Incu-Bright™ Cool Light Egg Candler - Incubator Warehouse Exclusive
One of the most exciting parts of incubating eggs is being able to watch the embryo progress during the various development stages. The Incu-Bright™ egg candler makes this joy possible by providing an easy and effective way to candle your eggs. It was designed specifically for candling eggs while keeping affordability in mind. The IncuBright uses the latest in LED light technology. One super bright CREE bulb illuminates your eggs for easy viewing, even with dark or large eggs. The Incu-Bright™ has the only universal silicone rubber egg protector ring that lets you candle any size egg. The IncuBright™ is cordless, making it easy use. Batteries are included. Purchase includes Two Year IncuCare Warranty.
Cool-Lite Egg Candler for Testing Eggs during Hatch
Candling your own eggs is one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences during the incubation process. Being able to see the different stages of development from embryo to a full grown chick moving in its shell, is both fun and educational. The easy to use Cool-Lite Egg candler provides an effective way to candle eggs. Built with a sturdy rubber grip and five foot cord this candler is made to last. Light provided by an incandescent bulb is sealed in by the soft rubber cup which makes it easy to see inside the egg to determine fertility, even with large eggs. Easy to understand full color instructions help guide those who are candling for their first time. As always, all of our products are covered by our One-year Hassle-free Guarantee. Purchase today with no worries and experience the Cool-Light egg candler for yourself. International Customers This automatic egg candler uses 110 Volt AC Power. For international customers (220/240V) please purchase the international power converter to maintain product warranty.

What is an egg candler?  This is a common question we are asked. 

An egg candler is a simple device used for testing eggs.  Candling eggs is a method of testing eggs while they are incubating to determine if they are viable or not.  "Viable" means that the egg is fertilized and an embryo is able to develop and hatch.  The term "candling eggs" comes from the process used before electric bulbs were used.  It was common to use a candle as the light source for testing eggs and put the candle in a box or container of some kind, then cut a hole large enough to put the egg onto but NOT large enough for the egg to fall through.  Do this in a dark room and the light from the egg candler will shine through the egg and you can determine if the egg is developing. 

Today most egg candling is done using an electric light bulb (either LED or incandescent bulb) to provide a light source and the device channels the light into the egg so you can determine if the egg is developing into a chick. 

There are two general types of devices commonly used for egg candling.  One uses AC power and you plug the cord into a wall outlet and the bulb turns on.  Put the egg in the hole where the bulb's light is shining out, turn out the lights, and you'll be able to see what is developing inside.  The second style is similar to a flashlight, but uses high-density LED bulbs and the end of the light has been modified to allow the egg to fit tightly onto it so that no light escapes from the seam between the egg and the egg candler.   Many customers prefer the LED style egg candler because it does not create enough heat to harm the egg and they don't have to worry about having to plug the egg candler in to the wall outlet for it to work.  The battery powered LED egg tester can be taken anywhere and tends to be more convenient to use.