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Gamma2 Vittles Vault Plus Dry Pet Food Storage Container (35-lb. Capacity) EXPIRED

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Chewy has Gamma2 Vittles Vault Plus Dry Pet Food Storage Container (35-lb. Capacity) on sale for $17.95. Shipping is free on $49+ orders.

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Key Features:
  • Food Storage Container: This pest-proof pet food container for dry food keeps food fresh with our patented airtight sealing system that locks moisture out; Design is stackable for space efficiency; Includes scoop
  • Food Storage Container: The pet food pail is made of food-grade, BPA-free HDPE plastic that won't shatter if dropped and can be kept in garages, barns and outdoors; Perfect for dry food, treats, birdseed and horse feed; Holds up to 50 pounds
  • Airtight Engineering: Our Gamma Seal technology makes for a controlled moisture balance and features a threaded locking system with reliable double gaskets for freshness and controlled moisture
  • Gamma2: Keep dry dog and cat food fresh with our collection of airtight food containers; We have wall mounted containers, travel, pantry, and kitchen containers, plus larger containers for large dogs and horses
  • Just For Pets: Petmate makes a variety of pet products for dogs, cats, birds, and other furry friends; Check out our brands such as Aspen Pet, Arm & Hammer, Booda, Chuckit, PetQwerks and more
  • Pet Food goes stale Gamma2 keeps your food fresh
  • Airtight seal keeps food fresh

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Great deal. Lowest price per CCC. Useful for storing rice, wood pellets etc. Not just pet food.
You can buy food grade 5 gallon buckets with screw lid at lowes or home depot.
But this is 35lbs?? Homedepot 5gal buckets run 6-7$ ea and the gamma lids are 8-9$. Am I missing something here?

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Great deal. Lowest price per CCC. Useful for storing rice, wood pellets etc. Not just pet food.
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Thanks OP 💪🏻👍
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Quote from blazenfire321 :
Great deal. Lowest price per CCC. Useful for storing rice, wood pellets etc. Not just pet food.
Yep these are food grade and also have a dry erase sticker on the lid to put exp dates.
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Worth? More stuff
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You can buy food grade 5 gallon buckets with screw lid at lowes or home depot.
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This looks amazing except I read the Amazon reviews of ants and moths going in. The other issue is people can't even stuff 31lb food into the 35 so this seems like a waste. There also seems to be quality issues, I might stick to the home Depot $5 leak tight for now. They're also great for stacking and people complained about the vaults tipping over.
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This looks amazing except I read the Amazon reviews of ants and moths going in. The other issue is people can't even stuff 31lb food into the 35 so this seems like a waste. There also seems to be quality issues, I might stick to the home Depot $5 leak tight for now. They're also great for stacking and people complained about the vaults tipping over.
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Look on your pet food bag. Most premium pet foods specifically say to NOT transfer the food to another container. Especially a plastic one. The food can absorb toxins from the cheap plastic. Just keep the bag in an indoor pantry/closet, cut a small hole in the bag, scoop/pour out what you need, and binder clip the opening.
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Look on your pet food bag. Most premium pet foods specifically say to NOT transfer the food to another container. Especially a plastic one. The food can absorb toxins from the cheap plastic. Just keep the bag in an indoor pantry/closet, cut a small hole in the bag, scoop/pour out what you need, and binder clip the opening.
Thank you for the heads up.
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just look up 5 gallon bucket and lids on Lowe's or Home Depot's websites. I use a combination of screw on and snap on lids. I have buckets for food, treats and toys. Keeps all the dog stuff organized. Amazon will have the Gama Lids on sale from time to time, but the knock offs work.
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You can buy food grade 5 gallon buckets with screw lid at lowes or home depot.
But this is 35lbs?? Homedepot 5gal buckets run 6-7$ ea and the gamma lids are 8-9$. Am I missing something here?
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I currently use the food grade bucket plus airtight lid from THD to store what's left from a open pellet bag. At $17 for a bucket set this seems like a better approach given the larger capacity. Thanks OP!
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Good for rice¿ beans? Long term food storage ?
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