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Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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3

Ok

10/7/2016 by Kathy

It's ok. Design not optimal for flat arms an the sofa but it still works.

3

Needs a wide chair arm

10/6/2016 by William

These don't work well on the easy chairs in our TV room because the arms are too narrow. This design requires a fairly wide chair arm in order to be stable. An arm as shown in this photo would probably work well. The arm needs to span at least the full width of the bottom of the cup holder and about a half inch beyond on both sides so I would estimate about 6 inches wide where it contacts the holder. Also, I might not rely on it to hold a cup that is heavier at the top than the bottom.

3

Doesn't fit the cups we use most often :(

10/5/2016 by Sally

I bought this for my husband who uses a Yeti cup ALL the time... So sad it didn't fit in the holder (base of cup was too big)... When we took the insert out, the cup wiggled around too much. We tried our Tervis tumblers, and they were also too big to fit in the holder. If he drank beer from a can all the time, it would've been perfect!

3

Falls off

10/5/2016 by Sharon

I realize somehow I must be nudging the couch coaster as I get up, that's the only explanation I can think of for the fact that it's fallen off several times, apparently spontaneously when I''m nowhere near it. My couch is just like the one in the picture. I did not expect it to be this fussy.

2

Nope

12/9/2018 by Judith

I wanted these things to work, but it's the cup size that's the problem. If you like big cups or wide-bottomed glasses, forget it. They should come up with some sort of design where you can vary the cup size, making it bigger or smaller. Then it would be great.

2

Knocked it over after the first day

6/9/2018 by Jimbo

Nice concept but it doesn't stay on a leather couch. I knocked it over right away.

2

Didn't fit my couch

1/3/2018 by Loren

Unfortunately it didn't fit my couch but it seemed like it was well-made.

2

Good idea missing the point

5/25/2017 by Catherine

I am returning the CouchCoaster item 634158567933. This item slips on an upholstered arm and does not remain in place. The center circular size ring was difficult to remove because I have arthritis in my hands. I was only able to use two of the sizes which did not fit a small bottle of gatorade nor a cup larger than a small coffee cup.
Changes I would make:
make the center bottom of the same nonskid rubber as the sides.
add gripper prongs to the bottom of the center, not piercing, just prongs to hold into place
add a handle indentation on inside sized circle
rethink sizes of bottles and cups for holding more beverages...possibly make the inner sleeve adaptable by a velcro setting? needs to be sized by the customer, not pre-sized by your measurements.
add more choices of color, a light tan would be nice or a black. Don't need trend, need classic
extend length of arms to tuck into side of couch to hold better.

2

Do Not Buy!

10/8/2016 by LcF

This is worthless! It can't hold my 32oz or 36oz tumblers! It has an adapter which works for cups and glasses. Otherwise you're stuck with a big, round piece of rubber with weighted flaps. Never use anything that doesn't have a lid.
This item does slip. It's easily dislodged if hit on the side. My dog has figured out how to put his nose just under the flap then flip it over onto the chair. He doesn't want as a toy though.
Even my remote and cell just fall out of this

2

Needs improvement

10/6/2016 by Rona

Great idea. I bought 2 but none of my coffee mugs fit. It should be adjustable.
Waste for me.

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The CouchCoaster Story

Achieve couch relaxation level 10.

Keep Drinks Close

Cars have had cup holders for ages—but what about a couch drink holder? Chances are, you put more miles on your sofa than the road.

CouchCoaster has your kicking-back-at-home beverage needs in mind. This adaptable drink holder drapes over the arm of your favorite place to sit. Its weighted sides keep your glass balanced and secure. Plus the design is flexible enough to fit over any width or shaped furniture arm—flat to curved, slim to wide.

Brit Barry Freeder had had enough of spilled drinks in his living room. Balancing them on the armrest or the floor was asking for trouble. But the coffee
table seemed just too far away. It’s a first world problem, for sure. But Barry’s first world solution is well made, well designed, and appropriately accessible without even sitting forward.

Whatever you’re drinking, and whatever is on the telly, with CouchCoaster you can settle in and relax.
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