Monday, February 11, 2013
It’s not a noodle, it’s a CHILLstix™, and once you’ve ‘chilled’ in the water on one of these, you’ll never want to use anything else! CHILLstix’s™ are a super-sized buoyancy toy designed to keep swimmers of all sizes riding high in the water. Constructed of marine grade, solid core closed cell foam, CHILLstix’s™ are covered by a soft, durable polyester jacket that won’t scratch or irritate skin. The color-fast, UV resistant jacket material not only protects your investment, but the low-profile zip closure also allows you to easily remove the cover for washing. Further, you can replace the cover in the event of damage, or simply because you want a change in color!
CHILLstix come in two sizes; Mega (4” dia.) and Monster (6”). The 4” CHILLstix™ is recommended for up to 250 lb. The 6” CHILLstix™ can easily support in excess of 300 lb, and still leave you riding high and dry. A posse of kids, couples, or your old college football buddy, the CHILLstix™ handles them all with ease. Never reach for multiple noodles again, reach for a CHILLstix™!
CHILLLine….Keep Your Crew Close
When you’re ready to drop anchor with your ‘crew’, you’ll appreciate the convenience of the NOODLE MON CHILLLine™. CHILLLine’s are highly visible ‘drift’ lines designed to keep swimmers close to your boat without constantly fighting against wind and currents. Each CHILLLine™ is constructed of heavy-duty polypropylene rope laced with 3 ½” diameter closed cell foam floats. Line ends are finished with a loop splice for easy attachment to your boat, and to allow for adjustment of line length. In 2013, CHILLLine’s are available in 40’ lengths, and a wide range of rope and float color combination that are sure to fit every crews taste. Whether you use it from your boat, or your dock, the CHILLLine™ will become your crews favorite party line!
Posted by Noodle Mon at 11:03 AM
Island Oasis For
Your Entire Crew
It’s not just a ‘mat’, it’s not just a ‘pad’; it’s a CHILLRaft™. The NOODLE MON CHILLRaft™ takes good times on the water to a whole new level. The CHILLraft™ is comprised of layered closed cell foam with a tough inner core and soft outer surface. The CHILLraft™ rolls and unrolls quickly from your boat or swim dock and is easily secured or anchored using the attached stretch cord assembly.
The CHILLraft™ is constructed utilizing a highly specialized manufacturing process that cobines both heat and pressure to cure the foam laminations. The raw materials are further infused with additives designed to resist the suns UV rays. At each step of the manufacturing process, every CHILLraft™ is carefully inspected to assure the highest levels of quality control and design performance.
The CHILLRaft™ is 6’ wide and an easily handled 14’ long. All CHILLRaft’s™ come standard with a hook and loop style belt for securing it after rolling, and a front anchor assembly with shock-absorbing front bungee and hook.
Compare our foam & anchors to the all our competitors, there is no comparison. Buy right the first time! @ www.dothenoodle.com
Posted by Noodle Mon at 10:57 AM
The Noodle Mon Story:
Like you, the Noodle Mon crew are boaters that cherish our time on the water with friends and family. The very origins of Noodle Mon are rooted in one of those unique ‘high seas’ adventures.
Years ago a friend of ours ended up on a large cruiser captained by a colorful Jamaican fellow. They were having a great day. At every stop they made the party grew as more and more ‘crew’ climbed aboard. The reggae thumped, the beverages flowed, and girls danced on the bow as the ship powered down the lake. All was perfect, except for one very obnoxious guy (as there always is) who seemed intent on insuring that his lack of social graces would ruin everyone’s perfect day on the water. Finally, the captain had reached his limit. He pulled back the throttles and ordered the unruly offender overboard. Suddenly, all of the women who just a few moments earlier had been demanding his departure, were now hysterical that he was being left in middle of the channel. The Jamaican captain, in his ever ‘chill’ demeanor, simply said...
“What?………I gave him a noodle, Mon”.
Posted by Noodle Mon at 10:51 AM