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Old 01-03-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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I have been looking at the various Magic Tables as I need some extra counter space for food preparation. Then also need some extra table space for serving the food. The Magic Table seems like it would foot the bill for all both uses. Problem is last night I discovered there are two people who make the same table; Miller and Carlyle. So the question is has anyone seen both tables and able to give a review and comparison of the craftsmanship between them?

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Old 01-04-2012, 05:30 AM   #2
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I have Carlyle's table and I'm 100% satisfied and would rather deal with Carlyle as he has integrity.

There are several differences between the two.
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Where might I get info on the Carlyle Table?
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I have a Magic Hamper. Put your dirty clothes in it and two days later they are hanging in the closet all clean and ironed. MAGIC!!!!
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I have a Magic Hamper. Put your dirty clothes in it and two days later they are hanging in the closet all clean and ironed. MAGIC!!!!

My wife wanted one of those for Christmas.
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I have a Magic Hamper. Put your dirty clothes in it and two days later they are hanging in the closet all clean and ironed. MAGIC!!!!
I'd pay LOTS of $$$ for that...on the other hand my DH thinks there's one in the bedroom.
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I'd pay LOTS of $$$ for that...on the other hand my DH thinks there's one in the bedroom.
I notice your signature says you have up to 12 Segways. We've rented them all over the country and I'm curious why do you have 12 of them?
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I notice your signature says you have up to 12 Segways. We've rented them all over the country and I'm curious why do you have 12 of them?
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It's hard to tell the difference between i2, the model # & 12 in our signature line. We have 2 - i2's which we LOVE & carry in our HHR while we travel. They have their own collapsible "garage" when we stay more than a couple of days. We do rental Segway tours if we fly to a destination. Best way ever to easily see tourist sites.

Back on topic - The woodwork at the posted link is very nice. You've got me planning how to add file drawers to our current buffet/table.

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