In this weeks podcast I review the Caddycan. Concealing and securing trash on my boat can be a pain as space is limited. A friend of mine gave me a Caddycan to try out that he picked up as swag from the Miami Boat Show a year or so ago. I put the Caddycan through hell and back for over a year. Is is really worth the purchase? Check out my brutally honest review of the Caddycan in this weeks podcast.
Below is the description the Caddycan as published in the Florida Keys Free Press Article on September 26, 2019, it was written by Kevin Wadlow.
The Caddycan is a flexible lightweight and weathertight container with a 3.2 gallon capacity. The zippered top has a self-closing opening that allows easy disposable of cans, water bottles or fishing line. The Caddycan keeps the trash out of site and safely away from the water. Features include a heavy 600-denier polyester fabric exterior and a quick clean vinyl liner. An interior compression coil that helps the Caddycan keep its 13-by 13.5-14 inch shape. Adjustable Velcro straps and plastic strips allow it to be quickly attached just about anywhere on the boat. Even if the Caddycan goes overboard, interior floatation device will keep it afloat for retrieval.