Rated 3 out of 5 by 2
Rated 3 out of 5 by Vicki34 It doesn't work for me
I tried this on our cat food cans and it works exactly as described. It does create a seal and I am able to pick up the can by the middle handle and carry the product to the table without losing the suction.
The reason that it is not practical for me is that when items are in the refrigerator, they are often moved or bumped accidentally. Then, when the edge of the lid is barely touched, the seal is immediately broken. This leaves the food exposed until discovered later, therefore defeating the purpose of the lid altogether.
January 17, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by pepsiowner Works well if you're careful
This lid works based on creating suction and seems to work well. My only caveat is that its fairly easy to loose the vacuum you've created to keep the food fresh if you knock the lid after you've created the suction. (For example, if you bump the lid when you're putting the food into refrigerator, especially when kids are helping.) So it works well, but only if you're careful.
January 25, 2014