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Hey everyone. Any thoughts on the Kenmore seal a meal sealer? Found a good deal, but don't want to buy junk. Thanks!
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http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008HMWC4A/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B008HMWC4A&linkCode=as2&tag=bestvacuumsealerguide-20&linkId=DBRIOV5ZSYLWRPYM

 

This one has a good rating and $50 including shipping is a good price....

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Hey everyone. Any thoughts on the Kenmore seal a meal sealer? Found a good deal, but don't want to buy junk. Thanks!


All depends on how much you will use it. I have a flovorseal brand and it's good. Bags are a little spendy but good. It's the recycle time to be concerned with before you can jam the next bag in for sealing. The more expensive ones recoup quickly obviously. So, if you have 50 bags of PP to seal up it could take you much longer....it's all in what you're gonna do with it....Willie

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All depends on how much you will use it. I have a flovorseal brand and it's good. Bags are a little spendy but good. It's the recycle time to be concerned with before you can jam the next bag in for sealing. The more expensive ones recoup quickly obviously. So, if you have 50 bags of PP to seal up it could take you much longer....it's all in what you're gonna do with it....Willie
wish I had a smoker big enough or the time to smoke it! DaveOmak thanks for the link! I think it may work for me. Thanks guys..
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