Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Pancholoco, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. Pancholoco

    Pancholoco Songster

    Nov 12, 2012
    Sin, MX. now CA.
    I want to know if someone here in the forum has tried the incuview incubator from incubatorwharehouse.

    I saw his video on youtube but I like to hear something true from a board member. :D
  2. Tara Black

    Tara Black Songster

    Jul 9, 2013
    Dover DE
    I was wondering the same thing. I don't hatch enough eggs to justify a $600-$900 bator, but the Little Giant bator (worked great for my reptiles, just not my chickens) just isn't cutting it. I thought about going with a Brinsea but the cost is kinda high, and I set like 40 eggs at once so I need a larger capacity then the more reasonably priced ones can hold.
  3. thunder83

    thunder83 In the Brooder

    Jun 10, 2013
    I have been wondering about this unit as well. Please anyone using this unit let us know how its working. I am about to buy a new incubator and its down to the incuview or a reptipro 6000. Any input would help
  4. Ok we have our brand spanking new incuview all booted up and running smooth... smooth as **** from a ducks bum. On deck 35 yes thats right 35 heritage eggs with Lavendar Orpingtons, Bielefelders, BCM, PBR and a couple of projects. Decided to do the hand turning which freed up ALOT of space. None of the eggs are even touching the walls. So far great unit. Two external digital thermo/hydro meters (used from our grow room bang on calibrated) Lets see how it does the incuview if it will live up to the reviews we read. We are so excited for the next three weeks progress.

    The Journey Begins...


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