Is there a decent incubator for under $100?

RebelsHope

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I am thinking of trying to hatch out a few eggs. I am not sure that I will be hatching out a lot of eggs so i don't want to spend a lot, but I want it to at least work.
Any suggestions?
 

hypnofrogstevie

chick magnet
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Jul 12, 2007
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I love, love, love my brower top hatch. I paid about $150 for mine you can probably find cheaper. I have not lost a hatch yet
 

RebelsHope

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Thanks. . . ummm I really want very under $100 and if possible not made of Styrofoam. Or is that asking too much?
 

twigg

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Quote:Basic styrofoam incubators cost from about $45 new. Add another $45 for a turner.

Ebay has them cheaper, but shipping can be high.

You really do need to pay close attention to the instructions to be successful with these incubators, and take advice here.

The higher priced ones are a bit more *idiot-proof*, and more forgiving of variations in ambient conditions. Plus easier to clean ... yadda ...yadda ... yadda
 

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