Pack-Away® Deluxe Kitchen
Item Number 2000020275
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.
• Lantern holder for day or night cooking
• Removable sink makes cleanup easy
• Covenient wire storage shelf and produce bin
• Paper towel holder, condiment shelves, utensil hooks
• Side stand fits most Coleman® stoves and coolers
• Lightweight aluminum frame
• Overall dimensions: 73.3 x 19.7 x 79 in.
• Prep surface dimensions: 39.4 x 19.7 in.
• Side table dimensions: 26.4 x 15 in.
• All pieces store in self-contained case with handle
• 1-year limited warranty
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Pack-Away® Deluxe Kitchen is rated out of 5 by 8.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jillian87 from Bought twice; same pieces bent I was very excited for this camp kitchen, but when I got it the two hooks on the wire storage shelf that hook into the main part of the kitchen were bent to the point where there was no way I could hook it in. Since it does need to be so precise, and not wanting to ruin it further, I returned it thinking it was just a random malfunction. When I bought a second one, I ran into the same problem. This time the pieces weren't as bent; I can fit one side into the main table all the way, but when I do, the other side is not even close to where it needs to be. I can just fit both sides in if they're not all the way in as they should be, but I'll need to figure out a way to secure it further before putting my stove on this if I do decide to keep it.
Date published: 2018-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by Camper5000 from Not nearly as good as the smaller model The sink, while theoretically useful, only decreased the usable workspace. The grate underneath the main surface is not sturdy enough to support much of anything useful, as it wants to bow severely if you place anything heavier than a few ounces in the center. The extra piece that should be attachable when transporting doesn’t, so you end up with two completely separate pieces. The paper towel holder doesn’t stick. I did like the movable wire racks on the back, but disliked the solid back after having used the smaller model without a back for so long. It never seemed to be as useful as it should have been. And we felt that we had to close it down every night so that it didn’t catch a stray gust of wind and knock the whole thing over.
Date published: 2018-09-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mariah from Good but the hooks; inconvenient. The table is sturdy. I love it. My only gripe would be that since we can't close the table without a butter knife to jam in and move the hooks. Maybe make those removable or put them just SLIGHTLY lower on the frame so they don't wedge between the table parts upon closing so you can't latch it.
Date published: 2019-03-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by Flieger45 from Deluxe kitchen Excellent product! It is everything we wanted. The only reason I’m giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is the shelf under the wash basin is pretty flimsy.
Date published: 2019-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by MoHillbilly from What a great addition I wanted a set up that would allow me to have my stove and wash area close by and this is the perfect set up for just that. I added another folding table for prep and we are good to go when it comes to cooking and cleaning up after a meal.
Date published: 2019-09-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by Randy21671 from It could be better. Still, I like it so far. Unboxing... a couple clips that hold the legs together while packed were bent on arrival. Suction cups to hold paper roll not a very good design, paper roll fell into sink. Have to find the right spot to put stove so it is balanced on grate.
Date published: 2018-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jeff S from Great table I love my table, but one of the backsplash hinges snapped after tipping over in heavy wind, and I can't find replacement parts for it anywhere.
Date published: 2019-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dreed from I’ve used this on Five weeklong camping trips This camp kitchen has been extremely useful to us while camping. We don’t put a stove on it because we use one of the larger 2 burner Camp Chef models to cook for 5. We set the kitchen up near the grill and coolers. I like to slide a cheap plastic cutting board behind the spice rack when folding the top down. I use the work space for preparing foods for the grill. I put a large boiling pot and a large cast iron skillet on the wire racks. I use the side grate for this, I guess that is supposed to be where a small camp grill is supposed to sit. The lower rack is larger and spans the full length of the counter so it does flex a little, but I have put plenty on there as well, it has bowed but hasn’t failed yet. I love the sink. After we eat we throw the dirty dishes in it. I take a 5 gallon bucket to fill with fresh water and my girlfriend will put the spices and other food stuff away to clear the counter for me to do dishes. I’ll pour 1/3 or 1/2 of the water from the 5 gallon Home Depot bucket into the boiling pot and heat it up on the grill. The camp chef is a boss, so it only takes a couple minutes to get it hot. Dump some soap and the hot water in the sink. As I wash a dish or utensil or pan, etc... I then dunk it in the remaining water in the 5 gallon bucket and put it on the counter to dry. I usually wipe it down right away and put away. When done, take the sink out and walk to the edge of camp to dump. Close up the kitchen and done. At night it’s all closed up and the lantern hangs from the include lantern pole which is enough to illuminate the coolers any the counter top is now a mini bar. It packs up ok, not the greatest though, and has a handle to carry the whole thing. I say ok because it basically tri folds into itself and then has arm clasps that hook to hold it close. I can never get both sides to hook, maybe one is bent but it doesn’t appear so. Possibly I don’t have it packed just perfect for it to fit, idk it is hard to tell. The 3 pole segments that hold the lantern don’t really seem to have s home in the packed configuration. I just sort of stuff them In. However when it is closed up it has a handle for 1 hand carrying and it is fairly flat for packing. The spice storage racks are really handy, the hooks I don’t often use, and they do get I. The way when closing the top, but you soon learn how to position them before closing. I lost my paper towel hanger after the second trip, it supposed to stay in place with 2 little suction cups....good luck It has a little pop out net trash holder, I like this feature and put trash bag liners in there. My kitchen has held up well over the years and I don’t think ill need to replace it for a while. I’m surprised how good a shape the counter tops have stayed. Could this be improved? Yes, the hooks, paper towel holder, storage rack stiffness, packability.p
Date published: 2019-09-09
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