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When looking for a caravan table, one thing you’ll need to keep in mind is weight. Payload is an important figure and you need to know what yours is. It’s surprisingly easy to overload a caravan.

One of the things that took us the longest to decide on was a caravan table. We have the one that comes with the caravan, you know, the one that is fastened under the bed or maybe tucked into the corner. It weighs a tonne and is very awkward to get out. We don’t tend to use it, in fact, I don’t think we’ve ever used ours.

So when looking for a caravan table we started looking closely at the weight. We wanted quite a big one for outside (or awning) dinning, something that was easy to put up, clean and sturdy.

  • Easy to clean
  • Lightweight
  • Sturdy
  • Value for money

I’d set a budget of £50 for our caravan table. It didn’t take long to figure out that I was going to have to spend more. The old adage of “Buy cheap, buy twice” haunts me. Everytime I try to “save money” by buying something that on the face of it is good value, I always end up buying the thing I should have bought in the first place!

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After some looking about reading reviews, looking at how much things weighed we decided on an Isabella Folding Table 80x120x70

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Isabella FOLDING TABLE 120 X 60 Isabella FOLDING TABLE 120 X 60* No ratings yet £95.00
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Unbekannt 601/170 Folding Table, Grey Unbekannt 601/170 Folding Table, Grey* 1 Reviews £114.99

It is expensive, but can hold up to 30kg and weighs 7kg itself. After all my worry about weight, in the end, the sturdiness won over, I’ll just have to take a few bits out of the caravan so that my caravan table will fit in 🙂

For us, it is the perfect caravan table, but of course, we’re all different so it might not suit you. The main thing that swung it for me was that it comes with its own bag. It’s so important in a caravan to have everything in a bag, it just makes life so much easier.

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