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  • R-Com 20 Incubator

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    The R-Com 20 incubator is a great choice for incubating virtually all bird eggs. This incubator has all digital controls for temperature and humidity as well as an adjustable egg tray. We highly recommend this model.

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    $425.00

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  • R-Com Mini Incubator

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    R-COM Mini -Incubator 3 egg capacity. Fully automatic Pre-set plug and go technology.

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    $130.00

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  • R-Com Mini Incubator with EZ Scope

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    Made for Classrooms

    This low-capacity 3- egg incubator is perfect for classrooms! It is extremely easy to use- just select the type of bird you are incubating, and let it go! Since it doesn't hold a lot of eggs, it doesn't need to be very large, making it easy to store when not in use. This also means that for school projects, you have fewer birds to find homes for. This listing also includes an EZ Scope egg candler. It is a microscope-style candler that fits securely on top of the unit, allowing students to observe the eggs without disturbing their incubation environment. Easy to use, easy to store, it even includes a countdown to hatch day! This incubator is fun for beginners, students, and teachers alike!

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    $177.25

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  • R-Com Pro 20 Incubator

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    Serious Results for SeriousBreeders

    The R-Com 20 Pro incubator is a great choice for the serious egg incubator. This unit has all the digital controls for humidity and temperature plus controls for the egg turner such as how much it turns and the interval. You have more freedom with this incubator than most will provide you and more control. With this incubator, you can simply select your breed, and it will automatically adjust the settings appropriately for you! It will also keep your settings even if the power is interuppted- no need to worry about a quick outage! With the universal egg tray, it will comfortably hold 20 chicken eggs, but can be adjusted to hold any size. This incubator provides the ease of use that a beginner desires, but with all of the settings available, can provide an extremely customized incubation experience for experienced breeders. This is a great "grow with you" type of incubator.

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    $625.00

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  • R-Com Pro 20 with USB Incubator

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    Pro Incubation With Computer Hookup

    This incubator is truly one of the coolest options available. First, you can automatically control your incubator by selecting your birds species with both temperature and humidity! You can also adjust these manually if you prefer. It comes with an egg turner built in. The best part, however, is that this system hooks up to your computer, allowing you to control and monitor your incubator through a USB cord! You can monitor the weight loss, density, and have real time updating of incubation conditions! This even allows you to update your incbuator's firmware through the USB connection. Truly an innovative and unique approach, this incubator would be ideal for a laboratory or classroom setting.

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    $675.00

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  • R-Com King Suro Incubator

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    R-com king suro 20 incubator. Egg Capacity: 24 eggs max. (Chicken egg) Includes a universal tray for hatching all egg types.

    Specifications:

    * Power consumption: 100 ~ 120 V.
    * W : 48 W Max. (25 W normal)
    * Dimension: W 38cm x L 23cm x H 27cm approximately.

    Features:
    * Temperature and humidity calibration and setting function by user (Factory setting: 37.5 degree C, 45%).
    * Auto egg turn as per 1 hour.
    * Auto humidity control.
    * Temperature display, C/F changeable.
    * Electronic parts one-touch attachable and detachable.
    * 4 air ventilation holes

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    $380.00

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  • R-Com Juragon RX Reptile Incubator

    The R-Com Juragon Rx incubator is the ideal reptile incubator. This unit offers all digital controls that will allow you to incubate reptile eggs of all sorts with great success.

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    $310.00

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  • R-Com Juragon Pro Reptile Incubator

    The R-Com Juragon Pro incubator is the best of the best when it comes to incubating reptile eggs. From snakes to lizards and turtles and tortoises this incubator can do it all.

    At this time, this incubator is only available in lots of 4 or more.

     

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    $490.00

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  • R-Com Juragon Reptile Incubator

    The R-Com Juragon reptile incubator is a top of the line digital incubator that offers all the features you want with the control that is necessary when incubating reptile eggs of all sorts.

    This unit currently only available in lots of 4 or more.

     

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    $390.00

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  • R-Com 50 Pro USB Incubator

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    The R-Com 50 Pro USB has all the great features you come to expect from the R-Com line and now features usb connectivity to control and monitor all aspects of your incubator right from your computer.

     

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    $999.00

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Best Tabletop Incubators

Tabletop incubators are the largest category of incubators. They are smaller models often used by schools, hobby breeders, or for specialized breeding projects that take up a relatively small amount of space. Easy to store, these are great for the seasonal breeder who doesn't want/have space for a large machine sitting around. Of course, since these are so popular, there are a lot of variety and options that can make it hard to choose. The best place to start is by learning about the breed or breeds you plan to incubate. We have added some basic incubation instructions for different breeds that can help you get an idea of what requirements your breed may have.

Tabletop Incubator Considerations

When it comes down to it, there are three things to take into consideration when selecting your tabletop egg incubator. These are the features of the incubator, the construction and materials it is made from, and the needs of your breed. 

Features

 With incubators, you pretty much get what you pay for. Less expensive incubators typically come with fewer features and lower quality materials. More expensive incubators come with more features and better materials. Some of the features you may want to consider are digital temperature controls, humidity pumps, and even USB connections for charting incubation factors and process. One of our favorite choices is the ReptiPro 6000. It has a very sleek and unique exterior as well as digital thermostat controls, a cool-blue light for the interior, a large picture window, and a constantly running fan for better temperature distribution. It is a great value for any breeder who wants something a little more high-tech without breaking the bank.

Construction

There are two main materials that tabletop incubators are made out of: plastic and styrofoam. While styrofoam incubators don't tend to last as long as plastic incubators, they are typically a better value when it comes to price versus egg capacity. GQF MFG carries a full line of styrofoam tabletop incubators that are reasonably priced and have a variety of different features and options. Most other manufacturers offer molded plastic incubators that will last longer, and typically also come with a higher price tag. 

Egg Needs

Tabletop incubators can hold between 3-50 eggs, and come in a variety of sizes in between. Based on the size of your eggs and the quantity you hope to incubate, you may be able to eliminate some choices immediately. For example, if you only want to incubate a very small number of eggs, then you may want to choose an R-Com Mini Incubator or a Brinsea Mini Advance. These are also great choices for exotic birds as they will give you high control without taking up an uneccesary amount of space. If you are looking to incubate a larger number of eggs, you may want to go with a Hova-Bator Incubator with Turner. There are a variety of sizes of turners available for most egg types, and these units can hold up to 50 chicken eggs without a turner. 

Whatever incubator you decide, or if you need help deciding, we are here to help. You can contact us at anytime by calling (800)259-9755.