Pros: Bags continue to be effective for non-heated foods.
Cons: Thinner mil could cause safety concerns, seams unreliable with liquids hotter than 160deg F
I've owned a food saver Pro II for years and until recently have swore by the bags for use with the machine. The bags have been provided a variety of uses. From sauces not only in the form of left-overs from a meal but in larger production day's to make things for future use but also to Cryovac meats adding more "age" to them, . I can remember when I first started purchasing the bags. They were virtually indestructible. Even the sharp edge of a bone from a ham shoulder would not even cause the bag to fail. I never had a bag fail when in the freezer because of a pin hole and the self made seal was as indestructible as the factory made one. I could even take my sauces like marinara and...(read more)