If you’re always heading down to the beach or coast for cheeky getaways, the handy Kitpac Spike table from Zempire is the ultimate bit of kit.
Just drive this table into the ground or sand, and then you can rest your nibbles and drinks on the top! It’s got a sleek natural bamboo surface and features a 2 stage aluminium frame design which allows you to use it low when sitting on the ground or higher up if you’re kicking back in your camp chair. With four wine glass holders to hold your pinot, plus a bottle opener for cracking open some frothies – you’re all set to truly relax and unwind.
Lightweight, with a flatpack construction and a carry bag included – the Kitpac Spike from Zempire is a must for your beachside escapades.
If the campground has a hard compact ground, what force (eg how to hammer without causing damage) can you apply to ensure the spike goes into the groung far enough to have a stable table. Obviously to enjoy a meal on the table, you will need to be able to cut food without the table tilting.
Ian - Glengowrie, SA(7 months ago)
Zempire recommends using a small lightweight rubber mallet to hammer down the aluminium spike on the harder ground with reasonable force, then screw on another pole or table on top. They do suggest the table is for sand or softer ground and best suited for drinks and snacks on top as it could tilt if you were to cut food on your plate. The table will be stable enough for small to medium items, if you wanted something a bit sturdier the Kitpac V2 Standard table could be something to consider.
Kaya - Snowys(7 months ago)
Spike circumference1 answer
Hi, what is the circumference of the spike that goes into the sand please?
Werner - Ocean Reef, WA(3 years ago)
As the spike tapers down to essentially nothing, there isn't a circumference I can measure. The pole and therefore the width of the base if the spike is 25mm. Hope that helps.