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Sea to Summit

Ultra-Sil Folding Bucket

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Are you the sort of camper that likes to take the kitchen sink? Well, you can essentially do that without taking up any room with the Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil® Folding Bucket. 

Made from full seam sealed 30D nylon, this foldable bucket will not leak and has a myriad of uses. Port water from the stream back to the campsite. Do your dishes in it. Give yourself a sponge bath. Or use it as a storage sack. Backing down to something a little bigger than a matchbox and weighing 23g - you won't even know it's there. 

  • Inbuilt carry handle
  • Fully seam sealed and leakproof
  • Holds 10 litres


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External Dimensions:
21L x 21W x 2.5H cm
Packed Dimensions:
9L x 7W x 2H cm
10 L
30D Ultra-SilĀ® Nylon
0.023 Kg
1 Year

(3 reviews)
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Apr 19 2018

Absolute 10/10

Completely amazing how a 10L bucket can be so small and light, works great and takes up very little room.

- Doonan
Oct 22 2017

Essential Kit

A great compact essential I bought to take on my overland of the best pieces of gear that is so compact.

Apr 10 2017

Hiking bucket!!

I am very happy with my new hiking bucket!! So tiny but carries plenty of water, and as usual Snowys deliver so quickly, great service and best prices!!


Will this take warm or hot water?1 answer

I was wondering if there is a temperature limit on the bucket?

- Adelaide(1 year ago)

G'day Naomi, 

I've just checked with the information provided by Sea to Summit, and it appears that there isn't a temperature rating for the Ultra-Sil Folding bucket, nor does it mention whether it can be used with hot water. 

I think we could take an educated guess here and say that warm water would be fine, but boiling would likely be a stretch. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)
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