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We’ve had some fantastic reviews. We thought we’d share some of them with you here!

The Tugo is a cup holder for your roll-along suitcase. The rubber holder hangs from the two extending bars that comprise the slide-out handle, and keeps the cup upright, letting you cruise across smooth airport concourses without spilling a drop. I gave up on rolling luggage after the Lady told me that it sapped me of my manliness (somebody else told me that my suitcase was the color of “a prosthetic limb”, which may also be a factor). If I was still toting a carry-on feminizer, though, instead of a testosterone-filled rucksack, I’d certainly grab one of these $10 holders. Heck, it would even be useful for holding rolled-up magazines or jackets, the kind of stuff you usually try to balance (in vain) on the top of the case.
Gadget Lab | Wired.com

On my recent trip, I tested the Tugo drinks holder. If you’ve never heard of it, it’s an ingenious little device that gives you an extra hand when you’re traveling with your laptop, hand luggage, purse or briefcase. If you’ve ever wondered what to do with your coffee while carrying 2 or 3 of these items, then the Tugo is the solution.
In testing, I found it useful not only when on the move in an airport, but also when I was unable to score a seat with a table. I was able to keep my drink right in front of me, instead of having to hold a hot coffee cup while waiting for it to be ready to drink. I’ve got mine stored with my carry-on so it will be ready for my next trip.
Taking off Travel blog

"It's one of those things you'd have never thought you needed. But now that it exists, you wonder how you lived without it. The tugo is a simple thing: a cupholder for your suitcase. Genius. We have them in our cars, even on strollers. So, why not suitcases? I suspect we've all tried to do it - rush from check-in, grab a coffee, juggle suitcase, laptop, tickets, and cup all the way up to the gate. The end result is usually an explosive mess - the last thing you need just before a long-haul flight."
Been-Seen | Tugo To Go

"I’m in love with a new travel gadget – the TuGo Luggage Drink Holder!" "I give the TuGo traveling drink holder a thumbs up, and can’t wait to show it off the next time I’m walking through the airport!"
The Travelers' Lagniappe

When you’re on the go and barely have enough time to stop for a cup of coffee, let alone drink one, that’s when you need a caffeine boost the most. Dragging your luggage through the airport, bus terminal or city streets means you’ll need a third hand to carry your stuff and your coffee. While we don’t know of an surgeons willing to attach any extra limbs, we do have a much simpler solution. Tugo is a cup holder that attaches right to the handles of your rolling luggage and lets you keep your coffee close at hand… well at least until the TSA takes it away.
Incredible Things

"It's the little things—like, say, that steaming hot cup of coffee—that really make a trip to the airport bearable. That is, unless you're spilling said boiling liquid all over yourself while trying to juggle your bags, your wallet, and your boarding pass at the same time. Enter the TuGo Cup Holder, an ingenious little invention that holds your drink snugly between the upright handles on your rolling luggage and effectively gives you a much-needed extra hand.
Why We Like It: Makes good use of a convenient—and otherwise unused—area of your luggage."
SmarterTravel.com | The 10 Most Useful Travel Gifts Under $30

"I admit it. I drink too much coffee. Especially when I'm traveling. It's one of the little things that helps take the sting out of out schlepping my bags through an airport or hotel. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to wheel my bags through the terminal with my laptop bag swinging from my shoulder without spilling my coffee. Luckily now, I don't have to worry about that. I just came across a pretty nifty little product that solves that problem." "Cups full of liquid automatically swivel to remain upright when a bag is moved. Presto--a free hand finally for digging out the passport! Simple, cheap ($9.95!) and effective. What more could a business traveler want?"
About.com: Business Travel | An Extra Hand at the Airport

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