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A camper's best friend. In a couple of minutes, the Roll-A-Table transforms from a compact 5" D x 32" L bundle to a 32" x 32" table surface on 28" aluminum legs that will support up to 100 lbs. It has a wide side pocket to conveniently hold your cooking supplies. Tabletop fabric is strong, waterproof and heat-resistant. An NRS XL Tuff Sack is a great storage bag for tables, stools and cots.

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Material:
  • High strength alloy 6005A-T61 aluminum legs
  • Heavy-duty 1000-denier polyester mesh laminated with PVC
Dimensions: 32" x 32" table surface x 28" H
Dimensions (Folded): 32"L x 5" Diameter
Weight: 10 lbs
Capacity: 100 lbs
Features:
  • Fabric is strong, waterproof and heat resistant

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  • Roll-A-Table

    Q:

    How do the legs connect to the table? Are there cups or connectors on the bottom of the table with 4 independent legs?
    Asked on 4/23/2014 by Bradley from United States

    7 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      They are attached by screwing the leg into the table top. I know, I didn't
      believe that was strong enough the first time I saw it either but several
      grand canyon trips and many trips not as demanding and I have never seen
      one fail. Everyone I raft with has at least one of these.

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      There are four independent legs that screw into the bottom of the table. It's a completely waterproof table. Rafters in our area carry them. Cool table.

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      They screw into the bottom...then you can store them in the little mesh bag on the side to roll it up :)

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by kaytay from Conifer, CO
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      legs connect with threads. legs themselves have "male" threads on them.
      bottom side of table has "female" threads. there are "cross" stabilizers
      also that go underneath. awesome table. I have two and use all the time.

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yep, the legs screw into the bottom. It's sturdy enough and compact.

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The legs have a 1/4" stud on the end that screws into a threaded insert in
      the table. Pretty simple and foolproof. There are two spreader bars with
      holes on the ends that run perpendicular to the table slats. The stud on
      the legs go through the holes on the spreader bars and then screw into the
      underside of the table. The spreader bars stiffen the table to give you a
      nice solid surface to work on.

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      4 legs that screw into table. Very sturdy table. Highly recommended
      Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S®4

      Answered on 4/24/2014 by Anonymous
  • Roll-A-Table

    Q:

    What fabric is the table cover? Years ago I had a roll-top table that had vinyl covered wood slats ( I think it came from Eddie Bauer). Table was great, but vinyl cracked in freezing temperatures. Before purchasing, I would like to avoid the same problem.
    Asked on 8/18/2013 by Bob from Long Beach, MS

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      This table is also made of what appears to be a vinyl like material. It has held up quite well, but I haven't had it out in freezing temperatures.
      Hopefully this helps.

      Answered on 8/19/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The cover is still a PVC based material. Repeated and prolonged exposure
      to the sun may cause UV damage which would make the table more prone to
      cracking in colder temps.

      Answered on 8/19/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I'm not sure what material is covering the table. It must be plastic or vinyl. I've had this table for 4 or 5 years and used it in the snow and the hot sun and have had no problems with cracking.

      Answered on 8/19/2013 by matt from bozeman, mt
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Bob,
      I have had my table for two years. It gets stored in a garage over the winter where the temperature hovers around 20-30 degrees F for three to four months/year. No cracks have developed thus far. I am guessing that your old table was vinyl and the fabric on the NRS table is PVC (judging by the feel of it).
      So no guarantees, but so far so good for mine and those of my friends. If you are planning to actually use it in sub-zero temps I would take care to unroll it slowly. Good luck.
      Don

      Answered on 8/19/2013 by Heavy D from Victor, Idaho
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      THE ROLL UP TABLE IS VERY GOOD FOR CAR CAMPING AND RIVER TRIPS. The cover
      as a separate item is good but not really necessary.

      Answered on 8/18/2013 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Bob, the table is covered in a PVC (vinyl)-coated woven fabric. These tables have been around for 20+ years and I've never heard of cracking in freezing temperatures. I know I've had mine (and one of which is an early model) out in freezing temps and never had a problem. Wouldn't go rafting without mine.

      Answered on 8/18/2013 by Clyde from NRS
  • Roll-A-Table

    Q:

    The description says "heat resistant"--just how resistant is it? Mainly, can you use a camping stove like a Whisperlite on it without it melting? If not directly, would a small sheet of thin plywood or aluminum be enough to make it safe to use the stove?
    Asked on 7/25/2013 by River and Ocean from San Diego

    9 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Have used our table a lot for river trips and car camping. Have not had a
      problem with camp stoves, however, recently someone who had borrowed it
      placed a hot pot directly on the table surface. It melted it a bit, but is
      still usable.

