Genesis Picture Window Pre-set Incubator with Automatic Egg Turner – Quail To Duck

Pre-set Incubator with Automatic Egg Turner is pre-set for bird eggs. Simply plug it in, then add water and eggs. Nothing to set up or adjust. This circulated air Hova-Bator comes with a thermometer, plastic bottom liner, and is pre-set to 100 F. Like all incubators, the 1588 requires a stable room temperature and should not be used in areas like sheds or barns. Being pre-set, this incubator delivers consistently good hatches.
-Excellent for classrooms, novices, and experts. 12 Volt system is safe and TUV listed.
-Although it is pre-set to 100 F, the thermostat can be adjusted. The 1588 can be set as low as 80 F. for use with reptiles.
-Soft-Air fan technology provides needed oxygen and refreshes air without forcing air directly on the eggs.
-Automatic Turners available for poultry and game bird eggs. See items 1610M, 1611M and 1614M.
Dimensions 18” x 18” x 9 1/2” Without an automatic turner in place, the incubator will hold 50 large duck or chicken eggs or 140 quail eggs. 12 Volt DC power supply (included) plugs into 110 Volt outlet. Includes liner and instructions. AUTOMATIC TURNER SOLD SEPARATELY

Pre-set Incubator with Automatic Egg Turner Product Features

  • TUV Approved For Classroom Use
  • Full view picture window top
  • Preset temperature
  • Pre-set Incubator with Automatic Egg Turner included – quail eggs to duck weggs and all in between

2 thoughts on “Genesis Picture Window Pre-set Incubator with Automatic Egg Turner – Quail To Duck”

  1. Great product! Spent a little extra and purchased the Genesis. Wow…41 chicken eggs and we hatched 36! Very easy to use. Kept water in the bottom and that was it! No problems at all. My only complaint is that it is hard to believe a piece of styrofoam costs over $100.UPDATE 4/17/13: It has been about two years and the product still works fine.

  2. Incubator for Dummies Today is April 23rd, the eggs I placed in the incubator on April 4th started hatching. This incubator is set so don’t mess with the control settings at least on your first attempt. The instructions are great, easy to understand, step-by-step explanations from egg selection, to how too handle/clean the eggs, what the humidity should be during incubation and how to raise it for hatching in the last three days. I raised the humidity this morning and in the afternoon they started to hatch. I now…

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