With your grill balancing on an off-angled rock, your pots and pans dangling from tree branches, and dirty plates circling around the campfire, it's about time to upgrade to something cleaner and more organized. The Sylvansport Dine O Max Camp Kitchen keeps all the cooking essentials nice and tidy. A massive bamboo work surface gives plenty of space for a two-burner, some prep space, and even dirty dishes. The large washbasin is collapsible when you don't need it, and there's a hanger for rags and cleaning supplies. Rugged polyester protects your dishes from oncoming dust storms and weather when you're taking a hike. The entire kitchen collapses and packs into the included travel bag integrated to the frame so you never lose it.
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