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    Registered 21 Hustler's Avatar
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    thanks for the input, it is helpful in everyway, constructive criticizism is ok with me....keep the comments it u buy a few for your boat, once the product looses its cold it only takes 10 min in the freezer to get it back to full strength...just a thought


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    Diamond Member #001 Charter Member C_Spray's Avatar
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    Originally posted by Cignificant
    Being realistic, if you have 4 people on a boat for an eight hour day you'd have to take 32 of these things with you to keep the cans cold. Just not worth the effort.

    CSpray, I had some of those. Same reason as above, I no longer use them. Too much of a hassle.
    Steve - I have a refigerator/freezer on board, so I just "re-charge" 'em. If you still have your old Freeze Sleeves, bring them to Miami and I'll buy them from you...
    Retired! Boating full-time now.

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    I've solved my problem of beers getting warm on a hot, sunny day,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I drink 'em really fast

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    Originally posted by craig223
    Ship me some and I will run them through an EXTREME TEST in Miami.

    I would be interested to know how long it stays frozen for on a 90 degree day.

    Or even better, I could try them in Havasu with temps close to 130

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    Registered TEAMBAJA's Avatar
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    Originally posted by ThirdBird
    I've solved my problem of beers getting warm on a hot, sunny day,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I drink 'em really fast
    Yep, exactly what I was about to say! If the day comes when it takes me an hour to finish a drink, I'll quit drinking!

  6. #16
    Rob VIP Member Strip Poker 388's Avatar
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    Originally posted by 21 Hustler
    the company says it will keep a drink cold for 1 hour in direct sunlight...which if true would be amazing
    What do they consider cold??

    I like mine between 30 -40 degrees

    Boost makes up for Cubic Inchs

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