The ZipLocker Makes Sealing Bags Less Strenuous on Hands

By: Riley von Niessen - Jul 13, 2016
References: ziplockers & indiegogo
The ZipLocker is a tool that was invented by Dave Keehner to make sealing bags easier. As Dave Keehner knows, closing the disposable food storage devices can be a hassle for some, resulting in the bags not being shut properly and leading to food damage or spills.

This can be especially difficult for seniors or those with chronic hand or finger joint pain. With the ZipLocker, sealing bags is made effortless as the tool does all the work, requiring its user to exert minimum strain on their hands and ensuring that no spots are missed on the closure.

Dave Keehner invented the device to be simplistic in both its design and function, transforming a task that can be difficult to some into one that's uncomplicated. In order to use to ZipLocker, users simply pinch the bag near one end, place the tong-like kitchen tool in the 'ZipZone' and then gently squeeze while dragging it along.