Handy Holder Chiko Roll

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Australia’s iconic and much-loved snack, Chiko Roll, has today launched a limited edition ‘Handy Holder’; a hand specifically designed for a semi-hands-free eating experience.

A rich yellow in colour, with sturdy grip, five wonderfully crafted fingers and a base designed for car cup compartments, the Chiko Handy Holder is expected to take the world by storm in the coming weeks, for obvious reasons.

Satisfied hand-owner, Tracey, says it’s the perfect size to hold a cheeky Chiko Roll on the way home from work: “I’ve always wondered what those round, cup-shaped holes in the car were for… Now I know. The Handy Holder has changed my life.”

1,200 other Australian lives will be changed over the next six weeks, as the chance to win a Chiko Handy Holder opens up. With punters having to simply purchase two Chiko Rolls, then mail in their bags to be in with a chance, well, why not?

“I’ve had incidents in the past where I was unable to acknowledge drivers with a thumbs up for letting me merge into their lane. The Handy Holder has freed me up to use my hands and be a better person,” says Darren.

Iconic Aussie broadcast legend, Pete Smith, says that he too is better off with the Handy Holder, and believes it’s a crazy, fun idea that will catch on: “I’m confident it won’t be long before people go into their local fish and chip shop and ask for a Handy Holder. The Chiko Roll brings back a lot of memories for me, I was a young man when they first launched – and I can tell you, an extra hand would’ve come in handy a few times back then!”

2016 has already presented itself as a year of wonky footy kicks, controversial social media posts and don’t forget the election that left us without a leader, so it’s clearer than ever that the nation needs an extra hand. Chiko is here to help.

So hold onto your hands Australia, because the one thing you already have that you didn’t know you were missing is here.

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