iSpindel Parts and Assembly
Updated: Apr 29
I'm a geek at heart and love gadgets.
A friend put me onto a commercial electronic hydrometer - the Tilt.
I looked into buying one but could not justify the expense of ~$150 to save daily checks with the manual hydrometer.
I did a bit more searching and came across the iSpindel.
A fabulous bit of kit and even better - if you have electronics skills you can make one for yourself for around $60-$70.
Needless to say I bought the kit and have put it together.
What I found was there were so many articles, videos etc that show you how to do it - I found I was continually pausing, replaying etc to see what they just did and do it myself.
My first attempt was such a success that my brother wanted one - I created my own how-to in case I had to make another for a friend in future.
Sharing this in case it's helpful to anyone reading this...
And if you want a downloadable version here it is...