VanDweller Community Forums
....just found this kitchen. Aesthetic win. - Printable Version

+- VanDweller Community Forums (https://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums)
+-- Forum: Life On The Road (https://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?fid=38)
+--- Forum: Food & Cooking (https://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?fid=10)
+--- Thread: ....just found this kitchen. Aesthetic win. (/showthread.php?tid=711)

Pages: 1 2


- beemerchef - 10-15-2011

<P>
Cherry Wrote:http://www.kitchoo.com/collection-kitchens-mini-kitchens-compact-bathrooms/cuisine-k1-simple-mini-kitchen-kitchenette/<BR><BR>Go ahead lookit the price, heh I dare ya.<BR><BR>
</P><br>I cannot find the price but according to the blablabla Awards it has received... let's say... $5000?<br>


- gipsyweaver - 10-16-2011

Took me quite a while to spot it, but it's 5390 Euros, which is about $7500 US I think.Ouch! But "unfurnished" in Europe often means the kitchen has no cabinets or appliances or even a sink sometimes, so I can see where there'd be a market for them with mobile people who have some money.<br>


- cyndi - 10-16-2011

<P><EM>"Of course on their site it does say "not recommended for a stove stop"...<BR></EM><BR>I did cook on mine with a coleman stove... again, mine was probably 20 years old when it got stolen, so it could have been made differently. But it does have the wire siderack that would be safe for cooking, although with dogs and kids around I'd be real careful as&nbsp;that part of the unit&nbsp;wasn't the sturdiest. </P><P><EM>"They look like a happy couple... <IMG border=0 align=absMiddle src="http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/images/boards/smilies/biggrin.gif">"</EM><BR>Of course they're happy, they're camping and drinking perked coffee!!!<BR></P>


- simply lesa - 10-16-2011

GSI Outdoors has one of these too - you add a couple collapseable water containers and you can even pump water in the sink... its been on my wish list <img border="0" align="absmiddle" src="http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/images/boards/smilies/smile.gif">&nbsp;for a while now.... darn I should have bought it and taken it to Costa Rica it would have saved me a lot of time, money and energy on building a kitchen I no longer own!....&nbsp;<img border="0" align="absmiddle" src="http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/images/boards/smilies/frown.gif"><div><br></div><div><a href="http://www.gsioutdoors.com/products/pdp/camp_gourmet_kitchen/basecamp/" target="_blank">http://www.gsioutdoors.com/products/pdp/camp_gourmet_kitchen/basecamp/</a></div>


- djpandemic - 10-16-2011

I have a camp stove holder stand that I bought at wallyworld. It works fine if a little rickety. It has a mesh shelf under the stove stand, a tower with a hook for a lantern and another for a roll of paper towels. The kitchen I posted above was more for a design idea.&nbsp;


- djpandemic - 10-16-2011

<div><br></div><div><br></div><img src="http://www.kitchenlav.com/Original%20Photos/Avanti/Kitchenettes/Avanti-CK30.jpg">


- djpandemic - 10-16-2011

The problem with these are are the fact that they run on 110v. For van living we need 12v and propane. Might work for my new tiny cabin though......


- simply lesa - 10-16-2011

Where's your cabin cause a neighbor who had a yard sale last week has one in his garage...doesn't want too much - in PA