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Food Saver Question

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by NewGlock19Owner, Sep 19, 2006.

  1. NewGlock19Owner

    NewGlock19Owner

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    Hi
    I am thinking of getting a Foodsaver I was wondering for there is one brand better than another. Can anyone Help???
    Thank you
    Andy
     
  2. oscarswanson

    oscarswanson

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    I have had a foodsaver professonal II for a few years now. I bought it to take on a fishing trip to Alaska.
    So far so good. I use it on smoked salmon mostly, but did fillet all the salmon we caught and vacuum packed it up their.
    To large coolers of Salmon and two of Halibut. 70 Lbs. each for a total of 280 lbs. At about $7.00 a lb or more around these parts adds up to about two grand worth of fish.
    Helps pay for the trip.
    There are many different models out their. Cabela's has some.
    I know a guy that has the cheap foodsaver and the only problem he has had is faulty seals. So he double seals.
    Mine is more automatic.
    Oscar
     

  3. Bill D

    Bill D Millennium Member

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    I'm pretty sure Tillia owns the Food Saver name. These are the units we see on the cable adds with the guy and lady. Very nice product. Also sold by Bass Pro Shop.