The Stainless Steel Mix-Stir Wine Degasser

  • The Stainless Steel Mix-Stir

The Stainless Steel Mix-Stir Wine Degasser

SKU 7249

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$39.99

Product Details

De-gas your wine in seconds, or aerate your wort for a healthy fermentation with this easy-to-use mix-stir tool. Just attach it to your electric drill and in just a few minutes you'll have the oxygen you need to get your wort's fermentation off to a great start for sumptuous, tasty homemade wines.

De-gas your wine in seconds, or aerate your wort for a healthy fermentation with this easy-to-use mix-stir tool. Just attach it to your electric drill and in just a few minutes you'll have the oxygen you need to get your wort's fermentation off to a great start for sumptuous, tasty homemade wines.

  • De-gas wine or aerate wort in short 10-15-second bursts
  • Easily mounts to an electric hand drill
  • 22" long, stainless shaft with replaceable plastic blades
  • Collapsible wings make it easy to insert into and remove from a carboy
  • Note: Mix-stir works effectively to de-gas wine and should only be used in a few 10-15-second increments. Over-use will risk adding oxygen to your wine. Will not fit 1/2-1-gallon carboys.

Additional Information

SKU 7249

Customer Reviews

Based on 55 reviews
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Conner Y.

Works well for aerating wort!

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Cheryl
Stainless Steel Mix-Stir Wine Degasser

Works as expected, saves time and my forearms.✌️The drill does get hot.

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Steven K.

Very easy to clean and store

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Marcus S.
Must have mix-stirrer

I ordered this stainless stell mix-stirrer after getting frustrated with a plastic model that would continually slip loose in my drill. This stainless steel model worked perfectly, enabling me to complete the process to remove CO2 from my wine. I highly recommend it.

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Terry B.
The stainless steel mix- stir works well.

It is sturdy for the task, and easy to clean. It is awkward to set down without touching anything, for sanitation purposes. The drill motor gets heavy at chest level. The carboy might be better on the floor for this purpose. I ran it intermittently in both directions and nothing failed.