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GQF HovaBator Automatic Egg Turner with 6 Universal Egg Racks - 1611 - Fits Chicken, Partridge, Duck, and More
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- Fully automates the tedious requirement to turn incubating eggs several times per day.
- Turner holds six universal egg racks, each of which holds any size egg from a partridge up to a duck (total 41 eggs per turner).
- Perfect for home, school, or laboratory use - no need to turn eggs by hand.
- Can be used with all HovaBator incubators.
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During incubation, eggs must be turned several times a day to prevent the yolk from settling on one side and to exercise the embryo. Turning the eggs by hand is the most time demanding and time consuming part of egg incubation. This automatic egg turner takes away this tedious task of turning eggs by hand. Specifications: Turner holds a total of six egg racks. Each Universal Egg Rack holds eggs any size from a partridge egg up to duck eggs (total 41 eggs per turner). 15'' x 15'' x 3'', 110 Volt AC. TUV Listed. Can be used with all Hova-Bator incubators.
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It now works, though it does tend to pop and make noise. The materials that this is made from seems really cheap to me. Very easy to break parts if you're not careful. I mean, it broke inside of the undamaged box while shipping, so quality isn't there.
This turner doesn’t really “turn” the eggs as much as rocking them back and forth very slowly in a pattern over a set amount of time. If you stand and watch it won’t look like it’s actually doing anything, but you will notice it in different positions at different points of the day.
If you are worried you will forget to turn your eggs, don’t have time to constantly turn eggs, or generally want to make your life easier AND if you have a hovabator, this is very much worth it!