Not only do our customers love Clip-n-Seals, but they also use them in ways we never imagined:
· Clip-n-Sealing clothes in plastic bags and squashing out the air saves room in suitcases.
· River rafters, scuba divers, bicycle racers, hikers, and other sports and outdoor enthusiasts use Clip-n-Seals to keep food and equipment safe and dry.
· Industrial customers use Clip-n-Seals in dairies, laboratories, evidence handling, diving devices, and furniture finishing - among many other things.
Do you have an unusual use for Clip-n-Seal? Tell us.
Clip-n-Seal works better than other bag closers and reclosable bags. Spring clips are flimsy and don’t close tightly enough to keep your food fresh for long, but Clip-n-Seal is easy to use, sturdy, and nearly unbreakable. In fact, Clip-n-Seals work so well that our industrial customers include NASA and a chemical weapons disposal company as well as the British Antarctic Survey, Pfizer, and Wood’s Hole Ocean Institute.
We’ve tested Clip-n-Seals successfully with chips, cereal, coffee, frozen food, herbs, and more. And remember, we invented Clip-n-Seal in Seattle…so we know all about the challenge of keeping food fresh. The reverse works too: in our most popular demonstration, we filled a bag with water and a fish and held it upside down without spilling a drop (the fish also looked happy).
We offer small, medium, and large sizes; our large Clip-n-Seal is big enough to fit nearly every large bag in your pantry or backpack. If you need a custom size, we can manufacture Clip-n-Seal to whatever diameter and length you desire.