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MAH

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Northern Brewer have in stock a new dial thermometer made by Blichman engineering (same guys who make the Therminator).

Here is the blurb:
BrewMometer - 1/2" NPT. From Blichmann Engineering, the "BrewMometer" has a unique patent pending dialface that guides the brewer through the brewing process, helping to improve quality and consistency. The hermetically sealed glass face ensures a long life. The BrewMometer features a large 3" diameter dial with low parallax stepped face, a fine pointer, crisp large lettering, and a custom made temperature range.

http://www.northernbrewer.com/analytical.html

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MAH

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Justin

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I spotted these the other day. They are a little gimmicky and a bit dearer than a normal one and lack a C scale but apart from that they look pretty cool. I'm in the market for a few of these temp gauges (not necessarily the ones above), will have to wait and see.

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Batz

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OK for someone who does not know what they are doing

Check out the ones I scored , full swivel head 90 deg. up and down or 360 deg. with the face.

Swiss made , top of the wizzer !! :p

Don't ask :ph34r:


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Batz

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That was a tease hey

Try this
 

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Did you get that one off ebay Batz. There was a swivel faced one on there a while back, ended up selling for $25 I think. I enquired about it but it was reading 45C on the face off memory and I asked why it was reading such a high temp, the guy couldn't tell me if it was the calibration or not.

How much were the ones you have above? As I said, I'm in the market for some (and have been for a while ;)), so just curious.

Cheers, Justin
 

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