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Side Table

Where can I buy one of those collapable side tables for my egg (see egg on right in link)? Do they work well? Should I get one or two (I have a large egg)? Appreciate any help I can get.

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  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Rookie, someone who has one will be right along to help ya decide. I don't use one as I have mine in a home built table. And in the spring it will go into a new custom Egg Shelter. Rather, both of my eggs will..
    C~W[p]

  • FireballFireball Posts: 354
    Rookie,
    Side table, do mean the egg nest with the wing tables? If you do, go ahead and get one. I own two eggs, one in a table that I built and the second in a nest with the wing tables. Both a very useful and I would buy the wing tables again. The only advantage to the stick built table is the lower shelf storage.

  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
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    <p />Rookie,[p]They are called Egg-Mates and they attach to the lower band. Very handy! Takes about 30-40 min to install them and the instructions are not good but it's easy to figure out. You need to call BGE in Atlanta for them and the price.[p]1-800-939-3447[p]Tim
  • PugPug Posts: 57
    Rookie,
    I have a medium egg and the "egg mate" side tables. They work very well and fold down when you don't need them. I got a deal with mine. The dealer had already assembled it with the egg mate on it so he gave me a discount on them when I told him I really did not want them. I also have the nest which has wheels. This combo is handy because I can roll my egg anywhere on my deck and still have a table to put things on. When I am finished I can fold the tables down and store the egg away.[p]Steve

  • Tim M,[p]Thanks for the help. I will call tomorrow.
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