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  • PP-380 Mini Chick-Bator

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    Last chance! Final sale!This simple incubator provides an economical arrangement for children to learn the miracle of birth, and the egg hatching process (turning them daily.) You get the clear plastic dome Chick-Bator, a thermometer and guide book. Egg capacity: 8 quail, 4 Pheasant or bantam eggs. 7" diameter, 6" high. 110 volt electricity. Eggs not included.

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This simple incubator provides an economical arrangement for children to learn the miracle of birth, and the egg hatching process (turning them daily.) You get the clear plastic dome Chick-Bator, a thermometer and guide book. Egg capacity: 8 quail, 4 Pheasant or bantam eggs. 7" diameter, 6" high. 110 volt electricity. Eggs not included.
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4.44/5 Stars out of 9 Reviews
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small but great
April 3rd, 2017
I bought this incubator to try and hatch some quail eggs. I've never done any hatching in the past, so I couldn't justify spending a bunch of money on an incubator. So far, this has been great. I've got 8 quail eggs sitting now that should hatch in a week and a half. I've had some issues in regulating the temperature, but that seems easily corrected.
Savannah N Allen
Mini incubator
December 28th, 2016
I bought this for my mom for Christmas, and she loved it! She can't wait to incubate some quail eggs!
Allison
Christine
September 11th, 2016
So far, great. Its not within my budget to get a larger incubator. Hopefully in 2.5 weeks I will have a chick or 3. This one only holds 3 chicken eggs however.
Christine Withers
A Hatch!
June 9th, 2014
I would say if you are doing this as an activity with your young one it is worth the 20.00. I received a damaged one at first and Stromberg's sent another one free. Nice service.Also, we tried two hatches. Each with two fertile eggs.We got a single chick from each hatch.It is definitely a manual process and we tried to be very careful about the temperatures and turning the eggs and keeping water in the incubator. There were many adjustments and some spikes and drops in the temps due to the changing weather of spring. But given all the variables we have two peeps out of two hatches!
Sharon
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