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Stasher Platinum Silicone Food Grade Reusable Storage Bag, Clear + Aqua (Pocket Size, 2 Set) | Reduce Single-Use Plastic | Cook, Store, or Freeze |…


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  • PLATINUM SILICONE: The world’s first fully functional, self-sealing, reusable alternative to single-use plastic bags. Plus, unlike traditional single-use plastic bags, Stasher bags contain no BPA, no PVC, and no latex. Keep your food safe from contaminants in Stasher bags
  • ELIMINATE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC WASTE: Each Stasher eliminates thousands of single-use plastic bags from ending up in our oceans or landfills
  • PINCH-LOC TM: Features the innovative air-tight Pinch-Loc TM to keep food fresh to store, marinade, and sous vide. Keep your food’s nutrients, flavors and juices locked in. Just burp your Stasher to remove excess air and pinch the seal closed
  • DISHWASHER AND MICROWAVE SAFE: Platinum food-grade silicone is safe for use in the freezer, microwave, dishwasher, boiling water, and oven up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit
  • START YOUR STASH: Pocket size 3.5″ x 4.5″ x 1″ (4oz)

Specification: Stasher Platinum Silicone Food Grade Reusable Storage Bag, Clear + Aqua (Pocket Size, 2 Set) | Reduce Single-Use Plastic | Cook, Store, or Freeze |…

Product Dimensions

3.5 x 4.5 x 1 inches

Item Weight

1.44 ounces



Country of Origin


Item model number

Stasher Bag

Date First Available

May 23, 2019

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11 reviews for Stasher Platinum Silicone Food Grade Reusable Storage Bag, Clear + Aqua (Pocket Size, 2 Set) | Reduce Single-Use Plastic | Cook, Store, or Freeze |…

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  1. Sigma

    I received the product today and before using it , I decided to check the seal.
    I filled the bag with 2 cups of water , sealed it , turned it over : the seal broke and the water spilled all over.

    I repeated the experiment again 3 times , making sure to perfectly seal it , but sill , the seal won’t hold the water. Slight pressure on the bag , and the seal gets wide open.

    If this is the design – don’t buy this product , it will disappoint you and cause actual damage !
    Can’t be used for anything with liquid! I can’t imagine what will happen if you try to freeze some pasta sauce or other liquid content. All the content of the bag is guaranteed to spill inside your freezer and creat one giant mess.

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  2. Maison Leach

    Start with one or two (sandwich size is a good starter) and build your stash as you get rid of the ziplock bags in your drawers. We’ve been using all sizes of Stasher bags for nearly a year – mostly food related –  and have not had any issues with a single one. We use them to keep crackers/chips/bread from getting stale after opened, to keep leftovers in the fridge or freezer, pack sandwiches/meds/dog food or treats + so many more things. I’m not sure why some people are having trouble putting a sandwich in the sandwich size bag unless they are trying to put a double decker club in there. I can easily fit a ham and cheese sandwich in that size with room to spare. We sous vide in them, heat up food in the microwave in them, put them in the dishwasher, and marinate in them. They don’t leak, they don’t smell, are easy to close and open, and don’t take up much room compared to traditional tupperware or other food storage. If you put squishy stuff or liquid in there, soaking with baking soda and vinegar for 30 minutes can make sure the crevices don’t mold as some reviewers mention. I do this a couple of times a month regardless of what is in them. If you don’t take care of them, they won’t last as long … like most things. They do cost more than regular plastic baggies and require more work, because obviously you don’t just use them once – make the switch and stop with the single use plastics.

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  3. Officient

    I spend a fortune on reusable plastic free bags. They have neat cardboard partial packaging, come in a big box protected by brown paper. So why the heck are they individually wrapped in polythene bags? 😡. Small size is perfect for a couple of salmon fillets or bit of chicken. Look forward to using.

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  4. J. A. Sims

    Ripped while I was hand washing it, just over a month into use. Was never used in higher heat, just as a sandwich bag, and always hand washed, so I wouldn’t recommend this product.

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  5. Maison Leach

    I use a lot of ziplock bags every day…well I used to anyways. The other day my friend told me about these reusable silicone bags that you can get at the store so I got some. They were kind of expensive but I figured I can just get a refund if I don’t like them. I’m trying to convert more of my disposable kitchen items to be more eco-friendly. So between these bags, 

    swedish dishcloths,


    silicone baking mats,

     I think I’m off to a good start! The one I got is in aqua, it says on the packaging that its 15-ounce.

    I tried it out immediately once I got home. My first impression was that the material was very thick and rubbery…in a good way. I was a bit skeptical about how it closes since it seemed kind of flimsy but to my surprise it actually closes very securely. Its funny actually after I closed it I struggled to get it back open again. So yeah, the seal will definitely seal your food.

    The next day I used it to bring my sandwich to work (I usually use a regular baggie). Of course I gave it a good wash beforehand. One thing thats great about the silicone is it keeps the shape of your food…in other words my sandwich didn’t squashed like it sometimes does in my work bag. There wasn’t any noticeable smell or anything either coming from the silicone…my sandwich tasted exactly the same as before so that’s a good thing. I know sometimes if the material is bad it can leave an odor in your food which I think is really gross.

