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Posted by geeboo on May 07, 2003 at 23:09:19:
In Reply to: Leopard Gecko incubators posted by Beardiekid14 on May 07, 2003 at 20:04:45:
If you are going with a hovabator use the thermal air model. Also go to www.Albeysreptiles.com to the how to incubate section very good and almost foolproof with good fertile eggs. I don't use a hovabator I use a homemade job though but you should be fine.
:I am a first time leopard gecko breeder and even though my leos are months away from breeding I am looking incubators and I was wondering if this incubator would work well for leo eggs? I have post a full description below:
:PICTURE WINDOW THERMAL AIR FLOW REPTILE HOVA-BATOR INCUBATOR
:The Picture window permits easy viewing of eggs and hatchlings. The thermal air design allows fresh air in the bottom vent holes as hot air escapes through the top vents. The unit is very popular where high humidty is required and unobstructed viewing is necessary. The 1582R is frequently used in classrooms when several students may need viewing access at the same time. Thermometer, wafer thermostat and clear plastic bottom liner are standard equipment. Reptile instructions provide information regarding operation.
:Dimensions 18" X 18" X 7 1/2", 110 Volt AC, 25.3 Watt