I have decided to hatch a few duck eggs , I have hatched little chicks quite a few times but wanted to try a different breed so I went for ducks , its the same as hatching a chicken but for a few more days only you need to cool the eggs and there isn't any way i can be positive how cool they are inside , I don't want to damage the shell so I have invested in this infrared thermometer it is non contact with a digital laser that takes the temperature .
It has a colour display and reads from -58℉ to 1112℉ that's-50℃ to 600℃ and the distance to spot ratio is 12:1 which means you can measure the target at a long distance ideal if you need to measure the temperate to something you can't get to close to .
I found this extremely easy to use and reading the LCD display was very easy , hold ,point
and shoot , then you read . The built in red laser makes it very precise at aiming and accurately
finding the target you need to get a temperature reading . The thermometer gun comes with a free digital
probe for measuring your meat temperature or you could use for anything even making jam . For more information please click the link below