Clamp on cup holders

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I’ve been scouring the Internet looking for a decent removable cup holder and finally found one but... I can’t find anyone who sells them. I’ve emailed the manufacturer but all I got was an error message.
They’re going to be used to clamp on to a dining table and sit below a topper.
Anyone used these before or know of a similar cup holder?

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I’ve been scouring the Internet looking for a decent removable cup holder and finally found one but... I can’t find anyone who sells them. I’ve emailed the manufacturer but all I got was an error message.
They’re going to be used to clamp on to a dining table and sit below a topper.
Anyone used these before or know of a similar cup holder?

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Amazon has a similar product (except that it's plastic):

https://www.amazon.com/Cup-Holster-...sed-search-11&pf_rd_t=BROWSE&pf_rd_i=13749771

Supposedly there are in stock. It's gotten some good reviews.
 

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They would do the job just fine but in typical amazon style it’s now saying they’re unavailable :ROFL: :ROFLMAO: Thanks anyway :tup:
Showing available to me -- two colors (red or black), $13.97 each with free shipping (to me).

Lemme know if you want me to pick some up and reship to you.
 

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Back to the drawing board. The amazon ones would sit too high on the table so that my topper would be uneven.

If anyone has any ideas let me know.
 

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Back to the drawing board. The amazon ones would sit too high on the table so that my topper would be uneven.

If anyone has any ideas let me know.
Drink-holder helmets fitted with built-in face shields would kill two home poker birds with a single stone in these trying covid-19 times.

Hands-free, no messy table spills, no open glasses or drink containers at table height to get sneezed or coughed into, and no claustrophobic masks required at the table. It's like having your own personal plexiglass with a autobot waitress.
 

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Drink-holder helmets fitted with built-in face shields would kill two home poker birds with a single stone in these trying covid-19 times.

Hands-free, no messy table spills, no open glasses or drink containers at table height to get sneezed or coughed into, and no claustrophobic masks required at the table. It's like having your own personal plexiglass with a autobot waitress.
You should go on Dragon’s Den / Shark Tank with that idea :ROFL: :ROFLMAO:
 
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