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Handy Caddy Steel Grey Tote with rolling cart sleeve. CLOSE OUT SALE 50% OFF WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

Was: $45.00
Now: $22.50
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SKU:
LTTGRY
Weight:
20.00 Ounces

Trending Limited Edition Gray Tote Bag coordinates with the Deluxe Handy Caddy in Gray

15 Reasons why you want this bag,

  1. RAINY DAY BAG
  2. Protect your handmade quilt totes with this See through water-proof tote bag
  3. Airline Bag - fits under the seat and maximizes your storage on the plane.
  4. Some feature a UNIQUE ROLLING CART SLEEVE that threads over your suitcase or rolling cart handle.
  5. See through, so you can see EVERYTHING you need at a glance
  6. ONE THE ROAD, w/ a Full zipper, offering peace of mind that you haven't lost anything. 
  7. Not just for quilters! Any time you need to carry your stuff, this is the easy choice! 
  8. Great for the beach
  9. Great for sports
  10. DURABLE FOR BEACH, GYM, TRAVEL, CLASSES 
  11. Re-usable, so you don't contribute to landfills
  12. WASHABLE
  13. High Quality, so you get years of use
  14. Great SALE Price 
  15. Get yours at the discounted price, this is a close out and will not restock. 
  16. Full year GUARANTEE, if you experience any defective materials. 

 


New features, added outside magazine pocket and rolling cart sleeve for Tutto rolling carts 

What makes the Handy Caddy Totes better?


22" x 14" x 6" roomy space with a gusseted bottom, easily holds 20 - 25 lbs. 

The gusseted bottom is the landing spot for the fully loadedHandy Caddy or Handy Caddy Deluxe. 

 

They are made of high qualitypuncture and crack proof vinyl, and not a cheap giveaway bag

 

Wide shoulder straps don't cut into your shoulders like other bags do. 

 

Have peace of mind that nothing as fallen out with the heavy duty zipperedclosure. 

 

Protect your custom made cotton totes from dirt and dust by using the clear vinyl bag and still show off your tote. 

 

They are great for airport traveling, fits under your seat. 

 

This tote is made to last, and you don't need to feel guilty about throwing something into the landfill.