VIDEO: Clever kitchen designs in the Swift Challenger SE

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The Swift Challenger SE has a redesigned kitchen area

VIDEO: Clever kitchen designs in the Swift Challenger SE

The Swift Challenger SE has a redesigned kitchen area
The Swift Challenger SE has a redesigned kitchen area

Friday, 22, Feb 2013 04:38

by Chris Jefferies

For many, the kitchen area is the most important part of any caravan - not only does it allow you to cook up a hearty meal, but it needs to be large enough to store all your pots and pans, and more besides.

In this video, we catch up with Chris Millburn, Design Director at Swift Group, to take a look at the tweaks that he has made to the new Swift Challenger SE / Sterling Eccles SE range.

For full details on costs, layout options, weights and dimensions, all of the technical details can be seen here.

He explains why Swift has fitted a kitchen splashback and a second cutlery drawer, before talking us through the benefits of a dual-fuel hob.

We also take a closer look at the new Dometic fridge, which features a removable freezer section - so you can choose whether you want to use it not.

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