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Lucky Reptile Egg-O-Bator

Neon Gecko Exotic Pets Glasgow - Lucky Reptile Egg-O-Bator

The Lucky Reptile Egg-O-Bator is a reptile egg incubator with a fun design - great for teaching kids about reptile breeding, as well as being a fantastically functional as an egg care system.

A Plug-In-And-Play incubator, the Lucky Reptile Egg-O-Bator is easy to use - just plug it into your mains supply and select the temperature you want to maintain your eggs in.

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