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This is the greatest gadget yet
from Palm Coast, Fl
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Hands Free Baggy Rack:
I often wondered how I could invent a gadget that could hold a plastic bag open so that it could be filled with food or liquids without getting the contents spilled. Now I found it in the Walter Drake catalog. This is one of the best gadgets ever. I use it for everything. I fill the freezer bags with leftovers, soups and so many things and can lay them flat in my freezer to save space.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from West Springfield, Ma
About Me Budget Shopper
Needs securing for base, no suction to free up 2 hands, need helper to pour while you hold. Concept is good but needs tweaking.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
Nice to use with Ziploc bags, easy to pour soup into, not needing extra hands. The bags no longer get all sloppy. Makes life so much easier.
Hands free baggy rack
from Cooper City, Fl
I do not waste left overs any more. It is easy to use and I can make a larger batchand save it for another day. Glad to have it. I am going to get one for my son.
A Third Hand
By Mad Packer
from Los Angeles, CA
Sometimes there's no one around to hold open a Ziploc bag I'm trying to fill. Now I can do it on my own. Not only do I recommend this item, I have bought several for my friends.
This was handy bagging leftovers
from Middletown Ct
About Me High-end Shopper
This was a life shaving tool for bagging up thanksgiving leftovers I alway hate having to bag food up but this made it so easy
from Weedsport, NY
This little rack has solved a number of problems in the kitchen. It mnakes storing food neat, easy and quick. I love it.
Not as sturdy as anticipated.
By The good cook
from Livermore, CA
The base looks like it would suction to the counter, but, doesn't. Small snack bags & sandwich bags slip with heavy contents if not handled carefully. Gallon bags don't fit well, but, can be used with a little adjusting as you fill. You need to be careful when filling with heavy contents (sauces, liquid) due to slippage or tipping over. However, it is helpful when filling lighter contents. I fill baggies with bird seeds, whole grains, dried fruit, nuts, tea bags, cereal snacks, chip snacks, etc. I bought 2 which was more than enough. I would recommend this product to those people who are willing to be patient and careful during use.
I feel like I have another pair of hands
from New York
The Hands-Free Baggie Rack is great for food storage. It always aggravated me when I was putting sauce in a freezer bag and had to clean the bag before I was able to seal the bag.
I love it!
By love chevy volts
from reading, PA
This is awesome. I used to keep grease in a container in my fridge. Then trow it away later. Now I can just freeze hamburger and throw the grease out in the same bag I froze it in. It works great for me. I also have made casseroles with zucchini and beans and froze one of the meals. I set it up and pour it into a bag. It has never fallen for me yet. It works great. I'm going to try it when I freeze cheese next. I think it is awesome! I'll have to get some to give as a gift.