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I've been looking to find if there are any inserts for the front cup holders.Putting a 44oz or my standard coffee travel mug in the holder bounces around while driving. I'd like to have it stationary in place.
Has anyone seen or purchased an item that would wok?

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I bought this one. It works ok - but had to silicone glue a river rock to give it some weight, otherwise when turning sharp turns it would tumble out.

 

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Come to think of it, my daily coffee cup (plastic travel cup) also moves around a bit. I often keep my hand over it out of habit.
 

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Alright sports fans, this is what I use, it fits perfect in the Passport cup holder, the handle clears the top of the console, keeps your drink hot for hours, is completely spill proof, easy to use, for either right or left handed drinking, has a lock on it and cleans up very well as the inner part of the Lid unsnaps..

 
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Has anyone found a better solution for this? I'm tempted to make one myself. It's sad that Honda did not offer this as their engineers should have followed what most other car companies add standard. My coffee cups, even the larger ones I pick up from my local gas stations, flop around in the oversized holders. They were made big enough to allow silicone inserts to be made. It looks unfinished and cheap and fails to function as a secure cup holder.
 

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Has anyone found a better solution for this? I'm tempted to make one myself. It's sad that Honda did not offer this as their engineers should have followed what most other car companies add standard. My coffee cups, even the larger ones I pick up from my local gas stations, flop around in the oversized holders. They were made big enough to allow silicone inserts to be made. It looks unfinished and cheap and fails to function as a secure cup holder.
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Has anyone found a better solution for this? I'm tempted to make one myself. It's sad that Honda did not offer this as their engineers should have followed what most other car companies add standard. My coffee cups, even the larger ones I pick up from my local gas stations, flop around in the oversized holders. They were made big enough to allow silicone inserts to be made. It looks unfinished and cheap and fails to function as a secure cup holder.
Have you thought about something like this?


Or perhaps this for the insulated personal cups.

 

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I've got two sleeves that are very similar. They however came on the two cups that I bought. They are made by Reduce and fit perfectly in the holders.

 
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