I use one of these too but I cover the top with pvc cloth as the sun bounces off the aluminium a bitWe have three, two suitable to eat at and one suitable for a cuppa, hold the bbq or the gins! The two that can accommodate eating at the tops /slats remove and fold up and legs concertina. Very lightweight made of aluminium , and take up little room. I use indoors and out and doesn’t matter if they get wet. We’ve removed the fixed table as it’s way too large
Need one that seats 3 easily, 4 occasionally ...
and another to sit Stove/BBQ on - Cadac 2 Cook
interested to know what works for you!
On our coachbuilt I bought the round receiver for the fiamma chrome pole that goes underneath the table top (about 11 quid) and gorrila glued it to my own price of table top. We then used it in the van and it was just the right size and shape and it could also then be used outside for whatever. Now we have a PVC we use one van table on a tripod and a folding slatted aluminium camper table for the CadacThanks guys ....
I like the Isabella, but about twice the weight I’m looking for ...
The Fiamma tripod feet are a good idea except our table only has one leg so would need a rail attaching externally and I don’t really want to sit that close to the van!
There’s a few on John’s Cross I looked at and like .. Kampa seem to do a good range.
Are the legs invidually adjustable to any length, or only the three lengths? I've read that being able to adjust each leg slightly is important for uneven ground.The Coleman 6 in 1 gets our vote. We’ve been using it for 6 six years and it’s still ok. It’s very adaptable as your able to split it into two tables if needed and adjust it to three different heights. It’s also got adjustable feet for uneven ground. We use it inside and out as I’ve removed the big bulky table from inside.......couldn’t believe how heavy it was, so a great weight saving as well as freeing up space in the lounge area.