Little Giant Egg Incubator 9300 with Circulated Air Fan Kit


Little Giant Egg Incubator 9300 with Circulated Air Fan Kit



  • Digital electronic thermostat with LCD Screen
  • Displays Temperature and Humidity
  • Gentle Flow Fan kit
  • Durable Styrofoam construction provides excellent insulation
  • Two large viewing windows
  • Built-in humidity rings for humidity control
  • Holds up to 46 chicken eggs
  • Incubator 1 Year Hassle Free Guarantee
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This kit raises the standard set by the Little Giant still-air 9300 incubator by the addition of a gentle flow fan.  Since heat rises, the temperature inside a still air incubator can vary by up to five degrees Fahrenheit from top to bottom, which causes warm and cool areas inside the incubator and can be a common factor in low hatch rates. The gentle flow fan gently circulates the air inside the incubator to minimize warm and cool areas, and provide a constant temperature which ensures all of the eggs are heated evenly, which can improve hatch rates. The gentle air flow provided by the fan also provides the correct amount of circulation which improves humidity control, avoids dehydrating the eggs, and will not overheat the incubator, which are typical problems with common high speed fan kits.

Little Giant table top incubators set the standard for table top incubating with the built-in digital electronic thermostat with temperature and humidity readout.  It is manufactured of durable Styrofoam that efficiently retains the gentle heat produced by the 40 watt heating element. This combined with the easily adjustable, digital electronic thermostat with LCD screen, effectively controls the heat to produce the ideal environment for incubating. Built-in moisture rings easily allow for the addition of water to maintain humidity, a key factor to a successful hatch. Two 4 x 8 inch viewing windows allow for a great view of the hatching process and are great for educational purposes. Higher sidewalls help keep birds inside when the lid is removed and a durable and easily washable plastic mesh screen supports the eggs to combine for a safe hatch. This incubator can hold approximately 46 chicken, 188 quail, 90 pheasant, and 40 turkey or duck eggs. Additional accessories can be purchased to enhance the hatch rate and over all experience. These include: an automatic egg turner, forced air fan kit, and an Incu-Bright egg candler. As always, all of our products are covered by our One-year Hassle Free Guarantee. Purchase today with no worries and experience the Little Giant incubator for yourself.

International Customers

This incubator uses 110 Volt AC Power.  For international customers (220/240V) please purchase the international power converter to maintain product warranty.  

SKU : 1103


Weight : 4.25 lb

COUNTRY of ORGIN : Incubator - USA, Fan - China

DIMENSIONS : 19" x 19" x 6"

MATERIAL : Multiple

MODEL : Replaces 10300 & 10200

VOLTAGE : North America (110/120 Volt AC)

WATT : 40

Color : White

Capacity : 42-120

Sanitation Liner : Optional

Thermostat Type : Digital Electronic

Window Size : 4" x 8"

Circulated Air : Yes

Style : Tabletop


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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We had great success for months, but these things are very prone to swings of temperature due to environmental factors. This problem is likely inherent in any desktop incubator, and we even saw it in our Hovabators. The offset fan creates a temperature differential which is pretty high and makes it difficult to get consistent hatching times. If you're just raising ducklings for yourself, it's probably not a big deal. If you're using these for surge capacity during peak hatching season, this makes it hard to accurately predict hatch dates, and trying to chase the right temperature inevitably leads to the loss of birds.

So, home use, ok, but watch it like a hawk and have a secondary way to verify temperature. For any serious use, spring for a cabinet incubator, even for surge capacity.

It's worked for us

We originally bought the still-air version of this to use as a hatcher. We later added fan kits to reduce the temperature differential between the hot and cold spots, and then used them as incubators.

Quality: 3 Ours are in their first season, but we've had no equipment failures yet, but at this price, you know you're dealing with inexpensive electronics and questionable QC.

Price: 5 A US made incubator for less than $100? This is a good price.

Value: 3 This is subjective. You're trading time for money. I have little time, and so isn't a great value to me. This is my wife's passion, and she makes time, and enjoys doting on her eggs.

--- Long version

My wife has three of these, and has hatched more than 50 ducklings, with more on the way. If you want a fire and forget incubator, this isn't it. When you buy a budget incubator, you're exchanging your time for a lower price.

We check the temperature in multiple locations so that we know where the hot and cold spots are and adjust accordingly. (Note that my fully automatic RCom Max 20 has hot and cold spots, too, they're just less extreme).

We check the temperature at least twice a day with a digital thermometer when we rotate the eggs by and.

When we rotate eggs, we also reposition them so no egg stays consistently warmer or cooler than another, and all eggs get time in cooler or warmer spots.

Humidity control is completely dependent on your environment. For ducks, with an in-home humidity of about 45%, misting the eggs when we rotate them works best *for us*. You'll need to determine what works in your environment.

We double-check the temperature with a separate digital thermometer, and it's within a few degrees in all three, but like many incubators, there are hot and cold spots. We also re-check the temperate twice daily when we rotate eggs.

We've found that it takes about 2 days for the temperature to stabilize. This is likely due to the fact that you only have about 40W of heat, and a pretty significant mass of eggs to bring up to temperature along with replacing heat losses to the environment.

Don't overload it.

We lost a few ducks learning these things, but even with those losses included, we've had a pretty solid success rate with these incubators, and according to our math, an 80% success rate.

If you lack either time, or discipline, then get one of the nice fully automatic incubators with humidity control, which is second only to a broody hen in effectiveness and hands-off operation. If you have the time and discipline to devote to monitoring your hatch, then these are a decent value.

The still air incubators work ok as hatchers, but we've since added fan kits too all of ours and prefer them. We also more hand-on during hatching than a lot of people and don't leave our ducklings in the incubator for very long after they hatch, so I don't know if there's a risk of splay leg.

Not worth the trouble

Does not hold temp well. Temp is off by 5-10 degrees. Plastic rack causes splay leg and the display doesnt read right. Low low hatch rate