Model # 80160

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Lifetime 24 in. x 48 in. White Granite Adjustable Height Commercial Folding Table
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24 in. x 48 in. White Granite Adjustable Height Commercial Folding Table

  • Three adjustable height settings maximize versatility
  • Stain-resistant and easy-to-clean tabletop
  • Customers appreciate the sturdy work surface (see reviews)
$43.97 /each

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Great as a hobby table, tailgating table or an outdoor food preparation table, this adjustable work table is built to serve a variety of purposes. With lightweight portability and three adjustable height settings, it is handy to have around indoors or out. Raise it for standing use or lower it for a children's activity. You will appreciate the low-maintenance plastic table top that is stain resistant and easy to clean. This adjustable work table is constructed of high-density polyethylene plastic (HDPE) with a honeycombed tack-off design for extra rigidity and powder-coated steel, so it is weather resistant and can hold up to extreme wear and tear.

  • Height adjustable from 22 in. (children's height) to 29 in. (table height) and 36 in. (countertop height)
  • Powder-coated steel frame prevents frame deterioration
  • Stain- and fade-resistant polyethylene top
  • Folds up for convenient out-of-the-way storage
  • 10-year warranty

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How do you adjust the height on the Model 80160 folding table There were no directions

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MEG
Columbia MD
October 25, 2012
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July 18, 2015
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This table is a pain to adjust the height of the legs. Using two people is best. If not, use your shoulder to pull up the leg while the buttons are pushed in.
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September 28, 2013
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Hi MEG,
1. Have someone help you.
2. Work on one leg at a time to get table unlocked. Once both tabs are out, push to the next level
and lock into place.
3. Turn the table upside down. Hold foot on end of table your are working on. Push both tabs in at the same time,and use your knee to push up,then use both hands to pull to next level and lock into place.
Hope this helps.
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Jacksonville, FL
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May 28, 2013
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The height adjustment design is based on a pair of telescoping upright legs. Each leg has two vertical steel pipes that slide one inside the other. The outer pipes have three holes drilled in each pipe. The first is near the bottom of the outer pipe, the second hole is 7 inches above that and the third hole is 5 inches above the second hole - or 12 inches from the bottom hole. The inner pipe has a chrome Read More
The height adjustment design is based on a pair of telescoping upright legs. Each leg has two vertical steel pipes that slide one inside the other. The outer pipes have three holes drilled in each pipe. The first is near the bottom of the outer pipe, the second hole is 7 inches above that and the third hole is 5 inches above the second hole - or 12 inches from the bottom hole. The inner pipe has a chrome plated, spring-loaded, round headed pin that "pops" through the outer pipe hole when it lines up with the hole. These chromed pins are about 3/8 inches in diameter and very sturdy. The easiest way to adjust the height is to lay the table on its top surface. Unfold each leg to its upright and locked position.Then evenly pull up on the "feet" of the leg and the leg section will slide out until the two pins "pop" into place. If that is not the height you want push each pin into the "hole" so you can slide the leg pipes to the correct height. Remember the pins are spring loaded so you have to keep some finger pressure on them while adjusting the leg. It takes a little coordination but is easy once you get the "feel" of the process. For planning purposes, the table height using the hole 7 inches from the first hole is 28 inches. That hole is near the folding brace for the whole leg assembly. Read Less
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May 23, 2013
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This is the hard part. If you look at the legs, there are some buttons to push. To get the table to highest height, you need to go for the buttons toward the top of the legs. It is easier if you have a helper. I had to do this by myself, so I stuck my head under the crossbar, then pressed the buttons on each leg attached to the crossbar and pushed up with my neck, then did that on the other two legs. Read More
This is the hard part. If you look at the legs, there are some buttons to push. To get the table to highest height, you need to go for the buttons toward the top of the legs. It is easier if you have a helper. I had to do this by myself, so I stuck my head under the crossbar, then pressed the buttons on each leg attached to the crossbar and pushed up with my neck, then did that on the other two legs. This was almost more than I could do. I really recommend you work with a helper who can pull or puch up when you press the buttons. Read Less
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March 26, 2013
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On each leg there are small silver buttons on the inside that you push (adjust the legs on each end together) to slide the leg extensions out. It's the same type of mechanism used on the foldup canapy legs. Do one length adjustment on a side, then the other, then repeat until both sets of legs are the length you want them. Be careful not to get your fingers pinched when the legs slide out and the buttons Read More
On each leg there are small silver buttons on the inside that you push (adjust the legs on each end together) to slide the leg extensions out. It's the same type of mechanism used on the foldup canapy legs. Do one length adjustment on a side, then the other, then repeat until both sets of legs are the length you want them. Be careful not to get your fingers pinched when the legs slide out and the buttons pop out of the next hole. Read Less
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Temecula, CA, USA
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March 15, 2013
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Well, this Grandmother does the following: I place the table down on the floor - on one of its long 2" sides, pull one leg out, use the loose ring to "lock" it. Open and lock the other leg, and put the table in the up-right position. Next, on one end of the table, I locate the "push-in-buttons" on the inside of each pair of legs. Now it's time to put my FOOT on the bar that sits on the floor. So, with Read More
Well, this Grandmother does the following: I place the table down on the floor - on one of its long 2" sides, pull one leg out, use the loose ring to "lock" it. Open and lock the other leg, and put the table in the up-right position. Next, on one end of the table, I locate the "push-in-buttons" on the inside of each pair of legs. Now it's time to put my FOOT on the bar that sits on the floor. So, with one foot on the bar, I use my thumbs to slowly push the "push-in-buttons" and gently pull my arms up. Of course, the table top comes up too. So, far I have one side of the table up at the height I want. You can guess the rest. (I laughed a lot the first time I opened this table. Now, it's no big thing.) Good Luck. Read Less
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October 29, 2012
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You will just need to press on the little silver pushpins in the legs and slide it up or down to the desired height. It will lock into position when you release the pins.
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Philly, Pa.
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October 26, 2012
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Look for the knobs on the legs of the table, push them in and you can lower or make the table higher
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Does it this table have a carrying handle at the fold?

