Description:Commuters on buses and trains don't have cup holders, and so they are left with the balancing act of holding their travel mug in one hand, while trying read the paper or work on their laptops with their other hand. This sucks, causes spills, and is super uncomfortable. Commuters need something that's compact and foldable that can then open and attach comfortably to their knee (or another body part?) that will securely hold travel mugs of different sizes.
Wants:- Something that is light and can be folded away in the commuter's bag or backpack and not take a lot of space.
- Something that accommodates a variety of travel mug widths and heights.
#4 Cup Holder by jnatzic
This is a cup holder designed to fit around the lower leg of a sitting person. The black bands are elastic to secure the device to the leg just under the knee. The green band is also elastic and is used to secure the drink to the device. The red attachment on the bottom of the device folds up and down to fit in compact places. Being that the drink is secured with elastic it may be possible to use this device while walking as long as you have a container with a lid.
#6 Knee Holder by Tsetso
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