Is the current Seal-a-meal worth buying?

conanianMay 30, 2008

I have found the need to buy a vacuum sealer, and since there is the need to save liquids, I need one with an accessory port. That means, only FoodSaver and Seal-a-Meal would fit that requirment.

Seal-A-Meal is significantly cheaper (by $20+), and possibly they come from the same factory (both brands are owned by Jarden), but does that mean the current Seal-A-Meals are worth buying?

Thanks in Advance!

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mariend

You might check Consumer's Guide at the library.

    Bookmark   June 9, 2008 at 6:50PM
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