We have been camping with the table for 3 long weekends and love the additional space for cooking. It holds our 2-burner camp stove and portable propane grill with some extra room to spare. It is stable and easy to set up, clean and break down.
I have made a couple of improvements and share them as constructive criticism and tips for prospective buyers:
1. the cover of the sink lifts up to access the sink and the cover folds right over. It is more practical to use the back of the sink cover as a drying rack, but you need a support to prevent the lid folding right down. I have put together a stake with a T top to rest the sink cover on. Seems to work, but a metal brace attached to the sink cross member would be more practical and could fold up with the table..
2. the metal countertop sometimes needs an anti-slip underlay to stop the metal stove from sliding around. I used some rubberized carpet anti-slip underlay.
3. The sink is the big issue: The sink drain has a shut off valve built into the screw-on drain hose. The valve hole is so small it immediately clogs with any food particles in the sink. I have tried to use a screen sink strainer but it shifts around when you wash dishes because the sink is soft-sided. The stainer just drifts around in the dishwater. To drain the sink I have to reach under and unscrew the valve/hose assembly and let the water gush out into a bucket. It gets all over my hand and I just hope I've positioned the bucket right under the drain. I have…