Phone 'n' Coffee Holder

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Phone 'n' Coffee Holder by Fl3tchrocks Feb 18, 2013
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An all in one phone, coffee and Oyster card thing designed to help you navigate the office or Tube while having a hand free. A design for a competition that I didn't end up winning.


Untested as yet.

If you do make one, let me know how it works. Cheers.

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That's a funny thing! So, as you didn't win the competition, what was the winning concept?

It is a funny thing, still cracks me up when I look at it! It was for this competition:


The winner was some elastic band firing pen holder/cup thing. To be honest it was way better than my amusing effort. Plus, I hadn't touched SketchUp for 5 years so that's my excuse.