Saddle Sink Caddy by Umbra®

Slip our Saddle Sink Caddy by Umbra® over the divider in a double sink to keep sponges and scrubbies within easy reach. It's also perfectly sized to hold utensils as they dry. Available in Large (shown) or Small (listed below). Shop all Umbra®.

  • Durable, flexible plastic adapts to a variety of double sinks
  • Drain holes at the bottom allow water to escape
  • Top rack dishwasher-safe

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Umbra® Large Saddle Sink Caddy Translucent

6-1/4" x 6" x 5-1/2" h


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$9.99 ea

Umbra® Small Saddle Sink Caddy Translucent

4-3/4" x 6-1/2" x 4-1/4" h


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$4.99 ea

Saddle Sink Caddy by Umbra® 4.6 5 18 18
Amazing I have use this product for years as I have a granite sink so suction cups do not work. This product is awesome... hangs over sink divider, dishwasher safe, and holds up for years. I have had the grey one, and off white, was very happy to find this new white as it matched better with my white kitchen. I place my sponge on one-side, and then a nail scrubber and small round sponge on the other side. No more sponges sitting in my sink to get who knows what growing on it!!! May 4, 2014
Just what the sink needed! I am very weird about sponges(and the germs they collect) but my roommate loves them... This was the perfect solution because she can use the sponges and then put them in here so they are able to drain and dry out properly and I don't have to be grossed out with having them on my counter! April 29, 2014
Handy Tool Prior to buying this caddy we had a suction cup style caddy that was supposed to stick to the side if the sink. It was always coming loose and was hard to get stuck back on. The idea of straddling the center is a much better solution. It is easy to move out of the way and put back in place when you are finished. July 27, 2010
convenient but need to be cleaned often It's convenient for my double sinks. I was happy for the first couple months until the mold start growing on the bottom. I used to store sponge and brush and since the holes on the bottom are small, the caddy is constant wet. You would need to scrub the inside at least every couple weeks to prevent the mold and mildew. Maybe some kind of wire baskets would work better. December 19, 2013

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