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  • Mason Jar 500ml
The ideal family size jar for your pickled red cabbage.

Mason Jar 500ml - Price includes lid and VAT (Packs of 6/12/18/100/200/300)

 

A 500ml Mason Preserving Jar with separate metal sealing disc and screwband.   Ideal for all bottling and storage of fruit and vegetables as well as canning soups, casseroles and sauces.  These jars are good quality and are lovely for storing dry produce, flour, lentils, sugar, nuts and cereals. Consider purchasing spare discs for future use.

 

Capacity: 500ml

Height: 13cms

Width: 8cms.

Lid: Heat sealable metal disc and screw band.

CHOICE OF THREE PACK SIZES WHICH ALL INCLUDE LIDS - REMEMBER THE LARGER THE PACK THE MORE YOU SAVE!!

For multiple packs don't forget the quantity box!
 

Price:
$13
Quantity:

Delivery?

UK mainland delivery is £7.95 no matter how many items you order! Excluding Scottish Highlands

Refunds?

We hope you’ll love your purchases, but if you don’t, we’re happy to offer you a refund (You have 7 days to return your unwanted items)



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  1. exellent product without the expensive branded name 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Sep 2017

    First of all I have to say that the customer service from Liz was amazing, she found me an alternative to the out of stock kilner jars, tested the compatibility of the lids and then arranged for dispatch to reach me the following day...and the jars are great too!


  2. Exactly what is called for... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Aug 2017

    Great service as ever, and jars always arrive carefully packed and exactly as described.


  3. great value and quality 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Dec 2015

    the best priced jars i found and great quality, used in a pressure cooker to 15psi with no problems, would recommend,
    also great service, packaged really well and fast delivery.


  4. Does what it says on the jar 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Nov 2015

    My mother used them.. I use them. Can't get any more straightforward in a jam/jelly/chutney etc jar. And reusable. Recycling friendly.


  5. Excellent quality 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Oct 2015

    I bought these jars for pressure canning low acid food and the quality is excellent. They stand up to the heat and pressure with no problems.


  6. My 'go to' jars for jams and chutneys 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Sep 2015

    Have used these jars for a while now for homemade jams and chutneys. Really easy to fill and seal well. They look great for gifts.


  7. Exactly as described...Perfect! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2015

    I bought these jars and the 1litre jars for storage of food and for juices and smoothies. They are are good solid jars and were delivered well packaged and very quickly after ordering them.
    Thank you!


  8. Spot On ! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th May 2015

    I bought these jars to decorate. They were just what I was looking for and very affordable. They arrived well wrapped and the delivery company (DPD) kept me up to date, by text and email, with delivery times. Overall, this was an easy and excellent shopping experience and I will no doubt buy from Wares of Knutsford again. Spot On!


  9. Perfect! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Feb 2015

    I bought these jars for decorative purposes, to put fairy lights in for a garden party. They are just the right size for the job, and are very sturdy (I accidetally dropped one in my house and it bounced, phew!). Very well packaged, too. Can't imagine there'd be any chance of breakages during an uneventful shipping journey. Lovely!


  10. Arrived as advertised and intact 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Dec 2014

    I am beginning the Green Smoothie diet and will be storing a morning's worth of smoothie ingredients in the freezer for maximum freshness and convenience, simply blitzing them first thing in the morning to achieve more than my 5-a-day.

    I search a lot of places for Mason Jars and it's unusual for me to stray from Amazon or eBay for virtually anything, but I found the price here to be quite reasonable and in the quantity that I needed.

    I've not used them yet so I'll be keeping an eye on how long they last. I got 12 as I would need seven for the week, as well as some to store things like Chia seeds in a refrigerated environment so they don't loose their nutrient value so quickly over time and in a glass (i.e. not plastic) container. As well as some to spare for when accidents happen.

    That's the thing though, I would have liked seven, but they are restricted to packs of six, although I understand why, it's a round number and easier to ship, it's not so great when all you need is one more. However I like the option to add as many as you like and shipping doesn't change.

    They all come with two-part lids and that's nice, but my main concern (which had me hold off a while before purchasing them) was how to clean the lids properly. I was referenced to "Jess" from My-Pickles-and-Jams.com as he, a microbiologist and biochemical engineering, is very thorough when cleaning a jar as preserving leaves no margin for error. Although the good people here at WoK didn't have the answer I wanted I pursued the issue to find out that simply boiling the lids at normal boiling point was sufficient as I was to rotate them on a weekly basis and have them kept in a frozen environment anyway.

    That little note above should save you a lot of time wondering.

    I was advised to not purchase jars with sloped shoulders, but the height of these suits my compact freezer compartment perfectly so I had little choice, its something about expansion of certain fruits or vegetables, but I dice mine up so it shouldn't be too much of a problem, I hope!

    Th jars are a little on the thin side, made in China, but then so is the iPhone. I think that these are good value for money and the lids are of a high quality, but what do I know. My next one might be "Christmas Sweater Mason Jar Lantern, Frosted Teal Glass with Snowflake White Detailing" on Etsy, but they're £18 each :) --- I don't want to drop that.

    I'd recommend these for people in my situation: who are the generation rent and on a budget, looking to get into the Green Smoothie routine.


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