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FoodSaver Jar Sealer

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Regular Mouth
  • For use with wide-mouth standard size mason-type jars and lids
  • Re-vacuums jars easily
  • Great for liquids, sauces, fragile foods and dry goods
  • Air-tight and odor proof
  • Dishwasher safe and BPA free
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Size: Regular Mouth
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  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 2.5 x 4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
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  • ASIN: B0000CFFS6
  • Item model number: T03-0006-02P
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Product Description

Size: Regular Mouth

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For those who cook large quantities of food for storage, FoodSaver vacuum packaging systems offer excellent protection against food spoilage and freezer burn. This jar sealer attachment fits on pint- and quart-sized Mason jars and is for use with any FoodSaver machine that has an accessory port. The lid forms a tight seal on Mason jars while tubing (sold separately) inserts through the top and removes air from the jar with the help of a FoodSaver machine. The jar sealer works equally as well in packaging liquid foods, such as jams, sauces, or mustard, as it does for dry goods, such as brown sugar or spices. The sealer can even re-seal the same container multiple times (in case someone keeps dipping into the stored jars of raspberry jam). Vacuum packaging with this lid can keep food fresh three to five times longer than keeping it in a plastic food storage container in the refrigerator; however, it is a different process from canning and should not be confused with traditional canning methods. --Cristina Vaamonde

Product Description

FoodSaver Regular jar sealer allows vacuum packaging in Ball or Kerr Mason jars. Ideal for liquids and fragile foods, or for storage of dry goods such as brown sugar, spices, dried fruit, coconut and flour


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Customer Reviews

My jars are sealed so tight!
Zahara Ray
I use this with a vacuum pump instead of a Food Saver system, it works great for preserving dry goods.
Patricia M. Mayhew
The lettuce stays fresh and crisp for about a week in the fridge.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

712 of 720 people found the following review helpful By Grits VINE VOICE on July 31, 2008
Size Name: Wide Mouth Verified Purchase
FoodSaver may be kind of shooting themselves in the foot with this product. We found their plastic canisters to be rather expensive, and there were too many reviews saying people had experienced cracks in them. I'm sure a plastic canister would be good in some circumstances, but when we found out there are wide-mouth 2 quart canning jars (you generally only see 1 quart and 1 pint in the stores), we bought the last 3 cases of them we could find locally (6 jars in each case) and ordered this Jar Sealer. What a great product!

Just so there's no misunderstanding, this product is removed after the jar is sealed, and the lid stays put - just screw on the jar ring and put away whatever is in the jar. At first it was a little unclear whether we had to get one of these attachments for each jar, but that's not the case.

Now we can use relatively inexpensive (and durable) ˝ gallon canning jars (as well as the smaller sizes) for various food items, take out what we need for use, and immediately vacuum-seal the jar again with the remaining contents. A case of six 2 quart jars was just over $8.00, so for about $25 (plus the one-time cost of the jar sealer attachment of course) we have 9 gallons of storage capacity to use over and over, without concern for cracking like the FoodSaver plastic canisters apparently do too often. And replacing the sealing lids when they finally need replacing is a minimal expense. This also sure beats the cost of the plastic sealing bags that generally can only be used one or two times, when we can use these jars over and over instead of the bags. There is a place for the plastic bags, but we're finding so far that a whole lot that we initially started putting in the bags can just as easily (if not easier) go in the jars.
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175 of 182 people found the following review helpful By Gavin S. Pope on February 6, 2005
Size Name: Wide Mouth
I have had a Tilia FoodSaver for more than two years. This particular attachment is used every day in my kitchen. It is a wonderful way to preserve foods from the ravages of spoilage. I vacuum seal all of my spices, brown sugar, coffee, candy, chips, strawberries, shredded cheeses, tea, etc., etc., etc. Using wide mouth jars that I have used for years in canning, I can seal just about anything that will fit into a jar that uses a wide mouth lid. In addition, this sealer can be used on the Tilia canisters, both small and large, to seal them as well.

Everything that is sealed in this manner stays very fresh and I can buy larger amounts of things on sale and seal in the freshness. My favorite use is for coffee beans. Recently, I purchased 10 lbs of beans of various types at half price ($4/lb instead of $8/lb) saving more than the cost of this item in that single purchase. The beans stay absolutely fresh until I use them!!

A warning about using the lids, both the jar and the lids must be VERY clean to hold the seal. You should regularly check your sealed jars to make sure that they remain sealed. Also, there can be no chips or cracks anywhere on the jar.

I really do enjoy the sound of popping a lid and hearing the whooosh of the air when it rushes into the vacuum created by my Tilia FoodSaver. I just know that what is inside that jar is FRESH.
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102 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Konni Cantrall on July 31, 2006
Size Name: Regular Mouth
This jar sealer is a necessity if you have a Foodsaver! Much cheaper than using those expensive canisters and it keeps your food fresh! There's nothing better than opening a jar and hearing the whoosh of air going in! Lets you know it's fresh! For all of those reviewers who had problems with it sealing, I have a tip that should eliminate those sealing problems. When you seal the jar put TWO mason lids on top, one on top of the other. Then seal the jar. The top lid should pop right off and the bottom lid will be vacuumed tight and secure! (If the top lid doesn't come off right away, just give it a few hours and it will come loose.) Not sure why it works this way, but it does! For those jars that you seal for longer than a week I would recommend checking the seal every once and a while. I have had a jar lose it's vacuum a time a two. BUT a great majority of the time it remains sealed. Highly recommend!
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121 of 126 people found the following review helpful By R. Chiu on January 25, 2007
Size Name: Regular Mouth
At first I had the problem with it not sealing the lid also. After some investigation, I notice that the pump is acutally holding the lid up and away from the jar during vacuuming. When the pump stopped, the air slowly flowed back around the lid and into the jar. (Excuse me for I'm about to go scientific here) This slow movement of the air creates a pretty much equal pressure on both sides of the lid, therefore keeping the lid "afloat". The solution is to create a greater pressue on the topside of the lid than the bottom side of the lid. However, the clear plastic tube that's attached to the jar sealer has such a narrow channel that it won't allow the pressure to build up fast enough to "press" the lid down before air is leaked back into the jar.

The trick is to remove the tube quickly from the jar sealer while holding the jar sealer down on the lid. The hole on the jar sealer itself is large enough to build up air pressure quickly, but you must do it fast or else you'll let air back into the jar.

This is exactly how I do it:

1) Move the jar right next to the food saver

2) Hold the jar sealer on top of the jar with the thumb and index finger while pressing the power button on the food saver with other fingers of the same hand. Not very easy at first, but with practice it should become second nature.

3) With the other hand, hold the plug of the tube that's attached to the jar sealer.

4) Once the FoodSaver switches from vacuum to seal, quickly yank out the plug of the tube.

Now the lid should be tightly sealed against the jar.

I gave it 2 stars for bad engineering, but I don't regret buying it.
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