- Product Dimensions: 21.7 x 7.5 x 41 inches ; 31.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 35.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B00363WZSS
- Item model number: 2000020275
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (414 customer reviews) Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
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Coleman Pack-Away Deluxe Kitchen
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- Portable food prep station brings the kitchen to the campsite or tailgate
- Side table is specially-designed to allow you to cook on your Coleman® stove
- Kitchen includes paper towel holder, condiment racks, removable sink basin, pantry shelf and a lantern hook
- Heavy-duty, rust-resistant steel frame
- Pack-Away® design folds compactly and hooks together for integrated storage
- Incredibly compact, one-handed, lightweight carrying
- 1-year limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||40.95 x 7.48 x 21.66 inches|
|Item Display Weight||38.2 pounds|
|Item Weight||31.53 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||35.25 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
You can literally take the kitchen sink to the campsite – and the rest of the tools to make cooking easy – with a Coleman Pack-Away Deluxe Kitchen. It's the ultimate in outdoor food prep. The side stand fits most Coleman stoves and coolers, while a separate food prep surface allows ample space for slicing meat and vegetables. A removable sink fits into the prep surface for easy cleaning. A lantern hook provides a convenient place to hang your a light for cooking at night. You'll get plenty of room to store utensils and extra ingredients or supplies with the paper towel holder, condiment shelves, hanging hooks, produce bin, and a wire storage shelf. When the fun is done, the whole setup packs into a single integrated storage system for easy, compact, one-handed carrying.
Outdoor cooking is a ton of fun, but it's not always easy to prep your meal on coolers, picnic tables, and car tailgates. Enter the Coleman deluxe Camp Kitchen, a complete outdoor food preparation center that fits inside a compact carrying case.
The Camp Kitchen includes a removable dish tub for post-meal cleanup.
It's the extras that really make the Camp Kitchen go. The unit offers a handy bottom shelf for storing items like pots, dishware, and bread, along with chrome-plated wire hooks and a spice rack/shelves along the back for mugs, spatulas, and condiments. The Camp Kitchen even includes a removable tub for washing your dishes and a produce bin. And when you're ready to head home, the Camp Kitchen folds up into an easy-to-carry suitcase-style frame that fits easily in most car trunks. Other details include stable leg braces for added support, plastic guards to protect the corners, a lantern hook, a paper-towel holder, and a hand-towel holder.
The Camp Kitchen measures 74.5 by 64 by 20 inches (W x H x D) when open and 39.5 by 7 by 20 inches when closed and weighs 24.2 pounds.
More than 100 years ago, a young man with an entrepreneurial spirit and a better idea began manufacturing lanterns in Wichita, Kansas. His name was W.C. Coleman, and the company he founded would change life in America. A man plagued with such poor vision he sometimes had to ask classmates to read aloud to him, Coleman saw a brilliant light in 1900 in a drugstore window that stopped him in his tracks. He inquired about the light inside and discovered he was able to read even the small print on a medicine bottle by the illumination. The lamps had mantles, not wicks, and were fueled by gasoline under pressure instead of coal oil. Soon afterward, Coleman started a lighting service that offered a "no light, no pay" clause--a big step forward for merchants who were burned by inferior products that rarely worked--and drew substantial interest from businesses that wanted to keep their lights on after dark.
In the ensuing years, Coleman expanded its product line well beyond lanterns. The company's current catalog is thick with products that make spending time outdoors a pleasure. There are coolers that keep food and drinks cold for days on end, comfortable airbeds that won't deflate during the night, a complete line of LED lights that last for years, powerful portable grills that cook with an authentic open-grill flame, and much, much more. Coleman has truly fashioned much of our outdoor camping experience, and expects to do so for generations to come.
Top Customer Reviews
It's the perfect height for cooking and prepping. The open grate ledge holds my coleman 2 burner stove with some extra room to spare. The propane tank does hang off the edge though. My other complaint with the fold out table part is that the prongs that attach to the main legs seem to be just a little too short. It doesn't look like they were bent, more like a manufacturer defect. I used some force, bent them out a little, and didn't have any more problems.
