The Bag Rack

Published online: Jul 13, 2012 Feature
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BagRack is a great, hot product that can be used for anything. It is perfect to own on your houseboat.

BagRack was at the 2012 Houseboat on-water Expo. The BagRack is great for mounting to any non-porous surface found on any RV, car, truck, boat, camper, or other vehicles. Using the engineer grade suction cups the arms can be mounted from the top, front, and even underneath any smooth surface.

With its patent pending design the BagRack is best-in-class worldwide among bag holding devices. You will save money since any size plastic or paper bag with handles can be used from the grocery and department store bags to large yard bags.

BagRack uniquely needs no tools for assembly and is set up in less than a minute. It provides users a portable, temporary bag-holder that includes a hook for holding a towel, team pennant, or extra bag.

The genius of BagRack is the two independent arms that can simply be hung over any standard drawer or shelf - or using the engineer grade suction cups the arms can be mounted from the top, front, or underneath any non-porous surface.

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