• Micro-Thermal Bag Resealer
  • Micro-Thermal Bag Resealer
  • Micro-Thermal Bag Resealer
  • Micro-Thermal Bag Resealer
  • Micro-Thermal Bag Resealer

Air Lock

Micro-Thermal Bag Resealer

$15

Details

Use heat to seal the deal. This straightforward heat food sealer creates an airtight, water-resistant environment for your food in seconds. This means no clamps, clips and rubber bands . . . and, better yet, no AAA batteries since Air Lock is rechargeable via USB. Seal up to 500 bags per charge, then slip it in a drawer or hang it on the fridge with the integrated magnet. You’ll throw away less food, save more money, and create less waste.

  • Materials: Plastic
  • Includes thermal sealer and micro-USB charging cable
  • Creates airtight seal on any plastic bag
  • Great for chips, crackers, inner cereal bags, baking goods, and freezer food bags
  • Micro-USB rechargeable
  • Seals over 500 times on single charge
  • Built-in magnet sticks to fridge or dishwasher
  • Low-profile, compact design fits in kitchen drawer
  • Safety lock
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 1" x 1" x 4"
  • Weight: 0.08 lb.
How long can your food last?

About Air Lock

Fresh Food

Keep your food fresher longer with this food vacuum sealer and heat sealer. Air Lock gadgets help you preserve your favorite snacks and meals, easily.

To close up bags with an airtight, water-resistant seal (think: chips, crackers, cereal, and baking goods), use their heat sealer. It’s rechargeable via USB (hooray for no AAA batteries) and will seal up to 500 bags on a single charge. The folks from Air Lock even thought to put a magnet on the sealer, so you can keep this handy food freshness device on your fridge door.

Or, to take all the air out of a bag, use the Air Lock vacuum sealer. It
will create a vacuum seal in just 30 seconds. This sealer comes with freezable, leak-proof bags that make food last three times longer, marinate meat in minutes, and won’t get freezer burn.

Besides keeping things fresher, you’ll save some money and waste less food, too. Go ahead and cook in bulk. You can seal in freshness in seconds.
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