Kikkerland Mason Jar Zipper Bags

Jars that won’t shatter.

You have to admit that using glass jars to bring stuff along looks cool, but they’re not very practical because they are heavy, bulky and shatter upon impact. Reasons why you should use the Kikkerland Mason Jar Zipper Bags instead. Made from leak-proof and dishwasher-safe cloth material, these bags are also printed with hyper realistic canning jars, which makes them look like glass jars. Each container measures 6 by 4.2 by 1 inch, which holds as much as a real jar of the same size would.
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