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Coleman Compact Kitchen

by Coleman

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  • Lightweight aluminium frame
  • Mesh storage shelf
  • Lantern stand
  • Utensil stand and adjustable table for use with all camp stoves
  • Table: 805479cm
  • Side stove support: 644762cm
  • Packed:823012cm
  • Weight: 6.25Kg

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Flexible and compact table, designed for easy storage and transport, that are ideal for family camping.
  • Lightweight aluminium frame
  • Mesh storage shelf
  • Lantern stand
  • Utensil stand and adjustable table for use with all camp stoves
  • Table: 80×54×79cm
  • Side stove support: 64×47×62cm
  • Packed:82×30×12cm
  • Weight: 6.25Kg

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Great kitchen -- easy set up, very compact 15 Oct 2008
By Roger Sinasohn - Published on
The only reason this didn't get 5 stars is because, as another reviewer mentioned, there is no support for the propane bottle for the stove -- the stove sits on two cross bars on the right (you can see them in the picture). I am considering adding a couple of pieces (or one hinged piece that would fit in the case and would support the stove and propane bottle.

That said, I love how quickly this gets put together. You open the case, and there are four components inside: the stand/base, the two crossbars that hold the stove, the lantern post, and the paper towel/utensil holder. The base simply expands (like a Hoberman sphere) and you flip over the bars that go left-to-right. They clip into place and that's set. Then you put the crossbars for the stove on, turn the case over and put that on (it's the table part on the left). You then put the lantern pole together (it's in two pieces) and slip the utensil holder into place. I can set it up quicker than it took to type this paragraph (and I'm a fast typist.)

Take-down is just as simple -- basically the reverse of set-up. We leave the netting attached and put the two pieces of the lantern holder inside the collapsed base.

The other really great thing about this set-up is the compact size and light weight. I don't know the actual size off-hand but it's surprisingly small when packed up. It's light enough that my four-year-old can carry it. It's got handles that make it very simple to carry.

To sum up, this is a great addition to your gear if you camp regularly with a larger (coleman-type) stove and like some comforts. If you only have a backpacking stove and you eat basic foods, you probably don't need this, but we regularly car-camp with five or six other families and this is very handy.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great extra table for camping 2 Sep 2008
By Erica - Published on
I bought this last year for our family camping and it was a big help. It is compact (it folds into a flat compact case half the size of the table top) and so versatile that we had several use of it. We used it for a cooking station, prep station, sometimes dishwashing station (I have a 5 gallon water container with a spigot that served as the faucet, very helpful to my back!) There is a pole for hanging lanterns, a paper towel rack, even a corner to hang the plastic garbage liner. Having this table also gave us more eating space at the picnic table. I highly recommend it to those who bring their kitchen at family campings!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
No propane bottle support 5 Sep 2008
By GAPhil - Published on
Nifty fold-up camp kitchen. But it doesn't work with my stock Coleman camp stove because there's no support for the mini propane tank. A hose or T is needed... something that allows you to put the propane tank on the ground.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Works great! 4 Aug 2009
By BrookeGa - Published on
Rarely do I buy a product with which I am just plain thrilled, and this is one of them. It folds up so tiny, it has lots of space, it is an ingenious design, and is easy to use. I can't say enough about it. I take it camping and I am typically the envy of everyone around me. It is well worth the money.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Very convenient, but started rusting within months 30 Aug 2010
By Island girl - Published on
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We love our Coleman kitchen. It is very small and light for easy transportation and sets up easily, but it is large enough for cooking at camp. However, many parts started to rust within months after we started using it even though we wipe it clean and dry it immediately before storing and after each use. We would recommend it, but take into account that it may not look as new within a few months.
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