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Companion

Pop Up Dish Tray and Tub 15L

$55.00
$34.90

Delivery estimate to:

Pickup from our store

92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

The Companion Pop Up 15L Dish Tray would have to be the ultimate campsite kitchen sink solution.

Not only is it a tub for washing up in, it features a built in plug, integrated dish drainers and a removable utensil compartment.

Made with durable silicone and polypropylene materials, the Pop Up Dish Tray withstands temperatures up to 90⁰ and folds flat for easy storage and transport

  • Flexible TPE/silicone walls
  • Rigid PP base and rim
  • Tolerates temperatures up to 90⁰C
  • Integrated dish and utensil drainer
  • Built in plug
Snowys Code:
133158
Supplier Code:
COMP771B
In Use Dimensions:
43.5L x 33.5W x 19.2H cm
Packed Dimensions:
43.5L x 33.5W x 5.5H cm
Capacity:
15 L
Material:
TPE/Silicone | Polypropylene
Weight:
0.88 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year
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Jul 04 2017

Packs down well

Haven't used sink yet but real happy with delivery it only took about 4 working days and happy with price much cheaper than a lot of other places.

- Hammondville
Mar 04 2017

Okay sink, iffy plug

The sink works well enough, but if the silicone sides of the plug have any grit on them, the plug will not seal properly and it'll leak like a sieve. Can be a little fiddly to collapse

- Sydney
Mar 04 2017

Good idea badly executed

If this got rid of the drain/plug (which leaks) it would be better. The plug leaks with the smallest bump, and as new water is a long trek to the river, that's quite a pain, and the "draining ridges" that I thought were great actually weren't useful because of the need to retain water. I used this on two trips then never again. The size and shape is just right. A collapsible tub of same size with no drain would be ideal.

- Southern River, WA
Response from Snowys Mar 06 2017

G'day Fayley,

It sounds as though you might have a busted plug...? Any chance you could give us a call on 1300 914 007, hopefully we can get to the bottom of it. Laine :)

Mar 04 2017

Perfect

Perfect size, drain hole, collapses easily.

- Adelaide
Feb 04 2017

Best camp sink ever

Compact when colapsed. Perfect size when opened. Has drain hole. Quality materials.

- Brisbane
Feb 04 2017

Love it!

Love this pop up Dish Tray - great to be able to pop it down and pack away easily in our camp box. Will probably buy another one as we are family of 6 and its a tad small but its an awesome little camp addition!

- Sydney
Jan 28 2017

perfect product

Excellent item and exactly as advertised. Works a treat and easy to store. I bag it in a pillow slip and fit it in the top of my tucker box.
Great price and service from Snowy's as always.

- Little Mulgrave
Jan 17 2017

Perfect

Perfect

- Brisbane
Jan 12 2017

Great product

Thanks Snowys this sink is just perfect for our family camping trips. It dries quickly on pack up day and slides away into our kitchen box.

- Perth
Dec 09 2016

Great product - Snowy's Service

Perfect addition to our family camp box.
Folds away to be ultra compact and works either for washing or drip drying with plug removed.
Add Snowy's fast and reliable service and you've got a winner!

- Bicton WA
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Does this pop up dish tray & tub able to fit pots & pans1 answer

Can you wash your average size pots & pans

- FOREST HILL(1 week ago)

G'day Paul,

Tough to give you an answer with confidence when I can't be sure of exact pot sizes.

When 'popped out', the tub is 43.5L x 33.5W x 19.2H cm which will hopefully give you a rough idea of the size available.

- Snowys(1 week ago)

Is there a trick to popping this down?1 answer

It seems to pop up easily enough, but I can only get it halfway down without it kind of getting mangled and not staying down

- 3977(10 months ago)

G'day Michael, 

I've just given it a go myself with the display models, and I found that after a few goes it did get a little easier to pop it back down and have it stay that way.

I wouldn't say that there was any specific trick, but perhaps putting an even amount of pressure using both hands so one side doesn't go down first might be the better way to do it. 

- Snowys(10 months ago)

Is there a trick to stopping the plug from leaking?1 answer

When we used it, there was some leaking around the plug.

- NZ(10 months ago)

G'day Jonathon, 

I've just tried pulling this plug out and putting it back in on the display model, and we didn't find that there was any trick to getting the plug in tightly. I also spoke with Companion they haven't got any inside info on this either. 

I've noticed that you're located in New Zealand, so it may be difficult for you to show it to us in store so it may be an option to contact your local Companion brands supplier to see if they could offer some insight.

- Snowys(10 months ago)

What does the under-side of this look like?1 answer

I'd like to see a picture of the bottom of this product. I'm mainly interested in attaching some kind of temp. piping/tube to the water outlet, so it can be stored in a different bucket.

- Sydney(1 year ago)

G’day Grant, we’ve taken some photos of the underside of the Companion Pop Up Dish Tray and Tub (15L) and we’ve added them to the product description above. I hope these give you a good idea of what you’d like to achieve with the water outlet.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is it possible to purchase another plug? Have lost mine unfortunately.4 answers

- Nhulunbuy (2 years ago)
This might be a long shot Julie, I am following it up with our supplier and will get back to you on it.
- Snowys(2 years ago)
Hi Julie, I received a reply from our supplier, and unfortunately spare plugs are not available. It may be worth looking in a hardware store for a generic sink plug that may be suitable. I'm sorry we could not be of much help.
- Snowys(2 years ago)

Hi Ben, can you give me the exact diameter of the sink plug?

- NHULUNBUY, NT(1 year ago)
I'd love to go and measure this for you Julie, but we are currently out of stock. If you have your sink handy I'd recommend measuring the diameter of the hole it fits in. From memory it slopes inwards towards the bottom, and it fits neatly in the space. There are multi-fit plugs available that will probably work, take the sink into your hardware and try a few to see if they fit. Let us know if you find something, I'm sure there will be other customers with misplaced plugs.
- Snowys(1 year ago)