Forget lugging about the whole kitchen sink in a tub - instead, pack your crockery into the clever Kitchen Sling from 23Zero.
This sling is constructed from PVC laminated 900D polyester oxford and features a durable 600gsm dimple PVC backing. Pack up 4 mugs, 2 wine glasses, and 6 plates and bowls into the main hanger. Stash cutlery into a separate hanger, boasting 14 pockets and 2 knife holders that can be stowed in the Sling’s main pocket. With the option to hang your tea towel or paper towel for easy access while you cook, packing the hangers is a breeze with quick-release buckles and carry handle. Easily suspend from any roof top tent or awning with a sail track, owed to the 8mm Kedar rope tape that slides straight on.
Organise and access all camp crockery at your campsite, with the genius Kitchen Sling from 23Zero.
PVC laminated 900D polyester oxford
Durable 600gsm dimple PVC backing
Stow up to 6 plates & bowls, 4 mugs with handles and 2 wine glasses
Separate cutlery holder 14 pockets & 2 knife holders which stow in the main pocket
Provision for a tea towel or paper towel
Quick-release buckles and handle for carrying
8mm Kedar rope tape slides onto standard rope track
Main hanger 54W x 5D x 87H cm | Cutlery hanger 48W x 2D x 51H cm
Main hanger 54W x 11D x 11H cm | Cutlery hanger 48W x 7D x 7H cm
can the cutlery roll have clips to roll up separately?
Nic - Doveton, VIC (1 year ago)
The cutlery roll is designed to roll up and pack into the bottom largest pocket on the main kitchen sling. It doesn't have its own clips, but you can easily pick up 1 or 2 small straps to hold it together separately if you prefer.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Can it be folded packed?1 answer
Can you pack this down and store with the essentials in place (thinking cutlery, crockery, cups - not paper towel rolls or other bulky items) thanks
Ammie - Melbourne (2 years ago)
You probably could, but it wouldn't be very secure & would be a bit chunky. It'd be ok if you're packing up and moving every few days, like popping in the back of your car, etc but I'm not sure if you'd want it stored away like that between trips. It'd just be a matter of giving it a go and seeing if it works for you though.