Interest grows in Bucket Grip as show approaches
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With ICAST less than a week away, interest is already growing in the latest creation from entrepreneur and inventor, Keith Kessler – the man behind the Aquateko InvisaSwivel.
Kessler is introducing the Bucket Grip at ICAST, but says that he is already up and running and ready to do business.
The Bucket Grip is a simple attachment that can be fitted on the bottom of a standard five-gallon bucket to prevent it from tipping, slipping or dripping. Made of rubber, it boasts excellent UV resistance for long life and will not mark or scratch any surfaces.
Kessler said: “Its fishing applications abound. Bait buckets and cleaning supplies generally will roll in a boat with the smallest wave movement causing a spillage of some kind. No more. This will keep your buckets in place regardless of what Mother Nature has in mind. Not only that, but the Bucket Grip also floats.
“With waves and a rocking boat up to 30 degrees, the Bucket Grip will remain steady.”
Stand-out features include:
• Bait remains safe as the bucket won’t tip, slip or drip;
• Made of non-marking, non-scratching material. It will not scuff any surfaces;
• UV resistant – long lasting and will not crack even in the sun;
• Flexible, durable and floating;
• Made in the USA;
• Available in Gel-Coat White and Marine Blue;
• Retails at $9.99.
ICAST Booth No. 2883