- "The electric camel? An exercise device. They say it's good for the liver. I wouldn't know."
- —John Smethells.
The electric camel was an exercise riding machine in the Gymnasium that mimicked the gait of a camel. At half past nine, 14 April 1912, Penny Pringle sends Carlson a note through Smethells telling him to meet her by the electric camel as soon as possible.
|Objects on the RMS Titanic|
|Main Objects||Lambeth Diamonds | Notebook | Painting | Rubaiyat|
|Others||Antidote | Barbicon's Safe | Binoculars | Boat Pass | Car Keys | Cargo Manifest | Carlson's Trunk | Conkling's Letter | Cryptograph | Cufflink | Electric Camel | Gas Pen | Gramophone | Map | Package | Photographs | Prayer Card | Punching Bag | Satchel | Ring | Shawl | Secret Report | Steamer Trunk Key | Telegrams | Water Gauge | Zeitel's Bomb|