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July 29, 2006

Plastic Grocery Bag Rack


Now that I've got a more or less lifetime supply of paper garbage bags I can ask for the far more easily manageable plastic variety.

What better way to celebrate than with this nifty contraption, which purports to enable me to carry 15 (fifteen!) plastic grocery bags with one hand.

Better get serious with that TRX thingie, huh?

But I digress.

From the website:

    Grocery Bag Rack

    This lightweight portable steel frame conveniently holds 15 plastic grocery sacks by their handles upright and stable in the back of a station wagon, SUV, or sedan trunk so that groceries do not roll out and scatter on the drive home.

    The wide base, rubber feet and angled design of the rack prevent tipping and sliding and a handle makes it easy to carry the entire rack and accompanying sacks directly from the car.

    The rack keeps remaining grocery bags vertical while you remove a single sack and put away its contents.

    When not in use the rack folds flat to 1" thick for easy storage.

    Open: 18"H x 22"W x 18"L.

    Powder-coated steel.


What's wrong with the back seat?

Everyone knows everything's better in the back seat, what?


July 29, 2006 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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