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Maxi II Eco manual 30 egg incubator

Item Number:   USAC25C
Price: $229.99
In stock
  • made-in-britain
    Made in Britain
  • 3-year-warranty
    3 Year warranty
  • spare-parts-and-consumables
    Spares Available
  • Antimicrobial product logo
    Polygiene Biomaster™

Product Information

Entry-level, low-cost incubator with large capacity and electronic temperature control. Ideal for the beginner or as a hatcher.

User Manuals

Click on the link below to download the User Manual
Maxi II Eco User Manual


Maxi II Eco - Larger Capacity Entry-Level Incubator

The popular Mini Eco incubator has been joined by a larger brother, the Maxi II Eco. This entry-level, low-cost incubator offers larger capacity and electronic temperature control. Ideal for the beginner or as a hatcher.

This new 30 chicken egg incubator is a simple but high-quality egg incubator which gives reliable hatching results of a wide range of species.


Economic to buy, extremely simple to use - ideal for beginners or for hatching eggs in conjunction with another incubator:

  • Temperature factory preset at 99.5 F with easy tamper-proof adjustment
  • Flashing temperature indicator and conventional but accurate liquid in glass thermometer
  • Fan assisted air circulation
  • Humidity provided by water trays with convenient external water top-up; not suitable for automatic humidity control
  • Polygiene Biomaster™ anti-microbial plastic construction - robust and easy to clean
  • Excellent visibility
  • 3-year warranty

Find out more about the Polygiene Biomaster™ anti-microbial plastics.

For automatic turning and more features, see the:
Maxi 24 Advance fully digital 24 egg incubator


Egg Capacity(approximate) Quail: 90 | Pheasant: 54 | Hen: 30 | Duck: 20 | Goose: 10
H x W x D
13.9” x 13.9” x 6.5”
354mm x 354mm x 165mm
Weight 3lb 1oz (1.384 Kg)
Power Consumption Maximum 40 Watts - Typical 24 Watts
Power Supply 1100 - 240v, 50/60Hz, 1.3A max
Humidity Control Manual
Egg Turning Manual
Warranty 3 Years


Egg Capacity Hens
Egg Turning
Temp. Display
Glass Thermometer
Temp. Alarm
Humidity Display
Auto Humidity Control
H x W x D
13.9” x 13.9” x 6.5”
(354mm x 354mm x 165mm)
13.9” x 13.9” x 6.5”
(354mm x 354mm x 165mm)
13.9” x 13.9” x 6.5”
(354mm x 354mm x 165mm)
Additional Features
  • External water top-up
  • Antimicrobial plastics
  • Countdown to Hatch
  • External water top-up
  • Antimicrobial plastics
  • Mix-and-match egg quadrants
  • Integral water pump
  • Antimicrobial plastics
  • Mix-and-match egg quadrants

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Customer Reviews

(3.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 1
1. on 4/11/2017, said:
3 stars out of 5
I was very disappointed in this incubator as a hatcher. It is even advertised as being "ideal for a hatcher", but I would NOT recommend it. I have 2 other Brinsea incubators that I leave eggs in until lockdown and absolutely love them and expected the same thoughtful craftmanship in this one. The Worst thing about it, is that you can't get the humidity high enough, it does have an external water top-up that I love, but it only fills one side of the SMALL "pot" in the middle. I have to add a bowl of water with a sponge (which is tricky because of the design of the lid. This takes away space from eggs and creates a possible drowning factor. I can deal with these things, but even after adding all the water I do, it does not last the 4 days causing you to have to open it. Keeping the top-up filled only refills half the side of the small pot and none to my bowl obviously. The resivors are no where near as large as the ones on their other incubators and not near big enough for lockdown. You have to fill both sides for regular incubation and it's not enough. This is a definite design flaw. When I called to speak to someone about the issue I was told to buy the evaporating pads to supplement humidity. Tried that, although I shouldn't have to - the design should allow for enough space to increase humidity like in their other models. When I asked about sending it back they said that since I had used it I wouldn't be able to. To be honest, I expected the excellant quality/design that I had experianced from their other incubators. I'm not sure how I was supposed to know by just looking at it - without using it - that there would be issues. VERY DISAPPOINTED. I NEVER thought I would say this about ANY Brinsea product as I generally LOVE them.
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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