Cooler Shelf: A food tray for your ice chest. GREAT feedback.

Posted: February 25, 2011 in Testimonials
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Hey all,

Saw this product in Saltwater Sportsman magazine and bought one:

I have a 94qt Igloo marine cooler and got the large shelf with the divider. It was a little bit of a challenge to install (properly) since the shelf was right at the largest that would fit in my cooler. The medium shelf may have fit a little easier but I think the larger one fit better, if that makes sense. It took about 15 minutes to install after fitting, test fitting, measuring twice and sticking once. The velcro tape is the strongest I have ever seen and the adhesive is crazy strong. This thing is the bomb. I put a 10lb weight in it (downrigger ball) and trailered the boat back to the storage facility about 15 miles away and it held it just fine. The shelf is made out of a really strong net, almost like a SUPER heavy duty window screen, which I like because if some water or an ice cube gets up there, it will drain just fine, unlike a cooler insert that will hold the melted ice against your sandwiches.

Another great use for this would be in your bait cooler where you would want to keep rigged bait out of the ice water and on a shelf ready to go. Once installed, it isn’t going anywhere unless you want it to come out. The stitching is heavy duty, the vinyl is heavy duty. Everything about it screams heavy duty and I anticipate many years of satisfied use in the boat.

The customer service is great and shipping was really quick, 3 days, from California. I give it two thumbs up. If you don’t want another soggy sandwich or a place to keep pricey bait out of slushy wet ice, this is your solution!




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