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[quote] On 2009-01-06 22:18, davidpaul$ wrote: http://charvetmagic.com/catalog/c3_p1.html Just received this today. Looks very classy as you can see from the above picture. Well made. Hardware and latches are top quality. It also has low profile casters to easily move the table on a smooth surface. The only downside is that the table is a little wobbly, so if you had a glass of liquid sitting on top, it could spill if you lean on the table. It's not too bad though. The base is actually part of the table that you unlatch and place on the floor. You are supplied with 2 metal tubes that fit together and then attach the base to the bottom of the table. This support, base to table, is why the table is a little wobbly. Now it won't tip over by any means but it is not rigid. When you are finished with your performance, you detach the metal tube supports from the base and the bottom of the table. (friction fit) The base attaches to the table via the latches and you put the metal tube supports inside the table. There is plenty of room for your props. Your props will move around inside the table because of the assembly and dis assembly. All that said it does look very professional and well made. I just would have changed the design on the base to table support to make it more stable. Who knows maybe that would not have been practical due to weight issues or speed of assembly. There is at least a 30 day wait due to the fact that they are made to order and different styles are available. Hope that helps if anyone is interested in ordering one. [/quote]
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