Bag-Straps™ is a freshly invented device which I think will prove very useful, especially to people who live with several companion animals. I’m thinking about multi-cat households and households in which there are cats and dogs. There are many households like this.
This device will also, I believe, prove very handy for people working in animal rescue, trap-neuter-return programs and of course for people who breed cats and dogs. Another situation where it would prove useful would be the boarding cattery.
All these places and situations demand that quite a lot of cat litter and cat food needs to be carried around and stored effectively.
Of course, Bag-Straps™ has many more uses than mentioned above. Any organization or situation where people have to move around large bags containing not only food but items such as charcoal or fertilizer would find the device useful. It is referred to as a “no-clip solution” because the opened bag is, in effect, closed by the device.
Jason Shepherd, from Charlotte, NC, USA, is the inventor. Jason is looking for funding to progresses his project and to get it to the marketplace. He’s using a Kickstarter campaign that is currently running to raise some funding.
I think that Bag-Straps™ is a good idea. I always admire people who like to think out-of-the-box, look at new ways to make day-to-day work activities easier to manage. We all like products that make our life a little bit easier and more productive. I must say that I’m particularly impressed by this device’s handle. It is a very clever invention. The best inventions are simple but which look at problems in a new way.
However, I do not see this product suiting a person like me who lives with one cat in an apartment. Although I do buy cat litter in large bags I do not have a pressing need to carry the bags for any distance or to ensure that, once opened, the product is stored effectively. However, I don’t think that is a negative to this project because there are many, many people who would find this invention useful.