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Old 01-18-2013, 11:37 PM   #61
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But RIO still does. It's the exact same table and roughly the same price.
That what I thought when I looked up Campmor, it looks very similar to GCI.

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The one in the picture is the original GCI table, but this one is exactly like it even down to the little velcro loops for hanging a grocery bag to use for trash.
Alas, they don't make these any more
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:46 PM   #62
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I hope this helps!

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Thanks. Yes it does help tremendously. I'll go get myself this table from Amazon or Wallymart.
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Old 01-19-2013, 06:37 AM   #63
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That what I thought when I looked up Campmor, it looks very similar to GCI.



Alas, they don't make these any more



They're still available through the link I provided.
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:06 PM   #64
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I started out with the GSI micro table


The 15.75"x11.75" top is ok, but the 6" ht is too low for easy cooking. Ok for a "coffee" table, or in a low chair.

So I got a GSI macro table:

Good height (14.75") and plenty of room on top (24x18.4") - except that 24" is too long to go in a saddle bag. I trimmed the top slats to 20.5", and redrilled the pin holes for that end to maintain symmetry.

I really like the roll top tables, but the ones I have seen are 28" or so in the long folded dimension - and didn't look easy to cut down. Now Xeraux posts the RIO, which at 18" (cube when open) will work fine w/o mods.

The only issue I see is weight. 5 lbs vs 3.3 lbs for the macro. Perhaps replacing the steel straps of the frame with aluminum would fix that - but then we're modding again .

I never have liked the idea of the fabric top tables - fire and nylon don't mix well - and every one I got my hands on was not rigid enough to support a stove. Many won't even hold a cup unless it's in a holder pocket.

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Old 03-03-2015, 08:11 PM   #65
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Very nice MOD on that Walmart table Elmartillo!
I like the wooden table also, but I would have to eat slower with my pinky held high while using that one.



this one came to me in the mail today, $24.xx from ebay shipped from California
super easy to assemble, very light weight, longer than I would really like, but small, light and cheap enough that I do not care.
very sturdy and taught top when assembled, surprisingly so.

only complaints so far, long ( 23 inches I think) and no drink holders, but I can see this riding with me from here on out, its light enough it could easily tie on the top of any luggage



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Old 03-04-2015, 06:13 PM   #66
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Camp time roll-a-table, except no substitute.

 photo table_zpskpk15ks6.jpg

Simple, strong... and you don't have to squat to use.

EZ to keep clean, since it is vinyl covered

strong, good video somewhere when they put a couple of these together to evacuate from everest.
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Old 03-17-2015, 10:26 AM   #67
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Too spendy for me, but the height is good esp. if you are using the matching chairs.
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