Saturday, September 27, 2014

insink Is An Eco-friendly Product For Our Kitchen

If you are worried about climate change and want to make a difference, then you will like this innovative product that conserves water, time, energy and money. I try to always be conscious about my actions, and environmental impacts and was glad to check out the insink designed by a Toronto based dad, Tonis Tollasepp. insink is being supported through the Kickstarter community, and I think it is a wonderful product that needs our support to come to the market. You can show your support here on his Kickstarter campaign page by raising capital by pre-ordering.
insink is a family of products that is perfect for those with one or two sinks. This multi-task product helps us not only with washing dishes, but also to save water, time, and money. After using this insink on a regular basis for a couple of weeks, we have already saved lots of dishwashing soap, and water. 

The products are made in Canada with food grade polypropylene material and are recyclable. The Katcher has been useful for us in a couple of ways, to wash cut vegetables and fruits easily because of the holes that can drain the water, and also to leave washed utensils to drain and air-dry before placing them in drawers. insink will be useful in a variety of kitchens either in homes, condos, apartments, cottages, vacation properties, or in RVs. Since the products can be nested it is easy to take with us when we travel. Show your support before October 14th on Kickstarter, so this product will be funded.    
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21 comments:

  1. Looks like a great product, would come in handy for our RV! (Judy Cowan)

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    1. Hi Judy, it has been tested in RV's but your sink needs to be at least 6 1/2 inches deep. I'm designing a new version for smaller sinks which would fit all RV sinks.

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  2. What a great idea! I am always up for new ways of saving water!

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    1. If you go to insink.ca you'll be able to see all the benefits of the products. Thanks, Tonis

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  3. I really like this idea,saving water is always good

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  4. This would be a nice addition to add to my sink

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    1. I Andrea,
      Thanks for your comments. If you go to insink.ca you'll be able to see all the benefits and features of this product system.
      Cheers, Tonis

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  6. Looks like a great idea, saving water is a must now a days!

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  7. I like that it's made in Canada from recycled materials

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    1. I've tried to make everything recyclable and wanted to support the local economies to product and packaging in Ontario.

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  8. I don't understand how it helps save water.

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    1. Hi Nicolthe,
      Thanks for your comment. If you go to insink.ca and go to the My Savings page, you'll be able to see the ways this product system helps conserve water, whether washing by hand or even if you have a dishwasher. Cheers, Tonis

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  9. if one of these products doesn't have holes in the bottom I am in for washing just smaller loads
    jan

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    1. Hi Jan,

      There are three products in the system. The Kup has no holes which can be used for washing dishes. The Kaddy has holes which can be used as a colander or for drying or storing utensils. The Katcher is a funnel for directing food or scraps into either the Kup or Kaddy. Hope this helps. If you go to insink.ca you'll be able to see more about the products. Cheers, Tonis

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  10. I want one of this so that I can dry my spoons and forks.

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  11. I love my insink.ca products for washing dishes. Great to see innovative Canadian products winning on QVC Sprouts (available on QVC.com). What about Canada 's The Shopping Channel?

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  12. Good Housekeeping Lab Picked INSINK 4-1 as a "Kitchen Time Saver" in the March 2017 issue. Thanks Good Housekeeping.

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