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February 18, 2015
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New York City
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August 8, 2016
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No. There is no fold. However, the top has a bottom lip that can be grasped.
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July 5, 2016
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There is no carry handle on the fold of the table.
It is light and pretty easy to carry, although a handle would probably make it that much easier.
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Emlenton PA
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May 25, 2016
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This is not a folding table. It is 4' in length with folding legs.
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July 19, 2015
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This table doesn't fold. And no handle.
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Hesperia, Ca
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June 2, 2015
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Table does not fold, only the legs but it is easy to carry
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BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS
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March 10, 2015
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NO, BUT NOT ALL THAT HEAVY
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February 18, 2015
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No, there is not a carrying handle on this table.
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How sturdy is it?

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ljp2853
October 2, 2012
Does it rock back and forth when using a knitting machine? I need a very steady table. What do you recommend?
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September 28, 2013
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Hi Ljp,
I haven't used a knitting machine on this table.But, it doesn't rock at all. It is very sturdy. Hope this helps.
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Tampa, FL, USA
July 24, 2013
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My wife has several pieces of equipment on the table that she uses for scrap booking and the table would be able to with stand the machine. The best part is the adjustable legs and being able to work comfortable with out the back hurting
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May 28, 2013
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We use it with a very heavy sewing machine that does not move or bounce the table. The spread of the legs and the short table top length make it very stable. Also the design of the top, which is a one piece molded industrial plastic, does not accommodate excessive movement. The legs are well braced and the telescoping legs for variable height are very strong. However, not knowing exactly what a knitting Read More
We use it with a very heavy sewing machine that does not move or bounce the table. The spread of the legs and the short table top length make it very stable. Also the design of the top, which is a one piece molded industrial plastic, does not accommodate excessive movement. The legs are well braced and the telescoping legs for variable height are very strong. However, not knowing exactly what a knitting machine can generate in lateral motions, you will have to be the judge. Read Less
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May 23, 2013
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Can't answer that, per se, since I'm using it in the kitchen. I have a heavy juicer on it which does not make it move. I think it should be okay for your sewing machine because the legs are held by a horizontal bar.
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Philly, Pa.
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October 2, 2012
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It is very sturdy, I have a de-humidifier on it. I wouldn't know about a knitting machine but make sure the legs are locked in place and it should be okay. I have another one that I plan to use for Christmas dinner for my grands, my diningroom table is not big enough, I have ten grands and I think they may try to rock it back and forth to no avail. Smile. Good Luck and God Bless!
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October 2, 2012
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While our adjustable height tables are a perfect multi-purpose table because you can adjust the height, our non-adjustable height tables would probably provide the ultimate stability.
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Temecula, CA, USA
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October 2, 2012
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At its shortest/lowest highest (surface about 24" from the ground) it is a very sound/sturdy little table. At chair height (29") my table has a tiny, tiny sway (left leg to right leg) if I push on it. Fully extended to 48" it does wobble a bit. Fully extended, I put mine on the patio with a flower pot and a basket full of napkins, utensils, and plastic cups.
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What is the depth of the table top? You only state the lenth 48" and width 24"(Model # 80160)

