Breaks up the very first show, not a professional prop!
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This is beautifully constructed and appointed. The base is solid. Its' not quite as deep as I was
led to believe; however, it is suitable as either a side table or as a main performance surface.
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I have purchased thousands of dollars of products from penguin since 2010. Almost $5000, I believe.
I have never written a review before now. The case just spins and doesn’t lock into place . The
tripod is very difficult to open. On top of that, I am losing $42 in shipping because I had ordered
it two day priority and I will lose that because I’m sending it back. Oh well. I wouldn’t recommend
I've just taken this table touring through Europe streets. I've performed on all sorts of uneven
surfaces and cobblestone streets and even in light rain with this thing. The ONLY weakness is that
it once fell over when I brushed it at the same time as a gust of wind in Berlin and came crashing
to the ground in an explosion of cups and balls! SO some advice to go with the table - keep it
locked closed in case it does get knocked over and be aware that it is lightweight enough to blow
over in a strong wind.
The main thing that is impressive is that the legs fit inside and
that it has survived a fair few knocks without falling apart. It is a little small for 3 cups (I
changed my routine to use two) but that's what you get for a small travel case.