Two Vacuum storage bags £1 @ Poundland
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Two Vacuum storage bags £1 @ Poundland

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Found 10th Aug 2015
I recently bought some vacuum storage bags as I was having a sortout. It was the first time and found them great. I was looking to buy some other sizes so was using google to search, I came across Poundland's website.

They sell:
Vacuum Storage Bag 45cm X 60cm 2 Pack
poundland.co.uk/hom…ack

Vacuum Storage Bag 105cm X 70cm
poundland.co.uk/hom…bag

Scented Vacuum Storage Bag 98cm X 68cm
poundland.co.uk/hom…bag

Large Vacuum Storage Bag 80cm X 100cm
poundland.co.uk/hom…bag

Vacuum bags are great, the large ones will fit a duvet. It will stay fresh, dust free and take up less room.

I have been instore they have loads hung up in all four varieties. I will use the smaller ones with 2 in a pack to put in the drawers under the bed, so I can put matching bedding together.

They will come in handy in coming months as I put summer clothing and lightweight duvet away for next year.

These are much cheaper than the ones I previously bought. I paid £2 for 2 bags 50cm x 80cm from Tesco.

10 Comments

These are great.....for about a week then they slowly get full of air again.


marty-40156 minutes ago#1
These are great.....for about a week then they slowly get full of air again.
So true.
Edited by: "khaji" 10th Aug 2015

marty-401

These are great.....for about a week then they slowly get full of air … These are great.....for about a week then they slowly get full of air again.



​agree, think I bought 4 & only 1 managed to stay vacuumed

Would be a good deal... if they weren't completely & utterly useless. Mine went in the bin within minutes. Bought some for £2.50 each from B&M and they are excellent, so it's a case of getting what you pay for.

I put a small elastic band around the cap thread as a seal this was actually just one from a bunch of flowers and it now seals perfectly.

Yeah I agree, become full of air after. Few hours

These are not good. Better to spend a bit more and buy them at Lakeland, they are much better.

I've bought several over the years to store baby and children's clothes when my eldest grows out of them but my youngest is t big enough yet. I've had no problems and they never refill with air for me. But then I'm only filling them then storing them. Maybe not good for frequent opening etc?
As for the different sizes; my husband bought the larger size, thinking he was being helpful but once filled it was really heavy and too large for our loft opening. So actually the pack of two smaller ones works better for us.

They do work, but you have to be absolutely rigorous about sealing them. Too much like hard work. Better to pay a bit more for better quality ones.

Helped me out. Thanks OP
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