Think back to them good ol’ days when you didn’t need to hassle with coins to get a shopping cart. Cart Boss makes that possible again. This handy key lets you bypass those annoying cart lock mechanisms we all know and hate. It saves your time and the hassle of looking for spare change, making your shopping trips easier and more convenient.
🕒 Instantly Removable. Unlike a coin (or a house key), the Cart Boss does NOT stay inserted in the cart! Don’t risk leaving your car and house keys dangling from the shopping cart.
🔑 Have it handy everywhere you go – just attach to your key-ring. Set it and forget it. It will always be there when you need it.
💪 Two-tone anodized CNC’d 5052 aluminum, practically indestructible and ZERO chance of rusting.
☁️ Light. Weighs less than half of a loonie, and 1/7th of a car key; You and your car ignition won’t even feel the weight.
🎁 An alternative to always buying boring, diabetes-inducing chocolates for your family and friends during Christmas. Chocolates they won’t eat because everyone else probably bought them piles of the same thing. But if they like chocolates, use your cart boss to fill your shopping cart with chocolates then.
🛒 Works with single-slot shopping carts, ie. the most popular type of coin lock on shopping carts.
Other uses: Scratching lottery tickets, shotgunning*
Always use two hands – Instructions
🍁 Made in Vancouver, BC Canada.
*Disclaimer: Shotgun cans at your own risk.
I received my cart boss a few weeks ago. I’ve had the opportunity to try it twice and it works as promised.
I was introduced to it when I didn’t have a coin and some other shopper (who had a cart boss) had helped me and another lady with getting a cart. I thought: what an awesome idea!!!
This little unassuming gadget is fantastic! Works exactly as advertised. Will definitely get more as gifts for family and friends.
Darren D –
Excellent product especially if you’re a person who never carries change. Very light and durable. Works great every time ……… if you follow the “how-to” picture instructions on the Omniventions web site. Bought as Christmas gifts. Everybody loved them.