• Choose from two styles of poker table cup holders:
  • Please remember to always remove the drink and cup holder before folding the stroller.
  • Please remember to always remove the drink and cup holder before folding the stroller.
  • A convenient cup holder snaps into place on your favorite Vista or Cruz s.

Custom Accessories 91100 Black Large Cup Holder - 44 oz.Capacity

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This does what it is advertised to do. It holds a sippy cup (or similarly short, narrow bottle) like a champ. The cup holder is very short, as the picture shows. I tried putting my life factory glass water bottle in and its way too tall. I can prop it up against the sun shade but have to keep catching it as it slowly pivots down. I would NEVER put a coffee cup in here, even a small one since the cup holder is way too mobile and pivots too easily. Not only would it make a mess of your stroller but it would pour coffee all over the kid in the jump seat. It is better than nothing since this stroller has zero storage (also something I knew when I bought it), but it could be improved by making it deeper.

Having previously purchased the Universal Bottle Holder - with absolutely NO success...I would STRONGLY recommend this Phil & Teds Buggy Cup Holder instead. I use this daily when walking my dog with either a 500ml water bottle or my reusable hot drink bottle (which I bought when out with buggy to fit the holder) or when walking in town etc. with a hot chocolate/coffee etc. I am yet to find a general drink it does not hold (obviously except bottles that are too large - wide based 750ml/Litre bottles) and would only say it means you have to buy 'slightly' smaller bottled water/reusable bottle to fit into it, because the Buddy Cup Holder is slightly smaller overall than the Universal Bottle Holder. I was worried bottles would fall out of the smaller holder, but so far so good (unless on very rough terrain - tree stumps etc...like to see any holder manage that) and my daughter is now 21 months.


Home of The Original Spinning Wheel Cup Holder by ..

The development of the was a step in the cup holder's development. Servers would attach a tray that hooked over the car's side window, which needed to be left up a little for it to attach to. This gave a temporary table to hold drinks and food while eating in the car. The drive-in restaurant and encouraged the development of built-in tray tables; often, the inside of the lid, when folded down, had indentations to hold cups and cans, and were found in cars as early as the 1957 . These were sufficient to hold beverages when the car was stopped, but not while in motion.