This fits your. Make sure this fits by entering your model number. HOME BREW HYDROMETER TEST TUBE COMBO: Elite equipment for home brewed beer or homewine making to determine the starting and finishing gravity and sugar strength. Has three color-coded scales calibrated for specific gravity readings 0.99-1.17 potential alcoholmeter % by volume ABV 0-20 and Brix / Balling levels of 0-35. The measurement density grade scale accurately indicates the starting and finishing points in the fermentation process for beer & winemaking. Also for mead or kombucha (unmarked). EASY TO READ MEASURING HOME-BREW SUPPLIES: Unmarked hydrometer beaker allows for clear calibrated meniscus guage readings of beer, wort, mash or wine. No markings on the side allows the homebrewer to measure any degree or caliber of wheat, grain, yeast distillation ferments like ale, lager, ipa, stout, porter or use as a vinometer for winestuff like red or white wine making kits. Not suitable for high proof spirits like moonshine liquor or sweet liqueurs. ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY HOME BREWING HYDROMETER: No lead or mercury in this sampling tool. Made with environmentally safe, premium stainless steel balls. An elite piece of equipment to take an accurate sample of your homemade booze in your kitchen before bottling or kegging. Unlike cheap basic plastic test cylinders from the competition the Goodmanns' hydrometer kit comes with a lab-grade borosilicate pyrex glass testtube cylinder with break resistant technology. GOODMANNS 100% ACCURACY GUARANTEE: Lifetime no hassle money back warranty. Free replacement hydrometer if inaccurate. WHAT YOU GET: 1) Triplescale hydrometer; 2) 12', 250ml solid thick glass test jar for use as a testing cylinder; Protective hard hydrometer case; brewer's directions for how to use a hydrometer; brewlab temperature compensation correction chart (calibration for 60F/15.5C), & a cleaning cloth. Safely packaged in protective bubble wrap. Comes in a beautiful gift box for the octoberfest fan or winemaker who likes to bottle their own do it yourself (DIY) home made beer or vino.