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Handy Clip-On Bucket Grips
BucketGrips make plastic 5-gal. buckets a lot more useful, even after the handle wears out.
Entrepreneur Adam Nelson came up with the clip-on handles with the gardening industry in mind, after observing workers awkwardly trying to carry buckets holding tools and fertilizers after the handle broke.
“I looked at all sorts of buckets and noticed that about 90 percent of them have the same lip,” Nelson says.
His plastic BucketGrips have teeth that catch under the lip. When lifted up they lock in place. They can be removed by pushing down. They fit on all size buckets that have a lip.
Having two handles distributes the weight for easier carrying for a variety of uses. Beside gardeners, Nelson notes he has customers involved in agriculture, fisheries, painting and other industries, as well as for home use.
The patent-pending clip-on handles will hold as much weight as the bucket can carry. They’re made in the U.S. and retail for about $11/pair. Nelson sells them through his website and also sells wholesale to hardware stores throughout the U.S.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, BucketGrips, 10945 State Bridge Rd. #401, Alpharetta, Ga. 30022 (ph 833 258-4747; www.bucketgrips.com; info@bucketgrips.com).

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