DIY Kitchenttes and sinks - plug and play

slamit

www.cacampervan.com
Ultra compact super light weight kitchenettes and sinks. No assembly, bolt in, 12v cigarette lighter for power. Fits anywhere in Sprinter van. Plug and play. ~27" high X 16" deep x 29" wide $1400-1650

For the DIYer or for ultra compact solution requiring very little to install

Pick up only. San Diego CA

PM for more details. www.cacampervan.com

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sassmatt72

2006 low top 10 pass
Re: DIY Kitchenttes and sinks - plug and ply

Wow those look super nice, now if only I haddn't already made mine.... (at about the same end cost, and not as nice looking)....
cudos on a good design.
 

slamit

www.cacampervan.com
Re: DIY Kitchenttes and sinks - plug and ply

Wow those look super nice, now if only I haddn't already made mine.... (at about the same end cost, and not as nice looking)....
cudos on a good design.
I know...it usually costs around 3-4k to build one of these really nice...and they are not as compact, light, bolt in/out, and modular. Having said that they are "mini" versions of larger kitchenettes, and they are different...this is ideal for the DIY person or a passenger/crew van where they are trying to squeeze one of these inside with the seat...this is the only way.
 

dynaco1

Member
A 36" tall version for Sprinters would be nice. I hate to hunch over a counter while cooking or brushing teeth. A plain top version for food prep and space for a microwave below?
 

slamit

www.cacampervan.com
A 36" tall version for Sprinters would be nice. I hate to hunch over a counter while cooking or brushing teeth. A plain top version for food prep and space for a microwave below?
It is what it is if you get my drift. :thumbup: its a mini kitchenette or sink...its not intended to compete with the $4000 custom kitchenettes or the $2500 sinks nor it it the same. Its super light so you can bolt it down to the floor...can't do that on a custom cabinet, but it is small for sure...it fits that need when its applicable very well. Its a fully assembled unit for tight spaces. Gotta keep the perspective in what it is...that is why custom stuff is custom...two totally different things. This is very specific for a particular application and customer, there is a reason its more affordable than alternatives. The lower height is nice when you have to fit it under a bed panel...
 

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