Flat Colander

By Sinkstation

$14 More on the way


Originally designed to just catch peelings, Sinkstation can also be used to help prepare food which needs to be individually hand washed, drained, defrosted, or rested.

  • Material: Co-polymer polypropylene
  • Care: Food-safe, dishwasher safe, boiling water safe
  • Catch peelings, wash and prepare, sweep and catch worktop waste, transfer peelings to the bin
  • Sinkstation is 100% recyclable
  • Designed in the UK; Made in China
  • Dimensions: 13.75" x 11" x 2"
  • Weight: 0.6 lb.

86 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Love it


This product makes cleanup much easier. I enjoy cooking and use fresh fruits and veggies. They can be messy to cleanup but no problem now. Easy to empty and clean after useMore > < Less


Great Flat Colander


This flat colander fits perfectly into the sink. Great product. I gave one to my sister-in-law and she loves it too.


Great Purchase


I use this all time. It's quick and easy clean up makes it a great purchase


Flat shape, make it easier.


. The " Flat shape," makes it more versatile




This is a fabulous product that fits perfectly in the sink and makes clean up a breeze.

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Sinkstation - Flat Colander

About Sinkstation

Flat out useful

The Sinkstation is one of those “why didn’t I think of it” solutions that is simple, yet incredibly useful.

Invented by Damon Meredith, the Sinkstation is a uniquely shaped colander designed to lay flat in your sink, clean easily in your dishwasher, and stow neatly in your kitchen cabinets.

With the Sinkstation in place, pesky carrot and potato peelings won’t clog the drain and couldn’t be easier to sweep into the trash. The bottom of the Sinkstation is reinforced with little feet that lift it slightly off the surface of the sink creating a hygienic deck for flat washing lettuce, rinsing and defrosting frozen berries or draining ravioli and other items that are too delicate for a traditional colander.

The Sinkstation even comes in handy when watering plants enabling them to drain properly rather than sitting in a pool of water.

With so many uses, you’ll wonder how you ever got around the kitchen without it.