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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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|Department||ADULTS, UNISEX-ADULT, MENS|
|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.
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Top customer reviews
First of all, I got a spray can of polyurethane and coated the top and bottom of both the lid and table. I made sure to really get in the crack where the table top meets the aluminum to make sure that moisture wouldn't penetrate and delaminate the table.
Next I carefully bent the two supports outward where the stove top meets the prep table. This made it so that the stove support would stay attached. I also did this to the trash can/produce holder.
Finally I bought a couple small velcro loops and attached them to the side of the lid next to the spice racks so that I could tie around the middle section of the lantern support. I did one up high and another one about mid height. I held it in place with a small fender washer and machine bolt with locking nut. It's very clean and looks like it was factory done. This makes the lantern holder strong enough for a Coleman Norhtstar or whatever other type of lantern you want to hang on it.
After that, I positioned the paper towel holder so that the "Coleman" logo was right side up in the vertical position of the sink area and super glued the suction cups in place. I removed the paper towel holder from the suction cups while it was drying so the weight would not cause it to move or fall off. After everything set, I slipped the paper towel holder back on and it neatly folds away and doesn't fall off.
Finally, I super glued the black rubber feet onto the wire rack table that goes under the prep table so that they would not pop off and get lost.
I have an extra roll up table top from a camp table that is just the right size to put on the stove support side that gives it more rigidity and better support without the chance of the stove slipping off.
I didn't have the problem with the propane bottle hanging off since I use a propane tree attached to a bulk tank, so that really isn't an issue.
I've been pretty happy
If you do end up giving this kitchen a try, be sure to unpack and set it up right away. The packaging is VERY thin with minimal styrofoam to protect it. Our box was dinged on arrival and the kitchen surface was damaged. Overall disappointment.
The surface is really sturdy and I like the outside design as well. The bottom grate for storage is a little flimsy but not a deal breaker. Yes, the paper towel holder is a joke - but I plan on getting something to screw into the side for that purpose. I LOVE the spice rack - great idea!
I'm going to whip this out camping later this month and the people with me are going to FLIP. I am definitely taking camping to a new level here. Where's the propane mini-fridge?
Took it camping for the first time. While it is heavy, it was WELL worth the effort! It was great to have a portable kitchen space to prepare meals and clean up. Make sure you are on level ground! The first day I had it leaning just a LITTLE in the direction of the opening lid and the whole unit tipped over in a moderate wind, cracking the top wood just a bit. It's superficial and not a big deal but I learned a good lesson. Keep it level and put some heavier items on the lower rack to keep it sturdy. Overall it is a good product - just wish it were lighter to transport. I expect to have this for a long time and already looking to customize it with little improvements!
Great additional space to our cooking area though, freed up most of the picnic table.
Can't recommend and wouldn't buy again.