Chick-Bator Incubator 9100

Small Hatching Option


The 9100 Chick-Bator incubator is a small incubator that will hold about 3 chicken eggs, 4 pheasant eggs, 2 turkey or duck eggs, or 8 quail eggs. This unit does require manual turning. However, it is a simple to use incubator, that could be a great first time choice. These are great for kids incubating the first time, because they really learn a lot about why eggs need to be turned, how often to turn them, and how heat and humidity affects hatching. This could be a great science fair project. 

SKU: 9100

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$17.95
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Small Hatching Option

The 9100 Chick-Bator incubator is a small incubator that will hold about 3 chicken eggs, 4 pheasant eggs, 2 turkey or duck eggs, or 8 quail eggs. This unit does require manual turning. However, it is a simple to use incubator, that could be a great first time choice. These are great for kids incubating the first time, because they really learn a lot about why eggs need to be turned, how often to turn them, and how heat and humidity affects hatching. This could be a great science fair project. 

Capacity

3 chicken eggs, 4 pheasant eggs, 2 turkey or duck eggs, 8 quail eggs.

Contents

1- #9100 Chick-Bator Incubator, includes thermometer and instructions

Features

  • Easy to use.
  • Great Science-Fair Style Project
  • Recommended for use with Non-Rare eggs.
  • Manual turning needed- no automatic turner.
Dimensions

7'' Diameter, 6'' Tall

Additional Info

Additional Info

Manufacturer GQF Manufacturing
Model No
MPN No
UPC Does Not Apply
Chicken Egg Capacity 3
Goose Egg Capacity 1-2
Quail Egg Capacity 8

Reviews

Cool little deviceReview by Renee
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What an interesting little device! So it's not the most high tech incubator out there- it's less than $20, so I'm not sure what people expect. To hatch chicks, you really just need a warm box, and that is what this is. I have a large farm and use several of the large cabinet incubators, so I got this for my grand children to give incubation a shot. I toss them a couple of eggs now and then, and they run off to get them going in their incubator. Sometimes they have good results, sometimes not so great. I won't blame that on the incubator, it is just the trial and error that comes along with incubation. Overall, we have been very pleased with this product, and it has taught my grandchildren patience and persistence in a very real way. (Posted on 11/5/2013)
Get what you pay forReview by Jan
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This incubator is cheap- cheaply made and inexpensive. We had 4 eggs going in here and ended up with 1 quail chick. It was disappointing, but based on the look of the incubator, I am surprised we even got that. Next time I will invest in something a little bit better for the kids- I don't like the sad looks! However, the kids were really excited about their chick, and have caught the incubation bug. This incubator may be ok to gauge interest in incubation before purchasing a real incubator, but certainly could not be counted on for any type of precision or consistent use. (Posted on 10/23/2013)

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