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Incurator Zipper Bag Hanger Lets You Organize Your Fridge

No more space in your refrigerator? I know that problem. It’s always cramped, and I can’t find what I’m looking for. If you’re not careful, you might end up forgetting food it expires. That wouldn’t be good, right?

Well, if you’re not on a budget, I suppose you just buy a larger fridge. But what if you can’t pay that or don’t want to pay for that? We need a kitchen hack!

There’s an interesting solution now, that helps you better manage the space in your fridge. The Incurator Zipper Bag Hanger lets you put your food in your fridge by first putting them in a zipper bag, to keep them fresh, and then hanging them.

Incurator Zipper Bag Hanger Design Concept Animation

You can easily find everything you’re looking for like this. I found this idea to be quite useful by making actual use of the space you got in your fridge. Beyond that, you can even put the Incurator Zipper Bag Hanger into cabinets or shelves. It can be installed in many places, not only in the refrigerator.

How does it work?

It sticks with the help of four strong vacuum suction cups, so you don’t even need to have a complicated installation for this rather low-tech space- problem-solving device. What does that tell us? We all love tech, but sometimes it doesn’t have to be a very techie solution in order to be useful.

The Incurator Zipper Bag Hanger is currently available on Kickstarter. You can support the project by preordering one hanger device for $10. If everything works out, they’ll be able to ship the goods in September 2017.

What do you think about the zipper bag hangers from Incurator? Would you like to put some organization into your fridge? Don’t need one? All your comments are welcome. Please share them below!

YouTube: Zipper Bag Hanger | Incurator

Photo credit: Incurator

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Christopher Isak
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