The EasyDens by Anton Paar

The EasyDens by Anton Paar

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Anton Paar is a leading producer of analytical testing equipment for commercial breweries. Borrowing some technology from their high end machines, the EasyDens digital gravity/alcohol tester is designed for savvy homebrewers and small commercial breweries.  It is a precision gravity/density testing unit which can accurately read gravity with a tiny 2 ml sample at any point in the brewing process.  Alcohol % can also be tracked at any point during fermentation. The unit hooks up to your smartphone via Bluetooth and stores various fermentation "profiles" enabling you to track fermentation progress, alcohol levels, and help know when it's time to keg & drink your beer!

See the documents tab for frequently asked questions about the Easy Dens.


  • Take a highly accurate gravity reading at any point in the brewing process even when alcohol is present.
  • Very fast and simple to use
  • Only uses 2ml of sample
  • Automatic Temperature Compensation
  • Connects and displays via free app on your phone or tablet
  • Based on oscillating u-tube principle which is known as world's most accurate testing method
  • Extremely durable
  • Measures in specific gravity and alcohol can be determined with original reading
  • App features graphing for gravity and alcohol
  • App stores batch records (10) and can email a batch record as a .csv for saving.


  • Measuring Range  
    • Extract:    –10 %w/w to 40 %w/w
    • Sugar:    –10 °Brix to 80 °Brix
    • Specific Gravity (SG): 0.700 - 1.200
    • Alcohol:    0 %v/v to 100 %v/v
    • Temperature:    5 °C to 30 °C / 41 °F to 86 °F
  • Accuracy   
    • Extract:    0.3 %w/w
    • Sugar:    0.3 °Brix
    • Specific Gravity (SG): 0.001
    • Alcohol:    0.5 %v/v
    • Temperature:    0.2 °C / 0.4 °F
  • Resolution  
    • Extract / Sugar / Alcohol:    0.1 %w/w / °Brix / %v/v
    • Specific Gravity (SG): 0.001
    • Temperature:    0.1 °C / 0.1 °F
  • Additional Specifications:
    • Sample volume:    approx. 2 mL
    • Ambient temperature:    5 °C to 35 °C / 41 °F to 95 °F
    • Storage temperature:    5 °C to 35 °C / 41 °F to 95 °F
    • Humidity Range:    5 % to 90 % relative air humidity, non-condensing
    • Interface:    Bluetooth Low Energy
    • Power supply:    Two 1.5 V LR6 AA alkaline batteries or two AA NiMH rechargeable batteries
    • Battery operation lifetime:    > 40 hours
    • Dimensions:    120 mm × 80 mm × 35 mm / 4.7 in × 3.1 in × 1.4 in
    • Weight (incl. batteries):    200 g / 7 ounces
    • Mobile Operating System:    Android 4.3 and higher; iOS 7.0 and higher
Item # MT750
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Weight 0.78 LBS
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Good reviews
Todd M on Dec 9, 2020
I want a tool with accurate readings.
Esmeralda A on Dec 2, 2020
Good reviews
Todd M on Dec 9, 2020
need a faster way to get OG
Peter M on Dec 3, 2020
I want a tool with accurate readings.
Esmeralda A on Dec 2, 2020
it's cool
Eric Alan Clarke S on Oct 14, 2020
Recommended by brewers in Maine
GFB Scottish P on Oct 5, 2020
Have used Anton Paar DMA at work for many years and like it. Trust this brand for a reasonable priced Brix measuring device for home use.
Vidhya R on Oct 3, 2020
I'm a commercial brewer and use this device at the brewery , its accurate and a great product, now I want one for my pilot batches at home, its pricy but well worth the investment in my opinion.
Kevin S on Sep 23, 2020
Reviews by customers
Adrian R on Sep 11, 2020
Most accurate, most affordable gravity meter on market by far
Neal C on Sep 1, 2020
Have used it before and it's awesome!
Rick O on Aug 26, 2020
hopefully it will help control my wine fermentations. I like about 2 % residual sugars left.
Davidson H on Aug 26, 2020
Measure Alcohol content of Spirts - Craft Distillery
Justin G on Jun 26, 2020
Duane M on Jun 12, 2020
Sounds better than a "Tilt"
Gus L on Jun 5, 2020
Ease of use when determining gravity
Todd M on May 21, 2020
To advance
James W on May 12, 2020
I need a more accurate measurement of OG and FG in the brewery. A fellow brewer uses one and I liked the simplicity of the unit.
Russell P on Mar 5, 2020
Good Ratings
Nathan D on Feb 26, 2020
best price around fomr a reliable source
PEDRO J I on Jan 27, 2020
my brewmaster suggested it
philip s on Jan 22, 2020
It's a gift.
James K on Dec 18, 2019
Recommended by a fellow brewer
Dan S on Oct 31, 2019
My brewer told me to order it.
Jennifer F on Oct 4, 2019
My research suggests this is easiest to use and should
Craig f on Sep 3, 2019
For better accuracy on readings for fermentation.
Jay R M on Aug 28, 2019
Recommended as the best budget equipment to use for a microbrewery
Mrs Julie-Ann S on Aug 28, 2019
Used in the past at a prior place of employment and it served my needs perfectly
Julie P on Jul 13, 2019
Recommended by colleague
Stu G on May 9, 2019
Past experience
Mark M on Mar 28, 2019
Flying Boats B on Mar 15, 2019
I like the idea of digital readouts and being able to tell ABV
james V on Mar 6, 2019
Husband wanted, he is a brewer
Ellen W on Dec 4, 2018
Kelly Q on Dec 4, 2018
Saw it at BrewCon 2018 in Portland
Stephen J on Nov 29, 2018
I heard good things
Gerald Meech on Nov 17, 2018
Recommended by colleague
Benjamin D on Nov 17, 2018
digital & accurate
Valued C on Aug 27, 2018
ease of use, small sample size, accuracy, awesome price
JORDAN C on Aug 15, 2018
because Anton Paar
Sean F on Jul 6, 2018
Great technology and a great price.
Dan on Jul 3, 2018
Simplicity of use
Kevin C on Jul 2, 2018
This is the next step for the serious homebrewer looking to take his brewing to the next level.
michael l on Jun 26, 2018
Reputation and recommendations
Billy E Faggart Jr on Jun 26, 2018
Reduce glassware hydrometer for safety, repeatability, and accuracy
Charles Mason on Jun 5, 2018
I own a distillery back in Brazil.
EDUARDO PEREIRA A on May 18, 2018
Great reviews!
Andrew S on Apr 28, 2018
Best option for my homebrewing
Peter C on Apr 10, 2018
Best price I could find on the web.
Pepper P on Apr 7, 2018
Researched product and described to be far more accurate than refractometers
Eric D on Mar 30, 2018
Have used it before and it works great
Marc W on Mar 30, 2018
need a faster way to get OG
Peter M on Dec 3, 2020
it's cool
Eric Alan Clarke S on Oct 14, 2020
Can this be used to determine alcohol content in wine?
William Andrews on Feb 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Not as far as I can tell. I tried many samples and nothing I measured was even close except vodka. Notice that the documentation about this feature is really vague and inconsistent depending where you read it. Does it require a starting gravity? This site's description indicates such but I don't think that's true. It tells me that a 14% dry red wine is 4% alcohol. Don't buy it for that feature!

