4.5 out of 5
NRS Camp Table
February 02, 2011
The NRS Camp Table is sturdy and will support a lot of weight. It would easily support a full ice chest. It can double as a seat if necessary. I bought mine to place between two Lafuma recliner chairs when my wife and I are car camping with the minivan and can bring all the luxury gear. Its a good looking table and the black mesh fabric and black steel legs match the chair fabric and frames perfectly. The tabletop fabric gives a little so a wine glass would easily tip over. To keep glasses and mugs stable I place a 10 inch square piece of ¼ inch thick Masonite in the center of the table. The table easily collapses but the stuff sack is a bit small. It took quite a bit of effort and patience to squeeze my table back into the original stuff sack so I store my table in large Thermarest stuff sack.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Cons: stuff sack to small
June 18, 2007
more colors should be available
perfect camp table for our needs
September 07, 2007
This camp table is a perfect addition to our pontoon boat. It is compact and stores easily when not in use and allows additional table space when needed.
July 28, 2009
the table was nice.. but too heavy for what I wanted.. It cost me $18.00 to return it. UGH!!!
Viva camp table
December 30, 2008
I have examined my table,but will not use it until Spring (we now have about 85 inches of snow, 9 days into Winter. Someone please advise Mr. Gore.) I can say this table is exactly what I was seeking for car camping in remote areas of Montana and Idaho. The size is right for food service and postprandial relaxation. It is well made, folds away easily (the travel pouch fits well ) and it does not take up a lot of room in the car. The price is very good.
I love it!
June 27, 2007
This table is perfect for rafting trips or those extravagant car camping trips. It stows perfectly in the bag provided. The dimensions of the table set up are 19" x 19" x 16" tall and when its stowed its about 5-1/2" D x 24" L.