Buckets and Sinks

Brands

Sea to Summit
Seattle Sports
Granite Gear
Byer
Fjallraven
NRS
L.L.Bean
Kelty

Price

less than $25
$25 and above

Recent Bucket/Sink Reviews

Sea to Summit Folding Bucket

rated 5 of 5 stars No more going down to the creek over and over to fill your bottles. Use this bucket to prolong the life of your filter. I paid full price for this bucket and I haven't been sorry one single time. You can probably find it on sale if you look long and hard enough and that would only make a great product even better. Okay, I have no complaints about the Sea to Summit bucket, including the primary one of most reviewers that it won't stand up on its own. It's a collapsible bucket made out of cloth so… Full review

Sea to Summit The Kitchen Sink

rated 5 of 5 stars A fold-up 5 gallon bucket for about 9 ounces! The 20 liter sink and a .4-1 Liter scoop make for a full bath. (You can bathe with water that is not potable. However, take care to keep the water out of your ears when rinsing your hair.)  If you have long hair, a refill of the sink will be needed for a full shower.   Full review

Sea to Summit Folding Bucket

rated 4 of 5 stars Add some convenience to your trip by filtering water from camp. This piece of gear will help you do that. Every now and then, you seem to run across a piece of gear that makes you wish you would have thought of that. Well, that piece of gear for me was the Sea-to Summit Folding Bucket. How many times have you sat on a river or lake bank to pump water into your water bladder or 1L bottle? This piece of gear eliminates all that. The Sea To Summit folding bucket holds 10 Liters of water from which… Full review

Sea to Summit The Kitchen Sink

rated 5 of 5 stars Stable, high capacity, high compressibility. I recommend two of these for an extended trip. This sink is a great addition to an extended trip pack. It's not really a fast and light item, but if you backpack in comfort then definitely bring it. It holds enough water to take a bath, do dishes, filter lots of water, or make LOTS of dinner.   I like how it bows out at the bottom, this greatly increases stability. Large top makes it easy to scoop water in and out of it, but watch out for fire embers… Full review

Sea to Summit The Kitchen Sink

rated 3 of 5 stars Excellent choice for the backpacker, replace large tub you used when car camping. Folds up into small size. Neat rubberized lining really does hold water! Sea to Summit brand kitchen sink is an excellent choice for your backpacking experience. There are multiple sizes available. I used the five liter version. This was plenty when I cooked meals that required multiple pans. However it might be a bit small if you wanted to do dishes for several people. The storage has loops for carabiner in case… Full review

Seattle Sports Super Sink II

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Materials with which the product was made were changed between our first purchase in 2008 and second purchase in 2010. What started out as a great product ended up as one we'd never buy again. We initially bought a Super Sink in 2008. It was a great piece of equipment and we absolutely loved it. For our first bicycle tour of 18 months, we used it almost daily as a laundry bucket.   After a year of constant use, leaks at the bottom seam started appearing. Nevertheless, with a bit of patching up,… Full review

Sea to Summit Folding Bucket

rated 2 of 5 stars Fold causes a wear spot that leaks. Loved it on the first use.  Second use it sprung a little leak at a fold.  Patched it with duct tape, but I'm not confident in it now. Full review

Seattle Sports Pocket Bucket

rated 5 of 5 stars I love this bucket. I use it for hauling water to camp and filtering water in comfort.  No more squatting and balancing over creeks and lake shores. It's compact and lightweight, I don't even notice I'm carrying it. REI used to sell these, but for some reason they have choosen to discontinue them...typical. Full review

Seattle Sports Pocket Bucket

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Strange thing to review, but I find this to be a nifty little piece of gear. The Seattle Sports Pocket Bucket is just that, a bucket that folds down to about the size of a plum. It weighs 3 oz and holds up to 3 gallons of water. The bucket is made of a urethane coated nylon (200 denier of the sides, 500 on the bottom). You dip it in the water and tote the water where ever you want. The thing about this product I like so well is that I can scoop up my water at the creek/river/stream/pond/lake and… Full review