What’s in the Box? An Entire Campsite Kitchen.

Three tables. Two stoves. Everything but the sink — literally.

December 6, 2017 9:00 am

A place for everything, everything in its place.

A maxim easy to apply to the home, but difficult to achieve on the road. 

Yes, difficult — but not impossible — especially if you back EatOut on Kickstarter. An all-in-one cooking system that includes two gas stoves and three tables with hidden storage space for dishes, utensils, cookware and groceries, the EatOut is a camp kitchen in a box.

Made from aluminum and furniture-grade birch plywood, the EatOut has enogh seating for at least four people. The table itself features waterproof UV-coating for both durability and easy cleaning.

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Available in either the 51-liter Expedition model or 37-liter Excursion model, the EatOut can be delivered with an LED lantern that hangs from a telescopic aluminum stand for an extra fee. Both models weigh less than 20 pounds and can fit in the trunk of your car or back of your closet. What’s more: the folding suitcase-style system comes with removable wheels for easy towing and storage.

The funding options vary, but the Expedition starts at $234 and the Excursion begins at $220.

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