Touch-Free Everything

Touch-Free Everything

Make your city touch-free with a sanitary keychain. Works on bathroom door handles, bus straps, subway poles and more... Save your sleeve and get a Gryp

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Bang. right on your fingers. Gryp does the job on any hand

  • Works? Yup.

    The Gryp's versatile shape works on everything: circular door knobs, bathroom door handles, bus poles, subway straps, toilet flushers and more. The Gryp eliminates the need for foot & arm operated sanitary door handles.

  • Germs? Nope.

    The Gryp is made of soft, flexible silicone that resists microbiological growth. Silicone's chemically robust silicon backbone reduces its potential as a food source for germs. It's also dishwasher safe & easy to sanitize on the fly.

  • One-Size-Fits-All

    We designed our device to fit all hands, big and small. The Gryp consists of a single piece of spiraled silicone creating a subtle cone shape. The tab closure pivots to fit all finger sizes.

Simply Useful

Simply Useful

We spent years prototyping our design to have the most efficient door handle opener available. If you're not 100% satisfied, we'll refund your money. And you keep the Gryp.


Why should I get it?

Door handles and other commonly touched public surfaces are known breeding grounds for germs. People's hands are warm and covered in oils & sweat... harbors for viruses they may be carrying. People commonly touch their mouths during simple tasks like sneezing or coughing, even after directly touching a bathroom door handle or riding public transportation. The Gryp reduces direct contact with public surfaces and decreases exposure to germs.

What can I use it on?

Everything. Toilet flushers, circular door knobs, subway straps, bus poles, crosswalk buttons, elevator buttons, and more. The Gryp works on hot handles in desert climates and static electricity in offices. The Gryp's soft, flexible silicone fits in your pocket and won't damage your pants.

Do germs stick to the silicone?

Silicone is highly inert and does not react with most substances, making it nearly impossible for anything to stick to it. The medical, baby care and food industry have all adopted silicone for this reason.

If any germs do stick, silicone's lack of a carbon backbone drastically reduces it's potential as a food source for waterborne germs. These unique characteristics make silicone rubber inherently resistant to microbiological growth.

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