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When it’s time to feed the shop dog or to drag that bag of oil dry-sweep to the next oil spill, try attaching the Bag Grabbit bag handle — it’ll help you lift and carry unwieldy bags up to 50 pounds.

Just place one half of the two-piece plastic handle against the bag, fold the bag over, and slide the second half over the first.  You can even store bags by hanging them from the handle.  The Bag Grabbit works best with plastic bags, but it’ll also work with some paper bags. How about attaching a handle at each end and cutting that load in half?

Street pricing on the Bag Grabbit is about $7.

Bag Grabbit [CBC Products]
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3 Responses to Take Hold Of Your Bags

  1. Pepster says:

    Really? This counts as a tool?

    Feed, Seed, Salt, etc are sold in 50 lb bags because they’re relatively easy to lift and move for the average adult.

  2. Pepster:

    I’d say I’m an average adult and I really like salt and seed bags that have handles over plain old square bags. They’re about 10X easier to pick up without straining your back.

    I don’t think this is to much of a stretch, but at $7 it is a little pricey considering it’d be nice to have half a dozen for closing and carrying already opened bags.

  3. BigEdJr says:

    You could probably attach this to the side of a bad and use it to empty a bag more easily too. But yeah, $7 is maybe a little too much.

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