KEBONNIXS 12 Egg Incubator with Humidity Display, Egg Candler, Automatic Egg Turner, for Hatching Chickens

Regular price $177.11

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SKU: E-16655

Category: Incubator, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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  • ★ STABLE TEMPERATURE - Induced airflow system drived by a strong circulating fan for a stable incubator temperature distribution
  • ★ DISPLAY HUMIDITY LEVEL - No need to buy additional hygrometer to monitor incubator humidity level
  • ★ BUILT-IN EGG CANDLER - No need to buy additional egg candler to observe the development of eggs
  • ★ EXTERNAL WATER TOP-UP - No need to open the incubator lid to avoid causing temperature fluctuation
  • ★ AUTO-STOP EGG TURNER - Automatic stop turning eggs 3 days before hatch to avoid excess turning to eggs

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Product Dimensions11.4 x 10.2 x 6.7 inches; 3.64 Pounds
Item Weight3.63 pounds
ManufacturerKEBONNIXS
Date First AvailableValues:
  1. December 29

  2. 2019
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on September 15, 2022
We loaded the incubator with max of 12 chicken eggs. The incubator heated nicely and the egg turner worked great. Humidity is a little harder to adjust, at least in Michigan with no indoor air. Having said that it’s was not difficult to adjust and keep it within range. Due to keeping an eye on humidity, this was not a “set it and forget it” machine. The countdown timer was a nice feature as well as the candling light. With the light we were able to see that 3 of our 12 eggs were not fertilized and were removed. The other 9 eggs hatched on days 19-21 without issue. Loved the clear large viewing area. Cleaning the machine was a breeze. Love this unit and look forward to hatching more eggs in the future. Only change I would suggest at this point is to put a handle on the top. It is hard to grasp with one hand without putting the lid down. The egg turner power cord is a tad short. This would not deter me from buying this machine again!
Reviewed on August 24, 2022
Our peahens nested for the first time this year, starting out by leaving eggs around the yard. I put 5 of them in the incubator, marking the dates. Four eggs never developed, and the candling light helped me to see which ones needed to be discarded. The final egg developed right on time, to the day. I had to add water daily and I rotated the egg myself a couple of times/day because a larger egg won't make contact with the "floor", so there's no friction to turn it. I just remembered to turn it when I woke up and before bed, and that worked out just fine. It held the temperature steadily and our baby hatched inside, and is growing into a healthy little peahen or peacock (still too early to tell.) The chicks hatched by the peahens themselves did not fair so well, so next time, I'll try to hatch as many as will fit in the incubator.
Reviewed on May 26, 2022
Incubating eggs is not easy. This machine does it in a very convenient and enjoyable way. I bought and returned another model that couldn’t hold accurate temp and humidity on pre testing. Got this one and it held well for 24 hr so I used it. We have now done three rounds, all begun with 12 eggs. It was winter here in northern NY when we started. So egg collection fallibility (possibly Thru were too chilled) resulted in server Al not beginning development. One chick formed and never pipped. That run was hard to keep the humidity high enough. I had a humidifier running full blast most of the time and pots of water lined up on the radiator. I rented it and misted with a spray bottle dozens of times a day for “lock down”. Due to our environmental conditions I don’t think a different machine would be less work. Hatching was a dream. My three small kids were glued to it for a full day and it was delightful to have such great visibility. Do not forget to put non slip drawer liner material from dollar tree in. BEFORE YOU BEGIN INCUBATING use the yellow plastic egg turner as a pattern and cut it out with a hole in the middle but don’t put the bo slip mat in until just when the egg turner stops on day 17. Run two was easier to keep the humidity up. Run three it was ideal humidity every day! No additional humidifier needed. This is all due to our prevailing ambient conditions. After we spiked the humidity for hatching it it was ideal. HOWEVER upon hatching the humidity spiked and stayed above 80% for over 24 hr. Each of the three hatches took a little over 24hr. Now one chick is definitely dying and appears not to have sealed up all the way and one has a visibly swollen belly (both signs of too high humidity). Hatch one I worked my tail off and achieved high-enough humidity when our ambient conditions were low. Hatch two everything was easy. Hatch three, humidity was too high but what can I even do about it!? It’s a great machine, such a fun adventure. I recommend this endeavor and I think this machine is great for a novice (o had no experience at all before this).
Reviewed on June 12, 2022
This is a great little incubator for the price, here’s my pros and cons from my experience. Price is good for what you get, however like a few others I had to wonder why they didn’t include a simple mat for hatchings. I used a simple drawer liner /cut it out to fix has shown in my photo and worked very well. The temperature is fixed for chicken eggs so not sure how you’d adjust it up or down for other temperatures. It also seemed to overheat a few degrees if the temperature dropped to say 94/95 while taking eggs out to candle. The light for the candling is blinding bright so it works well. The humidity control was a bit of a struggle as well, perhaps because I live in a very humid region? Although this was kept indoors at all times. The egg turning is smooth and works well. As my eggs began to hatch I had to really watch the temperature and humidity though. With each hatch humidity jumped by 15-20 percent and although you can tilt the lid… the chicks try and get out… it seems like the temperature kept jumping as well… not sure if it’s something with the timer? My eggs all hatched on day 21. I also found that after two hatches, it was just too crowded with other eggs just piped so had to very quickly remove the chicks and their eggs as soon as they fluffed up some. Although they could stand, it was a small space and one got its little foot stuck in the center screen. All in all, I would recommend if hatching maybe 6-8 eggs and able to babysit during those last 20-22 day ranges. You need to have a brooder set up as I would. It recommend keeping them in this too long… they also seemed to be short on air even though I had the vent open all the way… On that not we did have 100% good /healthy hatches!