simplehuman® Stainless Steel Bag Holder
Store all of those plastic shopping bags neatly and in a place where you'll remember to look for them. This attractive bag holder has a stainless steel body and a polypropylene base for durability. It serves double duty storing and dispensing bags. Wide dispensing area keeps bags handy. Mount in a cabinet, on a wall or under a shelf (mounting accessories included). Stores approximately 30 standard size plastic grocery bags. 15.6" H x 6.6" W. 10-year warranty.
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reasonably priced yet so indispensable one of the best items ive bought at bbb. inexpensive yet has proven to be so useful. it neatly stashes away plastic bags that you can later reuse as trashbag. May 7, 2013
Awesome We love this bag holder. We mounted it to the inside of our pantry and it works perfectly. The slim shape doesn't take up too much room and it holds alot of bags. It is definitely worth the price and I would recommend it to anyone. April 22, 2013
Stainless Steel Bag Holder Love this convenient way to store those pesky grocery bags for future use. It's sleek in design and very handy to use. March 14, 2013
Nice but not best all around This was a gift to me. I liked the stainless steel-like finish(not real stainless steel -which is good in some ways-easier to wipe clean.) However the system I have had in place works well for me, is cheaper, easier to clean & is more convenient. I can make my own (and I am.not a good seamstess ).They can also be found in abundance hand or commercially-made at various tag sales, yard sales, & the not-for-profit stores.both brand, new, and used, for as little as $0.50. They are usually a thick durable, 100% sailcloth cotton. In a cylyndrical tube shape, opening at the top to push bag in, and open at the bottom to pul them out.Ocassionally 2 bags at a time will come out but that is more about how they were stuffed into the top.My make it yourself price including supplies has ranged from $1.00 to $5 for a special order longer one with side holes added for a shop with people of various heights. Materials needed are often on sale (sewing elastic band(cut to length for upper and lower holes, cloth can be custom designed (and here I like that you can custom design with a theme. For instance, my husbands shop has one made with NASCAR theme cloth; my kitchen with "The Bakers"; 'Tommy the Train' for my toddler grandson's room(though he has no access to it yet he likes to look at it know it is something he has a grown up goal).I also love that I can just throw them in with my general wash to get dust or greasey dust right off. Since the offered product was a gift, I have made use of it in my bathroom, where the finish matches eveything else. I skipped the adhesive. The moisture in the bathroom did that in as a hanging device. So I just found a discreet place on the wall, and can actually (for the time being& if it does nt get all scratched and hazy) use it as a last minutes lipstick check. : ^ ) August 28, 2012