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    For those who have the storage bin

    What can you actually fit in the front storage bin? Will a draw string bag containing beach towel, boat shoes and small pelican case for wallet/keys fit in the bin?


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    Quote Originally Posted by xplayer2885 View Post
    What can you actually fit in the front storage bin? Will a draw string bag containing beach towel, boat shoes and small pelican case for wallet/keys fit in the bin?

    I can can fit an extra life jacket..plus a Medium size dry bag for misc. items (phone keys), along with towel and flip flops. The lid must be free from all obstructions to close properly, as it will bend and deform if forced down on bulging items. Water does get in there under aggressive riding..but keep the bottom drain holes clear and it never holds liquid to slosh around on ur stuff. I've found..that the place that seadoo puts the owners manual (under the seat) happens to be a good spot to shove a pelican-type dry pouch with registration papers and other important credentials that stay with the craft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceo420 View Post
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    What can you actually fit in the front storage bin? Will a draw string bag containing beach towel, boat shoes and small pelican case for wallet/keys fit in the bin?

    I can can fit an extra life jacket..plus a Medium size dry bag for misc. items (phone keys), along with towel and flip flops. The lid must be free from all obstructions to close properly, as it will bend and deform if forced down on bulging items. Water does get in there under aggressive riding..but keep the bottom drain holes clear and it never holds liquid to slosh around on ur stuff. I've found..that the place that seadoo puts the owners manual (under the seat) happens to be a good spot to shove a pelican-type dry pouch with registration papers and other important credentials that stay with the craft.
    So it isn't a dry storage bin?

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    What can you actually fit in the front storage bin? Will a draw string bag containing beach towel, boat shoes and small pelican case for wallet/keys fit in the bin?

    I can can fit an extra life jacket..plus a Medium size dry bag for misc. items (phone keys), along with towel and flip flops. The lid must be free from all obstructions to close properly, as it will bend and deform if forced down on bulging items. Water does get in there under aggressive riding..but keep the bottom drain holes clear and it never holds liquid to slosh around on ur stuff. I've found..that the place that seadoo puts the owners manual (under the seat) happens to be a good spot to shove a pelican-type dry pouch with registration papers and other important credentials that stay with the craft.
    So it isn't a dry storage bin?
    No.. It isn't.. Best to whack anything you want to keep dry in a dry bag..

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