Okay, so we’ve bragged and bragged about how great this cup holder is. We’ve told you it’s a cup holder for wheelchairs, scooters, stadiums, airplanes, and office chairs. But how can that be?
When you receive your cup holder, the packagin is self contained. Around the sleeve of the cup holder (the part that mounts above the armrest) will be the packaging. Inside there will be two velcro straps, and two foam pads. Once you take these out you are ready for a quick and easy installation. First look at the pads. If you chairs has a high padded armrest, chances are you won’t need them, but if you have an armrest that’s relatively thin and not madded, you may need one or both of these pads. If you have an extra pad or pads, a few customers have let us know of two alternate uses. On is to cut the foam pad into two pieces (we don’t mind) and use them as gripping for beverages in the cup holder portion. One on the front high part, and another on the back high part, will give you extra cup holding strength. Another use for an extra pad (although it makes the cup holder harder to remove) is to put the foam pad on top of the velcro straps, to eliminate irritation from rubbing your arm continuously over the cup holder.
Now that you’ve got the foam pads where you want them, you’re ready to use the velcro staps. Insert the straps with the hook and loop sides facing outward. Position the cup holder on the armrest. Feed the straps through the hole and then up through the other side. Strap the cup holder down for a firm grip and you’re ready to go.
It’s that simple. Why not try it out for yourself?