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Many have been waiting for the review of the OneTigris Folding Table to go live and today is the day! Pros, Cons, and Completely Agenda Free!
This is the OneTigris Folding Table Review!
Price : $68.00
Weight with Side Panels : 2lbs 11.8oz
Weight without Side Panels : 2lbs 1.oz
Camo : Multicam
Materials : MultiCam® 500D Cordura Nylon, 7075 Aluminum Alloy Frame
Measurements – Setup : 15” tall, 15.7” wide, 22.4” long,
Measurements – Stored : 17” x 5.1”
Measurements Utility Panel : 50.4”x12.6”
From the Company :
An essential item for the outdoors that’s easy to piece together, easy to dismantle for storage, and highly lightweight for efficient carry. The MultiCam® shade camping table is constructed from USA licensed MultiCam® 500D Cordura Nylon fabric with quality 7075 aluminum alloy framing. Outdoor enthusiasts would appreciate the simplicity and affordability of this bit of kit that offers comfort, convenience and excellent taste when you’re out enjoying the wild. We’ve included 2 tool organizers that can be draped on the sides for storing your phone, snacks and other small items, a highly practical feature when cooking outdoor meals or making coffee.
Review Pros :
Onetigris makes an excellent table
Quality is top notch
Fairly easy Setup and break down is easy – it can be a bit awkward with the pulling of the stability bars as they can come apart.
Weight is good but it isn’t ultralight
Review Cons :
Storage bag is right at the point of being too small – without the side panels removed, it’s a good fit but with them, it can be taxing to get it all to fit.
Side panels for myself haven’t been useful and in fact, I have set them up on numerous occasions but never used them. They are so low to the ground that for most people they are going to be hard to use; for tall individuals and older ones, they may not simply not work
Expensive – while I haven’t seen any companies who make a product similar in design to this one, there are folding tables out on the market which are far less expensive. Some less than $20.
Not ultralight and in fact, there are much lighter weight tables out on the market. Tables that are lighter but also much less expensive.
Overall I have really enjoyed using this table and in fact, I have received countless emails concerning it. I used it for day hikes, overlanding, and for backpack trips. For backpacking purposes, it is a bit heavy unless you are willing to take this as a luxury item.
Perfect for day camps.
I would like to see a cheaper version of this table that doesn’t have the side panels; speaking of which, my only real issue with this table is the cost; $70 is a lot of money and my question for you all is this;
Is it worth it to you? With TOGR, I am agenda free and it isn’t my place to say whether or not you should spend your money on an item; I share my thoughts, feelings, findings and experiences and you can make up your mind from there.
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