Bower 845 and Bower 846 incubators

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Whatthecluck2, Mar 26, 2016.

  1. Whatthecluck2

    Whatthecluck2 New Egg

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    Hi

    I have a Bower 845 and a Bower 846 incubator.

    They were received from a friend who had them in storage.

    The electrical plugs are solid.

    The wafers in each incubator need to be replaced. The wafer is what keeps the
    temperature within tolerance I believe.

    I also have the instruction manuals for both.

    I live in Chino and am willing to sell these since we just use our hens to hatch eggs.

    Thanks
     
  2. allcreatures

    allcreatures Out Of The Brooder

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    How much are you thinking about selling them for? and would you be willing to ship them?
     
  3. Whatthecluck2

    Whatthecluck2 New Egg

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    Hi. I saw what one sold for on eBay. What is each one worth to you?

    And yes if we agree on pricing and if you pay for shipping I can ship them to your USA state.
    Alaska and Hawaii would be too expensive
     
  4. allcreatures

    allcreatures Out Of The Brooder

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    I currently own a Bower 846, and I paid $25 for it on craigslist. I haven't seen any on ebay for awhile. I looked through some of the old post and they sold from $13 to $80. For the right price I would buy them both :) and pay for shipping. Let me know what you are thinking, I''m betting shipping would be $30-50. Where is Chino? I'm in Frenchtown MT. Do you have pictures?
     
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