Portland Design Works Bar-ista Coffee Cup Holder

Portland Design Works Bar-ista Coffee Cup Holder
Portland Design Works Bar-ista Coffee Cup Holder
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Bar-ista Coffee Cup Holder by Portland Design Works
It's a fast paced world, take your morning jolt along for the ride with the stylish, alloy Portland Design Works Bar-ista Coffee Cup Holder. The clamp fits 26mm bars, and it's 8cm top diameter tapers slightly to securely hold most coffee cups and travel mugs.

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SKU: PDW0017
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