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Hands-Free Bag Carrier

By Grocery Gripps

$12.95

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Instead of straining your fingers with circulation-cutting bag handles, this nylon grocery bag carrier balances out the load and frees up your hands. Thread the grip through your bag handles. It’ll spread the weight evenly over stronger body parts—the shoulder or wrist—freeing you your hands and making bag carrying more comfortable.

  • Material: Nylon webbing
  • Care: Hand wash and hang dry
  • Instructions: Loop Gripp through bag handles and choose either wrist or shoulder mode to carry multiple bags
  • Velcro fasteners keep bags together
  • Evenly distributes weight over the entire surface of the grip
  • Handle allows use of stronger muscle groups, including wrist or shoulder rather than fingers
  • Tested to ensure that bag handles won’t break
  • Compact and flexible for easy storage
  • Versatile and easy-to-use
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 11" x 4" x 0.5"
  • Weight: 0.14 lb.

30 Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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2

NEVER USE IT

2/14/2019 by Patricia

Not that helpful.

2

works okay

7/26/2018 by Yvonne

I still can't carry a lot of weight, so, I only use this with 4 bags at a time

1

could not figure it out

7/23/2019 by Johanna

gave away to someone else who wanted to try it.

1

Waste of money

10/13/2018 by Teri

If I put all my bags on it, it’s too heavy to carry. If I put less on it, I might as well carry without it and save time putting them on.

1

Carpal Tunnel issue

9/26/2018 by MARTHA ANNE

Carrying packages by this strap around the wrist can lead to carpal tunnel issues. Be sure and do not allow the weight being carried by the inside of the wrists.More > < Less

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Tired of multiple trips to carry grocery bags?

About Grocery Gripps

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.