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Tattler Reusable Wide Mouth Canning Lids & Rubber Rings - 12/pkg

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  • BPA Free!
  • Indefinitely Reusable
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • F.D.A approved materials
  • Use with Pressure canner or water bath (boiling water) methods
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Tattler Reusable Wide Mouth Canning Lids & Rubber Rings - 12/pkg + Tattler Reusable Regular Canning Lids and Rubber Rings, BPA Free, Dishwasher Safe (Pack of 12) + Tattler Reusable Regular Canning Rubber Seal Rings only, BPA Free, Dishwasher Safe (Pack of 12)
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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0055PU5DC
  • Item model number: WM1DOZ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,005 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Made in U.S.A

Never buy home canning jar flats again! Durable plastic lids work for all accepted forms of canning - pressure canners, water bath processing, vacuum sealer etc. Perfect for acid foods such as tomatoes and pickles because the lids won't corrode.

Lids are white plastic and come with reusable rubber rings. Metal bands are required for sealing (not included). Fit any wide mouth mason type canning jar.

Reuse these lids for years - less waste, less cost and safe!


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Customer Reviews

Save me money, you bet!
Charles Shirley
The extra thickness of these lids reduces the amount of thread on the jar that holds the ring down.
A. muscaria
I love fact that I am not using traditional lids which I now know have BPA in the coating!
L Parr

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Estelle Spradling on November 9, 2011
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These are great lids and they are reuseable. If you use good canning practice (ie wiping the rims, etc.) they will seal every time. I especially like that you can write on the lids with a sharpie marker and it will wash off. It makes labeling easy and fun!
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120 of 140 people found the following review helpful By A. muscaria on August 13, 2012
After using these lids for 2 years I feel it is time to share my opinion. I am sorry I wasted my money on these lids. I have only experienced a 30% success rate with these lids and have even had a lid on a jar of tomatoes blow off in my face causing 2nd degree burns on my chest, arms, face and neck from tomatoes and a visit to the Doctor for burn treatment.The extra thickness of these lids reduces the amount of thread on the jar that holds the ring down. In addition to that, Tattler recommends that you leave the ring a little loser than normal metal lids. I have been canning for 50 years and normally have a 100% success rate. I have used these lids for a variety of jobs including water bath as well as pressure canning. I have written to Tattler several times only to get the same tired old form letter with the directions repeated. That's all! I wouldn't recommend anyone purchase these lids as they don't seal well, and are unsafe.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A Christy on August 13, 2012
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These lids are those little gems everyone who home cans (jars/bottles) dreams of but never knew existed. Now they are a reality and they are amazing.

I have been in the pickle of trying to find lids when I thought I had more at the height of canning season before. My solution was to stock up on bulk purchases of the metal lids but I cringe at the ever increasing prices. After all, if being thrifty and healthy is the goal...one loses the thrift trying to buy lids at the height of the season.

Also, the metal ones are not re-usable. Or at least they shouldn't be. I'm hearing more and more of people re-using them for dry canning after opening up something that had been wet canned. Not a big fan of that idea.

Enter the Tattler. I just love these things. They really are just a plastic disk and a rubber ring, but the combination of the two gives you a reusable and refreshingly easy system for sealing up your home grown produce. I purchased from here last year so I've used these twice, but the ones I bought 2 years prior to that to try them out are on their 4th usage and doing fine.

My only comment would be to ensure you have spare rings around. I'm noticing a bit of a crease in a few of them that have been pressure canned 4 times now. The lids themselves are just like new! Great product.

NOTE: Amazon price varies considerably. Right now there is no shipping with Prime so that is an improvement but check out the manufacturer and compare it with Amazon before you purchase.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By L. R. Runnels on September 22, 2012
I was so excited to get my tattler lids (purchased 12 doz from the tattler web site). I used the tattler lids for the first time to can 16 pint jars of chicken in my pressure canner. I am not a veteran canner but have processed several dozen jars of various meats in my pressure canner and a LOT of different jellies, pickles, fruits, jams etc. by hot water bath method. I have not had a single jar fail to seal EVER until I used the Tattler lids. One of the 16 jars did not seal. I followed the directions to a T, making sure I did not over-tighten the rings. I was very disappointed, not only that one jar failed but also because 1. no familiar ping (must rely solely on lifting by the lid to test) 2. rings and lids were covered in dirty crud after processing (had to scrub the rings with a Brillo pad urg!)3. the rings were all dented up after pressure canning with Tattler lids (never had that happen before) 4. all the tattler lids have little chips in the edge of them (maybe part of the manufacturing process and normal but some had chips bigger than others 5. after washing the used tattler lids, they still smelled like the chicken I had processed. I couldn't get the smell out (maybe air time will solve that??? or vinegar or bleach soak...urg!) 6. Tattler lids are expensive! ...now that I think about it, I probably could have bought a lifetimes worth of regular disposable lids for what I paid for those 144 tattler lids. I probably won't even use them again unless the world as we know it ends and Ball lids are no longer available. If you are considering Tattler lids, I recommend investing in one box first and try them out before buying in bulk. Cheap, reliable and disposable Ball lids are the way to go as far as I am concerned. Oh...and you don't want to use a permanent marker on those Tattler lids either, so plan on investing more $'s in removable labels or something...just saying.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. Knowlton on December 15, 2012
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My wife and I are just starting out with canning, so we felt investing in reusable canning lids up front would assist in recouping their cost over the next 10-20 years. We used the lids to water bath can our first batch of homemade relish. We had no seal failures among 15 half-pint jars. Edit: After a year of use and an additional 20 or so water bath and steam bath sealed jars, we've had no seal failures.

Pros:

- Easy to use. Finger & thumb tighten the ring before it goes into the water bath. Fully tighten the ring when it comes out.
- No BPA.
- Infinitely reusable. We purchased a supply of replacement rubber rings up front which should make these last the rest of our lives.
- No rusting, even in storage.
- Can be stored with ring on or off.
- Easy to tell if there is a seal failure: the lid will effortlessly lift up

Cons:

- No satisfying "ping" upon sealing, if that's important to you in the canning process. You have to wait until the jar is cool before you can check the seal. (Only slightly different from metal lids, since you can't be *certain* that it's sealed until the jar is cool...even if the metal lid did ping during cooling).
- Does take some time to recoup the cost. Need to use these about 4 times to match the cost of metal lids.

Tip: when opening a sealed jar, use the non-serrated, smooth edge of a knife and pry underneath the *bottom* of the rubber ring. That way, the replaceable rubber ring absorbs the pressure rather than taking the chance of damaging the edge of the plastic lid.
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