Grocery Gripps are nylon webbing straps that consolidate bags and redistribute their carrying weight out of your hands. They are recommended by 1 out of 1 Harry Connick Juniors! (He reviewed Grocery Gripps as “Worth the Hype!” on his talk show.)
Thread your Gripp through a slew of individual plastic, canvas, or other bags and enjoy over 200 pounds of tensile strength condensed into a single handle you can loop through your hand and/or sling over your shoulder. Your load won’t end up lighter, but a Grocery Gripp should give you better leverage and more options for carrying it, so the overall schlepping process will seem like less of a pain in the bunghole.
According to Grocery Gripps, shifting the grasping point from between your fingers to around your wrist allows stronger muscle groups in the arms and shoulders to take on the bulk of the weight, so you can carry more, more comfortably, and for longer. Grocery Gripps also free up your hand you access your keys, take a phone call, or open the trunk without setting your bags down and having instant entropy splay them apart and knock them over so avocados and sumo satsumas (best fruit ever!) and cans of SpaghettiOs roll all over the Safeway parking lot.
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