|Mounting Hardware||Two 11" x 8' rolls, two 1-quart vacuum seal bags, and two 1- quart vacuum seal zipper bags.|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Power source type||AC|
|Material Type||Plastic, Metal, Steel|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||VS3150|
|Product Dimensions||45.8 x 24.99 x 27.99 cm; 4.13 Kilograms|
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FoodSaver VS3150 Multi-Use Vacuum Sealing & Food Preservation System with Additional Roll, Charcoal Stainless Steel, Black
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- KEEP FOOD FRESH LONGER: This FoodSaver Multi-Use Preservation System keeps food fresh in the freezer up to 5x longer, and fresher longer in the fridge and pantry, compared to ordinary storage methods—and helps prevent freezer burn as well
- VERSATILE: Combines heat sealer and handheld vacuum sealer in one unit; use the heat seal strip for freezer storage, and the handheld sealer for fridge and pantry storage
- PULSE/MARINATE/MOIST/DRY CUSTOM SETTINGS: This unit is equipped with 4 custom settings: seal delicate foods like baked goods without crushing using the pulse setting; marinate in minutes with marinate setting; dry and moist settings ensure an airtight seal is achieved regardless of the type of food you are sealing
- MORE FEATURES: Roll storage with built-in cutter bar so you can create custom-sized vacuum seal bags; time-saving features makes bags from rolls faster, by cutting your bag as you're sealing your next bag; alignment tool and angled opening ensure ideal bag placement; removable drip tray
- EASY TO USE: Simply press vacuum button to remove air and seal, and LED light indicates sealing is complete
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The FoodSaver Multi-Use Food Preservation System combines the power of a heat sealer with the convenience of a handheld vacuum sealer, in one unit. Use the heat seal strip for long-term preservation in the freezer, and the handheld sealer for short-term preservation in the fridge or pantry. This Food Preservation System keeps food fresh up to 5x longer in the freezer compared to ordinary storage methods, and also helps prevent freezer burn. FoodSaver can also help fridge and pantry items stay fresh for longer. For even more ways to use your FoodSaver, try the pulse setting to safely seal delicate foods, the marinate setting for flavor in minutes, and the dry and moist settings for an airtight seal regardless of the type of food you're sealing. This unit's sleek, modern design features a charcoal stainless steel finish that looks great in any kitchen. It comes with two 11" x 8' rolls, two 1-quart vacuum seal bags, and two 1- quart vacuum seal zipper bags.
Multi-Use Food Preservation System With Built-In Handheld Sealer
The power of a heat sealer and convenience of a handheld vacuum sealer—plus custom settings to keep any type of food deliciously fresh.
Keep Food Fresh Longer
FoodSaver keeps food fresh in the freezer up to 5x longer compared to ordinary storage methods, and helps prevent freezer burn. It helps fridge and pantry items stay fresh for longer, too.
4 Custom Settings
Use the Pulse setting to easily seal delicate foods; marinate in minutes with the Marinate setting; use Dry and Moist settings to ensure an airtight seal for any type of food.
Bags & Rolls Included
Includes two 11” x 8’ vacuum seal rolls, two 1-quart vacuum seal bags, and two 1-quart vacuum seal zipper bags.
- Pulse/Marinate/Moist/Dry settings
- Roll storage
- Time-saving roll cutter
- Removable drip tray
- Bag alignment tool
- One-touch vacuum button
- LED display
Easy and Time Saving
Seal 2 Ways
Use the heat seal strip for freezer storage and the handheld sealer for fridge and pantry storage.
Easy to Use
This easy-to-use unit offers roll storage with a built-in cutter bar for custom-sized bags, plus an alignment tool and angled opening for perfect bag placement to minimize bag waste.
Saves You Time
Seal at the touch of a button. Plus, use the cutter bar to cut the first bag while sealing the next bag.
Store for the Long or Short Term
Save food for the long term in the freezer, or for the short term in the fridge or pantry. FoodSaver is also perfect for meal prep and portioning.
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Always loading camp and home freezers. Very experienced vacuum sealers using commercial chamber type. Decided to try a “home” version, counter top size unit. Fully prepared to return to Amazon Prime if needed.
First and foremost you should know this unit pulls 11” of vacuum (10.5 inches actually, I rounded up). Other units can pull as much as 22”-30” Hg. This is a BIG difference. But not necessarily a show stopper (more on this later).
