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SonOfNeptune

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Does anyone have any experience on the Campmate Kitchen? Im interested in the design... just wondering how the fit and finish is?
 

Robert OB 33/48

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Sorry I cant help you out, as an european I have no clue what those kitchens are. We have probarly different styles and different brands.
So put up some links and pictures and maybe I can learn a thing or two.

Greetings from Robert
 

iamout

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Does anyone have any experience on the Campmate Kitchen? Im interested in the design... just wondering how the fit and finish is?
They are hard to find and very expensive. I like it, but for that kind of $$ You are better off building your own.
 

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I have one that I got at a garage sale for FREE!!!!. I was driving by and my wife saw it and said that there is a large ice chest at the sale. As I am passing by I turned my head and knew immediately what it was. As I walked up to it a gentleman ask if I knew what it was. I said yes and he said take it. :grinning:.

Overall I am happy with it. I would rate it a 7. I have a picture posted on an another thread. Look under Morris Mule Trailer.
 

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I have one that I started using a couple years ago. Overall it works great for what I need but there are a couple caveats-#1 the thing is heavy, #2 as someone said they are dang expensive and #3 when I got mine one of the rods at the top of the right wing had come loose from the plastic and comes out if the wing is open and unsupported. Not sure how common that is but does require me to support it somehow, normally on a camp table. I carry all the eating and prep items including spices and condiments in the bottom and a Coleman dual fuel stove on top-the smaller one as the Powerhouse 414 is too big.

At the end of the day I am happy with it but cannot say that it was a game changer for me vs. stacking stuff in an alubox or something similar.