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Not a fan..

12/27/2016 by Jackie

I purchased this and loved it... until it slid off the arm of the couch with a drink in it. Fortunately it was seltzer so no real damage, but it's fallen off several times since then; this morning it was just lying on the floor, after someone got off the couch and brushed against it. It's shiny and very slippery on the bottom, and I can't figure out why it wouldn't have a surface with more grip to it. So I just use it to hold a remote, until it falls off and the remote goes flying. I have a regular couch from Ikea, that looks just like the couches in the photos, so I have no idea why it works for others and not for me.
Very disappointed and frustrated!


Not a hit with me!

10/12/2016 by theresa

I'm in the process of returning it, didn't like it at all, not particularly functional.


Better have a very wide armrest

10/9/2016 by Dee

These sounded great in theory but they didn't work for either our couch or armchairs. The arms have to be very wide for the device to sit flat and stable. Our chairs and couch arms looked wide but the device still wobbled.


Did not like

10/6/2016 by Barbara

It fell when the chair was reclined



10/5/2016 by Brenda

This is not as presented. The soft, floppy part is the one that has the cutout for a cup handle. The hard inner part works well if the only thing you want to use is a glass. It is nearly impossible to get the hard part separated from the floppy part. And even if it was easy to separate, it would be too much of a hassle to do it each time you had a different cup or glass.

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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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