R-Com Mini Digital Egg Incubator


R-Com Mini Digital Egg Incubator


Please Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. This item is shipped direct from manufacturer.

The process of incubating and hatching eggs is a delight to watch and is made easy with the new R-COM 3 egg incubator. Great starter incubator for kids classroom projects.

Three hens eggs are gently warmed and turned automatically as they incubate and the display even counts down each day to tell you when they are due to hatch.

The R COM Mini Incubator is menu driven and extremely easy to use: just choose between one of the 5 settings (chicken, duck, pheasant, quail or mystery bird – to be programmed) and the micro-controller holds the correct temperature, turning and length of incubation. Turning will even stop automatically 2 days prior to hatching; all you need do is top up periodically with water. Detailed, attractive instructions are supplied to guide you through the do’s and don’ts.

RCOM 3 egg digital incubator with microprocessor control and automatic egg turning. The RCOM Mini Incubators can take 7 small eggs quail size or smaller, or 3 hen eggs or 2 duck or 1 goose eggs, capacity is smaller than others but technology is miles past any other make of incubator.

– 99.5 F automatic temperature control
– Automatic egg-turning with auto stop 2 days prior to hatching and warning buzzer
– Count down to hatch day
Optimum conditions of incubation
– LCD shows all information
– 3 indentations accommodate eggs of all sizes from large duck eggs down to quail eggs without any additional device (optional insert for increased capacity)
– BLDC motor for air circulation (low noise, long life)
– Large view window to observe eggs and chicks
– Sensor and alarm if the view window is open
– Sensor and alarm for water supply
– Floating device to prevent water from overflowing
– Robust hygienic plastic construction
– Can be used as a temporary living place after incubation
– 12 months guarantee
– Buzzer with abnormal conditions

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