Seattle Sports Square Pack Sink
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- 3.5 gallon capacity
- Unique shape makes cleaning larger items simple
- Folds flat for easy out of the way storage
- Waterproof rugged vinyl
- Carry handles
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|Item Dimensions||6.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.75 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.14 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Original Review from 2009:
This is the best sink for car camping. I use two of them, one for wash, one for rinse and they work great. I've had them for years and so far they've held up without any problems. They're rigid enough to remain useful and not flop over. They're tough enough for hot water and big enough to wash a 10" pot. (I car camp with the GSI Bugaboo Pots) The Seattle Sports sinks are light enough and pack up easy. You could take one backpacking, but I think they're more suited for car camping.Read more ›
Sadly, it is clear from the reviews that almost no one can improvise how to make this sink work...so let me explain:
I love my Seattle Sports bucket and sink...they are collapsable, solid, dependable and very portable. They also DO NOT stand up on their own well. Not in the real world. So, if you are like me, at a public or national park, camping a lot, you have some form of over-built picnic table nearby. Just set your Sink down on the table...now, go find three sticks in the woods...they need to be about as big around as your thumb, and about three feet long. Tie them together on one end, like you are making a TeePee...and run two of the legs through the handles...one through each end, putting the third leg on the outside, to the back of the sink. Use two more little six-inch strings to tie each handle to its respective stick...and fill your sink with water. If you used your sink to actually go get the water, then have your TeePee prepared already, and be careful running the legs through the handles and lashing them down.
Seriously...you can't ask for a better design in a collapsable sink. Yes, it would probably be great if Seattle Sports provided a wire-formed 'Teepee' to use, instead of having to get three sticks to make it...but hey, you ARE camping, and it isn't rocket science to realize you have to hold up the sides...
The canvas is rubber-coated, solid, good quality...it holds water...it doesn't leak...and it folds up to store in a small space without requiring a pickup truck to pack your gear.
By the way...their folding and roll-up buckets are even better! I keep a 2-gallon one in my pack at ALL TIMES!
We used this sink to wash the dishes and another to rinse.
He stood up to everything that was promised and I would highly recommend this product.
It did not collapse or leak and was extremely easy to fold and store
We got two of these, for washing and rinsing, and they worked fairly well. A couple of times we had to prop up one side from falling down a bit.
They look to be constructed well, and should last for a while.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Collapsed on me. Ended up using it to hold dirty dishes or dry dishes while camping but not to wash inPublished 26 days ago by Mollie
We have had a Seattle Sports pack sink for years. We love it! It folds up beautifully for storage, is heavy duty, and makes our camping life so much easier. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sassy
I didn't read dimensions before ordering. This was much smaller than I anticipated. Quality is good; I'm sure I'll find a use for it.Published 5 months ago by Karen E. Heflin
I just took this camping & it is a little small (not that you can't get a bigger one) but it also caves a little & drools out the sides if you don't have a VERY level surface to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by kelly m condon
We used this on a recent BWCAW trip. We washed most of our dishes in it using hot water. Worked fine, maybe could have been a little bigger. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Timothy R Smieja