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Hydrometer Jar - 14 in.
MT332
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Description

Clear, one piece hydrometer jar made from a single mold. The extra tall 14" size works for our wine brix hydrometers as well as our MT310 beer and wine hydrometer with correction scale.  

Also works with spirits.  

Item # MT332
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.50LBS
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large size
Alexander P on Jan 22, 2018
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Alexander P on Jan 22, 2018
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Excellent has not broken and takes rough handling. Exactly like my old one. Did not have to find new mark!
February 4, 2018
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5 months ago
Good quality & easy to use
After messing around with inadequate glasses or bottles for taking hydrometer readings during my first 2 batches I bought this. It makes reading the hydrometer very easy and is stable on your table when being used. It is made of a very clear acrylic which is more brittle than some other graduated cylinders I have used in the lab. However, the clarity makes it a good vessel for reading the markings on your hydrometer and evaluating the color of you sample. Will buy again if I ever need to replace.
February 10, 2016
Enjoyed using this
Used it 30+ times during the making of 5 batches. It was easy to use and easy to clean. Well worth the money, no issues so far.
February 23, 2014
This thing is huge and fragile
The jar is large, which leads to 2 draw backs.
1.) It sucks volume from your beer for a simple gravity reading. 2.) It is easy to knock down and constantly in the way. The base also chips easily, making it even more likely to topple.
May 20, 2013