| Topic: AlDI Camping Kitchen Stand
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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