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Brinsea Ovascope Egg Viewer
|Price:||$69.99 ($69.99 / each) & FREE Shipping. Details|
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|EAN||0606940002106 , 0079579887008|
|Item Weight||1.05 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||606940002106 , 079579887008|
Brinsea egg scope is used to view live chicken or duck embryo development. ... See more product details
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Brinsea egg scope is used to view live chicken or duck embryo development. The scope blocks ambient light and provides slight magnification to enhance visibility of the embryo, and has a smooth rotation feature for observing the embryo from all sides. The scope is powered by four AA batteries for ease of use (included), and has LED illumination for candling the egg. For longer periods of viewing, the scope can be used with rechargeable batteries (sold separately). The scope is versatile for accommodating any egg size up to goose eggs, and includes a small black ring to seal against the shell of smaller eggs for stability. The scope can be used with a webcam and for classroom demonstrations.
Brinsea Products, Inc. manufactures bird and reptile breeding products, including incubators, brooders, and accessories. The company, founded in 1976, is headquartered in Titusville, FL and meets International Organization of Standardization (ISO) standard 9002.
What’s in the Box?
- Egg scope
- (4) AA batteries
- Small black ring
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Top Customer Reviews
As a private small breeder, it is much more trouble to get the eggs in and out of this thing, only to see a restricted view of the egg. I am able to better evaluate the egg for overall health and development without this... wish I could send it back but Brinsea's 20%-restocking-and-you-pay-the-postage-both-ways makes it not worth the trouble.
If you are candling eggs in a pre-school, I highly recommend this. The viewer allows the teacher to place the egg in the right spot and then the children can turn the egg using the viewer instead of their hands. This reduces the risk of disease, and increases the safety of the egg and growing chick.
Even though it was more expensive, it is absolutely worthwhile for classroom projects.
This was expensive but well worth it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not really helpfull. Better to buy a high output led light, use your hand and a dark room.Published 4 months ago by RRB
High quality unit..given as a gift to my daughter who was thrilled to be able to check her eggs for fertilization. She is an avid backyard chicken lady .Published 11 months ago by sandra norris
It works. It's so lightweight though and I'm always afraid a little bump will send it flying off of the counter. I'd buy another one if this one broke.Published 13 months ago by Lynette L.
Very cool way to candle eggs. Totally love this thing. Great for kids and grown-ups :)Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a great device at a wonderful price that I wish I'd bought sooner. After making do with LED flashlights for years this is hands down one of the best purchases I've made. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
My 5 year old granddaughter has become very interested in raising chickens. At first her parents would purchase the small chicks from farm supply stores or others who raise them... Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by lwhewett
Works great but a brighter light source would be nice for my Black Copper Marans and Wellsummer eggs because of their extremely dark shells.Published on December 12, 2013 by Shebear