I measured this with 2 different accurate vacuum gauges. I am an engineer and understand measurement, pressures, etc. Made a career out of measuring. I wanted this unit to perform. I really did. 11” Hg verified.
Just know Foodsaver doesn’t reveal how much vacuum their units pull. They say it’s proprietary? So measured I did.
Bottomline is we’ll keep the unit. Overall very utilitarian with nice set of features allowing both auto and manual operation — you want that. Manual (pulse) allows you to control or “feather” amount of hard/soft vacuum.
A unit with internal bag roll storage is a plus; very efficient.
The Hand Held Accessory is a great option. Use with zip type vac seal bags, jars, marinade containers. And this hand held Accessory has its own reservoir to collect liquids (when used for zip bag). Nice.
Main unit has liquid catch tray as well. Essential. Must have. Why? You don’t want liquids sucked into the vacuum pump. It can easily happen. Cleaning nightmare. Always be careful to avoid liquids getting into the pump circuit.
I would prefer a bit more vacuum power but think we can live with this. It’s adequate but barely IMO. ONLY because we normally use our vac’ed foods within a year or less and our sealed bags tend to hold up during that span. And yes, we have had precious wild game get buried in the freezer for 2+ years (stored using monster size chamber vac). They were all fine, seals intact. So a durable seal matters.
Balance of Power (this is the “more on this later” part)
You buy a vac sealer to evacuate the air from your storage container and keep it out. Soo....you want enough vac power and sealing ability to do so. Over a long haul. Yet there is something of a balance needed between too much and not enough suction. Bear in mind a common complaint about sealers is bag leaks over time. That’s a FAIL. There are lots of reasons for this (user error, crappy bags, etc). Also consider vacuum can work against itself. How? Ambient air pressure is ALWAYS trying to get in. Plus the hostile environment inside your freezer. Competing forces. Too much vacuum can be a problem and work against the seal. Unless “the balance of power” is good. There are several variables here: vacuum amount, bag quality, seal quality, the user. Too much vacuum for a mediocre seal or a chinchy bag can result in creating a leak. It’s just a matter of physics.
So now I’ll postulate: One has to think the better manufactures understand the balance between amount of vacuum, bag design/material, and sealing. Thus they want to find that balance or sweet spot. And all things considered, the better manufactures match the variables for optimal, cost effective performance. So I surmise it’s wise to stick with matched, quality components (bags) that work in unison. At least until you verify other bags will work as well (many do).
Respect that balance.
We put this unit to work. Processed an entire deer and 30 lbs of large, whole shrimp. The unit didn’t miss a beat vac’ing and sealing dozens of bags custom cut from Foodsaver rolls. We cut ~ gallon and quart size. Some necessarily larger than gallon size.
NOTE: We also used several bulk packaged precut bags from Foodsaver. And yes they were about an inch shorter than the older precuts and the demo bags that come with this unit. Makes a difference. Shame on Foodsaver!
Ok, so I would like to have a bit more than 11” of vacuum. We tinkered with Dry, Moist, Pulse settings to fully test this unit to get max vacuum we needed for this batch. We didn’t get that shrink wrap type result on larger items like 3-4 lb roasts; could still see a bit of air space left in. Just a little :-(
The shrimp sealed very well as they lend themselves to a nice, flatter lay in the bags. Happy.
Overall we think it’ll do. And the 5 year warranty helps with peace of mind.
I CAN’T yet speak to the longevity of the seals and bags (the bags are well made tho, no reason for concern here). I do know we prep’ed and sealed like pros. So time will tell how and to what extent that bit of air matters and how well the seals hold.
I know this was a lengthy review. Hopefully not too technical. Hope it helps you. Inquiring minds want know.....
The problem however is that it has very low power, it just does not pull enough vacuum. I mean $40 machines pull twice as much vacuum as this $150 unit. If you were just doing a single item in a bag, just doing sous vide or marinades than this would be fine. The problem is if you have more than one item in the bag or an any item with nooks and crannies this machine will not pull enough vacuum to get all the air out. I will be returning my machine for one with more power.
Edit 1: I decided to keep the machine and give the lower vacuum a chance to see if it really did matter that much. Well the machine is now having problems, I have to push down on the lid to get it to pull a vacuum, locking the turn handle to vacuum does not pull it down hard enough now to get a seal. I hate this thing