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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by playswithfowl, Jan 17, 2008.
I have heard a lot about water wigglers, and was wondering what exactly they are used for?
This article says it all. http://www.shilala.com/weasel.html
It gives you the humidity level inside the eggs...it simulates the inside of the eggs.
If you are using a themometer with the probe, the probe is put inside the water wiggler and it gives you the temp. not humidity inside the wiggler which simulates what the temp. inside an egg is.
They are fun to play with. If you squeeze them they squishh outa your hand.
I bought an 8 pack on ebay. 3 for my 3 bators and the rest to play with.
You are right too purplechicken. I bought two. My daughter took one to use as a tension reliever while at bowling tournments. It is funny to see her play with it, especially when it flies out of her hands.
I bought 3 from the dollar store. One in the bator, one spare and my daughter squeezed the other one too hard and it exploded all over the kitchen =]
Quote:She's practicing for an egg esplodin accident.
I searched and searched for a water wiggler. I can't find one. So I just try to keep my temp in my bater steady.