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GSI Outdoors Micro Table

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$24.47 $34.95

Item #GSI0081

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Tech Specs

Dimensions:
15.63 x 11.25 in
Claimed Weight:
1 lb 8 oz
Recommended Use:
car camping, RV camping, picnics
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

The GSI Outdoors Micro Table lets you enjoy a table for one wherever your travels take you.

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.

  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Love this little table.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This table seems a little silly but in reality is a bad ass. I have one with my camp/hike gear and another I keep in my car with a chair. It’s been used for camp cooking, a nightstand in the tent, side table at the beach and cookouts. It wears many hats. Easy to setup and take down, built like a champ. Packs down light and small in its own bag and even has a grab handle/strap. Love!

Great little table

    Perfect little table to cook on while camping. Easy to set up.

    handy

      I not only use it for solo camping but for trips to the beach, around the pool, or resting in a hammock.

      Very simple and very nice to have

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Lightweight, easy setup. I brought it with me on a motorcycle camping trip (where space is always an issue) and it was worth the bulk! Works fantastic as a nightstand in your tent. Definitely a luxury, but one I'll be taking with me.
      I wouldn't call it "heavy-duty" but it should last forever as long as you treat it well.

      Simple, easy, nice

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Simple, easy to assemble table great for expeditions and longer camps. Easy to setup and take down, various heights, great to get your dinner, cards, notebook, whatever off the ground.

      I like it & worth the bulk.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought this on a lark because being a paddler, weight isn't really a concern but keeping my food out of the dirt is.

      With 2 heights, it works well and when my stove and plate are on the table, they remain clean and my dog knows to stay away. Anything on the ground is fair game in their mind.

      My problems was that the aluminum top was slick so things slid off so I fixed that by using painter's tape on the slates then I got a cheap plastic mat that I cut to size to set onto the table. This mat rolls around the table to help protect it when packed and adds enough friction to keep my stuff ON the table even when it is at an angle.

      Plus, while everyone else has their food and stove and plates on the ground and are trying to chop meats on a plate without getting the meat dirty, I am doing so on a table and after setting a table with my plate, flatware and wine glass, I feel civilized.

      I like it & worth the bulk.

      Are the legs adjustable for uneven...

      Are the legs adjustable for uneven ground?

      ET

      Hey,

      The legs on the GSI Outdoors Micro Table have 2 heights. 4.125 and 6.125 inches. Check out Pat Gunning's photos a few reviews down.

      all the parts

      all the parts

      legs half folded out

      legs half folded out

      all folded out

      all folded out

      worth the looks

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      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.

      Table in the Backcountry

        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.

        Great for kayaking

          I take this on every float trip. Perfect height for cooking on when sitting in a Crazy Creek chair on a gravel bar. It's about 4 years old now, and is holding up fine.

          Nice little table

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          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.

          Actually I saw one from Snow Peak but it has a smaller surface area and only folds in half, but is slightly lighter

          One more slat

            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.

            I was thinking the exact same thing

            Dimensions please.

            Dimensions please.

            The tabletop is 15.63 x 11.25in

            When set up how tall is this table?

            When set up how tall is this table?

            The table stands all of 6" tall. Not very high, but it sure keeps things stable.

            Good!!

              Very lite:)