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Trip Grip, 4050 Trip Grip

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  • Long lasting comfort
  • Self-locking handle makes car loading easy
  • High impact ploastic allows up to 50 pound capacity
  • Multiple uses
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 0.9 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000RZ6XL8
  • Item model number: 4050
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,990 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

One Trip Grip locks bags together. Ergonomic design makes heavy bag carry, easy with soft grip.


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Customer Reviews

Nice idea; poor execution.
Amazonian
It flexes and twists with even one plastic grocery bag, with two or more it wouldn't even close.
Nicholas P Harrigan
The clasp snaps open under the weight of two regular grocery bags.
Calamity Jane

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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By G. Wells on October 7, 2009
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had two gallons of milk in two plastic bags hooked up to this, and the thing bent, unlatching itslef (the latch is weak anyway). while it seems designed to hold a lot of weight, in reality, it's not.

additionally, the curved shape causes the bags to slide together into one big car-crash, so there's less balance and maneuverability.

it's also about 4" tall, so that makes the bags four inches closer to the ground... short people, beware!

i have a cheap $1-store bag handle (with small hooks on each end) that does a better job. but because they're probably so simple & cheap, there's probably no profit margin on them... whereas thsi big useless doohickey is destined for the junk drawer, where it will collect dust for a decade and then finally be thrown away.

don't waste yer money.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By R. Metzelar on November 30, 2009
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Doesn't hold as much weight as one would expect. Also, after a certain point the clasp begins to open on its own, forcing one to hold it at an awkward angle to keep bags from falling off. Bought this to help carry groceries up the stairs to apartment in complex with no elevator, while also holding infant, purse, diaper bag and keys. What's the point of purchasing? If groceries were feather light, they could easily be strung along someone's arm. Incredibly disappointed.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Calamity Jane on April 27, 2011
This unit can't handle normal grocery weight. The clasp snaps open under the weight of two regular grocery bags. Once open, the lower unit that carries the weight becomes unstable. It bows outward and wobbles under the strain. To accommodate, your wrist must change position as gravity pulls the grocery bag handles towards the now-open clasp. That puts a strain on the wrist and fingers, which is what this device is supposed to prevent. Failure to maintain that awkward position will cause your grocery bags to slip off the end of the device and spill to the ground.

If you're only going to carry lightweight bags of clothing, this unit might work for you. But be advised that the button that opens and closes the lock is difficult to operate if your hands are arthritic. The gray button must be pushed fully down to release the clasp.

Lastly, the grip on this unit is too thin and hard for comfort. If you've got to travel some distance between your vehicle and apartment or home, this device isn't going to please you. You'll either lose your groceries or hurt your fingers and wrists.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr.DJ on May 23, 2010
I have been looking for such an item after seeing a similar item on the PBS television program 'Everyday Edisons'. An inventor there had created an item later branded as 'Citilug'; however, I could not (and I still cannot) find this particular item anywhere. Then, one day while at my local kitchen supply store, I had asked a clerk there if she had such an item. What she had was this orange/gray plastic 'One Trip Grip' grocery bag holder which looked as if it just might be 'the answer'. Since it was the last one that her store had left (they no longer carry this product) and since its actual retail packaging was missing, I was able to buy if for only a few bucks. I used it only two times until it became obvious that its design was just too 'flimsy' for carrying other than just a few lightweight items; i.e., chips, bread, cookies/candy, marshmallows (heh...heh), etc. Problem: It has a tendency of actually separating (coming apart) whilst carrying a (grocery store-sized) plastic shopping bag containing only a few canned food items, or a bag containing a few frozen food items, or a bag containing a gallon milk jug (only weighs about 8lbs I believe), etc. Heck, anything lightweight, I can just carry the bag myself without having to utilize such a specialized carrier. So, I will continue my search for a more suitable/durable replacement (made from either solid plastic w/ no moving parts, or better yet from metal)...cheers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew D. Champine on November 27, 2012
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... but it was more flimsy than I expected. I wouldn't dare put the advertised max of 50lbs on it - it flexes so much with only 20lbs that the lock slips. It's basically a carabiner, so next time I'll probably go find a heavy duty METAL carabiner instead. Still, 3 stars so far.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cgowan on October 29, 2012
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this product is a great idea, and it is convenient for bundling up several bags on each hand. it is certainly less painful than having a bunch of plastic bag handles cutting into your hand. but, if you're using them for groceries, they are not sturdy enough. with 3 full bags on one grip, the grey part that is supposed to open when you push the button begins to open up and you have to be very careful so that you're not dropping bags.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I. Jefferson on January 27, 2012
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I really like this little device! It comes in very handy for me with my groceries. I live in an apartment and have a decent walk from the car to the door and it allows me to pile the bags onto one handle which is EXTREMELY more comfortable to hold than having the individual bags dig into my hand. It's more controlled.

I've also used this to carry my trash bags out. It makes it a lot easier for me. The only negative comment I have is the opening doesn't really lock in place so bags can and will slip off of it if u neglect to hold it properly. I wish the locking mechanism was more secure. I'm going to purchase another one and I've recommended to friends.
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