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
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
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
Every time I leave on a business trip, I strive to take the least amount possible so I don’t have to check my bag. Inevitably, I end up walking through the airport juggling my rollerbag, laptop bag, purse, coffee, snacks, books, etc. I’m loving this little gadget that provides my coffee a non-spill spot to rest as I run to the next gate for my connection.
— Travel Gizmos | Work Shoe Blisters
The innovative Tugo drink holder straddles the handle of a roller bag to become the third hand to hold your Starbucks as you're running to your gate. The flexible design means that the cup stands upright even as you tilt the bag.
— Peter Greenberg: Gadget Guy Phil Baker on Gadgets Galore at Annual Travel Goods Show
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
"TuGo Cup Holder, an invention that holds your drink snugly between the upright handles on your rolling luggage and effectively gives you a much-needed extra hand."
— ABC News
"While you careen hands-full through Terminal C in an attempt to make your flight, the Tugo drink holder will keep your venti half-caff safely suspended between the extended handles of your wheely bag. A definitely conversation starter, especially if you're looking to pick up platinum-medallion-class business ladies."
— Maxim Magazine