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    Very useful outdoor prep table

    I just purchased a second one these tables for $219 delivered.
    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Keter-Uni...allon/54998667

    My first one is 5 years old and has served me well.Looks almost as good as new. It's a prep table, surface for a small grill and storage space for large and small items. The top is stainless while the body is plastic- all very sturdy and ruggedly constructed. Pretty much every part snaps together with good precision. A few screws are added for good measure. But for the price, it's a great addition to my outdoor kitchen. The price has varied widely. As high as $299 on Amazon when it's available and even higher at Wayfair. Highly recommended.

    #2
    I need something to go with my griddle, but that's a little fancier than I need. Also needs wheels. I been keeping an eye out.

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      #3
      I recieved one of these for Christmas last year and I love it. Mine has wheels on one end so it's pretty easy to move around, at least on a hard surface.

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        #4
        I have the smaller version. They do have fixed plastic wheels on one side, so it does sort of roll when lifting the other end. As for Stainless Steel - it is a very thin and not a very rust resistant. You have to regularly use a polish or something to help keep it clear, particularly in the salty sea air where I live. I keep my 22" Blackstone griddle on it and really appreciate the storage. Very good value IMHO.

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        • BBQPhil
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          The stainless is thin, but surprisingly adequate. No rust marks, no bending, and is easily cleaned. I did notice that my recent table top is much less magnetic than the one I bought 5 yrs ago.

        #5
        I debate between this one and the Blackstone one:

        https://blackstoneproducts.com/produ...f5a25947&_ss=r

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        • IFindZeroBadCooks
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          Panhead John I have seen it at Walmart sometimes for I want to say $350 but it has been hard to find.

        • Jfrosty27
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          Panhead John I have this one PJ. I got it at Walmart online for 299. Free shipping to the store which is only a mile from me. It’s awesome.

        • DogFaced PonySoldier
          DogFaced PonySoldier commented
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          Wow, $300? Damned thing oughtta come assembled for that - after putting together my Blackstone griddle, I'd look for another option in just a storage/prep cart.

        #6
        Nice table, ordered!

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          #7
          I got one of those a couple years ago. It's great. The top is thin stainless that scratches super easy, but is still very sturdy as it's reinforced with plastic ribs. Love it!

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            #8
            In your experience would it hold up outside in cold weather? I have been shopping for an outdoor storage bench but a prep table makes more sense. Thanks for sharing.

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            • BBQPhil
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              I think so. I'm in San Diego close tot he ocean, so I can attest to no rusting. But never cold here.

            • NinerfanWI
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              I have one of these that stays out year around in WI. Has held up very well for four years now. The top does scratch easily, but that’s not a big concern for me.

            #9
            I have had mine for about 3 years now. Keep it in the garage and it’s been great.
            Highly recommend it.

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              #10
              I went ahead and ordered it too. I need a nicer work area outside and the storage will be nice for the SnSK accessories that are not being used during a specific cook (I currently stack them on the ground until the SnSK cools down).

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                #11
                Very Kewl, no doubt...

                Ah'ma stick with this one, fer th present, though...

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                  #12
                  My kitchen is far from the bbqs. A friend gave me this wet bar. It’s hooked up to a hose and the garden drain luckily is right there. I friggin love this thing! Thanks Eric!
                  I found one for $229 without a fridge. Prep table and hand wash sink!
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                    #13
                    Panhead John Hmmm. Check this one out. This is probably my new favorite.

                    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Blackston...Hood/280180646
                    Last edited by IFindZeroBadCooks; December 24, 2021, 08:48 PM.

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                    • smokin fool
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                      ....less laundry too....

                    • Panhead John
                      Panhead John commented
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                      Thanks! But I’m not in the market for one, I was just noticing it was unavailable.

                    • IFindZeroBadCooks
                      IFindZeroBadCooks commented
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                      Panhead John Understood. Figured you’d need it eventually and like making lists like me. 🤣

                    #14
                    I have the Blackstone prep table under the lanai and it does work well as a prep table and storage for the Blackstone stuff and a few BBQ items. It's good enough for that use for $250 back 8 months ago.

                    Stuff like pellets, charcoal, disposable foil go into my deck box nearer to those cookers. I even have the top rack of my pellet grill and offset in there.

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                      #15
                      Good to know… I’ve looked at that one more than once.

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