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Grabit Robot Not Really a Robot, But Does Really Grab Things

by Paul Strauss
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While there are literally a million pen and toothbrush caddies out there, most of them are pretty boring if you ask me. If you’re looking for a fun way to keep your stick-like objects organized, then you might want to pick up the Grabit Robot.

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Contrary to its name, this little guy isn’t an actual robot, but he sure looks like one, and that’s good enough in my book. Designed by Leo and Angie Fajardo of Trinkits, this multipurpose holder has two grippy hands which are perfect for holding on to toothbrushes, pens, pencils, and other tall items. Grabit is made of sturdy ABS plastic and measures about 5-inches-tall.

The Grabit Robot is currently raising funds for production over on Kickstarter, and will ship in five colors: bright blue, mango, white, bright red, and lime green. The first 100 contributors can grab a Grabit for $25(USD), while others can get in on the action for $30. The project needs just $7000 by April 17 to go into production, so it should have no problem reaching that goal.

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