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Attach to the edge of desks or shelves to securely hold drinks and other things
Materials: ABS, Metal
Size: 7.9x4x1.85 inches / 20x10x4.7 cm (L*W*H)
Weight: 0.18kg (6.3 oz)
Save Desk Space amp; Keep Organized and Tidy
A smart way to organize the small kits like USB cable, earphone cable, pens, or others small things
Not annoyed with the drink cup fall down and soak you paper, fill, computer keyboard any more
Where does the Cup Holder Clip ideal to Clamp?
- Desk, Table, Shelf, Chair, Balcony Rail, Potted plant cup saucer clip
- Could be used in office, classrooms, cybercafe, hospitals and on transport such as buses and trains
DO NOT OVERLOAD (Max.24oz. 700g) and cups of more than 7.5 cm in dia.
DO NOT attach to desk/ shelf thicker than 1.49 inch/ 38mm
Some cups or mugs with handles may be not suit for the Cup Holder Clip
Ensure the drinking cup holder clip is firmly attached to the desktop or shelf before use
The color may show a little difference from the pictures in the listing
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