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post #11 of 22 Old 01-18-2008
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Perhaps my post wasn't all that clear....I will be glad to send you a pair of original, never used ice trays for your Adler Barbour Refridge...no charge except you pay the shipping.
But keep shopping if you want.
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Hmmm.. An ice tray for $35... yup...that's marine pricing.
They must be military grade....

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Thanks guys, both store sells the vertical ice try complete with the aluminium holder (US$35-38 !!) . I thought the plastic cube separator would be the main wearing/damage part. When need arise, may have to fashion a replacement out of thin aluminium strip.

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Thanks guys, both store sells the vertical ice try complete with the aluminium holder (US$35-38 !!) . I thought the plastic cube separator would be the main wearing/damage part. When need arise, may have to fashion a replacement out of thin aluminium strip.
OH, sorry.
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Perhaps my post wasn't all that clear....I will be glad to send you a pair of original, never used ice trays for your Adler Barbour Refridge...no charge except you pay the shipping.
But keep shopping if you want.
Howard Keiper
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Howard, I guess Cbayermd has yet read your offer to help.
Real nice of you.

Cheers.

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Yes, very kind of you, thekeip. I have a small "freezer section" in my NovaKool installation that I don't use much (it only holds two bottles of rum!), but were I to want ice cubes, I would defintely go with vertical trays. Actually, it makes sense at home, as well: I put my ice trays in the freezer door and often get spillage if the door is opened before the water has skinned over.
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I ordered three of the " Polygrid for Verticube Z3302 " for Edd Helms Marine (954 522-2520). They were $5.30 each. Shipping was another $14.70.

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Perhaps my post wasn't all that clear....I will be glad to send you a pair of original, never used ice trays for your Adler Barbour Refridge...no charge except you pay the shipping.
But keep shopping if you want.
Howard Keiper
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Howard,

I know that this post is quite old, but I came across it as I was searching on the topic of ice trays.

Did anyone ever take you up on your generous offer?

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SeaFrost makes a state of the art vertical bins for ice cubes. The containers are designed to expand and wont warp or crack. The cubes are large and last in a drink forever. I have just installed a SeaFrost unit on my boat and it works like a charm. Highly recommend.
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By any chance do you still have the verticle ice trays??
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