The paper towel holder...well, just throw that away because it's worthless. Didn't stay suctioned for more than a minute
The storage shelves perfectly held all of my condiments, non stick spray, sponges and dish soap. I love that they're adjustable!
The hooks held all of my utensils plus my cutting board.
The sink was so useful although I wish it had a drain plug. All of our clean dishes went right into the mesh basket on the side to dry.
All of my pans fit perfectly under the table. That shelf can be put on either set of cross bars and holds plenty of weight.
The lantern hook, while GREAT in theory, is not meant to hold a regular size camping lantern. I have a basic, square coleman lantern and it caused the pole to lean out. I felt like it could snap if I kept using it so a lighter/smaller lantern is a must on there.
All in all, it made our most recent camping trip so, so much easier. Everything stayed organized, clean, and my back was saved from having to hunch down to prep and cook meals.
It sets up in just a few minutes and easily breaks down.
It should be noted that the picture of it folded up is a bit deceptive. It is flat on the front but the back has the side table sticking out an inch or two. It is not fully compact like a suitcase would be. With that said, it fits in the back of my minivan with no problems at all. I take 2 Rubbermaid totes with supplies and food and it sat right on top of the bins. I put the smooth side facing in and used the back as a little storage area by putting beach towels on the rack.
Edited to add:
This has been used several times since my review. Mostly for weekend music festivals. When I said to toss the paper towel holder...scratch that. It is PERFECT to help level our camp stove if the kitchen isn't set up on perfectly flat ground. We've kept it for that reason alone.
The kitchen still looks brand new and is a huge hit everywhere we take it. Definitely well worth the less than $100 we paid for it.
Well the nice people at UPS picked up and threw down my kitchen enough times the box was chewed up, and caused the side table rod hinges to both bend two unwanted directions, badly. A little patience and maybe some channel locks if your hands are not so strong, will set things right again. Since YOU won't be throwing the kitchen down several times it will work, and last, just fine.
Next worth mentioning: The stove area. My Coleman Grill stove was not able to sit well enough on the wire stove shelf for me to even think about cooking on it, the feet don't line up with the wire rods, so one shift of the pan and the whole stove could dump. I put an aluminum sheet, about 14x21" down and stainless wire-tied it to the wire shelf. Now we have a sturdy stove and it also will catch spills too. Finally, my stove leaves the propane can just hanging in the air! Using a 5 inch hoseclamp you can go through the last wire rod bar and support the cylinder. Let me try to get a picture of this posted to help out.
Some high points: Being able to have a wind break / wall behind the prep area - a gust of wind won't take away your food and flies are far easier to fend off! You can fill the sink with ice and canned drinks for a meal, then heat some of the melted ice and add soap for wash water. The spice / comdiment racks are invaluable; they are up off the prep surface which you need constantly, but remain in an arms reach. The lanternhook gets used from dark to bedtime - we hang a Citronella lantern there sometimes.
Anyway, while it is true it is not super compact, if it folded up any smaller the strength could be compromised. I say for the price and features you'll be hard pressed to find another so well suited for car camping. They had to draw the line somewhere or it would be too heavy to move! After looking at many kitchens online and what friends use, this really has the best of the features in a small footprint.
One morning I cooked breakfast for 12 people. It was great. The height is exactly right.. no back problems! The stove table is plenty sturdy when assembled correctly. One edge was slightly bent on arrival and wouldn't fit in the hole, but a strong hand fixed it in no time and we had no further problems. The veggie bin is great for either veggies or essentials like trash bags and tin foil. The racks are super convenient and can hold anything from big utensils and dish soap to condiments and spices. The sink is a good size for washing a few things up quickly.
We did put a second folding table just behind the camp kitchen for a big prep area.. great for kids making sandwiches or cocktails at night. We were at a primitive site with no picnic table but had we had one, it wouldn't have been cluttered with kitchen stuff.
Try setting it up at home first to make sure it all fits together and just like with a tent, it'll go much easier at your campsite if you do.
If you've been putting off purchasing like I had been, wait no more and take advantage of this sale and buy it! You'll be happy you did.
I've been trying to post pictures, but not having any luck. I'll keep trying because it looks awesome all set up and ready to go.