Momentum Brands, 99 Cents Only Brand, Commerce CA

Momentum is one of the 99 Cents Only store’s house brands.

The 99 Cents Only store gets a lot of product from China, and rebrands it as its own, using different trademarks to make it look like there’s a variety of companies.

Granted, a lot of the different companies are actually different regional companies, but Momentum appears to be straight from China to Commerce, CA, 90023, where the 99 Cents Only store is headquartered. (If you’re in the Boyle Heights area, it’s down near the Food 4 Less on Olympic, just south east of it.)

The quality of Momentum product varies, but it’s functional. They sell plastic bowls, plates, cups, universal remote controls, USB cables, calculators, water bottles, toys, brushes, Garden Ease brand garden gadgets, and  hundreds of other products.

10 thoughts on “Momentum Brands, 99 Cents Only Brand, Commerce CA”

  1. i don’t know if you can help me but I will try. I bought handle tie, lemon scented trash bags (75 bags) at the 99 cents store. Is there away to find out if the are recyclable? if you cannot answer this can you tell me who can?

    1. When it comes to recycling with your blue bin, they just want the stuff in there loose. See your blue bin to find out if they accept bags. In the City of Los Angeles, they now accept bags.

      Plastic bags are usually made of polyethylene. There are two main forms: high density polyethylene, aka HDPE, aka recycling number 2; low density polyethylene, aka LDPE, aka recycling number 4. The package may indicate which is used.

      HDPE plastic bags are the thin plastic shopping bag material, and crinkle. It’s also the milk jug plastic. This is generally recyclable.

      LDPE plastic bags are the softer, limp plastic bag material. These feel more like hefty trash bags or ziploc plastic bags or baggies. This is usually not accepted for recycling.

      Edit: I created a post about this.

      https://bits.greenslocal.org/articles/recycling/recycling-plastic/

  2. I bought 3 usable Gourmet reusable containers and lids, 27.4
    fl. Oz. at the 99cent store. The tops do not even fit tight on the containers. I did not expect them to be like Tupperware or something more expensive, but shame on you for selling a product that is inferior and cannot be used! I wanted to use them for some storing after Passover, but can’t do that as it spills out over everything.

    I do not want my petty 99cents returned, but just though you should know what kind of product you are promoting, whatever the price. With what’s going on now, I am surprised that you would like to fool people!!

    1. I dont want to be moderated. I want the company to know what terrible products that are trying to sell to the public….unusable products.

  3. Apologies to all the people who had comments moderated. I will try to fix the spam filter. Thank you for the kind comments.

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