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Where to get conical flask and stir plate?

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by H@wkeye!, 8/3/19.

 

  1. H@wkeye!

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    Posted 8/3/19
    Anyone know of any brew related shops which sell these as a package, or at least in the same place?

    Cheers
    Hawk
     
  2. H@wkeye!

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    Nvm found one at cheeky peak... Now just need to convince wife of its importance.
     
  3. Roosterboy

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    Where approximately are you located mate ? When I order them , I get the higher quality ones from the lab supply wholesalers in Sydney. They are not cheap , there's a big price difference between Chinese made and European or USA made just so know . But I get 3L , 5L and looking at 10 L also in the future.
     
  4. H@wkeye!

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    In sunny Canberra
     
  5. JDW81

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    I got my flasks from Wiltronics (I didn't get a stir plate from them, but they do sell them). They were competitively priced when I bought mine a few years ago, but they still look reasonably priced to me.

    JD
     
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  7. H@wkeye!

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    Thanks, but due to being in Canberra and the brew shed outside (where the yeast starters will be made) i need a heated one. In winter that shed gets down to about 3-5 degrees and stays there most of the time.
     
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