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Postby kimgary » Wed Nov 04, 2015 3:04 pm

Some nice and very reasonably priced equipment here:- http://www.ecateringonline.co.uk/vacuum ... -124-c.asp

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ps 20x30cm embossed vac bags 1000 for £50.00 5 pence each.
My biggest fear in life is that when I die my wife sells all my stuff for what I told her I paid for it!!
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Re: equipment

Postby wheels » Wed Nov 04, 2015 7:31 pm

Is that a good price for bags for chamber machines? Wesch's are £9.30 for 200. Now if they're embossed, then Wow.

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Re: equipment

Postby Goaty » Wed Nov 04, 2015 8:23 pm

Those bags aren't embossed.

wheels wrote:Is that a good price for bags for chamber machines? Wesch's are £9.30 for 200. Now if they're embossed, then Wow.

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Not particularly. Vacuum-pouches.com are £21.60, although you have to buy 1000, & there's a delivery charge under £50, but they do a wide range, including embossed.

Doesn't everyone use rolls for embossed bags anyway? I find them much cheaper, as well as more convenient.

I haven't asked them but I guess they'd do you fewer per pack (mine all come in packs of 100 or 200). If it's not urgent I will ask them (I need smaller packs of very large bags, & they've been extremely helpful with other stuff).
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Re: equipment

Postby wheels » Thu Nov 05, 2015 12:23 am

I use rolls and bags for embossed. Bags are much cheaper than rolls - or were when I last worked it out.

I keep both in, but 'by the metre' bags have always worked out cheaper. Are you finding otherwise from your supplier?

That said, I've not bought any for quite a while.

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Re: equipment

Postby kil2k » Thu Nov 05, 2015 9:18 am

kimgary wrote:Some nice and very reasonably priced equipment here:- http://www.ecateringonline.co.uk/vacuum ... -124-c.asp

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Gary.
ps 20x30cm embossed vac bags 1000 for £50.00 5 pence each.



They've grossly overestimated the RRP of the stuff on their site, but good "reduced" prices non-the-less. £200 RRP for a 3ltr vertical sausage stuffer? £100 for 50m of 28cm embossed vag bag rolls?! Pfft :roll:

Very tempting to order the 7ltr sausage stuffer, although the missus may kill me when she sees the size of it.
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Re: equipment

Postby kil2k » Thu Nov 05, 2015 9:23 am

kil2k wrote:
kimgary wrote:Some nice and very reasonably priced equipment here:- http://www.ecateringonline.co.uk/vacuum ... -124-c.asp

Regards
Gary.
ps 20x30cm embossed vac bags 1000 for £50.00 5 pence each.



They've grossly overestimated the RRP of the stuff on their site, but good "reduced" prices non-the-less. £200 RRP for a 3ltr vertical sausage stuffer? £100 for 50m of 28cm embossed vag bag rolls?! Pfft :roll:

Very tempting to order the 7ltr sausage stuffer, although the missus may kill me when she sees the size of it.


Ha! I've just told her it makes a lot more sense than buying the 5ltr version I was going to get for £40 more, then grossly underestimated the size when she asked. Time to place my order! :lol:
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