This is my third tightvac and it’s amazing like the rest!
Very big item. And is smell proof. Fast shipping
Easy Open at Last
OMG these are great, bought them to use for my gummy vitamins, instead of opening 4 of those awful child proof capped tops on those large containers, had them lined up this morning took moments to take all of them, and the vacuum keeps them form getting hard. Very happy with these
Hello, a few days ago we received our two tight vac containers (250 ml). Amazing pieces! Such a simple system and so effecitve! If they prove to be as good in the long-term use as they appear to be, we will most certainly buy more!
And thank you for the little additional gift! I cannot decide what to use it for, but it will be loved!
Best regards, Silke
Works exactly how it should
Works great for my coffee beans! I love that it's opaque so that light doesn't ruin the beans and the vacuum seal is easy to work. Keeps them fresh!
These canisters seal incredible well. They keep things airtight with not a lot of bulk. Very sleek and light weight. I labeled them with some single letter stencils and some spray paint. Very pleased with these which I've had for about 2 years.
I bought one of these to hold a specific tea in. Soon, I bought a second for work. Now I have a total of 6. This is a great canister for looseleaf tea if you buy a lot. The smaller ones might be better if you normally only keep 4 oz or so on hand. The seal is good and easy to work. The canisters are lightweight and easy to clean.
The label on top has some mighty strong adhesive, but Goo Gone cleaned it up without marring the surface in any way.
Holds just the right amount of ground coffee. Thought I might need the bigger one but no, this size is great
Keeps coffee fresh!
As others have stated, this is canister does not remove all air from the inside. It does remove most air and allows the fresh coffee beans to degas. If you are reading this and looking for a way to keep ground coffee or coffee beans fresh for months and months then you will be disappointed. The general rule for coffee is the rule of 15. 15 months for green coffee (unroasted), 15 days for coffee beans, 15 minutes for ground coffee. Can you still make coffee with the beans or ground coffee after these times and still drink a good cup? It all depends on your pallet. There are certain coffees that I think hold up better than others, but it is best to follow these rules for the best cup possible. It is best to keep beans whole and grind per cup/pot of coffee. Don't store in the freezer. This won't prolong freshness and will instead cause beans to absorb moisture and go bad more quickly. Keep in your cabinet out of the light. Overall, I would highly recommend this product for the price and the job it does.