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Dometic GO is the Ultimate Portable Storage Solution for Camping

We’ve all been there, it’s the night before a weekend of camping and you’re throwing bags and the whole kitchen sink into the back of the car in preparation for a peaceful ‘holiday’ in the wilderness. We couldn’t count the number of times a trip has gone from “Wow, this is going to be the best weekend ever” to “Stuff it, we’re not going anywhere.” We all know that preparation is key, but having the right gear can be expensive, and making sure everything works together is often a headache in itself. Thankfully, Aussie favourite Dometic has just released its new Dometic GO series, a range of portable storage solutions for camping that are sure to do away with any packing angst.

Related: Check out these camping hacks designed to MacGyver your way through nature.

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Australians are hitting the great outdoors in record numbers, so it makes sense that they’re looking for the most convenient and secure way to store their belongings on a weekend away. You’ll recognise Dometic as the brand made famous for manufacturing some of the best portable fridge/freezers in the world and now it’s turned its gaze towards storage with a range of quality options, including modular insulated systems and powered faucets designed for water jugs.

Our favourite items from the collection start with the bamboo camping table. Priced at AUD$300, it’s on the affordable end of the spectrum for bamboo camping tables, but its premium construction is an absolute knockout. The table utilises folding aluminium legs, attached via multiple angles, to fit compactly in your vehicle for transport and arrives with three separate heights for multiple outdoor uses (coffee table, kids table, dining/prep).

We love the 20-litre soft storage bags that work as a modular system alongside the insulated GO PACs. These slot inside the soft storage and transform your Portable Soft Storage into a dependable soft cooler bag to keep your drinks and food cold. These are also leak-proof and available in 20-litre and 10-litre sizes.

Finally, it’s hard to go past a clever solution for water storage. The 13 Best Free Camping Spots in Melbourne is 11 litres in capacity and features a Nagalene closure for connecting to the brand’s new powered water faucet. We love the removable webbed carry handles and built-in tie-down guides. In a perfect world, we’d strap a few of these into the tray of our ute for extended remote trips.

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Dometic GO Range

The new Dometic GO Range is available in full via the individual links below.

More information can be found via the link below, stay tuned for pricing updates as the products are released.

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Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Journalist position at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employing a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.