff be tight with only the essentials. This little table is just what the doctor ordered. It folds up to such a compact size that packing it is just a treasure. It was part of my gear on a spring break trip down south and along the gulf coast. How nice to have a spot to set my coffee cup each morning by my campfire. Definitely a great addition to my camp gear, whether on motorcycle or not.

>Rating: 5

Great Table

I recently went on a backpacking trip. I took the table with me. The table was great. Light weight, but once set up - very sturdy. The rods are a little challenging to get in at times, but overall - Great Product!!!!!


Any specs on the packed size?

Any specs on the packed size?

Hey Adam, Folded into its nylon stuff sack, the dimensions are: 24 x 2 3/8 x 4 3/4"

Great, Thanks Phil. Too bad they couldn't have lightened it up a bit...

No problem. There is the Micro Table. I have one, and even though it doesn't get out much, it is pretty cool for lighter load weekend trips, day hikes and picnics. Throw a small plastic cutting board on it and you have a nice little food prep/work surface.


Write your question here... What is this...

Write your question here... What is this table made of and what is it's color?

It is made of aluminum and is the color of aluminum. Sort of matte silver.


Second to "What is the height of the...

Second to "What is the height of the table?" Also, it looks like the legs can be half-folded so the table is at half the height. Is this possible? If so, what is that height?

It stands 14.75 inches fully extended. And you are right, it does have 2 heights, the second shorter one being 8.5 inches.


what is the height of the table

what is the height of the table

Fully extended it is 14.75", while partial extension is at 8.5".