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Snow Peak My Table 1

Our initial thoughts were that a coffee table when camping was a little excessive. However after one trip out with the Snow Peak My Table, it’s hard to imagine how we got by without one.

Snow Peak My Table 2

Serving pre-dinner snacks fire side is now a breeze, no more popping on a tub that needs to be accessed and no more dirt. It’s also great to have a place to put drinks, on the dirt and in seat drink holders always seemed to end up with spillage.

Snow Peak My Table 3

Specifications

Material                 Bamboo Top, Aluminium Legs, Polyester Carry Case

Weight                   1.8kg/4lb

Dimensions           Length 45cm/18″ Width 33.5cm/13.25″” Height 40cm/16″

Stowed                Length 43cm/17″ Width 33.5cm/13.25″ Height 7.2cm/2.75″”

Includes                 Polyester Carry Case

Snow Peak My Table 4

The My Table folds down in one easy motion to a compact package with the bamboo top folding in half. A neat protective bag with carry handle protects the bamboo and cleverly tightens over the table as it’s folded.

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Mike Collister

Mike Collister

Mike has spent his life outdoors - he has represented Australia as a slalom kayaker, guided whitewater expeditions in Nepal, and taught outdoor education and wilderness medicine. He’s paddled the Kimberley’s Fitzroy River in the wet season and across the Bass Strait, and is an avid photographer, overlander and camper.
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