I purchased this 3 months ago, not because I needed it at the time but because a friend convinced me to buy it (she's the "get it in case you ever need it" type of thinker).
The sink was there for me when I needed it. Our local water department shut the water off in my neighborhood from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm yesterday in order to do some repair work outside.
Thankfully my building received advance notice and I was able to prepare my portable sink for duty early yesterday morning.
As the picture shows, I set it up so the used water would drain into my bath tub. It worked so well. Easy breezy.
I love this portable sink!
Used it in my temporary tiny home which had no plumbing yet. It was a little bulky but serve its purpose very well. Pump may be a little hard for younger kids to use. Overall great product.
Really like it. Patience grasshopper, foot bulb can be touchy and/or maybe you’re low on water. Not sure if I can ever separate the pedestal and reservoir again? Whatever night temperature was, that’s going to be your sink supply, unless you wanted to heat some to add to reservoir. I first used on a COVID thanksgiving driveway social distance. Soap dispenser straw fell inside within 5 minutes of inspection. Some day I’ll work up a better system, but for now keep soft soap on base. Much better hands free than tipping a jug over etc.
We needed a sink for little hands during this COVID pandemic. This works perfectly outside the classroom when handsanitizers on 3 and 4 year old hands is too much. Teacher pumps the water for each student. Not as portable when filled with water.
You will love this little sink The only Issue you will have I will help you solve here, When connecting the Sink to its tube pole ur gonna find it hard to snap on Many many people have this issue on this one or other similar versions of sink, all you do is, Use a bit of oil or I recommend Vaseline lube the 2 parts that snap and it will easily snap in place.