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TableCoaster – Daily Living Aid

(Based on the users needs, lifestyle and preferences.)

Item Description:
The TableCoaster creates a stable base for most drinks so that it cannot be knocked. It has a rubberised base to ensure it sticks firmly to any clean, smooth surface and it really does stick firmly; I’ve wanted to move mine on occasion and it’s been quite a challenge to break the suction and reposition them! It has a removable insert and a cutaway for a handle, meaning it can be used for narrow or tall drinks (such as a can or a tall glass) and wider drinks (such as a mug or a pint glass).

Source of Item:

Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (hEDS), Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTS), Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH), Migraine, Chronic Urticaria & Autism

Personal Opinion:

These drink holders were life changing for me and, perhaps more importantly, my carpets. I have significant coordination issues and because I live in a relatively small Victorian terrace, I’m also often moving around in fairly tight spaces. After having knocked what felt like the millionth can of diet coke onto the floor requiring me to get on my hands and knees with the kitchen roll to mop it up, I decided enough was enough and scoured Amazon for a solution.

I now have two of these; one on my over-bed table that would be otherwise impossible to hold a drink as it does not move smoothly on my bedroom carpet, tending to jolt which would send an unsupported drink flying; the other on my second bedside table where a spilt drink would cause a huge, fiddly mess when I’m least awake. The removable section is brilliant, as it can be used for both tall or narrow drinks, and then once removed a mug of your favourite brew with its ingenious handle cut-out.

I’m yet to find fault with this product, other than the fact that my favourite Emma Bridgewater mugs don’t fit because of their particularly large bottoms, but that’s an issue with the mugs more than the TableCoaster, so I think we can forgive it for that.

I have even started considering using my TableCoaster on the tray of my wheelchair so that if I have visitors I can position my chair in the best place for conversation, without having to worry about finding a nearby surface to hold my mug of tea!

The TableCoaster could be useful to anyone who has issues with coordination, tremors, or balance issues. In fact, most people could probably make use of one somewhere in their life! Whether it’s a busy parent who needs somewhere secure to leave a hot drink or someone who needs a safe place to put their drink on their desk where they can be sure it can’t be spilt on import paperwork or equipment.




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