R-Com RCOM Max 20 MX20 Fully AUTOMATIC Digital Egg INCUBATOR Brand NEW WARRANTY Your Local USA Distributor
|Price:||$359.94 + $30.99 shipping|
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- This incubator will house 20 Chicken size eggs in the automatic Egg turner.
- Comes with a Universal chicken tray adaptable for the smallest up to Emu size eggs.
- 110 Volt with American Plug for the US Market
- Precise Digital Thermometer read-out
- Fully Automatic Egg Turning, Temperature and Humidity Control
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 17 x 18 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MAX-20 MX20|
|Model Number||Max 20 MX20|
|Shipping Weight||12.75 pounds|
|USDA Hardiness Zone||1|
Top of the Line R-Com Luxury design with streamlined egg shaped concept. Enhanced reliability by applying Swiss's Sensirion's 3rd generation temperature & humidity sensor. Automatic temperature / humidity setting and adjusting function. Automatic egg turning function with sophisticated platform egg movement suitable for even the most delicate eggs . Clear and transparent large view-window. Variable air control lever to control air amount inside the incubator. 110 Volt with American plug for the North American market. Applying R-COM's optimum air flow technology to avoid the fan's air from directly touching egg. Celsius or Fahrenheit. Alarm and indicator function for abnormally high or low temperature caused by drastic and unusual outer temperature change. Vent Holes for inflow of fresh air from outside to inside by affecting the heat insulation to the minimum. The bottom of the egg tray is made with embossed skid-resistance flooring to prevent young from deformity in their legs. 52 Quail eggs 20 Amazon / Macaw / Chicken eggs 20 Pheasant eggs
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Pros: Keeps temperature, and humidity. It has simplistic and convenient features and easy to use. You add water on the side, so no need to open the lid and move the eggs or anything. Humidity feature is a godsend, you set it digitally and just like the temperature it adjusts to it on its own and holds it. Other incubators you have to manage the amount of water you put in to raise or lower the humidity which is annoying, with the Brinsea you have to fill one reservoir during incubating phase and both reservoirs for hatching and adjust the little knob, an external reservoir tank costs $150 which amounts to this Rcom. This incubator also has a lot of other cool features (custom rotation intervals, hatch settings, alarms, and etc) that I don't even use because I just set it for 37.5 and 48% humidity and then my parents transfer it to one of those generic Chinese incubators after 18 days where they hatch it. So they're constantly adding new eggs as they transfer the ones ready to be hatched into a different hatcher. Its also really easy to clean.
Cons: The price is expensive, it only holds 20 eggs (normal chicken size) should hold at least 30 for $400. I wished it had a display where it counted the number of days on it. Takes only distilled water (will void warranty if you use tap water) not really an issue its only $0.89 a gallon which lasts around 3 batches but just a nuisance, makes sense though, using distilled water doesn't leave gunk and minerals like tap water I now use distilled in the cheap incubator, the part where you add water spills a splashes a bit if you're pouring from the gallon, again not an issue just a pet peeve, I use a funnel I made with a small water bottle. My only real issue is not with the incubator itself but with the warranty. It will void the warranty if you hatch the eggs in it because of those small fur/dust like feathers, it recommends you hatch the egg in a different machine which I find ridiculous.
Again my cons about the Rcom aren't really cons about the product and its performance, I'm just nitpicking because of the price and I thought I should reveal everything I didn't like so it'll help others decide. It really is a high end incubator and performs flawlessly. I would buy it again and I do recommend it if it's in your budget, in fact I'm looking into the Rcom Pro when I decide to get an incubator for my place.