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Star Elite Personal Adjustable Height Table 30" - $24.99 (very good deal)

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[Costco] Star Elite Personal Adjustable Height Table 30" - $24.99 (very good deal)

Costco (in at least BC, ON and AB but maybe all provinces) currently has for sale the excellent Star Elite Personal Table (Item #: 196196) that is height adjustable with a width of 30", a depth of 20" and comes in gunmetal grey for an outstanding price of $24.99. It can adjust to various heights including: 13.5in, 18in, 21.4in, 24in, 26in and 28in. This adjustable table is light but sturdy and it's top is made of a solidly thick and weatherproof plastic of blowmold high-density polyethylene (HDPE) design. It has ironing board style adjustable height metal legs with end caps that click into each position quite well. It doesn't block your feet when placed horizontally as the gap is width wise instead of depth wise as most folding tables. All in all this is perfect for many uses both indoor and outdoor (we bought two for in house and back porch use and one to extend our RV's outdoor kitchen setup) and can be used as a craft table, card table, sewing table, workbench, etc. We may even use this as the base for a Logitech G29 PC steering wheel setup in our entertainment space.

This exact table doesn't seem to be available online at Costco.ca but is very *similar* to the smaller white Lifetime version at 26" on Costco.ca that sells for $64.99:
https://www.costco.ca/lifetime-66.4-cm- ... 88090.html

It is also almost identical to this extremely highly rated "Lifetime Personal Table with 30 by 20-Inch Molded Top, White" from Amazon.ca that sells for between $65 and $130:
https://www.amazon.ca/Lifetime-Personal ... B0006D50RO

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These are great. Been using it as a keyboard and mouse tray and since wfh came, this was better ergonomically than a standard desk due to height adjustability.
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+1 just for all the images. Nice post.
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Anyone seen these in GTA?
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Do you have the item number? Thanks in advance
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jzs1598 wrote: Do you have the item number? Thanks in advance
I believe it is #: 196196 (6) from the barcode I saw.
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TransporterSD wrote: Anyone seen these in GTA?
Definitely some at Woodbine/Yorktech. Can't confirm the price though as I didn't make note of it.
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This looks like it could be a step up from using an ironing board to mount a sim racing wheel.Image
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BooR4dL3y wrote: This looks like it could be a step up from using an ironing board to mount a sim racing wheel.[/img]
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Should be most Costco west stores according to @thatdealguy cwest post.
biscuits wrote: These are great. Been using it as a keyboard and mouse tray and since wfh came, this was better ergonomically than a standard desk due to height adjustability.

Like the sim racer pic above?
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What kinda table is that? It's more like a half-an-ironing-board for $25
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BooR4dL3y wrote: This looks like it could be a step up from using an ironing board to mount a sim racing wheel.
lol... thats hilarious as I've setup exactly that just to see what height would work best for our racing wheel in the entertainment space. That guy is sad... glorious... ridiculous... and did something that works (I guess). Winking Face

Can't believe how many ironing board racing setups there are in the world!

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malik1234 wrote: What kinda table is that? It's more like a half-an-ironing-board for $25
Its a heavy duty indoor/outdoor crafting type tabletop (rather largish) but indeed with ironing board legs. Great if one needs different heights for different purposes.
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malik1234 wrote: What kinda table is that? It's more like a half-an-ironing-board for $25
Elrondolio wrote: Its a heavy duty indoor/outdoor crafting type tabletop (rather largish) but indeed with ironing board legs. Great if one needs different heights for different purposes.
adding more info to op's post. It is plastic table like lifetime table.
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Are we not going to talk about the fact that OP is rockin 2 subwoofers?? Nevermind the table, tell us about your setup.
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Picked one up Ottawa Barheaven , pretty sturdy . Gonna use it for outdoor projector
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MikeSmooth wrote: Are we not going to talk about the fact that OP is rockin 2 subwoofers?? Nevermind the table, tell us about your setup.
lol. Not to derail the topic too much but in our family room / main entertainment space I have those 2 SVS subs: a sealed box SB-1000 and a ported box PB-1000. SVS subs are fantastic, really one of the few subs on the market worth their price. Sealed subs are excellent for applications where music is the focus as they are tighter and slightly less bombastic. The SB-1000 sealed sub is also much smaller than most but still provides a very clean and powerful low end down to 24 Hz thanks to its 12" driver and excellent design so they are perfect where one might have space constraints. In content where we wanted a deeper and fuller low end the ported PB-1000 (10" driver down to 19 Hz) is better suited, such as for movies, games, etc. I'd recommend a ported SVS sub for someone looking for just one sub for their space. I use both the sealed and ported in our family room as we listen to quite a lot of music as well as gaming, family tv watching and, of course, some family movies. I prefer to enable only the SB-1000 when listening to stereo music but use both subs when watching most other content in that room.

In our separate home theatre we built in our basement we have 2 SVS PB-2000 Pro 12" double ported subs that are more ideally positioned as they provide an amazing amount of powerful, tight and clean low end with absolutely no boominess or distortion all the way down to a chest thumping 16 Hz. Very much highly recommend the PB-2000 Pro if one can afford as they are one of the best subs on the market for their price. If interested, here is a past thread discussion on SVS subs here at RFD:

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stephroll wrote: Picked one up Ottawa Barheaven , pretty sturdy . Gonna use it for outdoor projector
Thanks for the confirmation. Was it at the sale $24.99 price?

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