      Answered on 7/28/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Two burner white gas or propane stove, no problem. Peak 1 OK as well.
      Whisperlite or XGK, no. To much heat reflected down from the pot and the
      flame is too close to the table. Good table. We use ours a lot.
      jd

      Answered on 7/26/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, you could almost cook with a Whisperlite directly on it but I wouldn't
      recommend it. I would use something for a bit of protection or cook
      elsewhere. Pretty solid table though.
      Ryan

      Answered on 7/26/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      My table surface has handled hot pans set down on it (short term) without melting.
      A thin plywood sheet would keep the table surface safe when using camp stoves.
      scott

      Answered on 7/26/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I wouldn't use a whisperlite directly on the table surface. They have a lame lower heat shield and one priming spill will likely melt the table surface.
      I have seen people use Coleman two burner stoves on the without melting the material.
      I would also be hesitant to use a Partner stove - they are just too hot and the cases are quite hot to the touch.
      Making an oversize stove board out of 1/4" plywood or Masonite would be the easy answer. You could rivet some sheet metal to the top of the ply for extra fire resistance.
      Good luck.
      Don Sharaf

      Answered on 7/26/2013 by Heavy D from Victor, Idaho
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes the table has aluminum rails with a poly cover your stoves heat is well above the poly cover so there will be no melting or combustion of the table you may want to use a cotton table cloth over the table but a carrying around a wood board cover or aluminum plate cover defeats a feature of the roll up table ----compact storage
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/25/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You can put a Whisperlite on the roll-up table as long as you put a piece of plywood under the stove. You can use a double burner Coleman directly on the table. The piece of plywood is also a handy to put the pots when you take them off the stove. If you're Whisperlite never scorched the plywood, you really don't need to use it, but my piece of wood has to be replaced periodically.

      Answered on 7/25/2013 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      It is quite heat resistant, and I see folks putting two burner stoves right on them. However, I always put a thin hot pad under mine and I've got many a year of use with no problems.

      Answered on 7/25/2013 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It is resistant enough to place a hot pot directly on the surface, but not resistant enough to cook with a Whisperlight stove on top without using an aluminum heat shield (or yes, as you suggested a thin piece of plywood).. I have melted the blue vinyl covering in a few places attempting to use my stove on top of the table. You need a barrier or just resort to cooking on the ground and using the table top for food preparation, serving, etc. You can definitely put hot pots on it though without melting the vinyl (i.e. like a pot of water that just got done boiling). The vinyly will expand and get loose, but not melt or stick to the pot. When it cools, the vinyl shrink back to the original tightness. Hope this helps... Thanks, Jackson

      Answered on 7/25/2013 by Anonymous
  • Roll-A-Table

    Q:

    Can I purchase just one table leg? A three-legged roll-a-table is not very stable :-)
    Asked on 5/24/2013 by seagrace

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes, you can. Table legs are $12 each. Give us a call, 800.635.5202, to place a custom order. I'm with you, never go boating without my Roll-A-Table!

      Answered on 5/24/2013 by Clyde from NRS
  • Roll-A-Table

    Q:

    Does this table come in any other colors?
    Asked on 4/2/2013 by Terrina

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      No, Terrina, blue is the only color.

      Answered on 4/2/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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Camp TimeRoll-A-Table
 
4.7

(based on 32 reviews)

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    (26)

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    (5)

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97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to setup (27)
  • Compact (24)
  • Lightweight (17)
  • Dries quickly (13)
  • Dual use (9)

Cons

  • Heavy (4)

Best Uses

  • Camping (27)
  • Beach (23)
  • Outdoor events (23)
  • Road trips (22)
  • Day trip (18)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual/ recreational (5)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (25), Yes (6)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Christmas present

I bought it for my river rat #1 son but wished I got two because #2 river rat son wanted one also. Plan to buy another, especially if they go on sale. I...Read complete review

I bought it for my river rat #1 son but wished I got two because #2 river rat son wanted one also. Plan to buy another, especially if they go on sale. I know the table because I have one too....take it on all river trips. Works great.

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I DONT GET IT!!

Oh come on!! I've been rafting and guiding a long time (30+ years). Yes, I know everyone uses them. These things are heavy, unstable, a pain to assemble, and...Read complete review

Oh come on!! I've been rafting and guiding a long time (30+ years). Yes, I know everyone uses them. These things are heavy, unstable, a pain to assemble, and pretty much useless. Our aluminum roll table is twice the size, the same weight, and a bazillion times more stable, and easier to assemble. (Same price too!!) Sold my roll-a-table to a sucker buddy.

