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3 Shelf Deluxe Double Cupboard


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Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

You can’t always pack light, sometimes you do need a few pieces of gear that help you organise your site – especially with a big group of people. A portable, and compact storage solution that won’t take you eons to assemble is the Deluxe Folding 3 Shelf Double Cupboard.

Your camp kitchen isn’t complete without something to prepare meals on, and keep all your kitchenware organised. The sturdy aluminium frame is lightweight, so it will perform really well in an outdoor setting. With sturdy, yet lightweight MDF shelves for organising your kitchen gear, shelf supports you’ll have plenty of support for your stuff when you store it away.

Each side has a mesh pocket which you can store smaller, more important items – so you’re less likely to lose your gear when you’re out in the elements.The 3 Shelf Double Cupboard provides a storage solution that enables you to store away all your gear for longer trips.

  • Portable
  • 8kg shelf weight rating
  • Easy to assemble
  • Side mesh pockets for extra storage
  • Shelf supports sewn in for increased shelf weight capacity
  • Packs flat
  • Carry bag included
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Rated Capacity:
15 Kg Top | 8Kg per Shelf
External Dimensions:
110L x 53W x 90H cm
Packed Dimensions:
110L x 56W x 7H cm
No. of Shelves:
300D Polyester | Laminated MDF Shelves
Frame Material:
9.5 Kg
1 Year

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How does this compar to the zempire version1 answer

They look almost identical and very similar in sale price (though not RRP) are they similar in comparison construction and quality?

- Marmion (9 months ago)

G'day Katie, 

While the Oztrail 3 Shelf Deluxe Double Cupboard and the Zempire iCupboard do look similar - there are a few key differences. 

I would say that the Zempire iCupboard is going to be a more hardwearing product as it’s made from 600D material vs 300D for the Oztrail. It’s also got higher rated shelves at 20kg compared to the Oztrail at 8kg, and has a steel frame which is sturdier than aluminium which is what the Oztrail is made of. 

Both are good units, but the Zempire is definitely going to be the stronger option if I had to pick between the two. 

- Snowys(9 months ago)