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The Bag Grabber is a compact, portable device that you can use to help you carry up to six bags at a time. If you use two of these devices at once, you'll be able to carry up to 12 bags without making multiple trips. This triangle-shaped tool is ideal for carrying grocery bags, but you can use it to carry bags of any type or even shoes or skates with laces. When needed, you'll be able to quickly slide individual bags or other items on or off.
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To add bags to your Bag Grabber, simply slide each one up the small slide that you'll find at the slightly open end. There are different notches along each device that enable it to hold up to six bags at a time, so make sure each bag is resting within a notch. To do so, you'll need to push your first bag as far along the device as it can go, and then the next one almost as far, and so on.
After you've got all your bags securely positioned within your Bag Grabber, the tool's one-way lock will prevent them from falling off as you walk or even climb up stairs. You can hold each Bag Grabber in one hand as you would an ordinary bag handle, or attach it to a shopping cart or baby stroller if you've got one of those with you.
When you're ready to remove your first bag from your grabber tool, slide it off in the same way you slid it on, except you'll be moving it in the opposite direction. Follow suit with your other bags whenever you're ready—each will stay put in its notch until you're ready to remove it.
This device will hold any bag with a handle, regardless of its size or shape. If you want to, you'll even be able to attach one or more purses or handbags to it in order to make the load you have to carry more manageable. If you've got running shoes or any other footwear with laces, you'll also be able to tie the laces around your grabber tool and carry multiple pairs that way, too.
The Bag Grabber comes in four different colors, including white, black, bright blue and red, so you can choose the shade you like best or the one that best matches most of your bags. These tools come in sets of two of the same shade, so you'll always have one to carry in each hand, if necessary.
Each of these tools is lightweight, meaning that it won't add a bunch of extra weight to your load along with the bags you need to carry. However, each is also made of durable plastic that will be unlikely to crack or chip. If you never add less than 50 pounds to each, which is the approximate maximum weight that each is supposed to hold, each tool will likely stay intact for years.
The Bag Grabber has been designed with ergonomics in mind, so yours will feel comfortable in your hand, even if you've loaded it to the max with six shopping bags. It'll also take pressure off your hands and wrists that would be present if you were to just carry bags on their own without the help of this tool.
These devices have all been made in the USA, which means certain safety and labor standards, which tend to be higher than those of some other countries, have always been followed throughout the manufacturing process.
If you attempt to carry a handful of shopping bags by just their handles, you might end up carrying them awkwardly, causing them to spill all over your car or driveway. The Bag Grabber will help you carry them in an organized manner that keeps them upright at all times, though, so you won't have to deal with a big mess. You also won't have to head back to the store to replace groceries or other items that have been damaged due to falling out of their bags.
One of these grabber tools will be helpful at all times, but they're especially ideal in the rain when you don't want to make too many trips outdoors for more bags. With two of these, you'll be able to carry up to 12 bags at once, while you may only be able to handle four without the tool's assistance. Not only will these reduce the number of trips you need to make, you'll also be able to carry your bags in a way that will help prevent you from falling on the slippery ground.
Many people will choose to carry each Bag Grabber in one hand, but these tools can also be attached to virtually anything. If you're walking along with a baby carriage or a shopping cart, you might find it advantageous to attach your tool to that. This will keep your bags safe and within your reach while giving your arms some relief at the same time. If you often cycle to the store, you can even attach a Bag Grabber or two to your bike—just make sure that they're out of the way of your pedals.
It's stated that each Bag Grabber will hold more than 50 pounds, but since the number 50 is specifically given, it should be assumed that one won't hold much more than that. Therefore, if you've already attached two bags that are full of extremely heavy items, you shouldn't add four more bags to a particular Bag Grabber to give you a maximum of six. Otherwise, if you were to end up with around 100 pounds hanging on one grabber tool, it could crack and break, sending your bags to the ground.
Using a Bag Grabber will enhance your comfort level while you're carrying bags, and will enable you to distribute your load more evenly, but the tool won't actually make you stronger. Consequently, if you're just not physically strong enough to carry 12 bags at once, one of these tools won't allow you to do so. In fact, if you're not physically strong, you should be careful with how many bags you add to your tool, as you don't want to end up dragging them along instead of lifting them.
If you're going to be using two Bag Grabbers during a particular shopping trip, don't put all your heavy bags on one and all your lighter bags on the other. If you have an uneven load like this, one arm may fatigue more quickly than the other and you could develop an uncomfortable lean while walking. Of course, there are some exceptions to the importance of carrying an even load—if one arm is sore or injured already, you should be making the other one do most of the work.
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