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Often there is a situation when I go from town centre back home with my purchases with me. I've noticed that having less static hold by making muscle exercises with my shopping bag is a good option. It would be great to have a bag with ergonomic handles to do this kind of work out.
186* such things ready for 3D printing
*probably actually a fair few fewer [notexactly, Nov 08 2018]
||I think you'd be better with a sort of handle-adaptor that the
existing bag handles could be looped over. Maybe a rigid
plastic tube, knobbled for grip, but with a slit down one side
for the bag handle to slot into.
||Many retail establishments helpfully provide wheeled carts fabricated from metal wire, which are very useful for eliminating arm strain caused by carrying shopping in bags.
||Further, once used, they can simply and quickly be disposed of by abandoning them in any public green space or body of water. Next time you go shopping, just get a new one.