Campsite Counter - Wide
Item: 71412.01 | Product Description »
- Durable marine plywood with skidguard resists water absorption and abrasion.
- Galvanized steel legs are durable and resist corrosion.
- Strap slots make it easy to secure your table and your gear.
- Size: 48"L x 24"W x 33"H
- Weight 34 lbs.
- 48"L x 24"W x 33"H
- 34 lbs.
- Top is water-resistant finished marine grade plywood
- Legs are galvanized steel
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- Campsite Counter - Wide
Q:How long and wide is it?Asked on 1/6/2014 by Thor from Topinabee,Mi. 49791
- Campsite Counter - Wide
Q:How thick of plywood is used on the Campsite Counter table? Also is it made of Skidguard Plywood?Asked on 12/13/2012 by Gotafish
A:The Skidguard plywood is 1/2" thick.Answered on 12/13/2012 by Clyde from NRS
A:The plywood isn't that thick, like 1/2 an inch (I'm estimating) but this table is amazingly tough!!! It has a coating on it that is amazing. We use it as a cutting board even. In fact we are planning on buying another one this Speing because it's so great.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 12/13/2012 by Anonymous
A:The plywood on the Campsite Counter Tables is 1/2" thick. The top surface has a textured plastic finish which I take to be what you call "skidguard." I have three of these tables. They are reasonably light, very strong and durable, and have held up well.Answered on 12/14/2012 by Anonymous
A:It's packed away or I would get you an exact measurement, I'd guess 1/2" and the plywood does have a skid coat on it - very durable. Hope this helps.
Sent from my iPadAnswered on 12/15/2012 by Anonymous
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- Dries Quickly
- Dual use
- Easy Setup
- Da River
- Outdoor Events
- Road Trips
Comments about Campsite Counter - Wide:
Most of the river trips I do are less than 4-5 people and for this size of trip it works great. The short/wide dimensions are just what I was looking for. During the day I rig it on the deck of my cat to cover a drop with 4 rocket boxes then pile stuff on top. I also like to use it for car camping in the desert during spring and fall hiking trips.
I was a little surprised at how heavy it is, but the stability and overall bomber feel, is proportionate to it's weight and not a bad trade off.
The way the legs are make it easy to set up on uneven beaches as you can jam them down into the sand to level it out.
Although it's a bit spendy you get what you pay for. It was a bonus to get it on sale for 20% off. An extra $20 to ship it wasn't a bad deal either for how big/heavy it is.
Whoever made this thing...Great job!
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