Reptile Incubators - LLLReptile

This goes hand in hand with temperature and humidity. In order to guarantee consistent temperature, you must be able to trust the thermostat that comes with the incubator. This had the tragic experience of losing hundreds of lizard eggs because the thermostat had failed over night, and the temperature had risen to a fatal degree.

The lizard incubators here all have proven results with lizard egg incubation

We strive to provide the highest quality incubators at the lowest prices. We have several different types of incubators for sale from small incubators that will fit in anyones space and budget to commercial incubators that will hatch hundreds of eggs at a time. So whether you are looking for an incubator for a chicken, duck, quail, goose, turkey, or a snake, lizard, turtle, or a tortoise we are sure to have you covered.

How to Take Care of Lizard Eggs (with Pictures) - wikiHow

How to build a very good incubator for lizard eggs : Living with Lizards. We strive to provide the highest quality incubators at the lowest prices. We have several different types of incubators for sale from small incubators that will fit in anyones space and budget to commercial incubators that will hatch hundreds of eggs at a time. So whether you are looking for an incubator for a chicken, duck, quail, goose, turkey, or a snake, lizard, turtle, or a tortoise we are sure to have you covered.

How to make your own reptile egg incubator - YouTube

We strive to provide the highest quality incubators at the lowest prices. We have several different types of incubators for sale from small incubators that will fit in anyones space and budget to commercial incubators that will hatch hundreds of eggs at a time. So whether you are looking for an incubator for a chicken, duck, quail, goose, turkey, or a snake, lizard, turtle, or a tortoise we are sure to have you covered.

I made this incubator based on a video by oggiereptiles


The next thing we will do, is fill the servin' saver about 2/3rds full of Perlite, and place it back on the scale. (I would like to add a quick note here about the Perlite we use. I purchase it in four cubic foot bags from a local Plant Nursery. It can also be purchased at many Feed and Seed stores. It should run you about $18.00 for the very large bag. DO NOT USE Miracle-Gro brand Perlite that is available at many of the Big Box stores. It contains fertilizer that will promote mold growth in the very humid incubation environment. The mold will attack your eggs and kill them.) Now back to our regularly scheduled show. LOL I have read online many times the sad experience of a failed incubator for lizard eggs. Many of the more popular and affordable reptile incubators are either unreliable and often fail before even a year of use, or they are so small that only a few eggs can be incubated within. Inexpensive Styrofoam poultry incubators are also popular for incubating lizard eggs, but have a very small capacity, and are not very precise- especially if they are used in a room that is subject to temperature fluctuations when the seasons are changing.