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Clean Bottle Express Wine/Beer DeGasser
|Price:||$12.87 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||885384102713 , 885925847837|
|Brand Name||Clean Bottle Express|
|EAN||0885925847837 , 0885384102713|
|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Warranty Description||Manufacturer warranty for 30 days from date of purchase.|
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Third Coast design works has developed a unique wine degasser and/or beer aeration tool specifically designed for the difficult job of removing the unwanted gas within your wine or oxygen from the worth of your homebrew batch. The device fits into a standard cordless power drill with a 3/8 inch driveshaft. This is a must have to ensure your wine or beer is of the best quality.
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The degasser is exactly 24 inches long, and the part that goes in the drill is about 5/16 or 11/32 in diameter. The plastic twine is 6.5 inches from top to bottom and about 5 inches in diameter side-to-side. You can actually slide the plastic through the three holes in the main tube for adjustment or cleaning. You can't shove it down into the tube to shorten it, though.
Make sure you put the 5 gallon bottle in the sink before you "whip" it! It could foam up and spill out the neck of the bottle and onto the floor or counter(It happened to me). Make sure you get all the way down to the bottom of the bottle to stir up all the yeast and bubbles stuck the silt layer.
In my use, I've noticed that you want to hold it up off the bottom of the carboy or it will begin to bend in very odd ways. It will also begin to bend if you run the drill at very high speeds. It takes two hands to insert into the neck of a carboy (one to hold the drill and one to squeeze the green filaments together a bit). Finally, the shaft is not strong enough to support the weight of the drill as it sticks out the top of a carboy. That means you can leave it there without holding it while you wait for the bubbles to go down before another spin.
With regards to the bottle brush mentioned above: before I came along this, I had cut the loop off the end of a new bottle brush. Then you can chuck the wire stem in a drill and use it the same as this tool. It may even work more quickly, but the big draw back is that it's far more difficult to clean and sanitize than this tool. I have no plans to go back to my old method and until I can afford a vacuum setup, will stick with this handy tool.
-Food safe materials
-Balanced weight to it
- Extremely flexible and will fit anywhere
-Worked with my 5-6 gallon carboy and 1 gallon one as well.
-Since it's very flexible and made of plastic it wont streak or scratch glass/plastic containers
-I wish there could be a way for me to replace the green threads of this degasser so that if I need to in the future I can change them.
Overall I am happy with my purchase thus far.
If you have any questions with my review or the product, just comment on here and I'll do my best to help! Happy brewing.
All in all an excellent purchase. Fast shipping, good quality, blah, blah , blah. Buy it...
I think personally it did a great job, grabbed the good old Dewalt and let it spun it up about ¼ speed. Let it set, repeat until I didn't see any foaming.