and i have 10 eggs sitting in it. 102-100 degrees at the top of the eggs using their thermometer. I know alot of people say the thermometer is junk but mine is perfectly calibrated. I put it in some ice and it read 32 degrees and it read the room temperature exactly with my thermostat. so thats good. I don't have a hydrometer, nor do i plan to get one. I think I'll survive without one. it fluctuates alot from 104-100 and needs alot of adjusting. Its still air with no fan and no turner. any tips would greatly be appreciated and if someone would tell me the temperatures/humidity for peafowl eggs would be great.