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A low-tech solution to a coffee conundrum

Not sure how to juggle your coffee along with everything else you need to carry? Try the Beverage CADDi, a simple nylon sleeve that can make your life a bit easier.

All you have to do is move your little finger. Barbco

As awesome as the kitchen is, sometimes you have to leave it. And if you've invested in a great home coffeemaker, you've got a cup of great coffee ready to go with you--but perhaps your hands are too full to carry your joe. What do you do?

Whip out your Beverage CADDi, of course, and off you go. The CADDi is a fun new gadget that does one thing really well: it lets you hold onto a drink with one finger.

Here's how it works: instead of the thick cardboard sleeve the coffee shop places on your cup to let you carry it without scalding your hand, the CADDi is a sleeve made from soft vinyl, with nylon strings secured to it. You slip the sleeve onto any tapered coffee cup, all the way up to the rim, and slip the strings over your finger, as shown.

Choose from 10 designs, and snag one for just $5.50.