If you haven’t got a lot of room in the back of your car to take your entire camping arsenal with you, then the Mantis Table from Zempire will store your stuff without having to compromise too much on space.
This table is actually small enough to fit behind the seat of your car, and has adjustable leg height so it's great for dome tents. While she’s not a big table, she sure is mighty – the sturdy rust proof frame will hold up when the weather turns sour, and the legs lock into place when in use.
The Mantis is a breeze to keep clean as the waterproof surface will repel stains, so all you need to do is give it a quick wipe down after use. To get the most out of your space, attach the hammock to the underside of the table and then you can store your knick-knacks underneath while you use the Mantis to eat dinner, play cards or rest your gear on.
Bought this table to place our gas stove on. It did the job perfectly and packed away on the car with ease. We had a perfect bag that it fitted in so it did not get damaged while in transit. Was sturdy on all kinds of ground and we used it every day for 3 weeks. Highly recommend.
This is a unique, inexpensive, small lightweight, sturdy table that folds quick and easily into a nearly flat 'square'.
At its highest, it is above knee height, so if you want a table to sit at, or a work bench, this table is not for you. It goes well between low beach chairs as a table for 2, or as an activity table for a small child.
I would personally like a higher and slightly wider version. The existing table could have more holes to adjust the height to accommodate uneven ground. As it is so light, I think holes in the legs (for tent pegs) would give it some wind stability.
The sling is removable, and something I am yet to find a use for as it is a narrow strip of unstable material.
Its size would easily fit into many tents without major obstruction, particularly as folded it takes minimal room, and,only a few inches off the ground, the 1/2 or full table top is still functional.
Overall, this table is lightweight (about 3kgs) folds easily to a small 'square' and the handle makes carrying easy. (review May 2917)
We are looking for a small table that is heat proof. What is the top of this table made of please?
We'd recommend against cooking on top of the Zempire Mantis table as it is a melamine table top which is likely to warp with the heat.
Can you confirm the dimensions of the table especially the width. It would seem to me from what I have read that the table is actually 40cm wide
I've re-measured the Mantis table that we have on display, and you're right - the width of this table is 40cm.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention Michael - we need people like you to keep us on our toes! I've just fixed the specs up online so it should reflect the correct dimensions now.
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