Engel Coolers Live Bait Cooler/Dry Box with Air Pump, White
|Price:||$69.99 - $99.99|
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TheEngel Bait Cooler is designed to keep your bait alive and healthy all year round. This sturdy, polystyrene insulated cooler is constructed from rugged high-impact plastic and features an EVA watertight gasket to keep water from splashing out when you are on the go. Built to last, theEngel Bait Cooler also feature corrosion-resistant self-stopping hinges and stainless steel latches and screws. To keep bait alive and healthy,a whisper quiet aerator is also included with multiple settings so you can conserve battery power depending on how much bait you have in it. The cooler runs on two D batteries (not included) and also comes with a 12-volt adapter so you can plug it into your car or boat overnight to keep bait healthy for the next day of fishing. Integrated carry handle and shoulder strap also included for easy portability.
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The cooler keep the bait cool and good air movement! Come with air pomp that operate with D battery's (2) also came with car or boats adapter for 12v so you can keep running
I added a 2nd bubbler on the side and it works like a champ...the key with shrimp is to keep the water temp stable...in hot florida days..they do well..if you need to cool the water a bit...you can add a small bottle of ice....also, I add a piece of chum bag to the bottom of the cooler to allow the warriors to hold on to something when the boat is moving....
I used to use a similar size cooler, but, this has a nice handle and the bottle feet hold the cooler from moving...as well, if ti falls over in the boat, it's 100% sealed....great product..
I'm buying the 13 qt for having some shrimp at the front of the boat ....
yeah, you can use a simple bucket..but, on hot days, the water gets warm and the shimp tend to die...
what ever floats your boat...but, when I've driven 2 hours over to the west coast to fish, spent $100 on gas and bait, ice, etc...a little security to keep my bait alive is worth the few extra $$$$
The aerator works very well and the DC power plug is great if you have a socket in a good spot in your car or boat. You can place a frozen water bottle or ziplock bag of ice in the top tray to keep your bait fresh even in the heat of summer.
This is kind of pricey for a bait bucket, but the quality is excellent and it will save you from killing bait and keep shrimp juice off of your upholstery, so it is well worth the money.
UPDATE: I found a You-Tube video by Engel Coolers about aerator maintenance. In that video, it was mentioned what to check for if motor didn't work when powered by batteries. I found the two white gears would not turn at all. One just took a bit of playing using my thumbnail to get the gears to turn and worked fine after that. The second one took more work. I took the assembly apart as shown in the video but also detached the motor giving easier access to the smaller white gear on the motor shaft. I managed to get the shaft to start turning and then put the assembly back together. Now. we have two working aerators that work like a charm.
I would give this a five star if it wasn't for the fact they came to us not working.
Hope this helps another who might find the same problem.