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December 1, 2011
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May 23, 2013
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Not really sure which measurement you are wanting - the length of the table is 48 in. The measurement from one side to the other (in my case, from the wall to the other side is about 23.5 in - not quite the 24 inches promised. The table top is about 2 inches deep (I mean, if you measure from the top of the tabletop to the bottom of the tabletop)
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October 2, 2012
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The top of the table measures 24" deep (front to back), 48" wide (left leg to right leg) and has a 2.5" lip.
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Phoenix, OR, USA
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August 28, 2012
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About 3 inches
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June 12, 2012
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approximately 1-1/2 inches.
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January 12, 2012
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24"X48".
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December 20, 2011
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The table top/bottom is hollow molded plastic and varies in thickness, but the edge(apron) is 2.25" deep.
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December 1, 2011
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The tabletop is approximately 2 1/4" thick.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 206 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by enjoying the table bought this table to use with quilting projects. The adjustable height allows me to stand comfortably and cut fabric, pin fabrics together, and just general good work area. I am able to slide 3 drawer units under the table and also waste basket. very pleased with my purchase! August 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great but not pretty This is a great, solid utility table. The price is really low and the quality high. I like the fact that it has three adjustable heights. I paint standing at an easel and the maximum height is perfect for holding my supplies. The middle setting will be handy as an dining table extender come Thanksgiving. I also like the solid construction. My primary complaint is that adjusting the height with ease requires three hands and I have only two. Two spring-loaded buttons need to be pushed while the legs are raised or lowered. It is a bit heavy; but strong, light construction would have raised the price. Finally, the plastic top is not pretty. I cover it to keep clean or for aesthics. August 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect work surface for art studio I purchased 2 of these tables for my art studio. Placed side by side, they provide a huge 5' x 6' work surface. They are very sturdy. I usually place them on bed risers so that I can either use them with my drafting chairs or stand to work. I cover them with $ store tablecloths to keep cleanup to a minimum. My only issue was that both tables arrived with dents around one corner and on the surface near that corner, but interestingly, I just now went over to photograph the dents and they are mostly gone! I have had these tables for a year and I guess some of our warm weather days have caused the dents to relax out of the resin surface. Regardless, these tables work perfectly for me and I would buy them again. I am including a photo of my setup. The tables are not currently on the risers, but I have one on the floor in the pic so that you can see what I usually use. March 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great tables These adjustable height tables just fit the bill. I bot them to put 30 inch high brochure display rack on and wanted to still see ever them. They are sturdy and easy to set up and take down. March 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handy, versatile, and easy to operate. This is the table you wished you had when you needed one just like it. Easily transported, easy to fold, easy to adjust for height. Substantial support, although I suspect the 750lb. rating to be too optimistic. If you need a strong folding table that's 2' x 4', this table is a bargain. The adjustable height adds versatility for a wide variety of applications. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice table This table is very sturdy. Bought it to take to retreats Easy to put up August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great price,handy well built table I'm pleased with size of the table, easy to store out of the way when not in use. Seems to be well built and should last me for many years. Thank you August 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Table adjustable heights This seemed like the perfect product to fit multiple needs. However, unless you have 4 hands it is impossible to adjust to any height other than 18" and once that height is reached then legs cannot be folded back for storage unless you have 4 hands. This is a major design flaw Quality is great if your house has extra hands to open & close table legs July 12, 2016
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