Grab Bag Reviews

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Grab Bags are cloth shopping bags that will clip to your cart when you shop, and will sit securely in your car, due to their broad bases. They come in sets of two, and are made of environmentally friendly material that is resistant to both molds and mildews. Each bag is green with silver piping, and can hold up to 40 lbs worth of groceries.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Clip To Cart
  2. Once you get your shopping cart, unfold your Grab Bag and stretch it out so it's as long as your cart is wide, and clip it to the sides of your cart. Repeat this process with your second bag.

  3. Fill Them Up
  4. Fill up your Grab Bags with the items you're buying, just as you would fill any other shopping bag. As the items are scanned at the cash, simply drop them back into the bags.

  5. Transfer To Trunk
  6. Lift your Grab Bags out of your shopping cart and transfer them to your trunk ( or backseat, if that's where you store your groceries ). Secure the flap on each so nothing will spill on the way home.

Positive Points

  • Resist Molds And Mildews
  • Since your Grab Bags will likely be carrying food frequently, having them grow mold would not be beneficial, and would pose some health risks. However, you won't have to worry about this too much, since the material used to make the Grab Bags is mold and mildew resistant.

  • Easy To Clean
  • If your Grab Bags do get dirty, you won't find them difficult to clean, as they can simply be wiped down with a damp cloth.

  • Simple To Store
  • Each Grab Bag can be folded flat when it's not in use, so you'll be able to store them in the glove compartment of your car or a kitchen drawer without issue.

  • Contain Front Pockets
  • Every Grab Bag has a front pocket, which can be used to carry coupons, your wallet, or even a cell phone. Therefore, when you use these bags, you may find yourself with no need to bring a heavy purse to the store.

Negative Points

  • One Shade Available
  • Green is the only shade of Grab Bag available, so if that's not your favorite color, you'll either have to put up with it anyway or choose a different kind of bag.

  • Only Two Per Set
  • Only two Grab Bags come in each set, so one set may not be enough for those users shopping for large households or other large groups.

Uses

  1. Groceries
  2. Grab Bags were designed to be used for grocery shopping, and they come in especially handy at stores that don't offer bags, or charge a fee for their bags.

  3. Laundry Or Dry Cleaning
  4. If you use a laundromat or have items that require dry cleaning, you can also use Grab Bags to transport clothing to and from your dry cleaner's or your laundromat.

  5. Fun Outings
  6. When you're headed to the beach or going to a picnic with friends or family, Grab Bags can be used to transport things like snacks, drinks, sunglasses, toys, and swimming towels.

Alternatives

  • Plastic Bags
  • Unlike Grab Bags, plastic grocery bags can rip easily, or tip over in the back of your car, sending the items within them flying everywhere.

4 REVIEWS FOR Grab Bag

Ben | Edgewater, FL | 29 May 2015

The home page says that for a limited time you can buy 1 and get 1 free AND for an additional $14.99 you can get 2 ( yes it says 2 ) Insulated bags. (BagS Plural) with free shipping for the entire order. But when you go to order the language suddenly changes you can get 2 Bag (not plural any more) and then the order form says Bag (Meaning 1 bag) This is called bait and switch and is illegal.

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Rose Turchiarelli | Coos Bay, OR | 20 Apr 2015

Purchased bags and I love the bags. One bag broke. I Disposed the receive How can I sent it to be repaired.

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Wrong Color

Yolanda Oconer | Paulsboro, NJ | 03 Apr 2015

Wrong color for insul. Bag. Would like to exchange.

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Think About it

Smarterthantheaveragebear | Escondido, CA | 22 Feb 2015

ANY company that asks for your credit card information before showing you your entire bill has got to be seriously considered a very risky business to be buying from.

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