    Whats even more impressive is that the silicone is microwavable. This actually makes eating lunch super convenient at work…I can just put the whole thing in the microwave for 15 seconds and I’ll get a warm meal. Whereas when I used regular baggies I would never get the luxury of eating a warm sandwich. Ive already had a coworker as me about them. I guess it attracts attention when you put something like that in the microwave. Ive never used it on the stove top though it says you can. The idea of putting it over open flame kind of makes me nervous so I think i’ll hold back on that for now.

    Like others have said they wash up great in the dishwasher too. I don’t use my dishwasher too often though so I just clean them by hand. Just use soap and water…the regular stuff, and leave it to air dry. I always dump the excess water out first otherwise i’ll take that much longer.

    The bottomline is that they’re great reusable bags. The silicone is high quality and doesn’t have any smell. They’re microwavable and easy to wash as well. My only complaint is that yeah they’re a little hard to open and close. I guess thats a good thing since it means that the seal works well? Or maybe I’m just lacking power in my fingers who knows…Anyways I don’t regret buying this product though it was kind of pricey. Less stuff to the landfill is always a good thing imo.

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  6. J. A. Sims

    I bought this Stasher bag for sous vide cooking. Knowing what I know now, it was a mistake. It’s impossible to get all the air out. The Stasher material is thick and the water-dunking method doesn’t do much. If you have a uniform piece of food, such as steak, that fills the width of the bag, you can roll and squeeze most the air out. Mostly, you’re just going to live without having a vacuum-sealed bag, which prevents you from cooking sous-vide properly. Because there are pockets of air inside, it wants to float, but worse, the food doesn’t heat evenly or thoroughly. This is annoying, but also potentially dangerous because meat doesn’t necessarily reach a safe temperature, even though your water bath does. I attempted chicken and turkey drumsticks multiple times at about 140-150F, but it often wouldn’t cook, even after 7-plus hours.

    Although it closes easily, it can be a challenge to open – the trick is to pinch, then pull apart at the sides and open it like a bag of chips. I don’t have a dish-washer and found it difficult to clean by hand. This is a heavy-duty and well-made product, but I think the company is misleading consumers advertising it as suitable for sous-vide. Unfortunately, I don’t have another product to recommend. I’m still looking for a silicone bag that’s suitable for sous vide cooking, but unfortunately this isn’t it. Because it’s impossible to remove the air, I wouldn’t recommend it for freezing either. But if you’re looking for a reusable silicone bag for sandwiches this might work for you.

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  7. Amazon Customer

    Just got my order of Stashers. What a disappointment. You cannot use them for sandwiches. I read the caveats about the size precluding Italian rolls, large sandwiches…mine was a simple turkey sandwich. Could not get it in the bag, and if I had, it would have come apart and been a mess. And it would never have come out in one piece. So. I don’t know how the New York Times Wirecutter came up with its recommendation, but this is a completely useless product.

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  8. M. E. K.

    After purchasing the smaller snack size in mint green which I am pleased with, I decided to purchase this larger size in clear. I cooked a salmon fillet in it in the microwave And everything seemed fine.
    That was until I came to clean it! I tried hand washing with hot soapy water and letting it stand first, but it still wouldn’t come clean. I tried again and still no joy. So as it is dishwasher safe I tried again. There was an improvement but it still had not removed the fish residue; especially around the seal area.
    During all this I noticed a faint yellowy tinge to the silicone. I ended up putting cold water with a little Milton in it and leaving it for a couple of hours propped up against crockery so it wouldn’t topple over to get it to its original state.
    Unlike the snack size this one was more difficult to get inside to wash thoroughly; not what you wasn’t with what is supposed to be a labour saving device!
    Depending on how the snack size performs, I may purchase just that size again. But as for the transparent larger sizes; a definite no.

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  9. Officient

    Fake. I bough original before in a shop. This one came in a brown bag, not in the original packaging
    Also see photo comparing original and fake stacher. Original one have the inner side that extends almos all the way(left) vs the fake(right) that is short due to use of less silicone.

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  10. Alicia Hagen

    I bought 2 of these bags, one storage size specifically used to cook steak using a Sous Vide and the sandwich size for my Toddlers muffin/snacks.

    Both bags were purchased about the same time, always hand washed and handled with care. Unfortunately they both riped, in different places within the same week…as in they are resuable until they are not and at the price I paid for bag not worth it. Dont waste you money.

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  11. Megan A.

    I’ve tried a LOT of reusable bags as there are a lot of options out there all using a variety of materials. The fabric ones just get gross over time. The vinyl ones are hard to clean and aren’t usually dishwasher safe. There are other silicone one that need a separate rod to close them that you can easily lose. This one is the most simple and easy to use. No separate pieces to lose. Can withstand any temperature/microwave/dishwasher/whatever. And if they get gunky they are very easy to clean and I trust that they aren’t hiding gross crumbs in any of the crevices. My only complaint is the cost – they are the most expensive and I wish they offered a bulk discount. If they were cheaper I would use them for EVERYTHING (open cheese in cheese drawer, all snacks on the go, etc)

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