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Cyberbooth#134
Grip-N-Carry Handle
Category: Household

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Unique features & benefits:

Approximately 4 inches long, The Grip-N-Carry Handle is a 360 degree rigid plastic tube that can be opened to insert bag straps into its hollow center and then closed, forming a functional handle.

This reusable detachable plastic handle enables individuals to comfortably grip and hand-carry a wide variety of cumbersome items such as plastic shopping bags, tied boxes, strapped bags, and luggage. The Grip-N-Carry Handle prevents pain caused by ropes, straps and plastic bags cutting into the palm of the hands or fingers.

It's shape is small and light, making it easy to carry anywhere in a pocket, purse, or fanny bag. Ideal for consumer shopping trips as well as for industrial uses, the Grip-N-Carry Handle helps save labor time because individuals can carry more bags or packages per trip, especially utilizing one in each hand. Whether going to and from the car, up and down staircases, or during walking trips, the load self balances since the straps can slide through the hollow center as needed, making the load seem easier to carry. In a vehicle, the Grip-N-Carry Handle helps keep multiple shopping bags upright and together so that items don't fall out during the drive.

Retailing for just over a dollar, anyone can easily afford it. Seventy-nine percent of consumers surveyed stated that they would pay at least $1 for the Grip-N-Carry Handle.

The Grip-N-Carry Handle was the Best of Show winner at the 1996 Invention Convention® trade show in Pasadena, California.

Target market:

Worldwide market - people around the world utilize plastic bags. The U.S. market includes:
  1. people without cars who walk or take public transportation (42 million)
  2. senior citizens (32 million)
  3. city dwellers with automobiles
  4. arthritis sufferers (33 million).
The product can be sold retail, through mail order, vending, or used as a specialty promotional item.

Inventor is seeking:

  1. Partners
  2. Licensees
  3. Investors
  4. Marketing firms
  5. Retailers
Note: The product is patented. Tooling has been completed utilizing co-extrusion, the best production process in the industry. This results in 1) a low unit price; 2) a high production rate; 3) a low tooling cost; and 4) the shortest retooling period in the industry (approx. 6 weeks).


Contact information

Contact: Andrew Bystrom Title: President
Organization: Hands-On Products
Address: 421 S. Lafayette Park Place, Suite 524, Los Angeles, CA   90057
Phone:
213 739-1085/beeper, 213 739-1828/fax
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