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TintonLife 220V Household Food Vacuum Sealer Packaging Machine Inc 15 Bags (EU Shipping) £18.91 Delivered @ AliExpress Deals / TINTON Life
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TintonLife 220V Household Food Vacuum Sealer Packaging Machine Inc 15 Bags (EU Shipping) £18.91 Delivered @ AliExpress Deals / TINTON Life

£18.91£32.9343%AliExpress Deals
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I thought this was a fab price for one of these sealing machines, especially as it's the 220V on offer, and ships from Spain so should be with you in 7 days or less.

Reviews seem generally favourable, and would be a great tool for keeping leftover food fresh, or if you buy in bulk and want to break up packs of meat.

Probably will need a plug adapter for this, so just bear that in mind

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Heat for having Magnetic Adsorption
Doesn't seem worth it when they were selling them in Lidl for £19.99 a couple of weeks ago and extra bags for £3.99 (may be some left in some stores).
Don't Lidl have these regularly for around this price? I'd be weary of buying this in case something goes wrong - much better to get one from Lidl so it's easy to take it back if it breaks - plus it'll come with a UK plug too
i bought this machine (with a different name) from amazon for £23 in 2017, and it has worked flawlessly.

chop the plug off and fit a new plug.
Edited by: "Deedie" 16th Jun
What do you all use for sous vide? Has anyone successfully done it in a Ninja? I know the biggest Instant Pot does it, but wondering whether to just get one of those sticks that you put in a pan.
mrew4216/06/2020 08:58

Heat for having Magnetic Adsorption


New innovations and science amazes me each and everyday. They must've had the best brains on the planet working on this.
Edited by: "ourdevonfamily" 16th Jun
Danze198416/06/2020 09:40

What do you all use for sous vide? Has anyone successfully done it in a …What do you all use for sous vide? Has anyone successfully done it in a Ninja? I know the biggest Instant Pot does it, but wondering whether to just get one of those sticks that you put in a pan.


Seems to be the easiest/cheapest way of doing it (the stick)
Have a look at sous vide everything channel on YouTube. Always makes me tempted to get one
Are the vacuum bags reusable. If I get though the 15 bags which won't happen but if I did can I use it again for something else or you throw them in the bin and buy more bags
19DembaBa1916/06/2020 10:14

Are the vacuum bags reusable. If I get though the 15 bags which won't …Are the vacuum bags reusable. If I get though the 15 bags which won't happen but if I did can I use it again for something else or you throw them in the bin and buy more bags


They get heat sealed and you have to cut them open to get the contents out.
You need to buy more bags.
mrew4216/06/2020 10:15

They get heat sealed and you have to cut them open to get the contents …They get heat sealed and you have to cut them open to get the contents out.You need to buy more bags.


Ok then. So are the bags cheap or expensive
19DembaBa1916/06/2020 10:30

Ok then. So are the bags cheap or expensive


Depends what suits you, cheap is not always inferior as long as they do the job (which they should do)
Danze198416/06/2020 09:40

What do you all use for sous vide? Has anyone successfully done it in a …What do you all use for sous vide? Has anyone successfully done it in a Ninja? I know the biggest Instant Pot does it, but wondering whether to just get one of those sticks that you put in a pan.


I use the Anova WiFi/Bluetooth stick. I got it from Amazon for around £60 last Christmas. It does an amazing job with salmon. No cleaning afterwards either the only byproducts are hot water and a plastic bag. The app is a bit pants though. It doesn't offer to save settings you've used as recipes and the WiFi setup does not work if your WiFi does not use a password.

I wish they made a version for the bath so the water could stay perfect when I'm having a nice long soak.
mrew4216/06/2020 10:42

Depends what suits you, cheap is not always inferior as long as they do …Depends what suits you, cheap is not always inferior as long as they do the job (which they should do)


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