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Folding Picnic Table and Stools for £29.99 + £3.95 postage at Argos
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Folding Picnic Table and Stools for £29.99 + £3.95 postage at Argos

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Posted 1st Jun

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Folding Picnic Table and Stools for £29.99 at Argos Sainsbury's

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Get set in an instant with this clever folding table and chairs. It starts out flat, with an easy carry handle before folding out to become a picnic table and four stools. Perfect for your next camping trip or garden party. Weight - 7.4kg.

  • Made of resin with powder coated steel frame.
  • Folds for storage.
  • Heat resistant top.
  • Table size H67, L85, D65cm (when folded H10, W85, D39cm).
  • Maximum individual user weight 100kg.
  • Weighs 50kg.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee
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Great for kids, not heavy adults. Learnt from past experience....
N0M101/06/2020 19:52

Great for kids, not heavy adults. Learnt from past experience....


Go on, just say fat
Great for the Ikea queue...
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Great for kids, not heavy adults. Learnt from past experience....
Thank you!!! Ordered one
Is it a gimick
Got one of these last year. Great bit of kit and handy for days out, not to heavy and fits snug in car. Easy to assemble and very durable.

Heat added!
This breaks far too easily, had the exact same from 20 years ago.
Great for the Ikea queue...
Got mine from B&M 3 days ago for £30. They are ok for kids but not that good for heavy adults
N0M101/06/2020 19:52

Great for kids, not heavy adults. Learnt from past experience....


Go on, just say fat
I agree. Alright for children and illuminated(light) adults And they are benches not stools. Stools come from you know where.
Got one of these years ago.. like others have said, be warned these are not ideal for anyone over 180lbs. Especially if you set it up on grass/dirt. The legs will sink in the dirt causing the leg structure to twist. Once it starts doing this it will get bent out of shape. Might have better luck on a solid paved surface. Also, if you are one to twist about on your seat - this is not for you. Barring that I still get plenty use out of it letting the kids sit on it to eat and as a decent table to rest your cooked BBQ on.
It’s £29.99 at the range,
Any suggestions for something along the same lines but a little bit more sturdier?
Great deal
dragonline7702/06/2020 03:16

This breaks far too easily, had the exact same from 20 years ago.


It lasted 20 years but breaks easily??
trumps_hair03/06/2020 10:37

It lasted 20 years but breaks easily??


I bought it 20 years ago, and it broke soon after
Purchased yesterday. We tested it yesterday. Had dinner in the garden on it (2 kids, wife and myself). It held up well, so am pleased with the purchase!!
IMP00703/06/2020 10:53

Purchased yesterday. We tested it yesterday. Had dinner in the garden on …Purchased yesterday. We tested it yesterday. Had dinner in the garden on it (2 kids, wife and myself). It held up well, so am pleased with the purchase!!


Thank you! convinced me to order this!
We bought this the other day...two adults, (9 stone and 13 stone), works perfectly....would probably fit another two similarly sized adults, though would probably not be super comfortable. But, for what we paid it's well worth it for having lunch in the garden.
noxide02/06/2020 18:21

Got one of these years ago.. like others have said, be warned these are …Got one of these years ago.. like others have said, be warned these are not ideal for anyone over 180lbs. Especially if you set it up on grass/dirt. The legs will sink in the dirt causing the leg structure to twist. Once it starts doing this it will get bent out of shape. Might have better luck on a solid paved surface. Also, if you are one to twist about on your seat - this is not for you. Barring that I still get plenty use out of it letting the kids sit on it to eat and as a decent table to rest your cooked BBQ on.


Thanks for the tip, think I'll take a gamble and will bring a couple of small planks for it to sit on when we go camping.
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I have one of these. Space is a bit tight but really portable for a getaway picnic
Great occasional use and for kids. Not sure I'd trust it with 4 heavy adults on it but family picnics and in the garden its fine for what it costs
Flimsy disposable crap. Got one sat on my pile of junk ready to take to the tip on Friday. You can argue that £30 isn't too bad as long as you get a little use from it, but I've learned now that I'd rather spend more on things that last (or buy decent preowned) rather than buying the cheapest options and throwing them out.
Note that when bought it was only for my young niece and say one other person. The niece is (and always has been) a healthy weight (wish the same could be said for me) and the other person using it could have been her mum (again, much healthier weight than me).
Edited by: "chippytea" 3rd Jun
Have the same one for about 10 years now. Great easy to use table and chairs.
Really gpod table had one for years
Not great for oversized or heavy weights
barloo9002/06/2020 17:00

I agree. Alright for children and illuminated(light) adults And they are …I agree. Alright for children and illuminated(light) adults And they are benches not stools. Stools come from you know where.


A stool is defined as a seat with no back or arm support and a bench is defined as a long seat
Edited by: "windta1ker" 3rd Jun
benmor9103/06/2020 15:23

Thats offensive to those who are gravitationally challenged


Mentally challenged... <2500 calories & exercise a day keeps the crappy checkbox NHS healthcare away, if you want any party of the two to be be even reactive you also have to be the proactive
I'll give it a miss if as it says it Weights 50kgs.
LGEARING03/06/2020 15:34

I'll give it a miss if as it says it Weights 50kgs.


It’s 7.5kg - the Argos Q&A section confirms this.
nikhil.manek03/06/2020 15:40

It’s 7.5kg - the Argos Q&A section confirms this.


They probably weighed the checkout girl holding it the numpties
Edited by: "CockOfTheNorth" 3rd Jun
I’ve had this table for about 4 years and it is still stable. Great quality
This is OK for young kids and slim adults. Compact and easy enough to set-up.
Although I did pay £10 a few years ago for them at Tesco. Wouldn't pay over £20 now though. I bought 2, 1 still survived.
Purchased one for £30 from b&m, couldn’t get hold of an extra table and chairs as the prices seem to have shot up and everywhere’s oos. I think it’s fab. Easy to put up, held 2 adults and 2 children very well. I think it’s quite sturdy. Also folds down for easy storage
I just picked up this exact model (used) for £10, yesterday.

Argos once had this for £16.99 - hotukdeals.com/dea…991

Sooo, this deal doesn't seem that great, to be honest.

As for stability, I'm not entirely convinced, at least for my elderly parents to enjoy a day out.
I think I would prefer to spend a little extra on something like this:

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Edited by: "Relievo" 4th Jun
I bought this from bm last year. I still have it and its not bad. I'm 12 stone and it's just about ok for me and my 7 year old to sit on.. For the money and the size, I think its alright tbh
This is a brilliant picnic table, we have had this a while and have seated 3 adults and 1 child quite well!! Xx
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