Picture it: A beautiful day, sun shining, skies blue, a refreshing breeze. Doesn’t matter if you are on the beach, on a boat, in the mountains. Or waiting for your team to take the field or Imagine Dragons to take the stage. You are so ready! Cooler is stocked with sodas and beer and, best of all, the sandwiches from your favorite sub shop that you picked up on the way. Finally, it’s time to devour those most magnificent all of sandwiches, and you open the cooler. Yikes! It looks like the cans and the subs had a rumble and the subs lost. They not only had all the life squashed out of them, but the subs are waterlogged, submerged in the melted ice. You now have only Twinkies to sustain you for the rest of the day.
When Adam and Desiree Haller’s soggy subs ruined their day out on the boat, they didn’t take it lying down. They fought back—their weapon the SubSafe. The SubSafe is a plastic cylindrical container that is waterproof, crush-proof and buoyant. The plastic is eco-friendly: BPA-free polypropylene that is three times stronger than steel. Each SubSafe comes with three parts that thread together so that you can size it for a 6” or 12” sub with a silicone seal that ensures it’s watertight.
Then Desiree and Adam went the extra mile: The genius of SubSafe is not limited to subs nor to coolers. After you eat your sub, use the SubSafe for dry storage for your phone, keys, credit cards, etc. The ends of it are flat and can be used for kids’ cups or little snack bowls. The 12” version will protect a bottle of wine when you are traveling; the 6” version is the perfect size for a cocktail shaker. Add the optional rubber strap with carabiner clip and bottle opener to attach the SubSafe to your beach bag, paddleboard, backpack. They also gave us an appealing choice of colors: seafoam green, hot pink and charcoal grey.
SubSafe has been featured in Florida Sportsman magazine and Boat Outfitters
Desiree and Adam feel very strongly about the need to give back, particularly to children. They donate $.50 for each SubSafe purchased to the Provision Pack Program that provides nutritious food to needy children, too many of them homeless. These packs bring nutrition and comfort to children so that they can become healthy, focus on academics and, under optimum conditions, break the cycle of poverty.