An innovative new hand-held device for separating individual plastic bags with ease.
Designed to Grip a Portion of a Bag for Easy Retrieval
Allows You to Bag Up Your Items Quickly and Get Going
Hangs From a Keychain for Convenience
Also Works on Produce Bags, Garbage Bags, and Coffee Filters
Great for Those with Disabilities and People with Dexterity Issues
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Edward J. Bletch of Fraser, MI has created an innovative new hand-held device for separating individual plastic bags with ease.Plastic bags are notorious for static cling and the electrostatic attraction between bags can present an immediate problem for those bagging items in a checkout line. Not only is it frustrating, it wastes time and holds up shoppers wishing to get through the line quickly and move on with their day. Edward just knew there had to a better way. In turn, he was inspired to develop the Easy Bag Separator!This lightweight product is approximately three inches in length and features a rubberized cover at one end. The cover was designed to grip a portion of a bag for easy retrieval. This way you can bag up your items quickly and get going. It will also be beneficial for those with disabilities or dexterity issues. The invention simply hangs from a keychain, so it is close at hand when you need it. Various colors are possible.Want to learn more about the Easy Bag Separator? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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