Tiawudi 2 Pack Collapsible Sink with 2.25 Gal / 8.5L Each Wash Basin for Washing Dishes, Camping, Hiking and Home Sports & Outdoors
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BPA FREE and GREAT VALUE: Our collapsible sink is in thermoplastic rubber (TPR) construction that is BPA free and dishwasher safe. You only need to pay 1 but get TWO. Great value. With different color, you can distinguish which one is which easily. Imagine you are camping, you can use one to wash dishes, the other is to put clean dishes. VERSATILITY: This collapsible bin is perfect for indoor or outdoor use. It can be used as a wash basin for dishes or hands, ice bucket for drinks, storage container for your items for camping, hiking, boating, and more! DURABLE: Sturdy, plastic rim and base provide for additional stability. Dual carrying handles make it easy to move when filled. FOLDABLE and SPACE-SAVING – This unique portable pop-up design is suitable to to keep in your home, garage, or packed in the car with your camping gear. Dimensions: 15.2? L x 11.4? W x 5.9? H, Collapsed: 2? H. 8.5 L capacity. LIFETIME GUARANTEE: We are so confident in the quality of our collapsible sink that we offer you a lifetime guarantee. Reach out to us if there?s ever anything you need; we are dedicated to your satisfaction.
11 reviews for Tiawudi 2 Pack Collapsible Sink with 2.25 Gal / 8.5L Each Wash Basin for Washing Dishes, Camping, Hiking and Home Sports & Outdoors
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Serena SerassioSerena Serassio –
These are perfect for doing dishes while boondocking!!! We save a lot of space in our grey water tank by doing dishes outside. We love that they don’t take up much space in our camper, but also provide an easy way to do dishes. This is a must have for everyone with a camper!
Nice to be able to fold it up and lay it on its side in the sink so a tub is not always sitting there filling up with the stuff we all should just throw in the dishwasher or just clean up then and there? I really do like that it folds up so easy and you can also use at different heights in case you just need the first few inched to get some suds, clean a few things and put away. We are bringing one of these to our condo in Maui that has a deep single sink that will work perfect! Neat design.
I bought these because my friend has collapsible cups for camping and I thought they were pretty cool and might be useful. I am actually amazed on how much I use them. For $11 each I think it’s a bargain I can soak my feat in epson salt with them (i weight 220 lbs). I wash a lot of my work out clothes in them i do jiujitsu and the washing machine just doesn’t get rid of the sweat smell, with these I can soak them in detergent and baking soda. Also whenever you need a bucket a water it’s very portable and sturdy. Might buy more if these ever break. Probably one of the most useful things randomly recommended to me by Amazon.
It works great for carrying things, it is slim when folded down and of course it works great at being a wash bin for cleaning things! it is useful for working in the garden! Super handy!Haven’t used it for camping yet but assuming it will work just fine!
Sarah Alicea –
I love the convenience of this product! It works well and is collapsible which helps in packing and storing. The material seems durable and I have had no troubles with it at all. A great deal for something that will make camping easier!
Bought these for a recent camping trip. Very lightweight and worked very well. I will be tempted to use them for other things, now that I have them. I love space-saving tools like this.The silicone seemed a bit thin, so I am not sure how well they will hold up. I did note the directions they provide. You are to “see-saw” them open, one end at a time, rather than just push the bottom straight down. I suspect following those instructions will extend their life.I like the fun colors. Very satisfied with my purchase.
I felt a little hesitant at ordering these because in practice, they weren’t really a necessity. I got them after thinking about washing up after group of 24 of us who went camping over Thanksgiving, after every meal, and having to do it in under 40F temperatures. I hate using paper plates and cutlery—I think they’re such a waste, and with a group as big as ours, I just knew it would amount to a huge waste. Luckily I googled, and discovered the most efficient camp washing technique: it involves four tubs, one filled with hot soapy water, and the next with rinse water, the third with water with a Steramine (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000W09SF6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) tablet dissolved in it, and the fourth, a place to put your clean dishes. Apparently this is the way some restaurants do their massive loads of dishes. Buying four cost about $50, but they’ll be a mainstay for all our trips from now on. And they can be used for a bunch of other things, including at the grocery store, or soccer games. My favorite thing was how easy they are to tote from the water faucet, and they keep water pretty warm, too. They are sturdy and just large enough to hold lots of plates. But light and collapsible, so they don’t take up any room.
Adam F. –
I was actually surprised how well built these were for the price. two for the price of one name brand. sturdy works fine. i was skeptical if the handles would hold 2.5 gallons of water until they arrived. these are not cheaply made great quality.
T. Williamson –
I am very pleased with these collapsible sinks/baskets. They fit perfectly on the shelf of our Coleman camping kitchen and they were easy to use. The handle made it a lot easier to wash fruit vs a round colander.
I currently live in a tiny home with a small bathroom sink but still need to install my kitchen sink etc.. These have been perfect to wash, dry and transport dishes! I’ll probably even be using them for foraging and farm harvesting from the garden. Thank you for these functional and foldable sinks they’re perfect for an active minimalist! I’ve really enjoyed them on the permaculture property/ food forest with tiny home I’m staying at the moment. They’ve made life and chores more pleasurable and efficient. I’m sure they’d even be great for a farmer’s market day trip.