Little Giant 10300 Circulated Air Incubator with Fan

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  • Circulated Air Incubator
    Item #: 10300
    Sets the standard for incubating and hatching eggs, with updated digital technology.
    Built-in fan constantly circulates the air to maintain a proper temperature throughout the incubator, eliminating harmful hot and cold spots.
    Durable Styrofoam retains warmth, generated by a gentle heating element controlled by a highly dependable, digital control board.
    The LCD display with LED light shows accurate temperature and humidity readings instantly.
    The self-regulating control board adjusts the temperature to suit varying environments.
    The built-in digital hydrometer and moisture channels help maintain humidity, a key factor in egg health.
    Plastic mesh screen safely supports eggs during hatch period and is also dishwasher safe.
    Two 4 inch by 8 inch viewing windows allow for monitoring the hatching process and are great for educational purposes.
    Holds 41 large chicken eggs or up to 120 bantam or quail eggs when used with the Little Giant Automatic Egg Turner.
    This product is intended for general poultry hobbyists and is not recommended for professional or commercial use or for incubating exotic birds or reptiles. Automatic egg turner is available for this incubator, sold separately.

    -Made of durable, warmth-retaining Styrofoam
    -Digital control board for easy temperature setting, self-regulating temperature control
    -Built-in fan circulates warm air to maintain proper temperature
    -LCD display with LED light shows accurate temperature and humidity readings instantly
    -Holds 41 large chicken eggs or up to 120 bantam or quail eggs when used with the ***Little Giant Automatic Egg Turner sold separately.
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Shadow Source
    "Great Job Incubating Chicken Eggs"
    Pros - Has a digital thermometer, Holds Humidity Well, User friendly, and easy set up
    Cons - A bit small of the Little giant egg turner, it fits but it is very tight
    I think this is a great incubator, I ask miller for a replacement part, and they sent me the part, and a diagram on heat in the incubator. I would give this incubator 4.5 stars, because when my chicks hatched they hatched a day early, and only five out of 9 hatched. This is a big step up from my 1602n
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  2. HappyDancin'
    "Borrowed this incubator from a friend..."
    Pros - Illuminated digital display, large size, two viewing windows on top.
    Cons - Extremely poor hatch rate. Very inconsistent temperature. Humidity inconstant as well.
    I borrowed this incubator from a friend (who mentioned she only had 1 chick out of 12 hatch).

    MY rookie that I trusted the temperature and humidity reading on the Little Giant. All the eggs died, slowly but surely...more blood rings each day. My hatch resulted with only ONE chick (out of 35 eggs!) I tried one more hatch - FIFTY eggs this time... None (NONE!!!) hatched.

    These were my very first incubation experiences... I didn't know enough about calibrating and didn't think to NOT trust the tools on the incubator. How extremely disappointing.

    Needless to say, I've purchased a new, different brand incubator of my own (Remember, the Little Giant is a friend's that I was borrowing), that will arrive tomorrow. I also ordered a thermometer/hydrometer tool to ensure my readings. I will put the tool in the Little Giant incubator and see what it reads :tongue I'm so mad at the L.G. incubator! It ruined almost 100 beautiful, fertile eggs. :mad:
  3. Incukahlan
    "Can be useful with careful attention and some..."
    Pros - Digital display, holds a good number of eggs, Easy to clean and disinfect, comes with fan. lots of water troughs to help with humidity
    Cons - Horrible temperature spikes, cannot rely on built in thermometer/hygrometer at all,
    So, my sweet husband got this for me for Valentine's Day knowing that I wanted an actual incubator(typically use home made). I was so absolutely thrilled I instantly plugged it in and got it ready for eggs. Already know how to incubate eggs, already have experience and done tons of research. I started with using a secondary thermometer/hygrometer to verify my digital readings I was getting up top on the incubator display. They were so off that I actually returned my Acurite thermometer/hygrometer, thinking I must have gotten a dud. Nope. Turns out even when this says it's at a good solid 99.5 or 100.0 it can actually be up anywhere between 104-116. Yes, I actually got a solid spike of 116. Fried all of my babies. I've been through well over 80 poor eggs, chicken, duck, and quail before being able to figure this thing out and make any use out of it. I was getting very close to smashing it with something, but it was a thoughtful gift, so I wanted to make it work somehow. I have, and can't actually use the digital display up top at all, nor can I actually set my incubator at 99.5 to actually get 99.5, but I have figured it out for the most part and keep a very close eye on it to watch for spikes. It's not reliable, and isn't even able to hatch anything unless you go through the work of making adjustments that should be unnecessary. Also the fan doesn't seem to be strong enough as my temperature is not consistent throughout the bator. am still using this, but making a new better home made incubator this week, as I need more space and want something I can count on. Overall, I would not recommend, or purchase again. There is a thread in the forum on this particular incubator and I couldn't find anyone that said anything good about it. I added it to the review section thinking that other people would like info before deciding to try it or not. Hopefully others have had better experiences than I have, or heard of others having. Happy Incubating![​IMG]
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