Gallery: Product Review: The Nubagg Lets You Reuse Your Plastic Bags As...


Garbage cans belong to that group of mundane household items that have been around for so long that it seems there really isn’t much that can be done to improve on their design. Or so we thought. Industrial designer Arnold Castro recently introduced us to the Nubagg, and at first glance, we could hardly tell that it was a trash receptacle at all. With no walls or sides, Castro’s design basically consists of what he calls a “freakishly lightweight” metal frame that is used as a support for the plastic bags you bring home from the supermarket. We were very interested in the Nubagg‘s extremely minimalist design and the way it encourages reuse, so we decided to take it for a test drive to see how well it would stand up to our trash. Read on for our full review.

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  1. Diane Pham November 12, 2012 at 12:38 pm

    my family has always used plastic bags as trash bags. this is a great product — now companies just need to start making the bags biodegradable.

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