Instead of lugging two tables to the campsite, pack the Bi-Fold Table from Outdoor Connection - with its two heights, you can eat dinner and prep your meals on it.
This easy to set up table has a waterproof AluPlas table top which is also easy to clean, with sturdy steel tube legs and an aluminium tabletop frame for stability. Set it up at 70cm for a seated option, and add the 20cm long leg extensions to raise the table up to 90cm for use as a workbench. When you’re not using the leg extensions, they conveniently clip under the table so that they don’t go missing.
Storage and transporting this table is also a breeze as it comes with a carry bag included. The Bi-Fold Table from Outdoor Connection is the versatile piece of kit that your camp kitchen has been missing.
Easy to set up bi-fold design
AluPlas waterproof table top
Strong steel tube legs with aluminium tabletop frame
20cm leg extensions raise table to workbench height
Leg extensions clip under table when not in use
Two heights – 70cm to sit at and 90cm to stand up at
120L x 60W x 70/90H cm
60L x 61W x 7H cm
Aluplas (Polyethylene − Aluminium) | Waterproof Table Top
Adjustable legs1 answer
Is it possible to adjust each leg to a different height to cope with uneven ground?
Tom - Tweed heads, QLD(8 months ago)
Great question, but it's not, unfortunately. The height adjustment comes by way of extension poles on each leg, so the two different height settings are 70cm & 90cm. There's no way to fine tune the height settings.
Lauren - Snowys(7 months ago)
900 high table 1 answer
Is this the only table that can be 900 high? Looking for something a little lighter if possible
Sue - Emerald(1 year ago)
Yes, essentially this is the only option 90cm high, most other tables we have are 70cm maximum height.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Cooking surface1 answer
Is this suitable to put my butane cooktop on?
Natalie - Sydney(3 years ago)
The top on this is called AluPlas, which from our understanding is an aluminium laminated plastic, it doesn't contain any MDF and is more heat resistant than many other tables, but will still be damaged if heat is applied directly to the surface i.e. a hot pan or a flame.
Generally, a stove on this surface is fine, but it's important to check how much heat is being directed downwards from your stove. Using large hotplates, for example, can cause more heat to build up under the plate which in certain instances could damage any tabletop, but for general use and with most stoves, heat travels upwards and doesn't have much effect on the table.