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For those of you like myself that hate trying to find a good place to lay your water bottle when flying I have come across these and tested it out the other day and feel it's a perfect for filling the lack of a cupholder in our plane.

https://www.boatoutfitters.com/suction-cup-folding-cup-holder?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI95CK56zy5gIVUPDACh2GHA37EAQYBSABEgI1nPD_BwE#93=94

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That looks like a good one, where did you mount it?  

My solution was found by accident.  I put a life preserver behind the passenger seat, and snug it underneath the passenger seat (the preserver is in case I run into trouble over Long Island Sound, etc)... the life preserver acts like a "plug" filling the dead space underneath the seat and slightly behind it.  I place my water bottle right behind the passenger seat now.  It's a good stop gap until I find a solution like yours.

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If your water bottle is not to big, and it doesn't leak, it will lay nicely right in front of the seat. It provides easy access while in flight.

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1 hour ago, AGLyme said:

That looks like a good one, where did you mount it?  

My solution was found by accident.  I put a life preserver behind the passenger seat, and snug it underneath the passenger seat (the preserver is in case I run into trouble over Long Island Sound, etc)... the life preserver acts like a "plug" filling the dead space underneath the seat and slightly behind it.  I place my water bottle right behind the passenger seat now.  It's a good stop gap until I find a solution like yours.

Just suctions onto the window! 

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49 minutes ago, Tom Baker said:

If your water bottle is not to big, and it doesn't leak, it will lay nicely right in front of the seat. It provides easy access while in flight.

Mine always rolls forward down to to the rudder pedals.

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