Our Cabinet incubator for reptiles. Hold as many as 80 Ball Python eggs.
Complete with our acclaimed digital temperature thermostat with alphanumeric readout. Directly set the temperature on the Alphanumeric display.
Hi and Low temperature alarms. Passcode protection. Super quiet fan circulates the heat to ensure even heat distribution. Clear polycarbonate door.
Outside Dimensions 17’wide X 17.5’deep X 24’high . Shelf dimensions: 15.75′ X 14.75′
The picture shows plastic shoeboxes used as eggboxes. These are not included. The ideal size eggbox for this incubator is 13.25″ X 10 X 4″. But any box that fits will work. WalMart and Target both offer a variety of egg boxes that will fit. The box should have a tight fitting lid. Search popular reptile forums for tips on making your egg box. But the short version is to add peat moss soaked in water as a base medium in the box. Arrange your eggs in the box so that each egg is slightly touching the others. (When your ball python lays her eggs they will be in a pyramid. Optimum time to arrange the eggs in the egg box is just after they are laid. At this time they are still able to be separated from each other and arranged to get the maximum capacity in the egg box. After a few hours the eggs can’t be separated. If your miss this opportunity to separate the eggs then you can still move the pyramid of eggs to an extra deep eggbox, remove a shelf in the incubator and incubate the eggs. You just give up some capacity for this incubation period.
After talking to a hundreds ball python breeders over the years, this is our answer to what they’ve been asking for. But these aren’t just for Ball Pythons. Any reptile egg will do just fine in here. Set the temperature between 75 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit by directly entering the value you want on the display.
Each incubator is built to order. Additionally, we are experiencing high sales volume. Presently 2 days lead time is needed to process and ship your order. But lead times change. If you need to know – contact us