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Orblue Bag Heat Sealer - Food Saver and Creates Airtight Containers - Cabinet Accessory (Orange)
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- Professional Heat Sealer will easily reseal original plastic bags so food will stop being exposed to dust and bacteria. Store food in original packaging & help save the Earth.
- Airtight seal - Create airtight seal and prevent your food from tasting bland and stale. Lock in freshness and flavor. Safely seal plastic party bags, treat bags, candy bags, popsicle bags and plastic rolls.
- Designed with ease of use in mind - Place edge of poly or mylar bag in your sealer and slowly pull the bag through. Squeeze air out of bag before completing the seal to create vacuum effect.
- Magnetic bottom - It easily attaches to refrigerators or any stationary metal surface so you will keep it handy in your kitchen, outdoor, cabinet or anywhere you need it.
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Original 5 star review below:
I was so excited to try this heat sealer. We are a family of 6 (4 kids) and have so many open snack, cereal, and frozen food bags that we never have enough clips so the kids end up leaving the the bags open. I have seen similar sealers but have never tried one.
This sealer comes with 2 AA batteries that fit in the back. One of my favorite parts of the sealer (besides the actual sealing part) is that it has a magnet on the back. You can leave this little sealer on the fridge or on the stove, etc... Typically when I buy small kitchen gadgets, they get thrown into a drawer and lost or forgotten about. I leave this one on my fridge so that it's handy anytime I need it. This is a small gadget that doesn't take up much room.
To use the sealer, just position the bag you want to seal in the sealer, press the two sides together and slide left to right. When you get to the middle of the bag where there is usually a seam you may have to press a little harder or go a little slower. There is a little bit of a learning curve with this gadget. You may want to play around with different bags of different thicknesses until you figure out how much you need to squeeze the two sides together. It really works well and seals well. Now all of the bags in our freezer are sealed and we are no longer fighting over where the clips are in the house.
Sample provided at a promotional price in exchange for my evaluation and honest, unbiased review.
- seals well after some practice
- great customer service
- concerns about long term use with inability to replace heating element and nonstick strip
- does take some practice and possibly destruction of bags to get the hang of it (not sure if this would also apply to other heat sealers)
Great smaller sealer that works well after some practice. As of now, I can't say this is a reliable product that you can expect to use for several months. I suspect it all depends on how much you seal. Mine wore out after a couple days of sealing 140 (total) or so small treat bags. Was shipped replacement and will update review at a later date.
I was looking for a heat sealer to seal bagged cookies for freezing. I found the orblue heat sealer and decided to go for it, since it was less expensive and small (who needs another large kitchen gadget?!). It arrived quickly and after a few practice bags, I got the hang of it. The inside of the battery case was pretty dusty/dirty, so I was concerned about the quality of the product and wondered about the validity of the other reviews on whether the product had been used before.
I was using the thin plastic treat bags that you can purchase at local crafting stores. I found that the sealer worked best if I folded down the bag so that I was dealing 4 layers of plastic. Trying to seal just 2 layers usually melted through and cut the bag where I had sealed it, while 4 layers sealed the bag but left the bag in one piece. (See pics)
Also, the enclosed instructions say to go from left to right. I'm not sure why and I had trouble starting the seal at the left edge without having anywhere to pull the bag through. So I would start at the middle seal left to right for half the bag, line up the seal again at the middle and go right to left for the other half.
As I said, after practicing and discovering the fold down, 4 layer seal with my thin bags, I successfully sealed several small treat bags. I was really pleased with how things were going but I did notice that about 1/2 way though my order (70ish small bags), the Teflon(?) strip covering the heating wire was wearing out the the wire was starting to be exposed. Then it the wire started sticking to the plastic and tearing the bag when I would try to pull it across. After I was sure the wire had cooled off, I tried to adjust the strip so that the wire was recovered. This method worked enough to finish the other half of my order. (See pictures of exposed wire)
In the end, I successfully sealed 140ish small treat bags while stopping to try to adjust the Teflon strip a few times. I did seal lots of bags in two sittings but this doesn't seem to bode well for the long term reliability of the product, since it doesn't appear that you can replace the Teflon strip or heating element (as many bulkier sealers offer).
I did contact Orblue and they quickly responded and said they have shipped me a new one. So A+ for customer service. I plan on updating my review after I have a chance to use the second one for a while.
With some modification I now have this little sealer working more the way I wanted it to. I took the screws out and disassembled the heat sealer part. I removed the heat tape and pushed the wire out of the way a bit and cut a small groove into the plastic where the wire could sit and pushed the wire into the groove and put the whole thing back together again. Now that the wire doesn't sit on top of the plastic anymore, but instead sits inside the groove, I can press as hard as I want on the sealer and the wire doesn't cut through my bag, it just melts and seals it, which is what I was hoping for.
If the manufacturer made even this slight modification (embedding the wire in a channel in the plastic) this would be a much better device. Even better would be a little bit wider wire embedded in the plastic, or an actual metal strip that heats up instead of this razor thin wire it currently uses. A metal strip would be nice because it would make a wider seal and it would be far less likely to cut through the plastic.