Portable Kitchen Sink


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The Kitchen Sink is a great accessory for the environmentally conscious camper. Hidden snugly away in a handy carry pouch, it pops out and expands to give you a sink that will hold up to 5 litres of water. The steel rim keeps the sink upright once it's been filled, and the reinforced carry handles will make carrying the water back from the babbling brook 200 yards away less of a chore. Once you've done your dishes it folds up super-easily and slips back into its pouch. At last you can head into the wilds with everything AND the kitchen sink.

  • A lightweight pop-up portable Kitchen Sink that will hold up to 5 litres of water.
  • The sink folds up to be stored in the carry pouch (included).
  • Suitable for use with hot water and detergents.
  • Reinforced handles make it easier to fetch water.
  • The carry pouch can be attached to your belt making it incredibly easy to carry.
  • Completely waterproof (as long as you don't poke holes in it - but then you know that already don't you?).
  • Suitable for ages 12 years +.


  • Pouch: 11 x 11 x 5cm.
  • Sink: 30cm diam (other measurements vary depending on the amount of water used).

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Bought for my camping mad hubby who was delighted with this!

25 August 2012 by


Portable Kitchen Sink

The Portable Kitchen Sink is such a cool gadget. I have used this when I was on holiday staying at a hotel. The only room that was left came with just a bath (no shower). So I used the portable sink to wash my hair over the bath and it worked a treat. One of my better buys.

21 August 2012 by


Not ideal

The size of this Portable Kitchen Sink surprised me. I didn't expect it to be so small packed up. I was unsure that it would actually hold the water but it does. Whilst the metal rim holds it together, the water goes out to the sides, under the rim and beyond the rim. You have to be very careful washing up in it so the water doesn't spill out. As a tip, fill it practically all the way, it holds more than you think and gives you more depth to wash up in.

3 August 2012 by


Great gift idea!

Although definitely not a camper myself, I bought the Portable Kitchen Sink for a friend who is always pitching her tent in random fields and 'embracing the outside'. She recently told me camping wasn't as bad as I thought, that she had everything you would have at home, bar the kitchen sink... hence the purchase. I am sure she will love it! Arrived quickly and is packaged smartly.

12 May 2012 by



This Portable Kitchen Sink is brilliant, small and mighty. Ideal for camping and easy enough to fold back into its small pouch. If you enjoy camping, you should get one!

26 March 2012 by


Great gimmick

Bought this as a joke for my boyfriend who loves camping and generally brings everything with him so I bought him a kitchen sink. He loved it and found it very amusing. He even suggested I get one for my handbag as I generally have everything in there but the kitchen sink.

2 February 2012 by


now you can take the kitchen sink on holiday

The poor thing was used and abused. The kids didn't mind doing the washing up. Lots of trepidation at first; when filling the bowl with water, but if you put the crockery in first, then the water, no problem, even the big dinner plates went in. Didn't know there was a bigger one, but this is just fine

21 September 2010 by


very good buy

Wicked. Light weight. Strong and sturdy and a decent size. does what it says.

5 January 2010 by


Christmas Present

I have bought this for my Partners father, he has a caravan and finds th washing up bowl a little small. I found this in one of the brochures and thought of him.

3 December 2009 by


Fab Idea!

Bought this as a Christmas present for my niece who's going to Africa and T in the Park next year. This will do very nicely on both occasions!

23 November 2009 by


Great gimmic and it actually works

This was purchased as a gimmic presents for my in-laws, they have a caravan with everything, now they even have the kitchen sink.

23 November 2009 by


Fab bit of kit

I purchased the 'kitchen sink' as a gift after my friend bought me one for my birthday. It's a dead cool bit of kit and have shown it off whilst washing my face and hands at festivals! Very quick and easy process for purchasing and receiving. Thanks !

22 October 2009 by


Good but small

Works a treat and packs away easily but I wish I had bought the bigger version

22 October 2009 by


Good idea - not so great in practice

This is a genius idea for camping etc. BUT when it comes to actually using it, it's a bit of a pain. The rim round the top is solid so it stay round, however the rest of it is floppy so you can just fill it, put it on the ground and use it because it collapses and you lose all your water. You need somebody else to hold it up for you, which is a bit pants.

22 October 2009 by

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