Purchase is for Egg Turner ONLY, incubator base not included.
The IncuTurn™ for HovaBator has been carefully engineered and tested and will fit all current HovaBator desktop incubators**. The universal egg tray holds any size egg, saving you from purchasing expensive egg racks for different egg sizes. The automatic egg turner gently rolls the eggs six times per day, which prevents the yolk from settling while exercising the embryo. This rolling action is very similar to how eggs are turned in nature. The universal egg tray can hold 42 Chicken*, 70 Quail*, or 28 Goose eggs*. Installing the IncuTurn™ for HovaBator is a breeze, simply slide the motor clip over the edge of the incubator and attach the turning tray and you’re ready to start incubating. This product is a direct replacement for all HovaBator Egg Turners (including models 1611 & 1610). 110V AC Power.
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*Capacity may vary based on egg size
**Works with all current style HovaBator Incubators, does not work with the older blocky, square style incubators
HOVABATOR QUAIL EGG RACKS (6) are not compatible with the IncuTurn Egg Turner
- Additional Information
SKU 1357 Weight (lb) 2.0000 Condition New Country of Origin USA & China Dimensions 16 x 14 x 3 Circulated Air No Material Plastic & Metal Model 1357 Style Automatic Voltage North America (110/120 Volt AC) Battery No Capacity 42 Chicken, Sanitation Liner No Thermostat Type No Window Size No Watts 5
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- Works as advertised, but be careful in a classroom.
The Incuturn is easy to set up and works as advertised, gently rolling the eggs back and forth across the incubator. In previous years, I've used the yellow egg turner that tilts eggs back and forth. I liked the idea of the eggs moving more naturally with this egg turner.
One thing to note, I am a Kindergarten teacher and use my incubator to hatch chicks in my classroom each spring. As such, I don't have a huge load of eggs in the incubator (usually a dozen at max) which makes it easier for the eggs to get jostled around. In their excitement, my students have accidentally bumped the incubator, causing the eggs to roll out of their places into other rows. This resulted in two cracked eggs (luckily both unfertilized). If using this in a classroom setting (particularly with younger students), I recommend locating the incubator in a location that minimizes movement. It doesn't take a huge bump to knock the eggs out of position.
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