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iFold Camp Cupboard

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If you like to be organised and tidy even when you’re on holiday then the iFold cupboard from Zempire will help keep your gear together when you’re off the grid.  

You can put it up and take it down in minutes so it’s the perfect storage solution for your camp kitchen. Inside the cupboard, there are three solid shelves that can be removed for easy pack up and storage. The zips have a looped piece of plastic cord, so you can easily open the storage area without having to bend down. The door can be rolled away and pinned back for easy access, or zipped up to keep out any curious critters. 

There’s a mesh panel for ventilation, and each side has two easy reach side pockets to store whatever you need for easy access. When not in use, this cupboard fold ups, and has a handle to make it easy to carry to and from the campsite.

  • Easy to clean top
  • Zip mesh doors keep insects out
  • Rust proof metal frame
  • Side storage pockets
  • Three internal shelves
  • Ventilation at rear
  • Carry handle
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Rated Capacity:
30 Kg
External Dimensions:
60L x 52W x 80H cm
Packed Dimensions:
64L x 54W x 10H cm
No. of Shelves:
600D Polyester
Frame Material:
28x28mm Aluminium Tube
11.5 Kg
1 Year

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Can this be used as a table1 answer

Can this be used as a table - Would the top surface support say 20kgs or so to put a large bottle of water or similar.

- Manly, NSW(1 year ago)

G'day Ben, 

The top of the iFold Camp Cupboard has a weight rated capacity of 30kg, so you shouldn't have an issue placing a large bottle of water plus some other gear as long as the total weight doesn't exceed the rating/hang over the edges. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)
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