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Brinsea Ova-Easy Advance EX Hatcher

Hi, looking for people's experiences and recommendations with a Brinsea Ova-Easy Advance EX Hatcher from freeway poultry.

The smallest incy type should suit us as we are hobby breeders and use the meat and eggs etc.

I've had a Rcom 20 in the past but had to pay for a re-calibration every hatch season. It was Ä300 to buy at the time and I must have spent that again throughout the years with the fix costing Ä40 each time.

I'm looking into buying Brinsea Advanced incubator but I don't want the hassle, cost or down time if this model is similar to the Rcom20.

In your experience are these good incubators to buy?

Thanking you for your time.

Cork Wyandotte
Wednesday, April 19th, 2023

Brinsea octogan 20 it's the old make never let me down great machine

Michael Sherman
Tuesday, April 25th, 2023

Go with ms incubator or hika there but more expensive but ther for life. There not plastic like Brinsea.

noelc
Friday, April 28th, 2023

Hi Michael, is this the correct one I'm looking at or is there an older more durable and reliable model?

https://www.maceoinltd.com/brinsea-octagon-20-eco-incubator-...

Hi Noel, can't find ms or hika but thanks.

Cork Wyandotte
Saturday, April 29th, 2023

Can't find them lol.

noelc
Sunday, April 30th, 2023


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