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For 2013, NRS has chosen to sell Cooler Shelf.

You can find them here:

http://www.nrsweb.com/shop/product.asp?pfid=4455&pdeptid=1201

Cooler Shelf was designed to keep your food items (who hasn’t had the soggy sandwich problem?) away from the melting ice below. Is an ideal bait tray as well separating your drink from your bait!

Since it is adjustable and designed to fit all the major brands you can be sure it will fit any of your coolers. The three sizes make it suitable for coolers 30qts all the way to 170qts.

How many products can pay for themselves in a single use? Cooler Shelf can.

So give it a try, you can’t afford NOT to.

John@ Christar’s Net, Inc.

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If you’re tired of the soggy-sandwich-in-the-portable-ice-chest, we have THE solution.

Cooler Shelf by Christar’s Net, Inc. has developed a food tray that will fasten to your Coleman, Igloo, or Rubbermaid cooler and will help keep your food items (or bait for you fisherman) away from the melting ice and condensation in your cooler.

Sold on Amazon.com, you can find them here:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=bl_sr_sporting-goods?_encoding=UTF8&field-brandtextbin=Christar%27s%20Net%2C%20Inc.&node=3375251

We ship in one business day, and for only .99c.

Cooler Shelf can literally pay for itself in one use. How many products can do that?

So come take a look at our solution of how to protect your food in your portable ice chest.

Thanks.

El Prez.

We have made it to the largest online marketplace, Amazon.com. Come take a look….just search “Shelf Help”.

Also, a small update from some of the early buyers of our new product:

John,
I have used the smaller model this weekend. Kept the sandwiches off the ice
and away from the bait. Will put my larger model in the 72qt cooler when I
go offshore later this month. Had a friend on the boat amd he was
impressed.
I will spread the word.
Don

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Hey John.  It actually worked pretty well!  I was glad to be able to keep things cool and but not directly on the ice or in the cold water.  I would recommend it!

Amy

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Hi John, spent all of last Saturday on the water out of Ventura.  Rough
seas; actually 4-6′ with white caps in the channel.  Had the shelf in two
ice chest’s on board and they held up just like they should.

Had sandwiches’ and some snack stuff in the shelf with ice and water
underneath and didn’t get the food wet!

Nice to have a dry lunch even with the ocean sloppy! Thanks, “you didn’t
slice the bread, but you keep the sliced bread dry”

Craig

Find us at http://www.coolershelf.com