This little kitchen is an absolute ripper! Fits in the back of most vehicles
- Height: 290mm
- Length: 900 mm
- Width: 480 mm
- Weight: 19 kgs
The DCB can hold a single burner stove, billies, plates cups etc for two to four people. It comes with a plastic wash tub. It’s very light, and easy to set up. it can be accessed while still in the vehicle, or lifted out and set up anywhere as a camping kitchen, using the unique Drifta designed folding bench and leg system. It is lined with ‘bootliner’ carpet, to match in with existing draw systems. If you’re going away for the day, the night, or the weekend, just chuck in the DCB. Once you’ve used it, you won’t leave home without it again.
Your DCB comes with :
- Freestanding legs
- 3 x drawers
- Plasic wash tub
- fold over bench space
- Hand water pump and 1 m hose
DCB IN AMERICA
Here we are camping in Oregan. We had the best camping setup in the whole of the states… an oztent, oztent chairs, a D2DWT (drifta two drawer with table) in the back of the truck, and a SD DCB. can’t get better than that! we had just been to a camping show in a place called Ellensburg, in Washington state, north west area, selling our drifta’s… some of the americans complained that the DCB was too heavy to lift in the truck.. I’ve never had this problem in Australia, so I took this photo to show them, that if they can’t lift it themselves, they can get their missus to do it for them! 🙂 this is a fully loaded DCB. anyway, there is always two of you, so it’s not a big deal. only two problems camping in NW USA, bears, and bloody yobbos… everywhere.. fairdinkum, no wonder they all camp in motor homes..
The DCB sits in the back of your vehicle, on top of existing drawers, or as one. The front draw compartment can be accessed while its still in the back. If you have other gear inside, you wont be able to access the two front drawers, as they pull out from the side. Although, the DCB can be incorporated onto a draw slide, much like a fridge slide, so it can be pulled right out, and you can access the front drawers also.
Shown here, the front draw, which is designed to hold up to two single burner stoves. We have stayed away from fitting 2 and 3 burner standard stoves, as then you need a gas bottle, which a lot of people dont want to carry. So you can store 2 x single burner butane stoves(similar then to a two burner stove ). These are stored in the back of the front draw. For a quick stop, these can be lifted out to be used.
The DCB can then be lifted out and set up anywhere on its freestanding leg system, the same as I have on my trailer kitchens. They fold down from underneath, are fully adjustable and very sturdy. Then the lid swings over and forms the extra benchspace, and is again supported by a leg, which is attached to the LHS when folded up ( you can just make this out is the top right photo )
It then gives you 1600 mm of laminated , nice and high bench space. You can see the two smaller drawers , the top one is a cutlery draw, and underneath is a draw which holds a plastic wash up tub, that can be lifted out. We can incorporate a hand pump on the fold out section, but many 4WDs have a water tank or similar, so this may not be necessary for everyone.