1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier

  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier
  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier
  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier
  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier
  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier
  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier
  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier
  • Fish Fighter 1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier

1lb Propane Bottle Caddy (2) Bottle Carrier

$44.99

· 9” To Top of Handle x 5-1/2” Deep And 10” Wide
· Holds (2) 1lb Disposable Propane Bottles
· Aluminum Construction With Marine-Grade Plastic Top
· Non-Marring Rubber Feet.
· Made in Idaho, USA
· 100% Money-Back Guarantee

Description

Call it a Propane Caddy™, Propane Bottle Holder, or Propane Bottle Carrier — the Fish Fighter™ Propane Bottle Caddy™ is the perfect solution for transporting and storing your 1lb disposable propane bottles. This caddy is designed to hold (2) 1lb disposable propane bottles. We make the carrier out of aluminum, and then install a 1/2″ thick marine-grade solid plastic top, to keep bottles from touching metal-to-metal. We also installed rubber feet on the base, so you can set the caddy down without scratching anything.

We make this product right here in Mountain Home, Idaho — so you know it’s extremely well-built and designed to last through the generations. We also want to make sure you’re totally satisfied with our product, so we give it our 100% money-back guarantee.

Disclaimer “You know we have to say it” Don’t store this caddy near open flames, or in confined areas. Propane is extremely flammable. Make sure you follow the Propane Bottle Manufacturers Safety Guidelines to the fullest.

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Got my anchor rope bag and can’t wait to test it out. Well made product with great features for hauling enough rope to anchor on the Columbia’s deep holes!

-Jason R.