After one season outside in sun and rain, flecks of wood had begun to flake off in a few spots. Not horrible and I think they would sand and paint up well, but won't last year's and years outside. Good size, easy to move about, fold for storage.
It took me quite a while to decide whether to purchase wood or wicker or metal furniture for my balcony. I finally decided on the yellow Balau wood furniture and it has worked out very well. I have had the table since Spring and it has weathered very well. Despite the hot summer sun beating down on it and a few rain storms it looks just as good as the day it arrived.
Initially this table seemed great. Wood is quite nice and seems good quality. After having it for about a year, however, the screws won't tightened and the table continually collapses. I think we will have add screws through the legs to keep it from collapsing. Once we do this, it will no longer fold.
This little table matches the eucalyptus chairs perfectly, and we love it. It's small enough to stay out of the way between the two chairs, yet holds a couple of coffee mugs, our binoculars, and one or two other small items. And it looks really great. It was a little bit tricky to assemble, but it was well worth the effort.