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    Vacmaster 112 under $600

    I've been shopping chamber vacs for a little while. The Vacmaster 112 was over 700 on Amazon and most other websites. It's under 600 on Webrestaurant but out of stock. I was pleasantly surprised when Amazon dropped price yesterday to just under 600 and then today to 549. They just put one on the brown truck for me. 2 left.

    http://www.amazon.com/VacMaster-Port...=vacmaster+112

    I've no affiliation with either Vacmaster or Amazon, just a cheap SOB that spends to much on toys.
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    Dave you're going to love it. PM me after you get it and I'll give you some tips. I think I've about mastered it. It's not just put bag in and press start. Get some watermelon and dark Malibu coconut rum and make an infusion.
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    I want one soo bad how much are the bags? And why types of bags do you guys use? I heard silicon I think is better?

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    Wow, that is a great price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    Get some watermelon and dark Malibu coconut rum and make an infusion.
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    I got a NIB VacMaster Pro 260 for $100 on eBay, and I'm in love. How much better is the chamber? I had no problems with liquid in bags (using the "pulse mode" and some care, though I've had to leave long necks on bags, which is a waste of plastic), and the 260 can do vacuum infusion and marinades in a vacuum container, which I haven't tried yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    Dave you're going to love it. PM me after you get it..
    Thanks Dennis. Will do.
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    I've noticed it's been steadily lowering in price, good news for those that held out.
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    I think the price fluctuates. I bought mine about two years ago from a now defunct company names Quality Matters for $560 shipped. Worth every penny
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    You guys are killing me. I can't afford all my hobbies. Still really want to get into sous vide and infusing.

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