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SousVide Supreme Vacuum Sealer, SVV-00300

Details : SousVide Supreme Vacuum Sealer, SVV-00300

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  • Easy to use method of preparing sous vide meals
  • Multiple settings for vacuum or basic seal
  • Seals food efficiently to keep it fresh longer
  • Can be used to secure items for travel

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  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • Easy to use method of preparing sous vide meals
  • Multiple settings for vacuum or basic seal
  • Seals food efficiently to keep it fresh longer
  • Can be used to secure items for travel


Trick and tips



Even with a manual device, heat sealing is 2 to 5 times faster (and more), depending on the vacuum equipment.


The investment required for heat sealing equipment compares very favourably to commercial “vacuum” equipment.


The film required for sealing is always included in the price of the trays (just like transport). This represents approximately $ 0.03 per unit. A very small “vacuum bag” purchased separately from the trays, typically themselves more expensive, in order to be fairly resistant, is normally more expensive. For larger dishes, “ vacuum ” bags can cost several times the price of film.


In the “vacuum” process, sauces and liquids try to follow the air that is removed, often spoiling the presentation of dishes.


The customer buying a cooked, heat-sealed dish only has to remove a corner of the film or make a small incision to pass his dish in the oven or in the microwave and then gently remove the film, while heated, while the customer of the “ sous-vide ” must struggle with his scissors in order to manage to remove the bag which covers his dish.


The film covers the top of the tray only, instead of surrounding the tray completely. Less material to produce, transport and less to recycle.


Thermosealers require less maintenance than a more complicated “vacuum” machine.

Types of vacuum sealing

There are three main types of vacuum sealers: manual sealers (which we will not review because they tend not to work very well and leave a poor seal), external vacuum sealers and vacuum sealers. Bedroom.

  • Chamber vacuum sealer- these are the big boys in the world of vacuum sealers. Chamber vacuum sealers are much more robust and powerful than external or manual sealers, making them ideal for portioning an entire batch of meat or if you have just harvested your vegetable patch. As the name suggests, instead of sealing the bag on the outside, it is placed inside the room. Once this is done, the vacuum will suck out all the air from this room, including all the air inside the bag. Heat is used to seal the bag, like for an external vacuum sealer, and they can also seal jars, which is a great idea for saving food.
  • Sealer under external vacuum- some may say they are not as effective as a chamber vacuum sealer, but everyone has their preference. These machines tend to have a lower power range than their chambered counterparts because they suck in or pump air directly from the food sealer. To do this, you will need custom sealing bags, such as padded or textured bags, because air is pumped through the material while being drawn in. Once this process is complete, the bag is heat-sealed.

How we choose our selection of vacuum sealers

Characteristics to look for in the vacuum sealer

  • Rollers and Knives – Vacuum sealers need bags to store the food you seal under these tight air conditions. If you don’t want to have to determine the correct size and shape of a bag yourself from a long plastic roll, then it’s a good idea to invest in a machine equipped with a system of integrated cutter and rollers that will do this job for you. It is one less hassle for you and one more function that your sealer can accomplish.
  • Wet sealing – There is a very popular movement in the culinary world towards the use of the vacuum method which produces succulent and tender results, bursting with flavor of the liquids used to marinate the meats and stews that you have prepared. If you want to be able to seal your creations at the same time as sauces, sauces and marinades, you will need a machine that allows you to wet seal or better yet, a machine that also has a marinade mode. Marinating can often require that your vegetables, fish, and poultry,
  • Pulse – Depending on the types of food you want to seal more regularly with your machine, a pulse mode may be something you find useful. If you like leafy greens, for example, which are more likely to decompose and disintegrate if you apply too much pressure at a time, then a controlled pulsed mode will be beneficial. This way you can closely monitor the exhaust air and stop it if your food seems to be about to be crushed and spoiled!
  • Maintenance and cleaning – These two points are also important to consider. If your machine is difficult and bulky to clean and requires a lot of routine maintenance, chances are it will just be pushed to the back of the cabinet to never see the light of day again! So opt for a user-friendly model, easy to clean and maintain, but which still represents good manufacturing quality and good value for money.