Timber Ridge provided the XL Padded Zero Gravity chair for review.
Timber Ridge XL Padded Zero Gravity chair
This period has been hot, hazy and humid. Hot here is high 80s to high 90s. Along with a humidity of 85-90%. I will look at the cup holder, and how I used the Timber Ridge XL Padded Zero Gravity chair.
Being left-handed, I noticed the mounting hardware for the cup is on the right side. The cup holder mounting bracket is mounted on a support arm. It appears the support arm on the right and left side are the same. This is not a big deal, but having the option of a cup holder on the left would be nice for left-handed people and those who have lost use of their right hand.
I can position the cup holder in two positions, vertical for the sitting position of the chair and tilted for when the chair is in recliner mode.
The inside diameter and height of the cup holder is about 3.5 in (8.9 cm). There is a slot on the cup holder to accommodate cups with handles.
I looked around my house and found only two cups that did not fit the cup holder. One was an old style Dunkin-Donuts plastic coffee cup, and the other was a clear plastic cup that was a little too big. I also tried cups and water bottles of various heights. I had a handless coffee cup that was 11 in height and a water bottle was also about 11 in (27.9 cm) height and it held a Liter of fluid. I would not want to use cups more than 11 in (27.9 cm) high in this holder.
I am a left hander that can use my right hand for this kind of maneuvering. I have tried using the cup while sitting and while in the extended position. I had no problems.To read more please click here.