Users' Experience; Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator - May 2023

Users’ Experience; Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator

Photo of author

By Samuel Ansah

Last Updated April 28, 2023

Are you planning to buy Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator to chicken eggs? Here is a compiled survey on users’ experience of the Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator.

For this review, we did a 100-user survey about the Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator to find out if this incubator is with buying.

Everyone loves to get value on any product they buy for either personal use or commercial purpose.

The survey collected on Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator usage from random users covered the hatchability rate, automation efficiency, temperature, humidity, and how easy it is to clean the incubator.

Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator usage statistics

Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator

Brinsea Ovation 56 EX Incubator

Hatchability rate95
Easy to clean45
Raw data of the Pie chart representation

From the data above, the incubator received 95% automation. The Brinsea Ovation incubator can be relied on for full automation in egg turning, temperature, and humidity regulation.

Users expressed that the Brinsea ovation incubator is not easy to clean and that it received a 45% rating. Cleaning the Brinsea Ovation incubator between hatches became difficult because the heating element on top of it was not easily removable.

Aside from managing your way around cleaning the heating element, the Brinsea Ovation 56 Ex is highly recommended for hatching eggs.

The users of the Brinsea Advance incubator may have observed a complex heating system which the manufacturer may have thought-wise, not allowing it to be easily accessible to prevent any damage.

Anyways, Brinsea has a step-by-step pdf guide to enable you to remove the heating element for easy cleaning. How to remove Brinsea ovation heat element for easy cleaning.

The incubator is a bit pricy for beginners, but overall, it is best for starters in handling a perfect hatch.

FAQs about Brinsea advance incubator

Why are my eggs not turning in the Brinsea incubator?

  1. Check if the egg tray is in the correct way with the ribbed side up.
  2. Check the display to see if the egg turning is switched on.
  3. Look for a ‘/’ symbol in the display which indicates that the turning is switched on.

What humidity should Brinsea be hatching?

To maintain stable humidity levels of at least 60% RH, it is recommended to always keep the lid on the incubator. If the lid is lifted after a chick hatches, it will immediately cause a drop in humidity.

What is the normal temperature for hatching eggs?

Keeping the incubation temperature between 37 and 38°C (usually 37.5–37.8°C) maximizes hatchability.

How long do you have to run an incubator before adding eggs?

Set up and run the incubator for at least 24 hours before placing hatching eggs inside to stabilize the environment within the incubator.

How many days does an incubator take to hatch eggs?

Chicken eggs take 20 to 21 days to incubate.

How many hours can an incubator go without power?

For how many hours can an incubator go without power? Certain embryos have the ability to survive for up to 18 hours at temperatures below 90°F when there is no power.

In the comments below, let us know what you think about using the Brinsea Advance incubator. Thank you for reading. Check out our top 20 selected commercial chicken incubators.

Thanks for reading from PoultryABC as an agriculture publishing website. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest