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This Kit includes:
Brinsea Mini II Advance Incubator (Automatic)
Brinsea OvaView Candler
Chicktec Hatchery Disinfectant 100ml
Brinsea EcoGlow Safety 600 Chick Brooder
BEC 1Kg Chick Feeder
BEC 1Ltr Chick Drinker
The Brinsea Advance Starter Pack is the best-selling egg incubation starter kit at The Incubator Shop. It provides everything you need to start hatching and rearing chicks. The 'Advance' control system of the Brinsea Mini Advance ensures that all the correct settings are in place throughout the duration of the hatch! Its great fun and exceptionally easy to use!
The Brinsea Advance Starter Pack includes:
The Brinsea Mini Advance Incubator - It's a small 7 egg incubator with unrivalled accuracy, quality and usability. The Brinsea Mini Advance is fully automatic, meaning eggs are turned automatically and precisely when required. It also includes a visible date-of-hatch countdown that details precisely when hatching should occur. The Mini Advance is constructed from a high quality, clear plastic ensuring maximum visibility from every angle.
Brinsea OvaView Candling Lamp - a versatile and very effective candling lamp designed for both handheld and desktop use. Its LED light allows you to detect even faint shadows inside the developing egg, making it easier to detect signs of life. The LED has the additional effect of keeping the egg at a safe temperature during candling as well as extended battery life. See your chicks develop inside the egg!
Brinsea EcoGlow Safety 600 Brooder - This fantastic chick brooder can be used as a heat source for up to 20 chicks! It operates on very low voltages. It's direct warming technique and lack of emitted light makes it much safer than traditional bulbs and healthier for your chicks.
Also included in the Advance Starter Pack: a feeder, a drinker and incubation disinfectant.
|Egg Capacity||Chicken: 7 | Quail: 12 (Requires Additional Egg Tray) | Goose: 0 | Duck: 7|
|Dimensions||22cm x 22cm x 16.5cm high|
|Power Consumption||Maximum 18 Watts - Typical 12 Watts|
|Power Supply||100 – 230v, 50Hz, 0.5A max.|
|Instruction Manual||Download instructions here|
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|Just a quick note to tell you that 5 out of 7 eggs hatched in my little incubator the chicks are growing on well under the brooder in a large cardboard box. It's a super kit so good my friend has borrowed my candler which was included because it's so much better than hers|
|I was a little bit disappointed that this is advertised as a kit! You think you are getting everything you see, not quite so! This item is shown at several different retailers showing enclosure in the picture. I thought I was getting a real bargain, not so the enclosure is extra. When you look closely at the advert picture it does say if you get a magnifying glass yellow enclosure not included. I appreciate it also says again in the advert, this is partly my fault for not reading the advert thoroughly. But due to clever advertising I feel i was mislead a bit. Apart from that this is a great piece of kit.|
|Great little incubator, we got 4 chicks at our first attempt|
|We bought this for a pre-school topic. We are delighted that we hatched all seven of our eggs on our first attempt. The kids have thoroughly enjoyed the experience almost as much as the parents and staff! Would definitely recommend to others. Can't wait to try it again, with duck eggs next time.|
|Great product. The children watched our chicks hatching live which was an amazing experience.|
|Very pleased with our purchase hopefully waiting for our first duckling to hatch which are due tomorrow .|