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More shiny stuff

Postby tim_n » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:44

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/85-2-Con ... 32051.html

Thought that was a fairly reasonable price, shame the £ vs $ is doing so bad. Have also bought a conical flask. Could have made a stirrer, but fancied something I could temperature control as well.

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Re: More shiny stuff

Postby Buster » Mon Aug 22, 2016 12:08

tim_n wrote:http://www.aliexpress.com/item/85-2-Constant-teperature-Magnetic-Stirrer-with-Hot-Plate-Magnetic-Mixer-0-2400rpm-220V/32652232051.html

Thought that was a fairly reasonable price, shame the £ vs $ is doing so bad. Have also bought a conical flask. Could have made a stirrer, but fancied something I could temperature control as well.

I made my own heated stirplate here ---->>> viewtopic.php?f=13&t=9960 :thumb:

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Re: More shiny stuff

Postby tim_n » Mon Aug 22, 2016 12:17

Trying to find the thread I saw on havesting Schneider Weisse yeast, but failing miserably :)

It's a good looking build Buster! I did think about doing it, but decided that whilst I could probably do it cheaper than the aliexpress version, I just fancied getting on with harvesting the yeast. Mind you I'll probably have a fit when I see the state of the electronics inside but at least I don't need to spend half a day with a dremel!

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