The Camp Time Roll-A-Table had somewhat of a Jekyll-Hyde effect on us. The table's positives balance out its negative aspects, leaving our assessment somewhere in the middle. The table is sturdy, the tabletop wipes clean easily, and it packs down small for its size. On the other hand, it's pretty wobbly, the vinyl tabletop is prone to knicks, and installing the legs leaves metallic dust on our hands every time.
During the test period, the REI Co-op Camp Roll Table offered more stability than the Camp Time model. It also costs significantly less.