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36" W X 24" D Flip and Fold Training Table by Oasis Concepts

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Love It! from Key west, FL on 11/02/2015 – Verified Buyer
Very sturdy functional space saver!
Key west FL
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Love this table! from Warren, MI on 03/25/2015 – Verified Buyer
It's the exact size I need for a good price.

Pros: Folds up conveniently, very sturdy.
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  3.0 stars
Portable, Storable.. and Poorly Finished from Maryland on 10/16/2007 – Verified Buyer
I've had my Flip and Fold Desk for about a month. I use it as a portable writing desk, and it works well for that; it's sturdy, and has plenty of room for a laptop, books, etc. It folds easily, but, as listed in descriptions, it does NOT stand up when folded without leaning against something. The top of the desk also arrived roughly finished, and it scratches easily. I would not recommend this for people who care about how the top looks, or recommend its use in the kitchen. But it is a sturdy and convenient portable desk, even if it is a bit scuffed.
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Ingenious folding Desk/Soft Wood Surface from Los Angeles, California on 05/07/2008 – Verified Buyer
Well made and ingenious system that allows desk to be folded and stored/rolled away on its rubber casters. HOWEVER, for whatever reason, the manufacturer's have chosen to use a comparatively soft wood for the desk's surface - almost like a balsa - that scratches and dents VERY easily. These need to be made with a much more durable, hardwood surface.
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