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1.0

I DONT GET IT!!

By Hayduke Lives

from Jefferson, USA

Pros

  • Useless

Cons

  • Bulky
  • Delicate
  • Difficult Setup
  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Yard Sale

Comments about Roll-A-Table:

Oh come on!! I've been rafting and guiding a long time (30+ years). Yes, I know everyone uses them. These things are heavy, unstable, a pain to assemble, and pretty much useless. Our aluminum roll table is twice the size, the same weight, and a bazillion times more stable, and easier to assemble. (Same price too!!) Sold my roll-a-table to a sucker buddy.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Product

By DanO

from West Michigan

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Easy Setup

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Beach
    • Campgrounds
    • Day Trips
    • Kayaking Trips

    Comments about Roll-A-Table:

    We strapped it on the back of our kayak for a weekend camping trip and it worked great. It was awesome to have a table to work from and it was exactly what they portrayed it as. Thanks NRS!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Great Table

    By Raftchicka

    from North Bend, WA

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Dries Quickly
    • Easy Setup

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Beach
      • Campgrounds
      • Day Trips
      • Outdoor Events
      • Road Trips

      Comments about Roll-A-Table:

      A must have, the perfect addition to your camp kitchen.

       
      5.0

      Works Great!

      By Julie

      from Philly

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Dries Quickly
      • Easy Setup
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Beach
        • Campgrounds
        • Day Trips
        • Outdoor Events
        • Road Trips

        Comments about Roll-A-Table:

        Light weight and compact, this table can go anywhere and is a breeze to set up. For a camping/backing packing trip or a day at the park this table is a must.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        NRS product Support ROCKS!

        By Seagrace

        from Phoenix, AZ

        About Me Avid Adventurer

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Easy Setup
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Backcountry Camping
          • Campgrounds
          • Outdoor Events
          • Road Trips

          Comments about Roll-A-Table:

          I got this table over 20 years agon as a gift. I'm an avid camper, usually camping at least once a month year-round in all sorts of envirnoments.

          This table is best suited for car-camping, as it's too heavy to carry long, but if you camp with 4x4 or quad, you just might want to consider this. It rolls up compact, is durable, waterproof and is easy to set up/take down. I've since inherited another roll-a-table, and will likely be passing that down to my daughter, who loves camping as much as I do.

          Service and delivery comments:

          Awesome Customer Service!

          This is a copy of my Yelp Review:

          NRS is an outdoor store/website with a focus on river boating. Whether it be kayaking, rafting, camping, rescue or whatever, NRS carries gear to support this activity. I'm not a real avid kayaker, but I do camp a lot. Over twenty years ago, I was given an NRS product as a gift. The Roll-a-table is a table made from wooden slats encased in a waterproof fabric and supported with aluminum legs and stretchers that screw into the table to make a strong, stable surface for camping enjoyment.

          Like I said, I camp a lot. I always take my roll-a-table with me and it has held up amazingly well. That is, until the day I happened to want to pull a trailer through the same physical space as was currently being occupied by the table. The table was no match for the thousand-pound steel reinforced trailer. It was a horrible crunch and hard to look at as I glanced out the mirror to see what I had done this time. The table, after spilling all the contents stacked upon it, sat at a crazy angle with one leg bent completely at a haphazard angle, clearly winged.

          That's not what this review is about, or maybe it is. I liked that table so much, and the only damage it suffered was the broken leg, I decided to see if I could get a replacement leg. That's where NRS customer-service comes in. A reply to my email query said, "sure, give us a call and we will work it out". I called. "Yes, I'd like to order one table leg for a Roll-a-Table." "Oh no sir, I'm sorry, but we cannot do that". Ah, I said, "but so-and-so on your website said you could. "

          He put me on hold. A few minutes later, he returns, takes my order for a single table leg and tells me they have to special-order from the factory, so it may take a while. Two weeks later, my one table-leg arrived. It works perfectly and saved me almost $90 from having to purchase a new table, and just have the old one for parts. The box it came in was sturdy and well-taped, and (lol) so I "re-purposed" it to store some other oddly shaped-gear. So, I guess with the getting my old table back, I score some carbon karma too.

          NRS makes great products that stand up to time and the elements. For this $12 gesture on their part, they've got a customer for life.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • Yes

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