Hi everyone. Thanks for the feed back. Its been a lot of work designing and trying to bring a product to market. I have been receiving mixed reviews and I take no offense to the bad/negative.
Here is my point of view/response to the early post on price.
1.) I am producing this product in such small numbers at the beginning and thus my production cost on plastic and the cutting process (CNC router) is higher than it would be if I can go to a mold and larger runs.
2.) I can't control the price that Roto Pax charges for their jugs and locks.
3.) Yes, 3 gallons is not very much water but if you use two boards and jugs it gives you an additional 6 gallons on top of the other large jugs we typically have in the sturn.
5.) The 3 or 6 gallons you carry with my system could simply be your personal water or for emergency only.
4.) My products are not generally intended/design for day tripping but there is no reason you couldn't use them for that.
5.) Roto Pax offers locks that will allow you to stack the jugs.
My take on rigging a boat is that your boat frame is the strongest and most useful part of a boat and I am trying to design products that utilize any open space on a frame to create a quick release point.
You can see my boat set up on our site:
Thanks again for the feed back! Its great to get any info.