Anyone ever tried this inexpensive round folding poker table, "Sunnydaze"?

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Easier sell to the wife space- or money-wise?
At any rate, most wives will say yes to any table that can be an instant dining table too, by either adding a dining top or easily removing the rail.
If money isn't the top concern, I 'd talk to Mr. Chanman:)
 

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I wouldn't recommend it, especially for $200. Small, leg design leaves little space for legroom, and the shallow cup holders are a useless spill disaster waiting to happen.
 

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Don't know what space you have available, but you could throw away all cheap stuff and have a fine dining table, which can be uncovered as a fine poker table.
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It shouldn't be hard to talk her into this^^
(Pic courtesy of His All Craftiness, the Chanman) :)
 

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Much appreciated gents. As much as I'd love a Chanman it's not in the budget for now. No need to spend money on junk either so mabe Barrington it is.
 

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The way the fold-out legs are mounted near the edges looks like a seating disaster.
 
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