Camper Trailer Australia — 4 October 2013


1. ROK Espresso Maker

A really good cup of coffee is often seen as a luxury you must do without on your camping trips. But this is not the case.

The ROK Espresso Maker is hand-powered, requiring no electricity or cords. It has no internal parts, making it easy to clean. The makers say this ensures the coffee tastes pure even after thousands of uses.

Simply pour in two shots of hot water, lift the handles, push down gently and watch as rich, pure espresso coffee with crema pours into your cup.

The ROK won’t tip or spill during use and comes with a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty, making this a fantastic way to enjoy real coffee out in the wilderness and the perfect addition to your camper kitchen.

Read more product information.

We used the ROK Espresso Maker on a recent trip to Mungo National Park. Check out this video.

2. 30-Second Kitchen by Piranha

The thirst to unleash your tow tug needn’t leave you parched thanks to this handy 30-second kitchen designed and built by Piranha Off Road.

The kitchen works with your 4WD’s existing Piranha 40L fridge slide, ensuring full
access to your chilled goods. It comes complete with plates, cutlery benchtop space and a burner.

The Aussie-made kitchen is quick and easy to erect, featuring adjustable sturdy legs, and is designed to reclaim the space between the fridge and the side of the car.

Read more product information.

3. Ark Powerpak

Want a quick and easy way to prepare your weekender for getaway, unplugged?

Why not leverage a little extra muscle with the Ark Powerpack, one of the fastest and most cost effective ways to boost your power supply offroad.

The Ark Powerpack converts just about any 12V portable car battery into a self-contained, ready-to-use power source with no expensive installation required. Simply plug your favourite kitchen product into one of two high-current 12V terminals for an instant auxiliary supply of up to 130Ah.

The Ark Powerpack is fitted with its own six-stage smart charger, isolator and Anderson plug for safe and easy charging of your battery on the go.

Read more product information.

4. Twin Grill by Ziegler and Brown

Barbecue season is upon us, and the Ziegler and Brown Twin Grill is here to make sizzling steaks on those summer camping adventures easier than ever. The Twin Grill is portable and durable, with two independently operated stainless steel burners.

You can cook more than just snags — the high dome hood is ideal for roasting and slow cooking, and the external temperature gauge means that you can cook your food to perfection.

The Ziegler and Brown Twin Grill is compact and easy to carry and store making it a perfect addition to your camp kitchen. Better than this, the two removable cast iron cooking grills are dishwasher safe, making cleaning up quick and easy when you return from your camping trip.

Read more product information.

5. Waeco CF-80 single zone fridge / freezer

Separate your catch from your frothies with the Waeco CF-80 single-zone compartment fridge/freezer. The CF-80 single zone delivers 80L of cooling as a freezer or a fridge, depending on your needs.

The Secop (formerly Danfoss) BDF-50 compressor handles input from 12/24V and 240V power sources, drawing an average of 1.8Ah (12V) at an ambient temperature of 32°C, when cooling to 5°C. The Variable Motor Speed Optimisation (VMSO) unique to the CoolFreeze range offers soft-start and automatic turbo technology to improve longevity, quickly achieving and maintaining the desired temperature with little impact on internal componentry.

The Waeco CF-80 suits vehicles with single batteries offering the convenience of a fridge or freezer, without the cost of a dual battery system.The CF-80 single zone also includes three-stage battery protection, a soft touch panel and a secure locking mechanism for when negotiating undulating terrain.

Read more product information.

Investing in a camping fridge? Read our camping fridge guide for more information.

Return to: The Camper Trailer Kitchen Guide.


Adventure Review Camper Trailer Equipment 2013

External Links