Can this be brought on board ?

 You’d think I would know the answer to this, but I’m not sure.   I use it to ice down my knee ( my wife uses it on her hips and back ).   You fill the bucket with ice, then with water to the line. Place the lid with the pump on top.  Plug it in and the ice water is circulated through the special pad.   It’s better than a bag of ice.   I figure the steward can bring me ice nightly, or if I need it during the day.

thanks for the help.

 

 

 

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Interesting device. Good idea actually. It looks harmless and "should" be allowed. But if in doubt best to check with your cruise line and if given the green light bring a copy of the approval including who said it was ok. Cause one never knows.

Just sent an e mail to NCL.

 

the cooler works really well. They sent it home with me from the hospital.

 

I actually have to use the gym on this cruise to keep up with my rehab.

Fortunately, right beside the gym is the thermal spa Wink

 

That’s already paid for the week Big Smile

I could use one of those for the mid-summer Texas motorcycle rides -- looks useful.

Depending on the size of the cooler part, I'd get in touch with the cruise line to make sure you can take it, though.

I think there is a battery pack available.  There are other models available

Please let us know what you find out from the cruise line.  Since it is a "medical" device it seems probable it will be allowed.

 

Of course.  But it could be up to 3 days to get a response.  According to the auto-reply mail.

And anyone wanting to take a cooler could get one of these Big Smile

Agreed.

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