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Message posted by Julieanddoods on 14/6/2013 at 12:43pm
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HI folks
I have just been to Aldi and purchased the Kitchen Rack has anyone else bought it? IT cost 19.99?

If so what do you think?

They are selling quite a bit of camping gear at the moment!

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Bought one several years ago, it's ok. We stopped using it due to a lack of space in the car, although now we've got the roof rack we could use it again if I hadn't have given to a friend to use on her allotment.

You do need to peg it down well, otherwise it's a little unstable. Essential if on rough ground or have small children.

For the money they're pretty good.

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We got one from Aldi when we first started camping, but like giggles says, it needs pegging down as it is a bit wobbly.

Used it quite a few times though, but have now got a stand with shelves and work area.

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Message posted by Julieanddoods on 15/6/2013 at 6:13pm
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Thanks for your replies folks. I have given in and taken it back! I think I will get something a bit more sturdier as I have three dogs, they could easily knock it over!

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Message posted by bexamy on 15/6/2013 at 6:22pm
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We brought one last year we took it back as it did not sit level, we looked at the other in the shop and stood them up and we're all on the p**s .

Message posted by dk168 on 15/6/2013 at 9:25pm
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The link does not work for me, however, if it is the 3-shelf concertina one that I am thinking of, then I bought one and it served me well for 3 seasons until one of the nuts that held it in place broke.

It did need levelling from time to time, however, the pitch condition has much to do with its stability than its design, hence I carried rubber doorstops for levelling purposes.

I still use the rubber doorstops from time to time with my current Kampa Sergeant camp kitchen.

Good thing about the Aldi kitchen was that it came with its own case.

My concertina kitchen was not the easiest to put up, and I had experienced a number of trapped fingers in the past.

However, it was good value for money as a starter kitchen.

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I have exactly the same one bought from go-outdoors.
As has already been said a little unstable and the worksurface section/heat guard are loose from the main section. I just cable tie them together when setting it up which also makes it a bit more stable.
i also use min with instant bbq's outside as it is metal it is ideal and saves all that bending down..!
I think they are ok for the money.

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