GCI Outdoor Master Cook Portable Folding Camp Kitchen

February 27, 2019 - Comment

The GCI Outdoor master cook portable folding camp kitchen brings the kitchen outside for camping, picnics, tailgating, grilling, and outdoor parties. With space for a camp stove or grill, counter top surfaces for cookware and utensils, a dry good storage rack, and a collapsible softshell sink with drain for dishes, it makes outdoor meal prep

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The GCI Outdoor master cook portable folding camp kitchen brings the kitchen outside for camping, picnics, tailgating, grilling, and outdoor parties. With space for a camp stove or grill, counter top surfaces for cookware and utensils, a dry good storage rack, and a collapsible softshell sink with drain for dishes, it makes outdoor meal prep and cooking easy and convenient. The one-piece powder-coated steel frame easily unfolds, thanks to gci’s slim-fold technology, revealing an outdoor kitchen with an extended aluminum counter top, wire storage rack, three plastic fold-out side tables, collapsible sink, and telescoping pole for hanging a lantern. The heat-resistant aluminum counter top holds up to 48 pounds, and is the ideal space for a camp stove or grill. A lower wire rack holds up to 35 pounds for dry good storage. The three fold-out side tables hold 30 pounds each, and have beverage holders, stemware holders, a paper Towel holder, and hooks to hold grilling tools and garbage bags. And the soft-shell sink with a drain collapses easily when the unit is folded up. Easy to open, setup, and close, the GCI Outdoor master portable folding outdoor cook station folds flat for storage, and has convenience carry handles for portability. Outdoor collapsible table measures 22.2 x 70.1 x 68.3 inches open, 21.7 x 5.9 x 34.8 inches folded, and weighs 22.4 pounds. Manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty.

Product Features

  • Portable folding outdoor cook station with counter and storage space for a camping stove or grill, cooking utensils, and cookware
  • One-piece powder-coated steel frame unfolds to reveal an aluminum counter top, storage rack, fold-out side tables, collapsible sink, and lantern pole
  • Heat-resistant aluminum counter top provides space for a camp stove; lower rack for Dry good storage; collapsible softshell sink with drain for dishes
  • Three fold-out side tables hold food/beverages and paper towels, and have hooks for grilling utensils and garbage bags, as well as stem glass holders
  • Folds flat for storage, with carry handles for portability; measures 22.2 x 70.1 x 68.3 inches open, 21.7 x 5.9 x 34.8 inches folded, weighs 22.4 lbs

Comments

Anonymous says:

Perfect balance of portability, speed and functionality I’m super impressed with this thing. I’ve seen a lot of camp kitchens and none of them have been that great unless you want to spend a ton of cash. Either they’re flimsy and made out of junk material, or they’re way too bulky and take too much time to set up. to me this one strikes the right balance of portability, space to work, and features, and it’s so dead simple to set up, it goes from car to completely set up in about 2 minutes. Maybe less. it pretty just unfolds, and you’re done…

Anonymous says:

I recommend – best value for an outdoor work counter. Maximizes features, weight capacity, and workspace vs. portability. Saw this researching other product categories for camping, wasn’t looking and not needing, but caught my interest because of size/functionality for the price. I haven’t used this in the field yet – just in the garage, but can still give honest feedback because I have heavily used other camp tables for dry camping and processing game fish (upto 100 lbs.) on the 4×4 only access beaches of Baja. (I’ll probably add a pic after my next trip) Pros. 1. GCI Customer Service. I contacted them to…

Anonymous says:

You Can Buy With Confidence! I was slightly skeptical when I bought this product as it appeared to be pretty new. however GCI has a very successful kitchen that sells with a good rating that appears to serve as the base for this unit. I bought this when amazon had only a couple 5 star reviews and was just hoping it would be worth the money. My friends it is worth the money. I took it on three trips this season and put it through the ringer. I actually use a 5 gallon jug with pump as a sink on the surface while it is loaded…

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