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S_HomeStore Incubator Hatchery Artemia Aquarium Review



Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5  
🦐 Fish Breeding Tanks, 🐠 Fish & Aquatic Pets

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Description of S_HomeStore Incubator Hatchery Artemia Aquarium

Made of premium material, non-toxic and durable. It can be directly into the shrimp egg harvest, sea salt and water. Easy to use and clean, convenient to hatch. Connected with air pump, the eggs can be hatched in 36 - 48 hours. It can be used to hatch all dried frozen shrimp eggs. Simple and practical, ideal for shrimp egg to feed ornamental fish larvae.


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Type of review

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Doesn't work with Fish & Aquatic Pets

I've tried 3 times and nothing, the eggs are falling in the plastic tube. We tried spring water, tap water, sea salt. Nothing. Nothing for almost three days.

  • Delivery was very quick
  • A few minor things

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Does what it's supposed to do

Just laid my first batch of eggs, the eggs roll well and come with everything stated, anyone who can't hatch eggs in this thing obviously doesn't know what they're doing , the product seems to do what it says.

  • Consistent test results
  • Concise instructions

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Use the YouTube video - breeding tank

This system works well. I bought eggs online. Look for video instructions on YouTube by watching the video until you see this unit and watch the guy assemble it by cutting the tubes and adding inserts as shown in the picture. Hatchery instructions are not very helpful.

  • Quality construction
  • Good but not great

Revainrating 4 out of 5

works, but could be more comfortable.

Ease of use was good and the hose was very flexible. The two things I didn't like were the shrimp weren't easy to pull out (have to pull the hose every time) and the bubbles were too big and hitting the shrimp. Make it able to fuse the air stone.

  • Excellent overall performance
  • Some difficulties

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Take something for the headache before trying to read the box lol

Hire someone who speaks English. "It's convenient to incubate Artemia eggs to feed ornamental fish larvae." DIE? Does your author even know what it's for? Never heard of ornamental larvae! My head hurts reading the box. As for the product itself. no complaints.

  • Absolute legend
  • Definitely bad product

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Instructions and use

From personal experience. Here are the steps I took to get an extremely efficient setup. Use either bottled water or tap water. If you use a faucet, make sure the water is dechlorinated. Pour in about an inch from the edge. 1/2 tablespoon brackish salt. I use Seachems brackish salt. 1/4 teaspoon eggs or as many as you can consume within 48 hours. Remember that brine shrimp are most nutritious in the first 48 hours, before they use up their nutrient sac from birth. Hatching takes about a day…

  • GOLS certificate
  • Not all fit