We’ve had some fantastic reviews. We thought we’d share some of them with you here!
"...it’s exactly the luggage cup holder travelers need."
An "inexpensive investment and an easy gift for the traveler who has everything."
— Travel Tips - USAToday.com
You've got your Acela ticket in one hand and your iPhone in the other, so adding a cuppa joe to the equation sounds like a recipe for spillage. Strap a Tugo holder between the handles of a rolling bag and you'll give new meaning to the term "hands-free device."
— Express Night Out | Coffee Hounds Accessorize
How do you know if a travel gadget is worth giving? It ought to make at least one tiny aspect of a trip less aggravating, or save time, or money, or some combination. The item should be easy to use, easy to pack, and should easily pay for itself. Above all, the gizmo must be so practical or cool that it’ll provoke looks of undisguised admiration from fellow travelers, several of whom will ask where they can get one ...
Gadget #3: Tugo Suitcase Cup Holder, $9.95
Flight attendants see plenty of travel gadgets come and go, and one gizmo that’s been getting good word of mouth among them and other frequent travelers is the Tugo Traveling Drink Holder. If you’ve dealt with detachable cup holders you know they don’t often detach easily once installed, and the Tugo gets high marks both for its simple tie-between-the-handles set-up and easy stowage. Preventing a drink from spilling is, of course, central to a cup holder’s job description, and by all accounts, it does its job ...
— FoxNews.com | Five Travel Gadgets Worth Giving
"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
Most people seem to be pulling a rollaboard bag today and most of those have dual vertical supports for the handle. If that is you, the tugo has just the gadget you’ll want to investigate. With just a couple quick twists of its straps, the tugo hangs between your bag’s vertical handles and gives you a spill resistant cradle for your drink.
— National Travel Technology | Examiner.com
"'On-board comfort is increasingly important. Anything that helps make that part of your trip easier is important, given the changes in amenities offered by the airlines today.' To wit: Fli's TuGo cup holder attaches to a roll-on bag handle, so travelers can sip and pull."
— Washington Post
In a nutshell: APPROVED.
A hot accessory for today’s jet-setting coffee to-go generation, the tugo is a novel contraption that is sure to turn heads. If only airlines rolled out the cup holders in economy cabins to avoid coffee spills during turbulence! Then again, if only coffee in the air tasted as good as on the ground…
— Terminal U | Air Travel News
Of course, if you then grab a cup of coffee, the juggling act begins all over again, which is where the tugo ($8.95) drink holder comes in handy. Made of flexible molded plastic, the unit features a cup-sized ring and two keyhole-style straps that can be secured to the handles of most rollaboard bags. It swivels to avoid spillage and can be popped off and put in a side pocket when not in use.
— TODAYshow.com | New gear for cash-strapped travelers