KassWinns LCBK Marine Liquid Caddy Beverage Holder
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- Designed to attach almost anywhere
- Just pull and twist the bottom of the cup holder, it will increase in length and automatically adjust its inner diameter
- Insulated neoprene holder
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Liquid Caddy - Black - The Liquid Caddy comes with a variety of easily changeable mounting accessories, including a Velcro, strap for small and large diameter tubes and a triple suction cup mount. Features designed to attach almost anywhere just pull and twist the bottom of the cup holder, it will increase in length and automatically adjust its inner diameter.
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The suction mount has three good suction cups, so unlike most other suction cup mounts, this is not dependent on one suction cup.
If you don't like suction, there are Velcro straps (2-sizes, pictured), screw-in mounts for permanent mounting, and a solid bracket mount to go around a metal pole or station on a boat.
These are great for sailboats as the pivot on two axis. (I'm not sure what the plural for axis is!) But these cup-holders will accommodate severe heeling on sailboats.
Also, the various mounts are easily disconnected from the cup holder with a thumb screw so you could place the mounts at various places around your boat (white looks really good on our boat) and move your cup holder around with you if you change position.
They accommodate most beer/soda cans and bottles and .5 liter bottled water. Wider beverage containers will not fit.
There are 2 other ways to attach, but both the Velcro and the clip don't work for my boat set up - the suction cups were why I bought the holder on the first place. Definitely a 1st world problem - but disappointing none the less...
Mine broke on about the third use, while holding a medium cup of coffee. The break happened
where the hand screw attaches to the post; post just sheared right off. Really couldn't handle
the leveraged weight. I actually thought I was going to get a superior product by paying more.
It seems to me that only all-metal construction of the supporting hardware could withstand daily