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Sunbeam Food Sealers

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Sunbeam FoodSaver VS7850

Latest review: I seem to be constantly throwing food out... so I bought the Sunbeam VS7850 a few weeks ago... along with a variety of their containers. I was a bit sceptical, but I thought hey, I'll give it a go.


Sunbeam FoodSaver VS7800

Latest review: I have had two of these machines so far, the first one did not vacuum any air out of the bag, and the bags keep splitting when you cook them. Took it back to where I bought it from, and they replaced


Sunbeam FoodSaver VS1300

Latest review: I want to love this product but found my first effort of using the bags in the refrigerator a miserable fail. I've googled a lot but apart from blanching vegies for freezing, very little help on


Sunbeam FoodSaver VS4300

Latest review: Pretty typical of Sunbeam's poor quality control. I probably went through less than 30 bags over the course of a year before the sealer element failed. For close to $100 you should expect much better


Sunbeam Foodsaver VS9000

Latest review: Love the GameSaver. We had one of the home use FoodSavers first and that was great but it did struggle a bit when we had a lot of meat to seal. The GameSaver has no issues with a big batch at all, is


Sunbeam VS4500

Latest review: It vacuums . It deals. But then if you store it in the cupboard that bag will let air in slowly over a day or so and you will loose


Sunbeam Foodsaver VS6100

Latest review: Ok for dry food, but not for wet. The seal is not good, and even after multiple sealing cycles, many times the seal is not perfect. Would have been better off with a more professional product. I used


Sunbeam Foodsaver Urban Series VS6000

Latest review: Right out of the box it would not work. The supplied manual (one sheet of paper with three large diagrams) was useless. I had to go to their website to download a real manual and all its