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FoodSaver Wide-Mouth Jar Sealer
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- For use with wide-mouth standard size mason-type jars and lids
- Re-vacuums jars easily. Plastic air tube not included
- Great for liquids, sauces, fragile foods and dry goods
- Air-tight and odor proof
- Dishwasher safe and BPA free
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FoodSaver Wide-Mouth Jar Sealer
Creates an Air-Tight Seal
Don't just close those Mason-type jars, make them air-tight with help from this wide-mouth jar sealer from the experts at the FoodSaver brand. The handy one-piece attachment fits on pint- and quart-size, wide-mouth, Ball and Kerr Mason jars to create an effective vacuum seal that locks out air, sealing freshness in. Re-seal those handy food-storage jars again and again, using a standard Mason jar lid and the FoodSaver jar sealer.
Easy to Use
The jar sealer works with any FoodSaver vacuum sealing system (machine not included). Simply connect one end of the jar sealer to the machine's accessory port and the white, round-shaped end to the top of a lidded Mason jar, so that it fits securely over the screwed-on lid. With the push of a button, the system quickly extracts all the air from inside the jar, pulling it out through the flexible tubing to form an air-tight seal.
Ideal for Liquid and Dry Storage Alike
Though not to be used as a replacement for traditional canning methods, the FoodSaver wide-mouth jar sealer works well for safely storing strawberry and blackberry jams, chocolate sauces, hot mustards, and other liquids and fragile foods. It's equally effective for storing dry foods like brown sugar, aromatic spices, dried fruit, and baking flour.
Keeps Food Fresh up to 5x Longer -- Save up to $2700 a Year
The FoodSaver jar sealer keeps food fresh up to five times longer when compared to other storage methods (like zipper bags, foil, plastic wrap and plastic containers). The FoodSaver system can also help you save up to $2700 a year by buying food in bulk, purchasing on-sale food items, and not having to worry about freezer burn or wasted food.
BPA-Free and Dishwasher-Safe Design
The jar sealer ensures convenient, reliable performance from one use to the next. Made with BPA-free plastic, the wide-mouth jar sealer is odor-proof, stain-resistant, and easy to clean by hand or in the dishwasher.
About the FoodSaver brand
The FoodSaver brand provides a range of vacuum sealing systems and an array of useful accessories like containers, jar sealers, and wine-bottle stoppers as well as pre-cut freezer bags and rolls of bag material for creating custom-size bags. An effective and convenient food-storage solution. The FoodSaver brand not only helps people save time, money, and food, but it also helps keep kitchens running smoothly and efficiently--perfect for busy families or for those who love to entertain.
FoodSaver Products vs. Ordinary Storage Methods
|FREEZER||Ordinary Storage||FoodSaver System|
|Beef, Game & Poultry||6 months||2-3 years|
|Fish||6 months||2 years|
|Soups & Stews||3-6 months||1-2 years|
|Coffee Beans||6-9 months||2-3 years|
|Vegetables||8 months||2-3 years|
|Bread||6-12 months||1-3 years|
|REFRIGERATOR||Ordinary Storage||FoodSaver System|
|Cheese||1-2 weeks||4-8 months|
|Lettuce||3-6 days||2 weeks|
|Berries||1-6 days||1-2 weeks|
|PANTRY||Ordinary Storage||FoodSaver System|
|Flour & Sugar||6 months||1-2 years|
|Rice & Pasta||6 months||1-2 years|
|Cookies||1-2 weeks||3-6 weeks|
Style Name: Wide Mouth
Top Customer Reviews
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) ½ 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.Read more ›
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.
These jar sealers are tools. They are not used by the process. We have used ours for months several times a day with no wear.
You take a jar and a flat disc lid (under 25 cents each) and use this to remove the air from the jar. The lid stays on due to the vacuum under it. This accessory is then removed from the jar and can be used to vacuum out yet another jar. The lid can be re-used dozens of times if you are at all careful. For another 15 cents or so you can have "rings" that keep the lid on if the vacuum seal is broken and those can be used hundreds of times if you get the ones that don't rust. The jars are free if you eat anything that comes in jars.
Here is the breakdown:
The roll/bag is 45 cents per foot If I generously assume two uses per piece and 6 inches per use, that comes to 11 cents a use. You loose two inches each use so the very best possible value is 8 cents a use.
The cheapest container is about $8. If you always keep something in it (unlikely) and rotate your leftovers through it three times a week (also unlikely), you will be down to about a nickel a use after a year and will have only one container if it lasts that long.
If you buy this and 12 lids & rings for a total of $12, you now have 12 containers. If you only change the contents once a week you are under 2 cents/use after a year. I'll generously say 3 cents factoring in attrition.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Only problem is the tube does not fit into my food saver accessory port. I had to use the one that came with the actual food saver machine.Published 4 hours ago by Nai Chiem Saephan
It works but you have to be absolutely sure the gasket does not get misshapen when you slip it on the jar. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dude
does not work good at all rubber seal keeps coming off when you take it off jar . i heard they have a newer model and it works great ,but i must have got the old one cause it sucksPublished 1 day ago by bobbie coleman
This gets the job done, what I don't like is that it makes it very difficult to remove the lid once you need to use the jar. Read morePublished 6 days ago by roro254
Sealer works great. You need to prepare jars and lids the same as for canning: That is, lids should be heated to soften rubber. You can re-use lids many times, just as in canning. Read morePublished 7 days ago by High Country Gal
I love this... I use it to seal dried fruit in Canning Jars. This way it does not get crushed, but the fruit stays soft and fresh and does not turn brown. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Brian Taylor
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