Outdoor Table

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  1. StitchUp

    StitchUp Read Only Funster

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    Any recommendations for an outdoor table?

    We'd like something we can sit around to enjoy a meal :BigGrin:. Something that can be stored easily and doesn't rust :Eeek:

    I'm sure it's been asked before, so much so I even did a search of the forum but got a billion hits :Doh:
     
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    There are all sorts of tables on my website, if you need advice as to the best one , just give Darren, Matt, Jon or Nic a ring and ask them,

    Peter
     
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    i would have thought independent adjustable legs would really be a big help unless you are always going to use it on perfectly level ground.
     
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    I use the table from the motorhome and mount it outside on a Fiamma tube and their folding three legged base, saves weight and storage problems.
     
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    I bought a Lafuma table with adjusting legs. White top and plenty of room for four.

    Bit on the heavy side 7 kilos but quite solid and vry adjustable for uneven ground.

    Goes in storage are under french bed nd chars stack on the top!
     
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    I've bought a Coleman 6 in 1 table.
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fD18pNSfWGo[/ame]
     
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