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Cup holder device










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7278619.

A cup holder device includes a fixed case, a movable case capable of moving between a stored position stored in the fixed body and a drawn-out position projecting forward from an opening of the fixed body, and a cup holder capable of moving between a stored position stored in the movable case and a use position projecting forward from an opening of the movable case. A coupling member is provided on the movable case and pivotally supported such that a projection at one end engages the cup holder in the stored position and a claw at the other end engages the fixed case in the drawn-out position. The coupling member is normally urged toward the fixed case.








 
 
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