Brewer's Edge® Precision Specific Gravity

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  • Price: $14.99
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For the ultimate in accuracy, the Brewer's Edge Precision Specific Gravity hydrometer is hand checked to assure full range accuracy. Excellent for serious home brewers and small commercial brewers, this hydrometer features a 1.000 to 1.100 full range scale with 1° calibrations 20% larger than our standard Hydrometer T07. Imported. 12” long.

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This shows a closeup of the calibrations on this Brewer's Edge Precision Specific Gravity hydrometer.
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Average rating 8.9047619047619 out of 10 ( based on 21 reviews )

Best Hydrometer ever

Review by DANIEL B. on 7/11/2008

Pros: Easy to read & extremely accurate. I should have gotten this one years ago.

Cons: It looks delicate so I treat it with care. It can only measure down to 1.012 with a "topped-off" 12" hydro jar.

Great Hydro!

Review by John on 4/7/2009

Pros: Very easy to read. I've had it for over a year and I love it

Cons: Fragile. Be careful when wiping down because it's easy to snap the stem off. This just happened to me so I'm ordering another one.

Great Hydrometer for Anal Measuring Freaks Like Me

Review by Scott F. (Stafford, VA) on 5/6/2009

Pros: Easy to read. No doubt in your gravity measurement. Range is adequated for all but the biggest brews. Despite someone's earlier review, it will easily work with a 12" test jar (it is 10.5" from its bottom to the lowest reading, which is 0.998 - not 1.000).

Cons: Appears to be very fragile - I would not recommend wiping it down at all - just rinse off and set in a stand to dry. After breaking 3 hydrometers, I think I've learned to treat them right, but if I break this one, I will order another.

Ideal for near-sited people

Review by Gene P. on 5/7/2009

Pros: Great Item for those of us who have a hard time reading those small increments of standard hydrometers.

Oustanding but fragile

Review by Paul on 3/3/2011

This hydrometer delivers everything it promises. You'll love it. It is precisely accurate, and very readable. The only drawback is that it seems very fragile. Be sure to retain the padded tube it ships in for future storage.

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Jan 26, 2019 by Jim

Q: What is the calibration temperature for this hydrometer?

A: 60 degrees F.


May 05, 2017 by Scott

Q: Is this hydrometer read at the top or the bottom of the meniscus?

A: Straight across the surface of the beer, not the top or bottom (level with the fluid).


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