I want you to know what all your options are so that you can make the best possible choice. Each of the images below will open a new window so you can view the Amazon page for yourself:
Let’s start with a real heavy-lifter, the $49.95 Polder Superlight Cart:
- Carries 50 lbs of groceries
- Doesn’t stress your hands
- You can’t take it up stairs. You need an elevator or a ramp.
Let’s jump to the extreme opposite end of the price spectrum, the Bag-Mate, $5.99 for a two-pack:
- Avoids that annoying “cutting” feeling with heavy plastic bags
- You can buy these things in 10-packs. Why? Because they’re plastic and plastic breaks.
What can we buy in the middle price range? The $7.99 One Trip Grip:
- I like this because it looks simple and solid.
- Look at all those one-star reviews. “This unit can’t handle normal grocery weight.”
What if we pay a little more? We can get ourselves a £12.99 (approximately $20) YokeShopper from the United Kingdom:
- Now we’re really talking “hands free”
- Those bags look like they’ll knock against your knees, don’t they?
- If you want to be ergonomically balanced, you need to buy two! Now we’re up to $40.
How does the BagPack for Hands Free Groceries compare?
- Less expensive than any other “hands free option,” including the cart or two yokeshoppers.
- 100% satisfaction guaranteed, 100% more than you get with the plastic Bag-Mate or One-Trip Grip.
- To be honest, it’s a little awkward the first time. Only the first time. But with our guarantee, you have nothing to lose by trying it.
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Still undecided? Don’t take our word for it, read this review from an unaffiliated blogger.