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Kitchen Sink

$22.95
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BEST USE: Backpacking & Camping

DIMENSIONS: 9 x 11 inches

PACKED SIZE: 4.5 x 1.75 inches

WEIGHT: 3.5 oz | 98g

Description

The Kitchen Sink is a portable collapsible camp sink that stands on its own when filled—its broad base and stainless-steel ring ensures that it won’t collapse when full.

A versatile addition to your camp essentials, it's great for collec...

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Kitchen Sink
Kitchen Sink
$22.95
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Description

The Kitchen Sink is a portable collapsible camp sink that stands on its own when filled—its broad base and stainless-steel ring ensures that it won’t collapse when full.

A versatile addition to your camp essentials, it's great for collecting and carrying water for purification and cooking, or washing dishes or personal bathing. It's also ideal for backpacking or group camping - and could even make a great gift for those tricky outdoors people that seem to have everything but the kitchen sink!

Features

  • Stainless steel stiffening ring that prevents the sink from collapsing when full
  • The base is broader than the top so it won't tip over
  • Fine to use with hot water (up to 140°F / 60°C) and detergent
  • Fully taped seams
  • Wide webbing carry handles
  • Comes with a zippered storage pouch with drain hole

Technical Features

70D WATERPROOF FABRIC - TOUGH & PLIABLE
PVC FREE
BPA FREE
LEAVE NO TRACE

Tech specs

  • Best Use
    Camping, Backpacking
  • Comes With
    Zippered storage pouch
5 Liter10 liter20 liter

Frequently Asked questions

Is it easy to repair?

Yes. This bucket is made with super durable fabric; however, if a pinhole puncture occurs, it can be repaired with Gear Aid Seam Grip + WP.

Will this sink work when it's not full?

The sink does need to be at least 4/5ths full of water to stand up by itself.

Can it be used with bleach?

No. Bleach (even in mild concentrations) will damage the polyurethane coating and Nylon fabric and should not be used.

Can it be used with boiling water?

No. Water hotter than 140°F / 60°C will likely damage the seam tape.

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