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Foodsaver 5480 reviews

poacherjoe

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I have been offered this unit for free but I would like to know if any members here have first hand reviews of this product. I know free is a good thing and it has not been used but I would still like to hear some input from anyone that has one??
 

Steve H

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Not first hand reviews. But, I've heard people talking about them here. For the normal household use for sealing leftovers or a few packs of burger. They are good units. If you are going to be sealing up large amounts at once. Then, you may be looking at wait times after a few seals for it to cool down.
 

gmc2003

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Like Steve mentioned above. If your using it for a few items post grocery run or leftovers it works well. If your butchering a cow or deer then you may run into some issues. I have a similar model and haven't had any issues.

Chris
 

texomakid

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I just looked at ours. it's a 4440 but I will tell you we use it a lot. When I see things like chicken thighs on sale at Sam's I can buy a couple of packs, bring them home and divide them up into smaller packages, seal 'em up in the Food Saver and throw 'em in the freezer. I have learned to put dates on the sealed bags so to help keep our freezer inventory rotated.
 

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