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They aren't the cheapest option, but I really love the roll top aluminum tables for camping. Lots of pros: super light, pack down super small, easy to clean. Beyond the higher cost, there's not really anything else I could put in the "con" category.
 

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i have one of these...
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08GM4XRR3/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

it does its job and fits where i need it to, but the top isn't very thick or sturdy. when (not if, when) it breaks i'll probably replace it with
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Lifetime-6-ft-Fold-in-Half-Table-Almond-80454/205825870
it will still fit where i have space allotted for it. 6' is a lot of table, but its nice to spread out a bit when you cook and eat.
Hmm, I do have a few of that 6ft. I was thinking it would have been to big and I did not even check the fit. Guess, I will have to know.

I like the part the other hides the chair in it.

I like the roll table as it only takes up the little place between the roll cage and shell like Randall mentioned.
 

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