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$19 for a Vacuum Sealer Machine - Too good to be true?

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$19 for a Vacuum Sealer Machine - Too good to be true?

I've been considering buying a vacuum seal machine for a while now, and this popped up for me today.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08RYSRZ36/ref ... ljaz10cnVl

$19 after a $60 off coupon. I want to buy it, but I'm wary.

The deal looks too good to be true.
There are no product reviews
It is a third party seller
The seller has only 4 reviews

One person said "It's fulfilled by Amazon. Worst case you get a refund." Looking for other people's thoughts.
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MischaLevine wrote: I've been considering buying a vacuum seal machine for a while now, and this popped up for me today.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08RYSRZ36/ref ... ljaz10cnVl

$19 after a $60 off coupon. I want to buy it, but I'm wary.

The deal looks too good to be true.
There are no product reviews
It is a third party seller
The seller has only 4 reviews

One person said "It's fulfilled by Amazon. Worst case you get a refund." Looking for other people's thoughts.
Looks like deal is dead anyways.
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Feb 5, 2011
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Damn. That was quick. Oh well. That saved me $19. :)
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It is now $85.90 with $50 coupon. I think I will give it a pass.
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If you are looking for a cheap vacuum sealer, get a used one locally. Lots of people get them as gifts and never used them or stop using them after a few times and sell them off for cheap. I recently got a name-brand one BNIB for less than 1/3 of the retail price.
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Feb 5, 2011
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craftsman wrote: If you are looking for a cheap vacuum sealer, get a used one locally. Lots of people get them as gifts and never used them or stop using them after a few times and sell them off for cheap. I recently got a name-brand one BNIB for less than 1/3 of the retail price.
That's a great suggestion. Thanks.

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