On an extended trip, you can’t just pile all your gear into your tent and hope for the best. Get a proper storage solution for your stuff with help from the Camper Cupboard from Oztent.
Whether you need to stash toys for the kids, kitchen gear, or food away from prying wildlife – this cupboard will have you covered. This easy to set up and pack away cupboard has a rustproof aluminium frame, with a 600D polyester outer and a laminated resin bench top. It also has three shelves for storing your gear, with pockets to stash anything as well dedicated compartments to store four wine bottles.
This cupboard packs down compactly into its included carry bag which makes it easy to transport in your vehicle. Keep your outdoor living or kitchen area organised with the reliable and robust Camper Cupboard from Oztent.
Hi, it seems the netting at the front wouldn't be possum proof, so would have thought they'd have an option for a door made of the same material as the rest. What's your thoughts please? Thanks
Mark - 2093(1 year ago)
It's hard to know really, but I don't think the mesh will be possum proof, if they're really hungry they'll chew through anything to get to the right type of food. I'm not entirely sure why the front door on the cupboards is mesh, however this seems to be the standard across most of the brands - maybe so condensation doesn't build up?
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Custom design? Camper cupboard1 answer
Can you supply this cupboard without the wine rack, and removable shelves. If so at what price? Thank you.
Andrej - Kendenup 6324(2 years ago)
This isn't something we can do sorry, Andrej. We don't manufacture the products, and even our supplier is highly unlikely to create a one-off version of something that is mass-produced. I guess you could always cut out the bits you don't need, but I can't guarantee that won't impact the structural stability of the cupboard.
Sorry we couldn't be of help.
Ben - Snowys(2 years ago)
Top weight rating1 answer
How much weight can be put on the top ? ie. could you sit a small microwave or similar on top...
Jason - 2335(3 years ago)
That's an awesome question. I've just been in touch with OZtent who have advised 30kg load limit for the top, and 20kg for the shelves. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(3 years ago)
What are the internal dimensions on the shelves?1 answer
What are the internal dimensions on the shelves?
Matt - Redlynch(3 years ago)
Each of the 3 shelves measures 475mm x 387mm. Hope that works for you mate :)
Alexandra - Snowys(3 years ago)
Different models?2 answers
In your pictures (and others on different websites) it looks like in one you unzip to the right and another you unzip to the left. Also looks like on way you get a cover you can roll back and tie and if you unzip the other way you don’t get that. Are there different models?
Simon - Perth(3 years ago)
Thanks for getting in touch, the model we have has a zipper that starts at the top left and travels to the right. This can be rolled back and secured on the left-hand side with velcro. If you check out our product video you'll see the model we have. I think someone in the graphics team has flipped the image at some point and confused everyone!
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Hi there we just bought 2...they both unzip from the top right all the way down to the bottom right when looking at the front of the cupboard.You roll back the door to the right hand side as per picture on the box also.
Kiz - Adelaide(3 years ago)
Hi, do the orange locks on the vertical legs make the top work surface any more stable when compared to the Zempire Eco Fold version ?
steve - calamvale(4 years ago)
The Oztent Camper Cupboard does have the locks on the legs. I've just had a little play with our display model and they are fairly similar to the Zempire Eco Fold when they are set up.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Use of top for stove1 answer
Is it okay to use the top of the cupboard to cook with a stove or Weber Q ?
Simon - Mt Lawley(4 years ago)
I probably wouldn't recommend using the top of the Oztent Camper Cupboard for your stove or Weber. Because it's a laminated aluminium, I'd be worried that the heat would ruin the laminate.