Our Price

$11.99 As Advertised

Reg. $14.99

3.9914 233

Special Order

This is a special order item. It will be ordered immediately upon receiving your order. Estimated delivery times range between 1-3 weeks.

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FoodSaver Jar Sealer - T03-0006-02P

Our Price

$11.99 As Advertised

Reg. $14.99

Overview

The FoodSaver Regular Jar Sealer fits on your own Ball® and Kerr® Mason jars and works with FoodSaver vacuum sealer systems to keep goods fresh longer. Great for liquids, fragile foods, and dry goods like brown sugar, spices, dried fruit, and coconut.FoodSaver Regular Jar Sealers replace standard Mason-type jar lids to create a vacuum seal that locks out air, the enemy of freshness. Not to be used for canning.

Features

  • Brand Description

    FOODSAVER

  • Type

    FoodSaver

FoodSaver Jar Sealer - T03-0006-02P is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 262.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from We will see... This is the THIRD jar sealer I have had to buy in the past 2 years. They come apart, the rubber ring comes loose, and renders it useless. You are not making a quality product. I am hoping they have fixed the issue.
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not happy My large mouth jar sealer does a GREAT job 100% of the time, but my regular mouth sealer only seems to actually give me a solid and permanent seal about 50% of the time. Often during the sealing process the rubber gasket comes off when removing the sealer after the vacu pack is done - very frustrating to have to keep putting it back on between every jar!! VERY frustrating to have to keep checking my dry pack jars and resealing so many. Wish I put everything in wide mouth jars instead!!
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, once you master the technnique It took me several attempts to seal the mason jars. I first thought it was defective, but then went online and searched for tips on making it work. Out of the box, it takes many tries to get a good seal (for me about one out of every 12 attempts or so). Many people commented that if you can't get a good seal, try using two lids, one stacked upon the other and then trying the seal. That trick seems to work every time. It does tend to seal one lid to the other, but if you pry them apart carefully, the bottom one will retain a vacuum seal on the jar. Once I figured out this trick, it seems to work!
Date published: 2017-04-27
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