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Date: 10/6/13 3:59 PM

I am interested in this table but haven't seen any reviews. I would have to order it online...so curious if anyone here has seen it/tried it out?

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Date: 10/8/13 6:02 AM

No, I havent but it looks like a good multi functional table for sewing or cutting. The adjustible height would be handy.

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Date: 10/8/13 7:21 PM

I ended up ordering it online yesterday. (No one had it locally)
I am hoping very much that it is a very good table for my needs. Hope it gets here fast...

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Date: 10/9/13 9:19 AM

The price for that is outrageous.

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Date: 10/9/13 8:49 PM

I'd be interested in hearing what you think of the table after you have it set up and tried out the adjustable height feature. I know the electronically adjustable height tables we have at work are thousands of dollars. I'm short so a lower table works well for me. Some at work like to stand or sit at a bar height stool and change it periodically.

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Date: 10/21/13 10:52 PM

I still have not received it. :/
I have had back surgery this summer and I am looking for a table that I could use as both cutting and sewing table. I tried looking for regular height adjustable tables but they are usually almost as expensive and much narrower. It is very important that I take care of my back...so yeah I am paying for it.
It goes up to 38 inches so I can stand and cut by it. I hope I will like it. If it will ever get here..... 40 x 60 inches, I could use it for basting and quilting also.

I will report back if/when it will get here and I have used it for a bit.

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Date: 10/21/13 11:02 PM

The cheapest price for this table that I have seen is $899 and free shipping (not Alaska or Hawaii). I am in AK so I had to pay more. :(
Yeah and I saw two other sewing tables that are adjustable (electric) and they wanted around $2000 plus for them... Not as big either. Horn of America and another brand... And I don't think they didn't go up as far in height?

There is one that is a bit cheaper that is adjustable but I think you have to unscrew the leg parts every time you want to change the height so not very good for me. I need to be able to change things up a lot. My back doesn't like to stay in the same position for longer times.

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Date: 10/22/13 9:14 AM

Hopefully you also go the free chair they offered. I'm curious about this table too. The height seems to my liking--anything over 35'' for cutting is fine with me.

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Date: 10/22/13 12:03 PM

I love this table! Please let us know how you like it once you get it set up. I would want two of them though as I have two machines set up to create an L shaped sewing space. The height adjustment is going to be so nice! Enjoy! BTW, I have one of the Stump Chairs that is supposed to come free with the table, and it's the best!

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Date: 10/22/13 1:27 PM

I can certainly understand now why you'd pay so much for it. My husband injured his back years ago and can only sit in certain chairs. So if it's something he can use, price is secondary.

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