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  1. CHAIRMATE CUP HOLDER/ASHTRAY HOLDER (MODEL F70622-0000) The Chairmate Cup/Ashtray Holder, model F70622-0000, is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs. The unit features a double-well cup holder and a removable ashtray. The deeper well has a pop-out bottom that accommodates most glasses and cups. The unit can be attached vertically or horizontally on the right or left side of any chair, metal frame-bed, or tubular frame wheelchair bar from 1/2 to 1.25 inches in diameter. DIMENSIONS (LxWxD): 7.75 x 6.25 x 1.75 in...[More Information]

  2. CLAMP-ON CUP HOLDER (MODEL 16C035) Picture of CLAMP-ON CUP HOLDER (MODEL 16C035) The Clamp-On Cup Holder, model 16C035, is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs. This device attaches to most wheelchairs. Once the attachment clip (included) is installed onto the chair, the cup holder itself can be removed as needed. There are no tools required. DIMENSIONS: Attachment clips fit 7/8 and 1 inch tubes....[More Information]

  3. CLIP-ON GLASS HOLDER (MODEL F74576) The Clip-on Glass Holder, model F74576, is a drink holder designed to be attached to a wheelchair frame, commode, or other tubular frame haveing a diameter of 0.75 to 1 inch. This helical spring-wound wire holder has a baked-on enamel finish and a plated clip. DIMENSIONS: 2 7/8 inch inside diameter x 3 inches high....[More Information]

  4. CUP HOLDER The Cup Holder is a wheelchair cup, glass, mug, or can holder designed to allow individuals who do not have the use of their hands to drink through a straw from his/her own cup without assistance. The plastic adjustable cup cradle is fixed to the top of a 10 mm stainless steel rod. The rod is mounted onto the wheelchair arm with a plastic connector. The cradle has two openings on either side for a mug handle and will accommodate a wide variety of drinking containers, allowing the user to use a p...[More Information]

  5. CUP HOLDER --- DO IT YOURSELF --- PURPOSE: To provide powered wheelchair users with the ability to carry beverages. A cup holder designed to clamp to an automotive air vent can be adapted for use on a wheelchair. Zip ties can be used to secure the holder squarely to the frame where it works best for the user. TITLE: Cup Holder. REF: http://www.wheelchairmodifications.org. The organization can also be reached at Wheelchair Modifications, 5533 A Pony Farm Drive, Richmond, VA 23227....[More Information]

  6. CUP HOLDER 1 Picture of CUP HOLDER 1 --- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with quadriplegia to drink independently. This cup holder is made using a flexible gooseneck microphone stand with fittings at each end, a machined clamp that fits the wheelchair armrest, a piece of black PVC drain collar, and fence wire. The PVC collar has a notch cut into the side of it to hold a thermal coffee cup, and a wire cage was added below to hold most juice bottles and soda cans. A piece of fencing wire is placed inside t...[More Information]

  7. DIESTCO UNIVERSAL CUP HOLDER Picture of DIESTCO UNIVERSAL CUP HOLDER The Dietsco Universal Cup Holder is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This holder attaches to the wheelchair or scooter armrest with the included mounting hardware....[More Information]

  8. DRINK HOLDER --- CUSTOM ADAPTATION --- PURPOSE: To provide a means for an individual with severe phyical disabilities to carry beverages. A chrome-plated curtain rod was used to make a vertical tube system that fits into brackets installed on a wheelchair. A horizontal crossbar supports a plastic container which, in turn, holds a cup or glass that the user can access with a straw. TITLE: Easels, Calling Systems and More. JOURNAL: TAD Journal. REF: Volume 24, Number 4, Summer 2004: P. 16-17. PAGES: 3 (includi...[More Information]

  9. DRINK HOLDER Picture of DRINK HOLDER The Drink Holder is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals with lower extremity, mobility or walking disabilities or spinal cord injury. The unit consists of a stainless steel frame with a clamping system for attaching to a chair, crutches or walker. The clamp has a rubber grommet to prevent scratching, along with an adjustable Velcro tightening strap. The holder can be carried in the user's wheelchair bag until it is needed. An insulated beverage jacket is included. It can al...[More Information]

  10. FREEDOM WHEELCHAIR CUP HOLDER Picture of FREEDOM WHEELCHAIR CUP HOLDER The Freedom Wheelchair Cup Holder is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs. Available for square or round tubing, this holder can also be used on scooters, walkers, rollators, and bed rails. The attached clamping mechanism tightens securely on any upright or horizontal tubing. To use, open the holder and adjust the holder's arms to hold 16- to 46-ounce cups, mugs, glasses or bottles with up to a four-inch diameter base. The holder closes flat when not in u...[More Information]

  11. HANDI-HOLDER Picture of HANDI-HOLDER Handi-Holder is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. The unit attaches to tubular areas of wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters to carry drinks and other items. The unit is removable without tools or fasteners from its mounting to allow accessibility for transfers. This rugged drink holder mounts securely at convenient locations on swing away footrests and other tubular areas. OPTIONS: Additional mounts and custom modifications. DIMENSIONS: Models a...[More Information]

