Automatic Hatching Eggs Digital Mini Incubator... 2012 new model.....Yellow

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by serama hen, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. serama hen

    serama hen Chillin' With My Peeps

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    2012 new model 7 egg mini incubator.

    100% automated incubator no egg turning needed! ( unless wanted )

    Contains a built in fan to keep air circulated for a 99.9% hatch rate!

    Includes small water pan to keep humidity to desired levels.

    Automatic manufacturer base temperature programmed.


    Features:

    Guarantee: One year manufacturer guarantee
    Gross Weight : 0.55KG
    Size: 16.5cm*16.5cm*17cm
    Power supply: 110V/60Hz
    Power: Less than 20 watts.
    Temperature: 35°C to 40°C (Adjustable)

    Egg Selection:



    The eggs used for incubating should be normal . The ones, which are deformed, broken or have abnormal shapes are all unsuitable. Meanwhile all the selected eggs should be clean, For the eggs used for incubation can not be washed.
    Make sure the eggs to be incubated are fertilized ones.
    The eggs to be incubated should be fresh, e.g. chicken and duck eggs within 7days and goose eggs within 10 days. If the storage time is too long. The success rate of the incubating will be affected.

    FAQ:


    Q: Is there need egg turning?

    A: No, You do not need to turn eggs for small capacity. It is automatic control, no need for egg turning.( unless you want to)

    Q: Is this machine suitable for family use or for kids gift.

    A: Yes, of course. This model is specialized design for family, and kids education and creativity.


    Q: When the ad says thermostat, does that means that a specific temperature can be set and maintained like a house? Does it require trays? Is it a manual turn or does it have turner? Does this machine have Alarm?
    A: Yes,the temperature is adjustable. There is no need for trays. And if the temperature goes beyond the set amount the alarm will begin to sound so your baby chicks won't die unhatched like most incubators!


    [​IMG]IS THIS INCUBATOR ANY GOOD PLZ SOME ONE WHO HAS THIS I NEED YOUR KNOWLEDGE
     
  2. serama hen

    serama hen Chillin' With My Peeps

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    ANYONE CMON HELP A CHICKEN BUDDY OUT IT IMPORTANT FOR A CLASSROOM HATCH MY BUGETS 100 AND WANT TO KNOW IF THIS IS GOOD
     
  3. serama hen

    serama hen Chillin' With My Peeps

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    HELP
     
  4. Brookhavens

    Brookhavens Chillin' With My Peeps

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    If you want your students to be happy campers after 21 days then I WOULD NOT buy that incubator.
    You can make your own incubator for way less than $100. Even if you have no "mechanical" experience they are easy to make and work much better than the garbage in the picture. Go on You Tube and watch this series of videos : How to build an Incubator It may seem technical but if I could build 2 of them (49 yr.old woman) with no shop experience you should be able to also.
     

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