FoodSaver® Wide-Mouth Jar Sealer
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MSRP $12.99 $9.99
Put a lid on it with the FoodSaver® Wide-Mouth Jar Sealer to preserve freshness and texture of food items and dry goods. Fits wide-mouth mason-type jars. See More...
The FoodSaver® Wide-Mouth 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® Wide-Mouth 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.
- For use with standard size mason-type jars and lids
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Great tried and true accessory! I have had a food savor for almost 30 years. I bought my first one at the LA County Fair in So Cal and have continued to update since then. This is one of my all time favorite pieces of equipment! I live in a very old homestead house, so keeping my foodstuffs sealed and safe from critters can sometimes be a challenge, but with this Jar Sealer, I can store all types of foods safely in Mason Jars! Very economical! If I want to save the recipes or directions off the packaging, I just tape them to the jar. I could live without a lot of fancy kitchen devices, but never without my FoodSavor and Jar sealer attachment!!! January 18, 2013
This is the quickest way to keep dry goods I have had a food saver for years. I would recommend it to every person who wants to save money. It freezes in bags that keep your Food till ready to thaw and use. I love the way you can fix salads sans dressing for a week. The fruit in season will last a Couple of weeks. Best of all I love the fact that I can dry seal, flours, rice, beans of all kinds, pastas, nuts, chocolates, sugars, nuts, silverware, candies, powdered milk, valuable documents and just about anything you need to keep dry. Use the sealed jars, using the amount you need and resealing again. I can't say enough about not wasting, saving time, usable products that are a seal away . Thanks December 10, 2013
Works easily and beautifully I absolutely love this mason jar sealer. I wish I had bought one many years ago - it would have saved me tons of produce and increased the amount of veggies I was eating. I continue to be amazed by how great this works. My cut celery looks as good as the day it went in, even 2 weeks later. I seal a whole week's worth of salads and they never brown. I have found the jars seem to get too cold for pre-sliced or cut tomatoes, but everything else has kept well. I would recommend this to anyone who is currently tossing veggies gone bad. My friend uses it to seal just about everything she can think of from nuts to (frozen) soup. July 13, 2014
Like being able to "can" in seconds! This item puts an end to jars of moldy sauce, gravy, and other foods in the refrigerator. Now I simply replace the screw off caps with the wide mouth jar sealer and I am able to use all of what I buy instead of having to throw it away. I even use one of mine when I make iced tea. I have a large glass sun tea container I make the tea in and I use the wide mouth sealer instead of the plastic top. It keeps the tea fresh for days and days and I am able to use all of it before having to mix another batch. Since doing this I no longer buy bottled tea for $1 a bottle, I now make my own and save $3-4 every week! December 30, 2013
Works very well Have used this product for several months and it works very well. In all but one case, unit sealed the large mouth jars the first time. In the one case where we used it on a 1/2 pint jar, it would not seal until we took a queue from the reviews of the small mouth sealer. We used three lids, and it sealed on the first try. It was clear to us that the neck on the 1/2 pint jar was not deep enough to allow the sealer to seat properly. Also purchased the small mouth sealer at same time. This has also sealed its jars on the first try in all but one case. In that case, we used the two-lid trick to get a seal on the first try. July 13, 2014
Great Idea! This is really a great product! I do a lot of canning so I have lots of jars/lids. I can store so much in mason jars instead of the bags/rolls which saves $$. This product pays for itself over and over. I can buy bulk yeast, flour, oats, rice, etc. and store in jars instead of taking up valuable freezer space. I also dry my own veggies and spices and this is a great way to store them. It's a recent purchase so I'm looking forward to all of the other items I can store this way! Overall, great money-saver! April 13, 2012
Good, useful product I use this wide mouth jar sealer regularly since I purchased it and I wish I would have gotten one sooner. It is useful to seal my mason jars and store things that I access every few days instead of just using a screw on lid or actually canning the item. I keep flour, other dry goods, sauces, leftovers, etc. in wide mouth jars and the jar sealer just keeps things fresher, longer. I will purchase a regular size jar sealer now because of the usefulness of the wide mouth one. December 28, 2011
Excellent for a humid climate I bought the wide mouth half-gallon and quart canning jars with lids specifically so I could seal various types of flours, nuts, soup crackers, cereals, powdered milk and instant potatoes. All I do is rest the seal on top of the jar, put the sealer on top, attach the hose, press the canister button and it automatically sucks the air out. It actually seals the lid onto the jar. The seal can be used over and over since I am not actually going through the canning process. Even made labels for the jars on the computer. I love it. February 28, 2012