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Hova Bator Egg Incubator 1602N with Circulated Air Fan Kit

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  • GQF HovaBator 1602N with Forced Air Fan kit
  • Comes with Wafer Style Thermostat for precise temperature control
  • Glass bulb thermometer
  • Plastic sanitary liner for easy cleaning with built-in water trough for humidity
  • Thick insulation for great thermal performance
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Hova Bator Egg Incubator 1602N with Circulated Air Fan Kit + School Specialty, Automatic Egg Turner Rack for Incubator + IncuThermTM Digital Thermometer Hygrometer with Min/Max Memory
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Item Weight7 pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB004XNMGOS
Best Sellers Rank #83,717 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 22, 2011
  
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Product Description

Invented by G.Q.F. Manufacturing Co. over 35 years ago, the Hova-Bator is still the WORLD'S BEST SMALL INCUBATOR. This TURBOFAN CIRCULATED AIR FLOW HOVA-BATOR uses a fan to hold a more uniform set point even when the room temperature fluctuates and accommodates various size eggs at the same time. We have cut cost in the 2362N by replacing the picture window with two smaller ones. Visibility is still good for monitoring hatches and temperatures. Dimensions 18 x 18 x 9 1/2, 110 Volt AC. 25 Watt Heat Element. All Hova-Bator incubators include a sanitary plastic liner (item No. 1765). Without an automatic turner in place, the incubator will hold 50 duck or chicken eggs or 130 quail eggs.

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Uisgebaugh on August 7, 2012
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I've borrowed an incubator in the past, same model but it didn't have the fan. Still even without the fan I had a pretty high hatch rate (about 90%). When we got ours (which has the fan kit) we put 9 guinea keet eggs in the Hovabator and on day 27 they started hatching, by day 28 all 9 eggs hatched. The directions have a chart with incubation length for different types of birds. Must admit that we weren't very strict on turning the eggs either. Easy to adjust the temperature, it comes with a thermometer (make sure the thermometer is at the same height as the top of the eggs)- and you should always make sure it maintains the correct temp for awhile BEFORE you put your eggs in. It didn't come with a hygrometer, which would be a good investment to go with the hovabator. It does make a low hum, but nothing too bad. Did what it was supposed to do, next project is D'Uccle Eggs!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Heather Beltran on July 16, 2012
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When I was reading about incubating chicks, everyone made it sound hard...but with this incubator it was very easy. Great deal for the price, would purchase again.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By oxexpat_in_la on December 7, 2012
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I am a chicken addict. I want to give this device a fair review. It is well built in its simplicity. Despite being foam, it is dense and solid. The fan requires installing. Its not difficult but does need some skill. The wafer thermostat also requires installing. This is easy. Just take your time. I get aprox 80-100 percent on local fertile eggs and 50-70% on shipped eggs.

I have had a 1602N incubator for some time. I just purchased a second one from IncubatorWarehouse. Fedex had issues shipping - it disappeared off my front step before I got home from work. IncubatorWarehouse sent me another - thank you IncubatorWarehouse.

Before you run out and buy eggs, run out and get a decent hygrometer for measuring humidity. I use a Meade TM005X-M Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermo Hygrometer

I do not follow the instructions that come with the bator in regard to humidity. I use the dry hatch method - you can do a search in chicken forums for the science behind it. Either way, humidity and temp are critical.

I also use an automatic turner - it keeps the touching of eggs and the risk of transferring bacteria to them at a minimum.

Have fun with your bator. Buy accessories with confidence from IncubatorWarehouse.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rogelio Ramos on April 8, 2014
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Got 42 chickies so far and still counting, would definitely recommend to anybody wanting to hatch baby chicks or other
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