First, it wants you to sleep on your car’s roof, away from the creepy crawlies and now, iKamper wants you enjoy a hearty meal without bringing loads after loads of gears. Meet iKamper EatOut, a revolutionary outdoor kitchen-in-a-box. Now, we wouldn’t use ‘revolutionary’ frivolously. It really is revolutionary because, you can now enjoy eating in the great wilderness (or park) as if you were at home, well, but in a somewhat shrunk down proportion.
A complete EatOutTM setup boasts a kitchen utensil rack, a main storage area/table, a pair of gas windproof gas stoves, two additional tables and a telescopic light stand for hanging the waterproof, rugged bright LED light, so when the sun goes down, the cooking and eating doesn’t. All these need-to-have features for a comfortable outdoor cooking experience are contained inside a powder-coated aluminum box that goes right into an automobile’s trunk easily.
Two models are being offered: The Expedition that measures 15.9 x 15.9 x 12.2 inches (40.5 x 40.5 x 31 cm) and a smaller Excursion coming in at 14.5 x 14.5 x 10.6 inches (37 x 37 x 27 cm). The larger model offers. 13.4 gallons (or 50.8 liters) of usable storage space for your food, condiments, utensils and whatnot while the smaller Excursion has 9.8 gallons, or about 37 liters. When not loaded, the Expedition weighs just 19.8 lbs (9 kilograms) and the Excursion, 15.4 lbs (7 kilograms).
Regardless of the model, EatOut comes standard with wheels and an integrated retractable handle for easy tow-along. The base price for super early bird for the Excursion on Kickstarter is $185 and the Expedition goes for $199. But you will want to grab all the options, which includes the light stand, the LED light, a soft cooler, and a utensil rack, to make your outdoor cooking experience truly complete and for that, it will run you back at $385 and $391 for the small and big model, respectively.
However, those are super early bird pricing. If you miss it, you are looking a tad more. That being said, you will want to act fast because, at the time of this writing, not many units are left in the ‘super early bird’ perk. Check out the pitch video to learn more.
Images courtesy of iKamper.
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