Camping gear review: Outwell Margate kitchen storage box
If you were one of the many campers who loved Outwell’s Kitchen Storer when it launched a few years back, then this will be right up your street.
The Storer was one of the most popular and sought-after camping products of recent years. It was a simple concept – a rugged, fabric bag, with numerous pockets and dividers, designed to carry and store kitchen gear.
But it struck a chord with campers and when it was discontinued after a short period of time, it gained almost mythical status among Outwell aficionados.
Now it’s back… sort of. The new Margate Kitchen is a similar idea, with a few design tweaks. It doesn’t have the removable waterproof section for carrying dishes to the washing-up sink, for example.
But there’s plenty more to make organising your kitchen kit easier – four external fabric pockets, another three made out of mesh, a large zipped pocket on the outside, a zip-top lid and two removable internal dividing walls.
There’s enough space in here to hold a dining set for four, cups and tumblers, cutlery, a couple of collapsible pans and a kettle. And the storage pockets are ideal for cooking utensils and other kitchen accoutrements.
The lining is easy to wipe clean and it all folds flat for easy storage when not in use.