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Old 02-05-2012, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default New Ebay seller with stir plates.

Just got my daily notice from Ebay on brewing supplies and equipment. There is a new seller marketing a home built stir plate for 49 bucks. He builds then himself and warrants them to work properly. It includes a stir bar and a keeper magnet for use when pouring. I can hardly build one for much less and even though I am retired my time is worth something. So Take a look around ebay if you get a minute. I deleted the email or I would include the link. Sorry
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Found the link. Here it is:
http://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/e11021.m45.l1123/7?euid=6f6c89a0c27348d09e9dfe43017d2046&loc=http%3 A%2F%2Fcgi.ebay.com%2Fws%2FeBayISAPI.dll%3FViewIte m%26item%3D140696291703%26ssPageName%3DADME%3AB%3A SS%3AUS%3A1123



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Old 02-05-2012, 02:47 PM   #2
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I purchased my stir starter from him and I love it. He has a good reputation on this forum, as he stands behind his product.



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Old 02-05-2012, 02:52 PM   #3
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I purchased my stir starter from him and I love it. He has a good reputation on this forum, as he stands behind his product.
Thank you Pstrohs,
I am usually a little leary about putting up links to ebay sellers because there are some shady characters out there. I'm glad this fellow is a good egg and is also a member here. I dont feel so bad about the link now. I'm working my way to all grain and yeast farming, but have to budget since I am diasabled and on a limited fixed income. I'll get there but it will take a bit longer and I will have to build as much as I can to save cash. Fortunately I am a welder/mechanic by former trade so that stuff is easy and I have the equipment to do all of that still.
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I have one, and overall and especially considering the price I am satisfied with it. It will absolutely not pull a vortex through anything larger than a 2000 ml flask, and that just barely. It is a quality stir plate though

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Thanks for the link. I've been planning on building one for quite awhile but I'll probably just buy one. FYI, he has them for $7 cheaper on his website, www.stirstarters.com

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I have one and it works great.

The cheapest I have found them is here https://bellsbeer.com/store/products/StirStarter-%252d-Yeast-Starter-Stir-Plate.html

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I just ordered one of these myself directly from stirstarters.com and he has a lifetime warranty and free shipping with a stir bar (1 inch) and a magnet to stick on bottom of flask when pouring so you don't lose it. It's also free shipping! Can't go wrong with that.

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Oh and another thing... Don't try to put larger than a 1" stir bar on this place. It will never balance

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I have one and love it, works as designed

Fast service, good communicator during the transaction

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Orders one yesterday with the 1 liter flask. Got an email reply to how I was going to add the flask quickly. All of the good press about his products and great customer service are right on. I really like doing business with straight up folks who dont waste your time with smoke and mirrors. So I will be a yeast farmer pretty soon. I think I am going to farm a few different strains and see which ones I like and give me the best flavor and least amount of headache. I am learning a ton too, and thats great for an old phart like me.
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