Weston® Pro - 2100 Vacuum Sealer

Item # WX2-148756

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Details & Specs

Weston® Pro - 2100 Vacuum Sealer locks in freshness!

Easy to use, this Vacuum Sealer seals bags up to 15" wide... it's the food preserver you want! The heavy-duty, commercial-grade acrylic Sealer is built-tough for years of use.

Use the automatic mode for one-touch operation that vacuums and seals without a hitch, while the manual mode allows you to control the vacuum pressure. LED lights give you status updates on the vacuum / sealing process!

Fresh eats:
  • Preserves food 5-6 times longer than traditional methods
  • Double-piston, vacuum-pump delivers 28"HG vacuum strength with 715 watts of power
  • See-through acrylic lid for perfect bag alignment while sealing
  • Fan-cooled motor
  • Detachable power cord with convenient cord storage compartment
  • One-year limited warranty
  • Dimensions: 6 x 12 1/4 x 22 1/2", weighs 26 1/2 lbs.

Wrap and store your perishables! Order this Sealer ONLINE today!

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