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Old 11-14-2019, 07:30 PM   #1
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Lagun Table Buddy

We installed a Lagun Table on our E21 with U-shaped dinette.

We also wanted to have a little more table space. Thus we recently built a "Lagun Table Buddy". Pictures are below.

For two people, it adds some additional table space. We like that it remains stationary on the cushion when the Lagun table is moving around (useful for a little lamp, drinks, etc.).

For the top piece, we simply ordered another flip up counter extension with folding brackets from ETI. For the back and base, we used some plywood and covered it with some dark cloth. To mount the base to the back, we used some simple shelf brackets from Home Depot. The table buddy is light and can be moved around easily.

(My thanks to Bill from Idaho Falls on his posting on how to install the Lagun Table. His suggestions really made for a strong, solid mounting.)

-The Bea Team
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Old 11-14-2019, 09:05 PM   #2
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We installed a Lagun Table on our E21 with U-shaped dinette.

We also wanted to have a little more table space. Thus we recently built a "Lagun Table Buddy". Pictures are below.

For two people, it adds some additional table space. We like that it remains stationary on the cushion when the Lagun table is moving around (useful for a little lamp, drinks, etc.).

For the top piece, we simply ordered another flip up counter extension with folding brackets from ETI. For the back and base, we used some plywood and covered it with some dark cloth. To mount the base to the back, we used some simple shelf brackets from Home Depot. The table buddy is light and can be moved around easily.

(My thanks to Bill from Idaho Falls on his posting on how to install the Lagun Table. His suggestions really made for a strong, solid mounting.)

-The Bea Team
Bea very inventive and cool ! Pat
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Old 11-15-2019, 09:06 AM   #3
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Bea,
Your dinette area looks great.

Can you tell me about your small table lamp ? It appears to be battery powered.

Thanks,

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Old 11-15-2019, 12:24 PM   #4
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Hi Pat - Thank you for your very kind words.

Hi Brett - The lamp is actually a plug-in one, with the cord running behind the "lagun table buddy". However, we did modify the lamp so it would work from a USB outlet rather than the 110V AC. This way, we could use the lamp easily, regardless of hook-ups.

For the lamp, we used the following gadget from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Volt-Light-Bu...s%2C226&sr=8-4

One needs to use 12v LED light bulbs for this configuration.

Hope this helps

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Old 11-16-2019, 09:30 AM   #5
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Thanks. Just what I needed. A table lamp is now on my Winter project list.

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Hi Pat - Thank you for your very kind words.

Hi Brett - The lamp is actually a plug-in one, with the cord running behind the "lagun table buddy". However, we did modify the lamp so it would work from a USB outlet rather than the 110V AC. This way, we could use the lamp easily, regardless of hook-ups.

For the lamp, we used the following gadget from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Volt-Light-Bu...s%2C226&sr=8-4

One needs to use 12v LED light bulbs for this configuration.

Hope this helps

- The Bea Team
Bea now that is nifty too ! Pat
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