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  1. BEDSIDE BEVERAGE HOLDER Picture of BEDSIDE BEVERAGE HOLDER The Bedside Beverage Holder is a cup, can, or bottle hoder designed to clamp onto bed rails. This unit features a flexible holder arm and an adjustable clamp. DIMENSIONS: The arm is 11 inches long and the clamp adjusts to fit rails from 0.75 to 1 inch in diameter....[More Information]

  2. CLIP-ON DRINK HOLDER (MODEL F74575) The Clip-On Drink Holder, model F74575, is a plated steel spring clip attached to a rigid plastic holder designed to fit tubular furniture, wheelchairs, beds, etc. to support cups and mugs. The holder has a 2.75-inch inside diameter at the bottom and tapers to a large opening at the top. The two sides are notched out so that cups and mugs with handles can be accommodated. DIMENSIONS: Height of the holder is 3.5 inches....[More Information]

  3. Glass Holding Aid. ------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Aid to facilitate holding a glass by a person with limited grip. Illustrates device made by fastening a 1 by 6 inch aluminum strip, bent in a U, to a 2 inch hose clamp with rivets. The inside of the metal can be lined with a strip of soft rubber. SKILLS REQUIRED: Metalworking. AUTHOR: Independence Factory TITLE: How to Make it Cheap Manual: Volume 1 REF: Middletown, Ohio: Independence Factory: p 2 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R1181 PAGES (including cover): 2...[More Information]

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