Zoo Med ReptiBator Digital Egg Incubator
By Zoo Med
About This Item
- Supports a temperature control range of 59 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (15 to 40 degrees Celsius).
- Supports a humidity display range of 10% to 95%.
- Comes with an easy-to-read LCD display, an LED heat indicator light and built-in memory to maintain desired settings.
- Rigid 55-watt heating element includes a programmable temperature alarm.
- Pulse proportional thermostat helps stabilize temperature regulation.
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Questions & Answers
2 Customer Questions
Would this work for Emu eggs ?
Answer by • Jan 30, 2022
This works for the eggs of Lizards, Snakes, Bearded Dragons, Aquatic Turtles, Tortoise, Frogs, and Newts. It supports a temperature control range of 59 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (15 to 40 degrees Celsius).
Is this reptibator good for hatching snake eggs such as pythons?
Answer by • Nov 11, 2021
The Reptibator can be used to incubate and hatch python eggs.
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1 Customer Reviews
By Catmama on Apr 13, 2022
Currently using this incubator for a newborn singleton kitten. It's a great size and nice that you can check on him without disturbing. It gets moved daily so the concern is that the styrofoam wont hold up to alot of use.