GSI Outdoors Micro Table

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GSI Outdoors Micro Table
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Color: Aluminum
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GSI Outdoors Micro Aluminum Table Features.

GSI Outdoors Micro Aluminum Table.
The GSI Outdoors Micro Aluminum Table is ideal for your outdoor camping trips. With an anodized aluminum construction, this table is flame and heat-resistant. Weighing just 1.71 lbs., the collapsible table is extremely lightweight and portable. Its efficient and sturdy design has a weight capacity of up to 20 lbs. The table has legs with two adjustable heights: 4.125 in. and 6.125 in., allowing you to customize it to fit your preferences and needs. Its accordion-fold design ensures that the table can be easily folded away. With length and width of 15.5 in and 11.25 in., respectively, the table can easily hold a number of items. Also included is a 15 in. x 3.5 in. x 3 in. stuff sack, where you can store the table neatly when not in use. Enjoy a convenience of the GSI Outdoors Micro Aluminum Table while you camp out in the woods.

Key Features.

Fabric:

  • Materials are aluminum
  • Flame and heat resistant anodized aluminum construction.

Fit:

  • Accordion-fold design of the GSI Outdoors Micro table compacts to fit in the included 15 x 3.5 x 3 in. stuff sack

Support and Cushioning:

  • Easy set up with shock cord & support rods

Features:

  • Sturdy for cooking & other activities
  • Sturdy design holds 20 lbs
  • Dual-height, folding legs hold the table 6 in. off the ground
  • Dual height legs provide adjustability (4.125in/6.125in).
  • Compacts into its own stuff bag
  • Table legs have two adjustable heights 4.125 in. / 6.125 in.
  • Four collapsible legs offer a steady base on all terrain
  • Portable lightweight technical platform
  • Collapsible lightweight
Backcountry.com
So you have your comfy camping lounge chair and your impressive portable grill, but where will you eat your arduously prepared camping meal? Have no fear, the GSI Outdoors Micro Table comes to your rescue. Ideal for one person, this small camping table doubles as an eating space and chopping block. The Micro Table sets up in a jiff and stays put with its shock cords and support rods. It folds up easily with four collapsible legs and comes in its own stuff bag for easy storage. Don't skimp on your luxury camping experience, take along the GSI Outdoors Micro Table.

Campmor
For those of us who have outgrown the desire to eat dirt along with our outdoor meals, check out the amazingly compact GSI Outdoors Micro Table folding technical platform. Flame and heat resistant, its sturdy design supports stoves and works as a prep or eating surface. It even supports up to 20 lbs.!

REI

Add comfort and sophistication to your backcountry camp with the GSI Outdoors Micro table. It provides a stable surface for your stove, small buffet or chess board.

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Activity:Family & car camping
Folded dimensions:15 x 3.5 x 3 inches
Frame construction:Aluminum
Height:5.5"
Material:Aluminum
Size:15.5"x11.25" footprint collapses to less than .07 cu. ft. (15.5"x2.375"x3.25").
Tabletop material(s):Aluminum
Unfolded dimensions:15.75 x 11.5 x 6 (L x W x H) inches
Upc, Ean, Isbn:090497553004
Use:Camping and canoeing
Weight:1 lb. 11 oz.
Wt:1.8 lb
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GSI Outdoors Micro Table Reviews:

Reviews:

Very Useful

I use this primary on kayak trips. It's especially handy when camping on the beach and you need some small patch that is out of the sand. This table solved the problem of sand getting in the food during prep or during dinner.

It also comes in handy when playing cards in the tent, or just having a flat surface in the tent to keep the refreshments on. So, generally, very handy item.

On the con side, it's kind of bulky. It folds kind of oddly, and is not really that compact. It does fit OK in the kayak, but I cannot imagine taking it backpacking.

Also, I use it on the beach a lot and the saltwater has already affected the rivets on the legs. I keep it well lubricated, but aluminum body and steel rivets have kind of a galvanic effect in sea air and near salt water.
TVL at REI on 05/05/2013

Excellent accessory

I bought this both to complement my growing stash of camp equipment, but also to use while motorcycle camping. I find the size and weight to be perfect. It is a great extra work surface when cooking, small side table while lounging around the fire, and makes a great little nightstand in the tent (if you have room).

I never would have thought about something like this before, but now that I have it I find it a necessity on all my trips.

The only minor gripe I have is sometimes it can be a pain to get the rods threaded through the holes to set it up. On mine one of the bungee cords that is internal to it gets in the way of the rod end, so I have to be a little patient to get it through.
Sneezer at REI on 03/03/2012

Great For Tent!

I have seen this table at REI several times, and coveted it equally as much each time. However, I was a little hesitant to spend $30 on a itty bitty table. I ended up with a gift card and thought, what the hell? I am so glad I did get it, and looking back I wish I had bought it sooner! I enjoy playing cards etc. at the picnic table, but sometimes (especially when it's cold or rainy) crawling into the tent is such a goood thing. This table is the perfect size for diminos, cards, bananagrams whatever! It's also great for a cooking surface while backpacking. I have the jetboil stove and it is very sturdy.
Kalila Anne at REI on 03/03/2013

Just about perfect

I bought this for two purposes: an in-tent table (which obviously can't be very large) and a stand so our Primus stove isn't sitting on the ground. It worked perfectly inside the tent. As a camp stove table, I was a little dubious because the stove is wider than the table. But it worked perfectly on an uneven surface and was easy to shim so the stove was fairly level. It's easy to put together. Inserting the two rods is easiest if you have it on a very flat surface but even if you assemble it in mid-air, it goes together easily.
fwb at REI on 08/08/2012

Worth its' weight in gold!

I've used this in just about every type of circumstance, from Winter camping as a platform for my stove, to a footstool and dinner table while sitting low on the ground. This puppy packs small, is light, easy to set up and break down, and will quickly become your best friend on outings.

It's the real deal and not a gimmick. I prefer equipment that works hard rather than hardly working. This fits the bill perfectly.
Ben.Zef at REI on 02/02/2012

Very Handy for Wilderness Canoe Trips

I've been using one of these for many years on twice annual BWCAW/Quetico trips and it's become a "must-have" item. Great for keeping stoves off the ground, having a level surface to work on, using in a tent as table when sitting out a storm, and much more. Really easy to set-up, clean-up, and pack. Definitely a recommended item for any camping trip but especially back-country.
Urban Commuter at REI on 06/06/2013

I am a little self conscious about this thing but it is so worth it when a meal needs more prep then boiling water. Having a slightly raised platform is nice and it is about cute as it can be and cute goes a long way. It is very light and well made and the engineering is cool. A luxury no doubt.

Ken T at Backcountry.com on 09/26/2013

Compact and reasonably light. Great for keeping stuff off the ground. I also use it as a lap board. It's easy to setup and strong. This is the only table in its class (small portable backpackable table). It is a luxury to take this into areas where finding a natural table is not possible. Well done.

Craig at Backcountry.com on 11/22/2012

Great table. Could be improved however. One additional slat, 6 instead of 5, would result in a storeage arrangement with the table legs 180 degrees out of phase as opposed to 90 degrees out of phase. Any "even" number of slats would accomplish this smaller storage arrangement. Do this and it gets 5 stars.

barjud1365272 at Backcountry.com on 02/27/2009

This is a great table to take along backpacking to cook on or set food so it is out of the dirt. It packs down small and is relatively light weight for the size of table top you get.

Pat Gunning at Backcountry.com on 03/09/2013