Posted by Z3 MEDIA STAFF on 07/20/2016

Story courtesy of Blue Heron Communications

MIAMI - The new TackleWebs® Hook and Loop Cup Holder brings an end to plastic folding cup holders that retain water, rot in the sun and crack when they are bumped.

Large enough to hold a 30-ounce Yeti® Rambler™, the Hook and Loop Cup Holder is made from marine-grade, weather-resistant materials and can be easily attached to most flat surfaces and installed in tight spots. The cup holder comes ready to install with easy peel and stick marine-grade hook-and-loop fasteners which eliminate drilling into hulls and the need for back access for through bolts. Just clean the mounting surface, peel off the adhesive cover and press to the mounting surface. Unlike unreliable suction cups that warp and lose their hold within a short period of time, the adhesive on the back of the hook and loop fasteners contains proprietary glue that will adhere securely to almost any surface. The marine-grade proprietary glue will last for years even in the harshest, wettest conditions.

Although its primary purpose is to hold cups, the patent-pending design of the TackleWebs Hook and Loop Cup Holder allows water to drain from the cup holder, which makes it ideal for other objects like cell phones, wallets, sunglasses, keys or pliers.

The Hook and Loop Cup Holder weighs less than three ounces and features a compact design that allows it to be installed just about anywhere inside a boat. Whether it is on the side of a center console, inside of a windshield or the underside of a console, the new Hook and Loop Cup Holder from TackleWebs is a great addition to any boat. With an MSRP of $14.99, there is no reason not have multiple cup holders strategically placed in the boat, vehicle or shop.

Headquartered in Miami, Florida, TackleWebs manufactures high quality, affordable storage solutions that are made in the USA and designed to create additional storage space onboard marine vessels. TackleWebs are made from marine-grade weather-resistant materials and can be installed on T-tops, seats, kayaks, drift boats, milk crates, pontoon walls, polling/casting platforms and many other places. For more information go to www.tacklewebs.com.