How to choose a camping table
As one of the most important camping equipment, and the market is full of various camping tables, how to choose
Here are five things to focus on when choosing a camping table:
5. Expand the size
Recently there are more and more camping table design, can make a lot of different changes, such as "extended accessories", "extended desktop", "can be used as kitchen table top"... And so on. Match it to your needs.
As with any camping gear, storage size must be carefully considered. In addition to thinking about the storage space in your home, the more important question is "Will it fit in your car?" .
Camping table storage is also divided into "plate" and "column", usually "egg roll table" storage is columnar, "folding table" storage is plate. I think the "columnar" storage is easier to collect, but also pay attention to the length should not be too long, may not fit into the trunk, or stuck in the wheel arch of the car.
Camping tables may sometimes have hot soups, stoves... Or something like that. You don't want that kind of thing to upset! So the stability of the table is very important.
The load of a camping table is one of the numbers we often refer to, but it represents "uniform load" rather than concentrated load,
So, no matter how high the load, try not to challenge it... . "Load value" should only be used as a reference for safety.
The expansion size of camping table can be divided into two parts: table size and table height.
Desktop size selection must consider the number of users, space size. With a large number of campers, a large or long table top is usually required to meet the needs of the campers. But not too big, also must consider the size of your tent space, especially if you are using a more closed living room tent rather than a more open canopy, the whole space can feel very crowded.
I've seen other people specifically calculate "table area/table weight" or "table performance/storage volume" ratios as a basis for choosing a camping table, but I think if you're looking for "lightweight camping," you should make those comparisons.
I think the height of the desktop greatly affects the experience. Be sure to pick a table height that you like and match it with your "camp chair height." A table with a height of 40 to 55 centimeters is considered low, and a table with a height of 55 to 75 centimeters is considered high. I don't recommend "primary camping tables" of either height above 75 cm or below 40 cm, one for standing up and the other for sitting on the ground.
Fortunately, there are a lot of camping table feet, can be adjusted height, you can according to their own preferences to adjust their own desktop height. And adjust the height and there are points "segment" and "no segment" two.
"Segment" is a lattice of fixed height can let you choose to adjust, "no segment" the advantage is that you can adjust between the maximum and minimum value, but the disadvantage is the probability of the occurrence of "shrinking feet".