I set it up to full 36" height which was easy to do alone, not as described by other customer review. Legs are strong enough but when I folded it up, legs didn't stay folded. I didn't trust it to stay up when set up because cross arms need to be more sturdy. I used this table for one craft show and when customers tried to use it as a base to write checks, I had to ask them to use another of my tables: I was THAT uncomfortable with this table's stability. Return shipping, however, was much too expensive to send back so we decided to keep it and try to find a light use for it somewhere at home, maybe camouflaged as a printer stand, an accent table or night stand. I got a 5 foot, much sturdier table at Walmart for about the same price, weights 25 lbs, folds up and travels well. Works perfectly, better value.
- How accurate was the sizing? Very
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Table top quality fine; legs not so much
- Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? Depends on how you define defects. I think of this more as a design issue.