  12. INGLIS DRINK-AIDE Picture of INGLIS DRINK-AIDE The Inglis Drink-Aide is a cup with holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs or who have limited upper body movement. Designed to enable independent hands-free drinking, this unit consists of a 28-ounce insulated water bottle; a long flexible, vibration-resistant drinking tube; and a universal clamp. The clamp enables the unit to be attached to a bed, a wheelchair, etc. OPTIONS: Extra drinking tubes....[More Information]

  13. LARGE CUPHOLDER WITH SQUARE WHEELCHAIR ATTACHMENT Picture of LARGE CUPHOLDER WITH SQUARE WHEELCHAIR ATTACHMENT The Large Cupholder with Square Wheelchair Attachment is a wheelchair cup holder with attachment designed for use by individuals with lower extremity and mobility disabilities, spinal cord injury and others who use wheelchairs. Designed for square tube wheelchair frames, this device attaches to either side of the chair and secures to wheelchair metal frame. To open the attachment door, the user folds the door down to form the base of the cup holder, and adjusts the arms to accommodate 16-ounce t...[More Information]

  14. MOTHER'S 3RD ARM Picture of MOTHER'S 3RD ARM Mother's 3rd Arm is a flexible, portable cup or baby bottle holder designed for use by children and adults with upper extremity disabilities. This device consists of a large cylinder affixed to a long flexible neck with a large clamp at the base. The adjustable clamp permits the device to be secured to the edges of tables or desks, the back of automobile seats, bed rails, or to the tubular frame of a stroller, wheelchair, or high chair. The cup or baby bottle is placed in the cylinder and the ne...[More Information]

  15. QUICK CADDY BEVERAGE HOLDER Picture of QUICK CADDY BEVERAGE HOLDER The Quick Caddy Beverage Holder is a wheelchair drink holder or cup holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs or walkers. This device consists of a strong stainless steel cage which mounts on any vertical or semi-vertical tube, rail, or pole using the attached flexible plastic mount with a hook-and-loop strap. The product comes with a foam "cozy" which securely holds soda cans or small water bottles. Without the cozy, the cage can carry larger 16-ounce glasses or larger water bo...[More Information]

  16. QUICK CAGE WATER BOTTLE HOLDER Picture of QUICK CAGE WATER BOTTLE HOLDER The Quick Cage Water Bottle Holder is a wheelchair drink holder or cup holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs, walkers or crutches. This stainless steel water bottle cage mounts to any vertical or horizontal tube, rail, or pole using an attached flexible plastic mount and a hook-and-loop strap. The unit includes a 21-ounce water bottle with the Twofish unlimited insignia....[More Information]

  17. ROBOCUP Picture of ROBOCUP The RoboCup is a cup, can or drink holder designed for use by people who use a walker, wheelchair or mobility scooter and other individuals with a disability that affects their ability to hold or grasp objects. This portable dual caddy can securely hold two drinks, two fishing poles, tools, gear and personal belongings such as a telephone, keys, glasses and flashlight. The unit attaches to wheelchairs, walkers, scooters, grab bars, hospital beds or golf carts using the integrated clamp. The Robo...[More Information]

  18. SAMMONS PRESTON CUP AND HOLDER FOR WHEELCHAIR (MODEL 1139) Picture of SAMMONS PRESTON CUP AND HOLDER FOR WHEELCHAIR (MODEL 1139) The Sammons Preston Cup and Holder for Wheelchair, model 1139, is a wheelchair drink holder with cup designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs. This device attaches to most wheelchairs, canes, and walkers. The unit features a cup with large open loop handle, snap on lid with opening, and two plastic coated spring clips for mounting. Once the attachment clip is installed onto the chair, the cup holder itself can be removed as needed. The cup holds up to 8 ounces of liquid and is dishw...[More Information]

  19. THIRST FREE Picture of THIRST FREE Thirst Free is a wheelchair drink holder designed to provide hands-free carrying of beverages for individuals with mobility disabilities. The adjustable, plastic device features a wide body with a plastic ring to hold the cup. Molded clamps at the top and bottom of the device secure it to the side rails of wheechairs, bed rails, and the front horizontal bars of walkers....[More Information]

  20. WHEELCHAIR BEVERAGE HOLDER (MODEL AD-500) Picture of WHEELCHAIR BEVERAGE HOLDER (MODEL AD-500) Clip on drink holder. Vinyl coated metal clips attach to wheelchair desk arms. Holder is lightweight plastic with adjustable Velcro closure to accommodate various sized containers....[More Information]

  21. WHEELCHAIR CUP HOLDER The Wheelchair Cup Holder is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs. This holder can be attached vertically or horizontally on the right or left side. Side opening enable the unit to accommodate mugs with handles....[More Information]

  22. WHEELCHAIR CUP HOLDER (MODEL F70622-0001) Picture of WHEELCHAIR CUP HOLDER (MODEL F70622-0001) The Wheelchair Cup Holder, model F70622-0001, is a wheelchair drink holder designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs. This unit also clamps to walkers, rollators, bed rails, and other tubular frames and is equipped with a large lever knob to secure the clamp. The attached plastic holder holds glasses, cans, bottles and it is slotted on two sides to accommodate cups with handles. The holder is is accessible for use by right- or left-handed users. DIMENSIONS: The holder is 3.5 inches hig...[More Information]

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