Vacu Vin Vacuum Coffee and Tea Saver

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Once exposed to the air, ground coffee quickly loses its flavor and aroma. The Vacu Vin Vacuum Coffee Saver features a vacuum pump that extracts air, creating an airtight seal to maintain freshness. The 43 fl oz canister is made of heavy duty tinted plastic to reduce the damaging affects of light on the coffee as well. Refill canisters are available without the black vacuum pump in 43 fl oz and 22 fl oz capacities.

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