PDB Tested: SeaSucker

Published online: Dec 04, 2013 PDB Tested
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The list of products this company offers will blow your mind. SeaSucker was on our radar, but it wasn't until I stopped by their booth at the Miami Boat Show that I got an appreciation for just how diverse this Florida-based company really is. If you have a flat surface to work with, you really can add just about any accessory to your boat. SeaSucker's aftermarket products attach and remove in just seconds and are incredibly strong.

How it works is you have these powerful pump-action vacuum cups that are completely non-marking and are simple enough a child could use and the versatility means you'll never have to drill another hole in your boat.

I had a lot of choices, but decided to test the 2-Cup Holder (vertical mount) because I felt it would be the best fit for my needs. The hardest part was figuring out just where to put it, which wasn't that big of deal since it's so easy to use. There is a color stripe on the pump button and I just pushed that a few times until it disappeared and that was my indication that it was now ready to go. I was pleased by just how strong it really is-very impressive.

The 2-Cup Holder retails for $79.99, which may seem a little steep to some, but for those who don't believe in drilling holes to add accessories, the SeaSucker products are priceless. In addition to cupholders and electronics mounts, SeaSucker makes rod holders, dive racks, handles, tables and dozens of other useful products for your boat.



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