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Old 05-12-2005, 01:44 PM
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Hey Brandon, I have a very cool one that I would like to have more of. It's made like a life jacket, including being adjustable to fit your drink. I used to have a link to a place to get them. I'll see if I can find it.
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Old 05-12-2005, 02:25 PM
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Old 05-12-2005, 03:27 PM
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Hey Brandon, I have a very cool one that I would like to have more of. It's made like a life jacket, including being adjustable to fit your drink. I used to have a link to a place to get them. I'll see if I can find it.

Yeah Ange I've seen those. As catchy as they are, they don't fit in the drink holders and don't keep anything very cold. LOL

Thanks for all the replies. I need to get the brand of koozie that I'm after and find someone who can get them. Should post tonight.
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Jo, does the drink come out of them easily? Or do you have to keep pulling it off the suface to get a drink?
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Storm, a couple of teams ran the Washington, NC race last year with water bottles in suction coolies that were stuck to the dash of the boat. They said they loved them.

Brandon, I guess I've just been finishing my drinks way too quickly since mine have stayed cold.
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i have my OSO suction coolies somewhere..... they will stick even in the rough stuff, yet will "pop" loose when you need a drink... but they really only work for cans and bigger bottles like water, glass bottles don't fit in them...
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i have my OSO suction coolies somewhere..... they will stick even in the rough stuff, yet will "pop" loose when you need a drink... but they really only work for cans and bigger bottles like water, glass bottles don't fit in them...
Thanks, thats just what i needed to hear.
I usually need it for bottles of water.
Has anyone tried the coolies for bottles? are they larger?
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Custom Drink holders????

Christ if you pay for the drinks,,,, them chicks should hold them up as long as you want...


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Brandon, I guess I've just been finishing my drinks way too quickly since mine have stayed cold.

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Brandon,
Are you looking for them with your boats name imprinted on them, we had some done a year or so ago. I found it is hard to buy in small quantities, you really have to buy in bulk. For me it worked out well, one of my best friends is in the ad speciality business and she let me buy them at her cost. We had to buy case quantities but the total order wound up being priced the same as the smaller quantity would have been. It will be hard to find anyone that actually does them themselves. The companies that imprint the coozies give the add specialty guys like Crown Man and Nick deep discounts so dealing with someone that will pass along some of their discount is a good deal. We still have a bunch of Welcome Aboard PatriYacht coozies, we give them to all our guests after a ride on the boat. If you are out for Smoke again this year, I will give you one
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