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OvaView Standard egg candler

Item Number:   USF180
Price: $39.99
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    Made in Britain

Product Information

Battery operated egg candler for candling most species of chicken, duck or goose eggs.

User Manuals

Click on the link below to download the User Manual
OvaView egg candler User Manual

Description

Hand-held or Work Surface Design

The OvaView egg candler is designed to be either hand-held or can be left on a work surface.

Battery Powered and LED Illumination

Battery powered for convenience (4 AA batteries included), this candling lamp uses high output, high-efficiency LED illumination – so no bulbs to replace and no concerns about overheating the eggs during inspection when using this candling light.

Supplied with Flexible Black Ring and Batteries

Supplied with a flexible black ring to seal against the egg shell and a set of 4AA batteries. For longer life, it can be used with rechargeable AA batteries. Suitable sets of batteries with charger are available.

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Incubation FAQs

Q - Where can I get advice on hatching eggs, I've never tried it before?

A - All you need is in our Incubation Handbook, which is free to download.

Q - How do I prepare my incubator for hatching?

A - Please refer to Pre-season checks for your incubator, a comprehensive guide to preparing your incubator for hatching.

Q - How long can eggs be stored?

A - Most species may be safely stored for up to 10 days before serious reductions in hatch rates are likely but it is always best to set fertile eggs in an incubator within 24-48 hours of obtaining them. Daily turning of stored eggs also helps maintain hatchability. Store eggs in cool, damp conditions.
Refer to our datasheet Storage and handling of eggs prior to incubation

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