The Drink Holder Everyone Needs for a Lazy Weekend

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CouchCoaster is giving “Hold my beer,” a whole new meaning. There are three things you have to take to the couch before a Netflix binge night. Snacks, water, and a nice warm blanket.

The most important out of these three is a drink. The least your lazy butt can do while watching Yellowstone all day is hydrate. If your recliner, sectional, or designated TV chair doesn’t have a cupholder, you need to check out Amazon for the ultimate drink holder.




  • Mug handle slot
  • One-size-fits-all

This one-size-fits cupholder is needed in all living rooms. Sometimes I’m too lazy to reach for the coffee table to grab a drink. You or someone else in your life needs this. Does your husband not use the coasters on the coffee table? Make him use a CouchCoaster so he can keep it on the armrest. The CouchCoaster is perfect for the whole family. People sitting on the end of the couch finally have a spot for their soda on the couch arm.

You can use it on sofa arms, seat cushions, or drape it over the backrest of your couch. Put coffee cups, tumblers, and cans in this adjustable holder. (There’s a clever slot for cup handles.) Its tacky base and BPA-free silicone body will be sure to have a snug fit to hold your drink. If you’ve been dreaming of an easy reach for your mocha or beer, this gadget will be a game-changer for you.

I mean, if you’re going to sit on the couch all day and do nothing, make sure you don’t have to put much effort into anything, right? I’m adding this to my wishlist right now!

If you have a small living room and don’t want a coffee table or end table, this an ideal alternative for tables and drink coasters. Prevent knocks and spills with a new CouchCoaster for your fabric and leather sofas.

This post was originally published on November 29, 2019.

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