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Subject Topic: Neat Space Savers for Stylish Kitchen Post Reply Post New Topic
Message posted by AdminBob27/4/2012 at 9:26am
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50 Neat Space Savers for Stylish Outdoor Kitchens
Add style to your camping holiday while saving valuable storage space with Outwell®’s new range

The Collaps range uses a sophisticated siliconised rubber material that allows its serving bowls, washing bowl and colanders to fold flat for easy storage.

Find out more and read the full article here



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Message posted by pally27/4/2012 at 9:44am
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Very nice, love the colours. I've picked up folding colanders and bowls from the supermarket before, they were a bit cheaper, but they didn't have a full range which can be a pain if you like things to match.

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Message posted by Bradybunch427/4/2012 at 12:06pm
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I`ve always admired the ones JosefJosef make but not the price tag....might have a need to aquire some of these instead.... but only cos we NEED them

 



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Message posted by RTS527/4/2012 at 12:08pm
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I've been admiring those for a while now. I really should stop listening to my inner banker and buy some

Message posted by dk16827/4/2012 at 12:54pm
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I have been using a collapsable colander and bowl from Lidl's for the past 3 years, and they were a lot cheaper than the Outwell ones!!

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Message posted by KateB197527/4/2012 at 1:47pm
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I saw the washing up bowl a few weeks ago and loved it - was just waiting for payday and will be off to GO to get one this weekend

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Message posted by TraceyD27/4/2012 at 2:08pm
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Bit pricey though! We got a folding collander from B & M's for a couple of pound and also a folding dog bowl for even less!

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Message posted by mkn913927/4/2012 at 2:09pm
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I'm not sure my camp kitchen could be described as stylish but I bought the Outwell colander and small bowl a few weeks back, only been used once so far but they are really good quality.
The washing up bowl looked fab too, but a bit expensive I thought.

Message posted by west187128/4/2012 at 1:24pm
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Found exactly the same colander in Homesense and it cost me £4.99, folds completely flat. You might also find it in TKMax as Homesense sells the same homeware as TKMax just more of it.

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Message posted by AdminBob26/3/2014 at 4:02pm
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Hiya, we have more details on this range now and a chance to win a set of Outwell Collaps products:

50Outwell Collaps Kitchenware Range
The Collaps range uses a sophisticated siliconised rubber material so that it can be folded flat for easy storage – characteristics that make it the perfect choice for use when storage space is at a premium. Find out more and win a set worth over £200

Have you got these? Have you seen them? Would you use them?

Why not let us know what you think.

 



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Message posted by moonstone26/3/2014 at 4:27pm
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i think they're a great idea if you can afford to spend the money on them...i'm all for trying to save a little space whilst packing for a trip, but unless i found these in a sale i'd have to try and source a cheaper option elsewhere...i simply couldn't justify the cost as it stands right now...

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Message posted by Mucker188426/3/2014 at 6:58pm
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Muckerette picked up the kettle, in the garish green, from the NEC. Not used it yet. We tend to shove all the mashing gear in our washing up bowl, for transporting to site, then in to a laundry mesh bag thing* to keep it all together. Leave the lot easily accesible, so once the tent is up, and we have the cooker set up, it's cuppa time, without ferking around. The theory is, this kettle will fit easier into the washing up bowl, alongside two mugs and tea bags etc, as our current kettle is a full size jobby.
I'm sure the fit will be great... just need to find out if silicon coffee tastes ok!!


*The laundry mesh bag(s) gets used for carrying our newly washed pots back to the tent... and then gets hung up on a pole for the pots to dry!

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Message posted by chrisandsandra26/3/2014 at 7:58pm
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I've already got a collander, washing up bowl, funnel and kettle in the van and have just bought a bucket, though this has yet to be used in anger.

They are not all Outwell but they all work remarkably well. Their main advantage is that they take up so little space in the van, leaving more room for the booze, plus they don't rattle, though the booze does.

Message posted by RTS527/3/2014 at 4:03pm
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I did eventually buy a kettle last year, but only because it was on offer in Halfords. It isn't as big as our other kettle, and you have to make sure you don't fill it above the metal onto the silicon as you get a horrid taste. Other than that it is a great little kettle. It is good for a quick weekend away, or if you are going on a day trip and want to be able to make a brew.

I saw the new red colour in Cotswold Outdoors the other day, and have to say it is much better than the florescent green.   

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So long as they don't attempt a collapsible loo...

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I HAVE THE WASHING UP BOWL AND IT IS FAB, I USE IT AT HOME AS WELL AS ITS FITS PERFECTLY UNDER THE KITCHEN SINK AND DOSNT TAKE UP TO MUCH SPACE, WOULD LOVE TO ADD TO THE COLLECTION


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