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Sea to Summit Kitchen Sink


Price: $19.95 - $74.54
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  • Unique design with stainless steel stiffening ring that prevents the sink from collapsing when full
  • Base is broader than top so it won't tip over in use
  • Fine to use with hot water and detergent
  • Wide webbing carry handles
  • Comes with its own handy storage pouch


Product Description

At last, a portable camp sink that really works! Our sinks are great for collection and carrying of water for purification, cooking, washing dishes or personal bathing. They’re ideal for backpacking or group camping and they make a great gift for the outdoors person who has everything. Now available in a compact 5 Liter size, which holds 1.3 gallons and makes an excellent dog bowl; a 10 Liter (2.6 gallons), and for large groups a 20 Liter size (5.2 gallons).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 2 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001Q3KLP4
  • Item model number: KITCHENSINK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,917 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This sink is very sturdy and works great.
K. Lee
Carrying the water in them was easy for the 100 ft or so I did and they kept their shape as I used them to clean my dishes.
AmazonShopper
I'll give it another try before I declare it a complete failure, but was not happy with it.
bjh97

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By M. Ross VINE VOICE on October 28, 2010
I got this as I transitioned from solo backpacking to family camping trips as children have come into the picture, with the expectation that I would be changing my dishwashing habits due to an increase in volume of dirty dishes. That didn't turn out to be the case. Though the concept really seems cool, and this product is very well made, after using it I have been left to wonder whether this isn't a solution in search of a problem rather than the other way around. Here are my thoughts based on my experience:

* It did not change my washing habits - Like many backpackers, I carry with me into the wilderness an ethic of conservation, both in the sense that I want to leave wilderness much as I found it for future travelers, but also in the sense that when you hike into the back country for days or weeks, you have only those resources that you carry in with you. As such, I didn't find this item as useful as I thought I would. I still just use the pots I used for cooking to also clean up with. I couldn't bring myself to fill this thing up with a ton of water just so I could wash the dishes like I do at home. It's also just one more thing to haul, whether on your back or in your car camping kit.

* It really does work best when full. Being soft-sided, the water inside acts to support the structure, so it'll hold up better when it's more than half-full rather than less. Consider this as there are different sizes: You'll want to get a size that both will fit the stuff you want to wash, but also will hold only as much water as you are willing to put in it. (e.g. It will not work well if you get the largest size and only put a gallon of water in it)

* It is well made and sturdy, and it does not leak.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By CGScammell TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 14, 2010
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I bought this for my three-week hike along the John Muir Trail this past summer. It was a godsend, and for some people, a conversation piece. I used this to wash up with, wash clothes and wash dishes. I never had to worry about a completely level surface as this sink takes on its own shape. So many people were impressed with this thing that they vowed to get one, too.

Working this was easy, too: just open this thing up and scoop it into the creek for five gallons of water at your convenience. The sink then takes on the shape of a long and narrow bag that's easily carried to its destination. Using this keeps the creek water clean and it also allows you to use water where there isn't any water. It's made of a tough material that won't tear easily.

This packs small and weighs very little. I'll never go on another camp-out without it.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 22, 2010
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If you do any camping at all, you soon discover the need for something that holds water. Sometimes it's for washing dishes, other times it's for moving water up to camp so you can filter it, sometimes it's just for washing the dust off your face. It's always for keeping "dirty" water away from otherwise clean water sources, unless you're into making someone else sick or messing up the environment.

Packing a bowl, even a plastic one, is a messy nuisance. Why not pack a collapsible bowl! Well, in the past, collapsible bowls tended to collapse when you didn't want them to. They also didn't collapse that well.

The Kitchen Sink is a different matter. It stubbornly refuses to flop over when full, and yet it packs down into small when empty. It's built bulletproof. I have the 5 liter version, which is perfect for "personal" use either when you're car camping or backpacking.

Remember to use this item responsibly, please! Don't do your dishes in a water source, and toss dirty water far from water sources so the earth can filter it and decompose it. Thanks!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dahlia on January 6, 2011
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It is suggested in the packaging that you use the sink 100 meters away from the fresh water source (assuming it's not a campground spigot.) I received the 20 liter version today and tested it out-- filled it up in the bathtub and pulled it up. For a woman it's a bit of a heavy and awkward load to carry if full. I wouldn't want to walk 100 meters with it. The size is good, though not deep, for washing a camping pot, hand-washables, or even a sponge bath. I'd want a sink to rinse with anyway so this gives me an excuse to buy the 10 liter size. It would make it easier to fill the 20 liter size by doing a couple of runs.

The Sea to Summit sink is so perfectly packable and light it's a natural for backpacking or to use in an earthquake kit.

PS love the green color
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29 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mark Haber on February 18, 2008
Size Name: 5 Liter
We bought that "Little Sink" to reduce our water consumption while camping specifically for washing the dishes. The 1st thing we realized is, that without filling the sink up to its limits, it wouldn't stand properly. The 2nd drawback is that the water spills over the rim as soon as you reach into the water. The old method we used (dish washing in a pot) requires only 1 quart of water and leads to the same result.

Nice idea but ....... it does not work.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Geyer on September 22, 2009
Size Name: 5 Liters Verified Purchase
I have used this product several times and it works great. I was impressed by the small pack size when it is collapsed - perfect for backpacking. It is sturdy and well constructed. It sure beats blow-up sinks and more bulky products.
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