Main features are it's nice and compact, it's quick and easy to set up, and it's also very stable. At the end of it all, you've got two tabletops that you can work with. It's ideal for anybody who wants a dedicated kitchen area, and also has limited space in their car which is generally everyone.
So now I'm going to show you how it sets up, comes in with a little cover that will just unzip.
So inside you've got the frame and one of the tabletops, take out the frame first, and you've got a slat tabletop there as well.
So the first thing we do is open up the frame the easiest way to do that is to hold these middle legs, lift it, just shake it a little bit, and it comes out.
That leg over and it just clips into a clip there, that one comes over clips in there, they've got these two cross braces on that you just put over and screw up.
At the other end, you've got two crossbars as well they come up and pop into place as well.
So that's the frame set up, tabletop comes over, inside there these little clips, and they clip onto the crossbar there.
And then you've got your little slat tabletop which comes over there and clips in, on that tabletop there.
It also comes with this little hanging rack too which just slides into the back there got a few hooks so you can put some utensils on there hang a tea towel or whatever.
One of the main features is its stability and you can see it's pretty rock solid.
You've got a good size workbench area here, you've got a secondary bench there that you can probably put a food box on, or even a camp stove.
Underneath, you've got a little mesh pocket there and that can be used for anything to storage just lighter stuff.
So it's a quick and simple table to set up and it's really sturdy.
Tabletop here is a composite material so it's a thin aluminium sheet, followed by a plastic layer, and another aluminium sheet.
That means if it happens to get left out in the weather and it gets wet it's waterproof, it's not going to swell up like many tabletops where they use MDF, it gets wet so it swells.
So the size of these tabletops is 58 centimetres long by 52 centimetres wide and 62 centimetres high.
This side is 81 centimetres long by 54 centimetres wide and it is 80 centimetres high.
Now I'm going to show you how to pack it up, so it's quite simply pretty much the reverse of setting up, so take the stove stand, or rather hooks down.
Next, we fold the slat table off so flip it over take three of the slats lift them over and fold it on top of the others so you've got three layers of three there. This is important because when you pack it into the tabletop, you need to do it this way.
And then it's just a matter of closing it up so when you close it you don't want to force it if you force it too much you can damage it. So it's just pretty much the same way I did before, give it a bit of a shake and it'll start to close up, and just close it right up simply like that.
Okay then, it's just a simple matter of packing it up make sure you have your little ties hanging out, take the slats, sit them down there like that frame then goes on top and your little drops down it's just a simple matter of doing your velcro ties up.
Fold it over, put your locks together, your carry bag, there it is the Compact Camp Kitchen from Outdoor Connection.