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Honey Refractometer

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$39.95
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Measure The Moisture Level Of Your Honey With This High-Quality Steel Honey Refractometer

Features:

  • Durable steel construction
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Comes with comprehensive instructions

Use:

In general, we have found that beekeepers are curious and analytical by nature. As such, this steel honey refractometer is the perfect tool for any beekeeper. It is used to measure the moisture content of your honey. It is vital that you know your honey’s moisture level, as this is how you judge its harvest readiness. Honey that is harvested too early will have a high moisture level, leaving it vulnerable to spoiling or fermenting, and leaving you with some pretty dissatisfied customers. Each refractometer is lightweight and durable, and comes with comprehensive instructions for use.

If you’re interested in this tool for the upcoming harvesting season, why not check out our other honey harvesting tools; including this electric uncapping knife and this Combcapper uncapping bench. For other tools to help bring a more analytical approach to your craft, look no further than our sugar water pH meter.

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Weight .5 lbs

Dimensions 9 × 3 × 2 in

Customer Reviews

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TIMOTHY TIPPIT
Honey Refractometer

It never worked properly. It was unable to give a good reading and appeared broken inside...

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TERRY FLOYD
Refractor meter

Great product and easy to use

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Gary Rees

Would like instructions to calibrate that is clear. If I didn't have another refractometer for another purpose I would still be trying to figure out the calibration procedure. Just luck that I saw the little bottle and tried it and it seemed to be what I needed to calibrate. It is a fine instrument but the instructions not so much. Instructions say to use purified water to calibrate and that is nowhere near the range that it checks.

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Jody Herring

It’s junk

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Peter B Adams
Works well

Good to know the moisture content of my honey before harvest! This refractometer does the job.