Cusfall Vacuum food packing machine £22.99 Sold by Cusfull-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Cusfall Vacuum food packing machine £22.99 Sold by Cusfull-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 26th Sep
Was looking for a cheap vacuum sealer for sous vide and for resealing my hop bags after a brew day and stumbled across this currently 51% off on amazon with free prime same day delivery.

  • 【On sale from now to 30 Sep.】2 in 1 Machine - Can be used as bag sealer and vacuum packing machine. Vacuum storage and saving space design to reduce the chance of food spoilage. Keep you food fresher for longer.
  • On Button Operation - Very simple manual operation with one button. Sealing for ordinary plastic bags or vacuum packing on using specialized plastic bags in few seconds.
  • Easy to Store and Clean - With sealant strip which can be unpacked and cleaned easily. With 2 high performance magnets on the back which allow you to store the machine on the refrigerator.
  • Low Noise - Designed with feature of low noise, low power consumption and solid structure. More comfortable and solid to use, help you to economise money and time.
  • 20 Free Vacuum Bags - Shipped with 20 free high quality vacuum bags, made from eco friendly material, oil resistance and high/low temperature resistance, easy to be vacuumed.【Kindly Note: Please Read the Using Method and Precautions before Using.】

10 Comments

I've had a machine from lidl for about 5 years, still going strong. Its a very useful bit of kit, especially when freezing fresh items that have lots of packaging such as burgers or sausages.

It's not got good reviews on Amazon. A few say there's blew up and the wiring is dodgy

@tek-monkey Does the Lidl version require special bags for vacuum sealing?

terriclarkfan2 m ago

@tek-monkey Does the Lidl version require special bags for vacuum sealing?


I use vacuum sealer bags that cost about 10p each off amazon, but they are labelled as for vacuum sealers so I guess so? What sort of bags did you have in mind? I also have some rolls that I use to make bags the size I need but again that was supplied as for vacuum sealers.

sandiford10143 m ago

It's not got good reviews on Amazon. A few say there's blew up and the …It's not got good reviews on Amazon. A few say there's blew up and the wiring is dodgy



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@tek-monkey I seem to recall when I saw the sealer machine at Lidl there were also rolls of bags for it. Not sure if it was a roll of actual bags or just a long sleeve which the machine cut and sealed as it went along. Wish I'd bought it now as I believe it had a three year guarantee, unlike this Amazon unit.

terriclarkfan1 h, 4 m ago

@tek-monkey I seem to recall when I saw the sealer machine at Lidl there …@tek-monkey I seem to recall when I saw the sealer machine at Lidl there were also rolls of bags for it. Not sure if it was a roll of actual bags or just a long sleeve which the machine cut and sealed as it went along. Wish I'd bought it now as I believe it had a three year guarantee, unlike this Amazon unit.


Yeah, its a roll that you cut to size then seal one end. Put the food in, then treat as a bag. I actually prefer the bags as they work out cheaper TBH, which is odd as you'd think they were more work to make.

terriclarkfan2 h, 2 m ago

@tek-monkey Does the Lidl version require special bags for vacuum sealing?



I have used a vacuum sealer for about 20 yrs and never used any special bags. Any food grade bags will do. Only for heavy stuff like meat roasts, you want to use strong food grade bags.

When first seen thought vacuum and cook with and sure enough you can(sous-vide), a great way to cook food in water slowly specially meats in a sauce.
Edited by: "morrig" 26th Sep

pet20001 h, 39 m ago

I have used a vacuum sealer for about 20 yrs and never used any special …I have used a vacuum sealer for about 20 yrs and never used any special bags. Any food grade bags will do. Only for heavy stuff like meat roasts, you want to use strong food grade bags.


So just the press to seal bags you get for about a penny each will work? Never tried them, always seemed rather thin!
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