There's A Very High Chance This Wine Glass Holder For The Shower Will Change Your Life

SipCaddy is the ultimate bathroom accessory

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You've had an extremely stressful week. Do you A, take a lovely, long bath to soothe your aches and pains away? Or B, down your sorrows with a large glass of wine?

Here's the thing: both are excellent options. So why waste time dithering over which one to choose? Do both! At the same time!

Introducing the SipCaddy, which is here to solve all your smashed-red-wine-glass-on-bathroom floor woes. The creators came up with a cup holder meant for cans, bottles, cups, and wineglasses — even those with stems.

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Which is genius in and of itself, but the cup holder is also attached to a heavy-duty suction cup. The contraption can then stick to non-porous surfaces made of plastic, ceramic, metal, glass, and mirrored material, and it is capable of holding up to seven pounds - for when it's been a particularly bad week.

Invented by a pair of brothers in the US, the cup holder only costs $13.95 (£8.91) and is ideal for lazy people everywhere.

Carson, from Atlanta, who has a degree in economics from Georgia State University told MailOnline: 'I always joked around about drinking beer in the shower. When I researched it, there wasn't even a quality portable cup holder out there.

The company warn on their website that users may have to experiment with their cup holder and surface to find the best stick (they also advise against using glass).

They write: 'Even though we have the best suction cup, it still has to be applied properly and maintained like anything that involves a suction cup. We have found that giving it a little tiny lick or drop of moisture helps maintain the suction even better.

'In bathroom environments, condensation and moisture on the surfaces may eventually weaken the suction.'

The best bit? You don't have to stick to alcohol.

Chocolate milkshake? Sure.

Deep-fried chicken? Why the hell not.

For more information visit SipCaddy.com

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