Just curious, how does it perform during fermentation / heavy CO2 production? My experience with standard hydrometers used at this time is that they pick up bubbles, causing them to float higher and read a higher SG than actually exists. A quick spin always eliminates the bubbles and gives a proper reading before bubbles accumulate again. Same gig with the tilt?Glad to help. Tilt units are pricey compared to a regular hydrometer. However, you have to consider the benefits:
1. Instant readings with the app verses sanitation of all of the traditional tools used EVERY time you measure.
2. Very accurate and adjusts automatically for temperature changes.
3. App can send information to a spreadsheet in real time which can be viewed from anywhere. I get hydrometer readings remotely. I travel a lot for work and this is very helpful to me.
4. Instructions indicate battery life is 3 months. I’ve been using mine for over a year, pretty much non stop, without changing batteries.
If you can afford, I think you’ll be happy.