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You guys were right on target with your guesses. The design of the One Trip Grip grocery bag holder is simple, but the idea goes a long way when you’re making the dreaded multiple trips from your car to your kitchen when taking groceries inside. It holds up to 50 pounds so you can carry multiple bags at once with ease.

One Trip Grip Grocery Bag Holder

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16 Responses

  1. Charles Irion says:

    Not sure what I think of these.

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  3. Lyn says:

    This is a better idea than slinging all those bags all the way up your arm & then not being able to move! I'm not sure I would buy it though.

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  4. Linda says:

    What a good idea! That is, if it were reasonably prices.

  5. Pawleys says:

    shameful that it is holding PLASTIC bags and not reusable bags. HGTV should know better

    • Pat says:

      I agree. That was my first thought! I use cloth bags for all my shopping. It is a shame that more people don't use them. I always seem to be the only one in line with my owbn bags.

  6. eb11 says:

    These remind me of some orange plastic clamp like things I got at home depot for .99 each. I think I'll try those.

  7. Kim says:

    I tried this it was too heavy for one hand

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