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Couch Coasters Exist So We’re Never Pausing Our Favorite Show Again

We’ve all been there: You’re sitting on your cozy couch, watching your favorite movie or TV show, when you suddenly feel thirsty — with no drink in your hand. It’s not that your much-needed beverage is that far away from you. But it’s far enough that you have to pause your sense of complete coziness and comfort to fetch the drink on that table just out of reach. And when you finally get up and grab it, you realize you have nowhere to place it without the risk of spilling. (Ugh!)

This may be a small problem in the larger scheme of things, but we can all agree that it’s a major annoyance when it’s actually happening. Luckily, there’s finally a perfect, no-fuss solution: Meet the Couch Coaster.

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Couch Coaster ($25.00, Amazon)(Photo Credit: Amazon)

A one-size-fits-all drink holder, the Couch Coaster securely holds your drink while wrapping around the arm of your sofa, couch, armchair, or recliner. Made of a flexible, weighted, BPA-free silicone body with tacky base, this genius invention holds both hot and cold drinks, preventing pesky spills and stains — all while keeping your drink within arm’s reach. The best part? Even when you aren’t in the mood for a drink, you can still use the Couch Coaster for holding other important items — like the TV remote or your phone.

We don’t know about you, but we’re definitely having one of those, “Why didn’t we think of this?” moments right about now. Who needs an extra coffee table, anyway?

Next, take a look back at the classic movies from Hollywood’s “Golden Age” for inspiration for your next movie night:

h/t Delish

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