Re: Suggestion on a good moisture meter?
You can spend anywhere from $15 to $450 on a refractometer for honey.
Bought one for ~$20 3 years ago. Compared it to the expensive one from Mann Lake.
When calibrated they both measured the same honey to the same % water content.
Once you have used the refractometer and bottled a few thousand 12-ounce bears you can tell by how long it takes a bubble to rise when you turn the bear upside down. Save your money for more wooden-ware and just get a cheap refractometer on amazon or ebay.
Nobody cares how accurate your model is just that you checked and got to know what "too thin" is like. You get a feel for it really fast.
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