This is a beast of a machine. I have vacuum sealed roughly 3000 packages with this machine and it is a boss.
Very sturdy and very easy to use. 5 secs and i haven’t had any seal failures. The machine is so fun and easy to use, i find myself looking around the house for things to bag. I’ve thought about trying one of the cats and they seem to read my thoughts. They hide when they hear the machine turn on.
Just got this vacuum sealer this week and did a bunch of sealing 20 – 30 bags. Automatic features and manual control. Even allows you to adjust the sealing time for thicker/thinner bags. It pulls a tight vacuum and creates a nice wide seal on a bag. It has a cooling fan, so maybe the vacuum pump will have a longer life?. I did a bunch of research because i didn’t want a product for $60-100 that was made of plastic that i’d have to toss after a year. I wanted something that seemed solidly constructed and built to last. The vacmaster pro 350 seemed like it fit the bill.
Key specs for VacMaster PRO350 Suction Vacuum Sealer:
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- Extend your food freshness up to five times longer than traditional storage systems.
- Convenient roll cutter and storage built into the machine.
- A unique and practical transparent lid allows you to easily check bag placement on the seal bar.
- With a new intuitive digital panel control, vacuum packaging hard cheeses, meals, veggies and even fish and game is incredibly easy.
- An extra wide seal wire gives heavy-duty, leak-proof protection.
Comments from buyers
“Great choice for a heavy-duty suction vacuum sealer
, and we’ve not had any seals go bad in the freezer
, I love it, very easy to use and I use
All i can say is the negative feedback must be from folks who don’t know how to read the instructions and set it up properly. It’s a champ and i’ve run 150 feet of bags already. If you buy it you won’t be disappointed.
After using the vacmaster pro350 for a few months now, i love it, very easy to use and i use it almost daily for sealing bags and canisters. Takes a little more counter space than my old foodsaver, but not that bad. Like the wider seal band on the bags, also adjustable heat times to accomodate other brand bags is nice. Only thing i wish it had was a removeable tray in the vacuum chamber to make it easier to clean up when a small amount of liquid gets sucked from the bag during sealing.
Works well with their bags would not work with 4mil bulk rolls at that price it should work with any bags sent it back.
Wasn’t sure how much we would use it but it is easy to operate and works great. I can now buy in bulk and freeze without the worry of freezer burn.
After fighting with several models of foodsavers over many years, i discovered this gem. Does everything i hoped for faster and with greater reliability. Pulse seal – one of the neatest perks is the ‘pulse. ‘ i like to freeze homemade bread, cakes, and cookies. With the foodsaver it was a guess when to stop the vacuuming process and press the seal button. I invariably left in too much air or crushed what i was sealing. With the vacmaster pulse you can stop the vacuum process at the exact point you need, then press the seal button. Seal bar – wide seal bar, what more can i can?.
We have to ‘fiddle’ with it often to get it to work. I expected better quality, than the countertop models that do the same thing.
Phenomenal vacuum sealer great for sealing liquids using the purge button.
Fantastic sealer, i have had many low end sealers and finally opted to this unit and i love it, awsome.
Very nice quality, i like the pulse feature, makes it easier to seal delicate items.
This is a great sealer, if you don’t mind doing a little extra. It isn’t a fully automatic machine like a foodsaver. This machine has several manual features that make it a much more versatile sealer. The seal is much wider, the vacuum is much stronger, and the storage tray will hold bulk rolls of bag material. My biggest problem with my previous foodsaver was long wait between seals, that isn’t a problem anymore. I don’t have any issues myself, but some people may not like the large size. I must put it away between uses, so it’s not always readily available.
Hands down the best vac sealer that i have owned in my 62 plus years.
I do a ton of wild game processing and food sealing. In the neighborhood of several hundred bags per year. This machine replaced (3) food savers that were getting weak after only a few years. After one year, this machine has never failed to seal, and we’ve not had any seals go bad in the freezer. The previous sealers i had, about 25% would go bad. It has also never overheated, which is a tremendous time saver.
Quality machine, and has roll storage and cutter built in. Pulse is a nice feature to control the length of time to vacuum for moist items. It also has 3 settings for the amount of vacuum applied.
Works great super easy to use.
The vacmaster pro350 works and operates l0 times more efficient than a meal-a-seal, being a hunter and processing game during the bagging and sealing is a non stop operation, where the meal a seal product a person has to wait for the heat sores to re-heat with thevacmaster there is no waiting.
I expected this model to be more than the previous one thats discontinued. The outlook overall looked quite ‘pro’. Wasn’t expecting much at this price range vacuum sealer but this one is really average. Has the capacity to hold a 50′ roll of vacuum packing roll. But does not fully suck out the air even at max. I tried contacting vacmaster and they did not even bother to reply. Its like a glorified sealing machine sans the vacuuming function.
Three deers, 50 chickens, 10 rabbits and a goat still going strong.
Vacmaster was great about product support when i had problems with the unit.
This is a heavy, and seemingly well constructed piece of equipment. I only just received it, replacing a foodsaver that i’d had for several years, but had used only lightly and off-and-on. The vacmaster pro350 is a much more ‘serious’ machine and i’m very happy with the purchase. I also have a vacmaster chamber vacuum in shipping/storage, but i’m on a one-year job assignment and won’t see my chamber vac for about a year. I was in the middle of starting a long sous vide cook when my foodsaver died, and i can’t imagine not cooking sous vide until i’m reunited with my chamber vac. I compared the weston 2300 and i also looked at the vacmaster pro380. It seems the pro380 is identical except for the wider (16′) seal bar. I don’t need something so big, thus my choice of the pro350. The weston had more and better reviews – it seems like a great choice. However, i had good luck with my vacmaster chamber vacuum, so customer/brand loyalty figured into my decision.