About thermometers? I'm on my 5th thermometer. I tried hatching eggs a week ago and they all died from fluctuating temperatures. I installed a big bi metal wafer thermostat I got at a feed store. The wafers don't sit perfectly level....does this affect its performance? There is a bit of a "wobble". Not that it spins....just I was turning it before I installed it and it's got tilt to the rotation. So if that's an issue....more I don't have a car (or phone at the moment) so I walked about 6 hours last Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, looking for a bimetal thermostat. Checked literally about 10 different places and finally found the one and only one available in my city apparently, at a feed store. I am SO hoping the wobble isn't and issue. Then as far as thermometers.... Oh my. Lol 1)http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/sto...Timer/120845?Keyword=digital+meat+thermometer 2)http://www.wayfair.com/La-Crosse-Te...ID=6911039&gclid=CJWZ0eaJs7wCFdFffgodbAQAtA 3) http://www.amazon.com/SODIAL-Digita...1391537210&sr=1-1&keywords=sodial+thermometer 4)http://www.amazon.com/AcuRite-613-I...d=1391537912&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=Accurite So...what now? Lol My head hurts from greeting the wall repeatedly. (Not literally lol) All of these thermometers are unsatisfactory. The little aquarium thermometer was 3-5 degrees too low. Can't really test the la crosse for temperature accuracy. The Oneida one doesn't have decimals, my fault, but is also known for being inaccurate. Accurate thermometers aren't reliable either. Any ideas where to go from here? I'm trying to avoid online purchasing unless I have to because I'm on a bit of a time crunch...but I guess I can rush ship something. I was considering an analogue incubator thermometer from farm innovators that actually has a spot for 99.5 right on it. Any known accuracy issues with that one? Even if there is...I can test that one and account for the difference. I would also like a better little probe thermometer that isn't so terrible. I made a wiggler with a hallowed out and sterilized egg filled with aloe gel and set in the incubator for a couple of hours.