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    Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    Hi guys, anyone have any good ideas to anchor a little counter top coffee maker in place so I don't have to stow it for travel? I realize I'll have to stow the glass pot itself but I would like to anchor the coffee maker on the counter. Just looking for unique ideas anyone might have. I did some searching on the form but not finding anything yet.

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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    A number of years ago fellow Heartland owner Betty D. Gave us a small sheet of a black rubbery pad. About an eighth thick.
    Our Kuerig has been on this sheet on the shelf ever since. No pot to worry about but the machine doesn't move.
    I've seen rolls of this stuff at Wal-Mart in the kitchen utensil area. Check it out.

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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    A number of years ago fellow Heartland owner Betty D. Gave us a small sheet of a black rubbery pad. About an eighth thick.
    Our Kuerig has been on this sheet on the shelf ever since. No pot to worry about but the machine doesn't move.
    I've seen rolls of this stuff at Wal-Mart in the kitchen utensil area. Check it out.

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    Thanks, yes I know exactly what you are talking about, might just be that simple, I guess I could give it a try and see if the coffee pot stays in place.

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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    We put ours in the sink.



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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gaffer View Post
    We put ours in the sink.

    Yeah we do that now, was just looking for a way to keep in where we use it. It's a little thing but just one more setup task we don't have to do... lol.

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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    Scoot Guard is a brand name. We found some at local hardware store.
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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    I just put mine on the sofa no big deal
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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    Look at something like this:
    https://www.campingworld.com/super-grips--black-17785.html?cgid=tvs-dvd-players#start=16&cgid=electronics%2Faudio-video%2Ftvs-dvd-players%2Ftv-dvd-accessories-hardware

    These are grips that one piece is on the counter and the other section on the appliance. They do work for us.
    I found the ones we have at Camping World but have seen them at Walmart, Lowes ETC....


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    Re: Ideas for holding coffee pot in place during travel?

    Ours just sits on the counter
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    Our electric teakettle rides along on the counter


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