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Old 03-16-2014, 10:21 PM   #1
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Kitchen Table, Storage Idea

Just saw this new product on Ebay, I think it is a great idea.
For those of you who like me, may be carpentry challenged, an outdoor kitchen set up.

Camping Kitchen Table Organizer RV Furnitures Outdoor Cooking Tables Brandnew | eBay
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Old 03-16-2014, 10:25 PM   #2
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And the less expensive and hassle-free Amazon version:
Amazon.com: Camp Chef Sherpa Camp Table and Organizer (Brick): Sports & Outdoors
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Oh you are right Deborah, they are cheaper on Amazing! Yeah.
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Old 03-16-2014, 11:11 PM   #4
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I've been lusting for them, too, so I knew just where they were.
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Question how do you pack it around - it doesnt seem to fold up or compact down so appears that it would take a fair amount of room up in what every you pack it in or am I missing something?
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The legs telescope into the body of the table, and the top rolls up into a pouch, but the table and boxes remain the same size. It's a convenient way of lugging items outside - just like the chuck wagon on another thread.
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We just saw one of those at Gander MT. What we didn't like is everything is in those bags that have to be pulled out and zipped open to get anything. We bought a camp table that folds in half, legs fold, and it has two soft hanging zippered compartments. Found it on sale last year at Camping World. We used it while snow birding this winter. Kept dishes, utensils, pots & pans in the hanging compartments. On top we had a small microwave, electric coffee pot, and toaster. We had it set up in our screen room. Also in our screen room we had the picnic table with a small fridge on it, a TV, electric heater, and two comfortable chairs and foot stools. When all this is packed in the car we look like a modern day version of the Clampetts!
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I don't understand why you need the trailer
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I don't understand why you need the trailer
To sleep in!!
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The legs telescope into the body of the table, and the top rolls up into a pouch, but the table and boxes remain the same size. It's a convenient way of lugging items outside - just like the chuck wagon on another thread.
Thanks Deborah I couldn't see that info on the Amazon link.

Have gone through a few roll up tables which haven't stood up to well. The elastic that keeps them together has broken so I am inclined to avoiding them.

Have taken a liking to the folding type - way easier to put up and take down. Stores nicely up agains the wall in the bathroom for travel. Although just one will hold the camp stove or BQ but for cooking I put two side by side for more counter space. When not in use for cooking they make nice side tables for beside the chair.
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We have that one too Carol, plus a couple other plastic top tables that the legs fold. The storage table we have is #60256 at Camping World, now on sale for $64.97. Leg extensions have to be unscrewed and hard inserts for the hanging compartments have to be removed to completely fold and latch it shut.
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We also just bought from Amazon the Camco 57293 Deluxe Grilling Table. Just pop off the top and storage rack and it folds right up into it's carry bag. Bought this and a Camp Chef stove/griddle combination because our winter neighbor had them. Didn't like the stove so took it back to Gander Mountain, but the table will work good for our other stoves. We need a bigger tow vehicle I'm thinking!! Other campers wanted to watch us pack up because they couldn't imagine how we fit it all in the car. We only take all this when we go south for the winter, and actually use it all!
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I bought two of those stools Carol shows a few years back, and they have been an extremely valuable piece of kit. Rarely do they get used as stools to sit upon, but when needed for that, do their job. They are mostly used as side tables to our chairs, whether sitting out on a warm day drinking cocktails, or having that evening beverage around the campfire. Many friends and family have now bought them too.
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Kelty has the cubes also...camp kitchen organizer.
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