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Incubator, 2-8 Egg Unit
You can watch the miracle of a hatching chick! This light-weight plastic incubator has a clear dome, egg cradle, 110-volt light bulb assembly to produce heat, thermometer, and instructions. Use to hatch eggs that you can obtain locally or order item LD-INCUBAT
which comes with four quail eggs. Capacity is 2 duck eggs, 3 chicken eggs, 4 pheasant eggs, or 8 quail eggs. Size is 7" in diameter and 6" high.
For more information about hatching eggs with this incubator, we recommend reading our Incubator FAQs.
Note: This incubator requires egg turning, temperature monitoring, and temperature adjustment 3-4 times per day, every day of the incubation period. Adult supervision is required to ensure hatching instructions are followed carefully. The successful hatching rate is typically 25-50% when instructions are followed. Due to many variables beyond our control, successful hatching is not guaranteed.
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- Saturday, March 17, 2012It WorksReviewed By: Brian
I ordered this incubator in the version with 4 eggs for my son's birthday. 2 of 4 eggs hatched. Just don't expect you're going to be seeing indications of hatching. They'll hatch when ready. Turn then "end over end" a few times a day, keep the temperature warm enough, and keep a littl water in the bottom. They'll come out when they're ready and you'll likely hear them when they start. As a tip, mark one end of the egg with a marker to make sure you keep track of how you're turning the eggs.
- Sunday, January 22, 2012Horrible DirectionsReviewed By: Trent Cooper
Basically, I wanted to write this just to tell people how horrible the directions are. It tells you more about "The Story Of The Egg" than how to put the incubator together. Thankfully, I have put these together before and had prior knowage. If I didn't have the prior knowlage, then I could say without a dought that the drawing on the front of the "directions" would give you more information than the actual "directions". However, once you get through all the frusterating directions, it does a great job at keeping the unit at exactly 100 degrees. I didnt buy eggs, yet, but I plan to do so soon.
- Thursday, June 18, 2009Good?Reviewed By: Noella
It would be nice to have some more clear instructions.
It is REALLY hard to let the quail eggs hatch. Turning the eggs over doesn't really help, it's like 30% that they will hatch.
- Friday, April 25, 20080 for 9 quail hatchlingsReviewed By: Emily, Ryan, and Lisa
We ordered the incubator without eggs and then ordered 8 eggs separately so we could be sure to have at least a few little baby quail. The egg supplier sent 9 eggs, which was nice, and they all fit inside the incubator. The incubator instructions, however, were VERY poorly written and ambivalent about many things: for example, it says "turn the quail eggs 2-3 times a day" but does NOT adequately describe HOW to turn them! End over end? From side to side? Is it the position of the egg that matters, or just the motion of turning? I found a slightly better set of instructions on this website just now as I prepared to write this review, but its too late: none of the 9 eggs hatched. Its now day 23 and nothing ever happened. I feel awful--like we've killed some babies! But I know we did everything we could--temp. monitoring, humidity level, turning the eggs 3x per day then stopping 3 days before supposed hatching... Supposedly this product can be utilized by children, but my brother and sister are teenagers and I'm an adult and WE couldn't make it work! I'm very disappointed.
- Monday, April 21, 2008Alright....Reviewed By: Nicole
The instructions weren't as clear as they needed to be. I ended up looking at the picture of the incubator online to double check how it should look, and ended up making adjustments.
It was easy to set up and adjust, but I had problems keeping the thing warm enough, even with adjustments to the placement of the bulb.
You get what you pay for I guess.