According to Tattler's website, the company has been around since 1976, producing reusable lids to fit any standard Mason jar. The lids are made in the USA from FDA- and USDA-approved food-grade plastic and Tattler promises to replace them if they ever wear out. Paired with rubber gaskets and the standard metal bands, they can be used with pressure canning or water bath methods.
We aren't crazy about the fact that these lids are still made of plastic, but for home canners who want to avoid BPA and can't afford pricier all-glass jars (such as Weck), they might be a good option. The ability to reuse them and Tattler's lifetime guarantee are also attractive features. Tattler sells the lids in bulk (starting at 3 dozen for $20.95-23.95), and they may also be purchased from Lehman's and other retailers listed on Tattler's website.
Do any of you have experience using Tattler canning jar lids?
(Image: Tattler Reusable Canning Lids on Facebook)