Grocery Gripps

Hands-Free Bag Carrier Case of 12

9 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Trouble free carrying

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Went to the Southern Women's show and took this along. Needed it because Vendors give many goodies away. Saves your shoulders and your wrist from carrying multiple bags.

5

Great bag carrier

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This product was great for a 67 year-old mom who no longer has the use of her right hand and arm. I love them. They make me feel useful again.

5

where was this gadget 50 years ago???

by

Well, maybe 25 yrs or so. I have to climb stairs from the garage and I carry an oxygen concentrator. As I shop almost every day it really made me happy to find this handy tool. I recommend this one wholeheartedly...

5

Great idea and product!

by

Easy to use!

5

Carry it all in one trip!

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I love this. It makes taking the groceries in the house a one trip adventure!

5

Very useful

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Converted three loads up the steps into one trip. Weight distribution was fine.

5

Only way to carry groceries

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These grocery straps are great tool for getting them all inside. We have a detached garage and it's was a pain going back and forth carrying grocery bags. Now my husband can usually get all the bags at one time. I bought him 2. He said they were one of the best small gifts I have given him! you can't beat that compliment!

4

Did what it says...

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You can definitely carry multiple bags... but if they're heavy bags, make multiple trips!

3

Okay, but not great.

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The Grocery Grips are okay, they do help you carry several bags at once, but grouping the bags together just makes them that much heavier to carry.

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The Grocery Gripps Story

Tired of multiple trips to carry grocery bags?

Fewer Trips

This grocery bag carrier lets you carry many bags, comfortably. Cut down on trips from the car or make urban grocery hauling easier.

The simple nylon-webbed strap balances weight evenly over your shoulder and wrist—so you can carry more. You’ll even be able to hold your phone or keys while your wrists and shoulders to do the heavy lifting. And by heavy lifting, we’re talking up to 200 pounds.

Maker Patrick Hopple wanted to prevent that infamous circulation-cutting finger strain and—what he calls—the “bend and wait.” It’s that awkward pose where you wait with your fingers lingering on your
bags.

Thread the grip through you bag handles, then bring the fasteners together to carry them seamlessly from the store to the car or bus to the house.
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