November 20, 2015

Modfamily (2-pack) Mini Plastic Bag Heat Sealer | Review


Simple and Modern: Squeeze, Slide and Re-Seal Original Bags to keep Food Fresh and reduce the need for ziplock bags

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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.

Compact - Accessible, handy use in your kitchen, cabinet, outdoors or anywhere you need it.

Airtight seal - Create airtight seal and prevent your food from tasting bland and stale. Lock in freshness and flavor. Safely seal all types of bags. Works best with mylar (i.e. potato chips) bags.


These heat sealers are honestly such a fantastic product to have in the kitchen! I like to have chips, and snacks, however I hate that I can never seal them up well. I either use bag holders, ties, clothespins, or what have you. Air can still get into the bags and make my food go bad a lot faster, which is a waste of money.

These are so handy! Just pop in a battery, move the shield, and you are ready to go. I found the best way to use this is to start off slow, and find the speed that works well with the type of plastic you are sealing. Some plastics seal a lot faster and don't require the slow speed. Others take a bit longer, so it's really trial by error. Once I got the hang of these, I was able to seal a bag up in seconds and have a full seal with one swipe. At the beginning, it would take me a few go overs to get the bag fully sealed!

These do have a magnetic back, but I found that they are way to heavy to put on the fridge. They just slide down to the floor. So I keep mine on top of the fridge for safe keeping. I also wouldn't recommend children using this since it is melting plastic.

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