4.8 / 5.0
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Rated 5 out of 5
If you can handle the price this thing is amazing. Very fast, very accurate, and extremely easy to use with their U-Brew app.

Use the plastic cover that comes with it - it functions very well as a stand and also protect it from potential spills.
November 9, 2020
Rated 4 out of 5
pretty awesome if you're not trying to measure alcohol
I'm loving this thing so far. I've been using it daily for a couple weeks now. A couple things I don't like knock off one star.

1) The alcohol measurement simply does not work (for wine/mead anyway (even if it's dry)). It does not work on the far more expensive DMA35 either. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY unlocking that feature in the app like I did! I think it works ok for spirits only.

2) This thing really needs a leg or something to stand on. It can't be used with one hand since it'll just fall over. You also can't really lay it down on its back since you need to stick tne syringe into the top to push the sample through.
To remedy this I designed and 3d printed a stand that holds it at a 30 degree angle so it's stable and usable.

3) The plastic cover that comes with it is cheap and useless. It feels like a piece of packing material that you'd normally throw away. As soon as I saw it I realized there was no way I was going to bother with it.

The great things about this are:
1) You can get readings with a tiny sample size. This is especially nice if you're fermenting things with fruit solids in it. You no longer have to get enough liquid out to fill up a tube to test it with a hydrometer.

2) It's super fast. You don't need to clean it in between samples either since the next one pushes the previous one out. I just rinse it out with distilled water when I'm done.

3) The app tracks the readings for you if you save them so you can look back at the history and not need to write it down.
November 5, 2020
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Worth every penny
This is worth the cost, I use it all the time. The only downside is that alcohol % only works with clear spirits, you can't use it to measure the alcohol content of your beer or mead.
October 28, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product from Anton Paar. Love it!
June 5, 2020
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great experience.
Great products. Good prices.
June 3, 2020
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easy and accurate.
So easy to use and the most accurate instrument for gravities if you can stomach the price. Worth it
May 6, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easiest and most accurate way to check gravity that I have ever used. The owners of the brewery I work at wanted to put the ABV on the labels and I knew we needed a more accurate way to measure OG and FG. This was the best choice for the money.
March 26, 2020
10 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
This thing works great!
February 13, 2020
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Worth it
Easy to use and dead on accurate
November 16, 2019
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Semi-pro level
Great semi-pro level instrument, but pricey. Its the only way to really get precise data on small batches throughout fermentation and still have beer left over. I usually pull 10-20 ml samples, enough to do 3-4 tests, get a pH measurement, and have enough to do a taste test. Great for numbers geeks and those looking to up their game for competitions or go pro.
September 30, 2019
1 year ago