Finally — a place for a quick bite
Provide on-the-road dining and snacking support with this easy-to-install Car Headrest Snack Pail.
A simple solution
For an extra helping hand
Our Car Headrest Snack Pail is built from black PE plastic that lasts for forever.
Decent support space
Our pail measures 3.3” x 7.7” x 3.3” (L x W x D) to help support one beverage and some snacks.
Three levels of hold
Get a higher or lower level of hold with three installation holes. All you have to do is slide your headrest poles into the hole level you desire.
Hold drinks + snacks
Cars, sadly, are not designed like airplanes with seatback tables. But you can install a quick snack-holding solution with this pail.
Great for everyday use
From road trips to everyday after-school pickups, this latch-on pail helps hold refreshments for everyone in the family.
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Attached effectively, but not super sturdily, to my headrest. For cars with taller seats the mount is pretty high. My son had to stand on his tiptoes to reach the bottle, and once he filled it up I was worried it would spill.
Works nicely…perfect for back seat drinker!
Great for my Subaru Crosstrek since the only cup holders are in the doors. No tipping to spill with this cup holder. BUT, the headrest won't lock into the final notch with this in place.
Works great in my Yukon in the middle row seats. I do not have any places for grandchildren to put their drinks when the back seat is full with car seats and boosters.
These work great. Having three kids in the back of a truck means there are not any cup holders for them. These are very sturdy and the kids love them!
Worked awesome! The size is perfect to hold everything my kid needs: water bottle, little toys. This is really a family friendly design.
Everything is fine, it is attached conveniently
Overall, I'm satisfied with this cup holder. It does, indeed, hold cups. The little plastic nubs that connect to the straps to hold it in place broke with casual pressure from a backpack within a couple weeks of use. I was able to drill 1/4 inch holes at those locations and put small screws and washers through to replace them, and it's back in good working order.