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I’ll start simply; the Keter Folding Work Table is great!
I work as a Stagehand, which means I am always on the lookout for portability and function the Keter Folding Work Table epitomizes those qualities.
Portability: It folds flat, has a comfortable fold out handle on the long edge and it has a handle on the short edge, allowing two different carrying options. When folded up, the table surface remains solid and lies flat against the bottom segment, no structural integrity is lost. To put it simply, you can lay it down flat in the back of your truck and toss things on top of it.
While the Keter Folding Work Table is heavier than it appears, considering how seriously heavy duty (rated to hold 1000 lbs) this table is, the weight is a factor I’m more than willing to concede, and realistically, the weight isn’t really all that heavy. I’m only mentioning the weight because I’m trying to find something to complain about and with this terrific product it’s difficult to find anything displeasing. This might be one of the first and only folding tables that I ever felt safe sitting on, I’d even stand on it, it’s that solid. Once the table is set up, there is a low shelf that can be used for storage.
When I opened this box I was expecting there to be a process of some sort, either some assembly or a process involving set up, but I was wrong. It came straight out of the box ready to go. Within seconds of skimming the instructions, this table was set up and ready to be used. It’s a surprise and delight how easy set up was: you grasp two handles on either end, your thumbs push in the locking levers, and you lift, the legs drop out and you find yourself standing and staring in mild amazement at a table that is one step away from being implemented. You push out the side braces, you pull up a center brace and you’re ready to work. Folding the table down is just as simple and quick. I had my wife try doing it and she was able to set it up and take it down with no trouble at all.
The Keter Folding Work Table includes clamps. I needed to stare at the instructions and back at the table a couple of times to figure out how the clamps slide into the channels. The clamps are pretty standard and the channels they fit into are solid.
One unexpected use I found for this table popped up during the week I was playing with it. When your five-year old daughter doesn’t do what you ask her to do (like not picking up her small toys that are easy to swallow by her younger sister), this table becomes a quick and easy place to get those toys out of the baby’s reach!
Overall, the Keter Folding Work Table is a must-have item in my book. If you are on the fence about buying it, get off the fence and get one, you will use it…or pick one up for that “handy man” on your holiday gift list!
Now, if you were wondering where to buy one, you can go here…
***This review was done by Brooks, Ann’s husband. He is the general god of all things construction wise.
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