NEW Brinsea Maxi 24 Advance



New Brinsea Maxi 24 Advance Incubator (2022)

Capacity: 24 hens’ eggs

  • High visibility cabinet
  • Automatic egg turning
  • External water top-up
  • Fan-assisted airflow
  • Ventilation control
  • Digital temperature display in °C or °F
  • Countdown to hatch and auto-turn stop
  • Optional periodic egg cooling
  • Room temperature alarm
  • Incubator temperature alarm
  • Power fail indicator
  • Programmable turn interval and angle
  • Hatching mat & hen and duck egg disk quadrants supplied as standard
  • Quail and Goose egg disk quadrants available separately
  • Protected by Biomaster antimicrobial additive
  • 3 year guarantee when registered online
  • Customer support online, by email and phone
  • Servicing options outside of guarantee period
  • Made in Great Britain

Perfect for those new to egg incubation, the NEW Maxi 24 Advance provides the convenience of automatic turning with the reassurance of digital alarms and count-down to hatch day.

Brinsea's NEW Maxi 24 Advance offers great value and convenience. Perfect for those new to egg incubation, the Maxi 24 Advance provides the convenience of automatic turning with the reassurance of digital alarms and count-down to hatch day. With great visibility of the hatching eggs and the convenience of external water top-up and the latest technical innovations from Brinsea it takes the guesswork out of incubation.

Maxi 24 Advance incubator holds 24 hens' eggs, thanks to Brinsea's new, innovative system of egg disk quadrants. These quadrants simply clip together to allow eggs of one size to be incubated or eggs of different sizes to be incubated together when using different species specific quadrants. All quadrants can be mixed and matched.

NOTE: Supplied with hen and duck quadrants as standard. Optional quadrants will be available late 2022. EX variant is supplied with all quadrant types.

The Maxi 24 Advance turns the eggs automatically and provides digital control of temperature, including alarms to warn of power failure, incubation temperature fluctuations, periodic cooling option and Brinsea's new patented room temperature alarm.

Protected by Biomaster antimicrobial additive: proven to reduce bacterial growth by up to 99.99% and 100% safe for eggs, chicks and humans. Protects the incubator from microbial growth by reducing the risk of cross contamination and provides a more hygienic environment for your eggs.

Maximum Egg Capacities (approximate*) when standard multi-use egg disk is used (As supplied):
Quail – 24
Pheasant - 24
Parrot - 24
Hen - 24
Duck - 12*
Goose - 0

Maximum Egg Capacities (approximate*) when optional egg quadrants are used: (NOTE: Optional quadrants are not available separately until late 2022 - these are supplied as standard with the EX model only)
Small egg quadrants
Quail – 40
Pheasant - 40
Parrot - 40 
Large egg quadrants
Hen - 8
Duck - 8
Goose - 8

Protected by Biomaster antimicrobial additive: proven to reduce bacterial growth by 99.99% and 100% safe for eggs, chicks and humans. Protects hatches from microbial transfer by cross-contamination helping to reduce unexplained hatching failures.

Product specifications:
Product weight (g):1704
Product dimensions inc. PSU/power cable (mm):354 x 354 x 165
Typical power consumption (Watts):24
Maximum power consumption (Watts):40

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Vicki Knudsen

We currently have eggs in the incubator due to hatch on the 27 Nov, going well will give you an update when hatched


Hello Fiona, I just thought I would follow up. My first trial was with Quails and about half successful, I think with the eggs not being turned properly for the first 6 days was not good at all. the next batch I did with chook eggs and I didn’t use the egg disk because I had 30 eggs to fit in their so did them by hand, about 70% success. I am now on my third batch and came up against a bit of a stopper… The egg disk [I used it this time for 14 eggs] is not quite big enough to turn the chook eggs properly ! They are big chook eggs and the holes in the disk aren’t big enough to let the eggs sit on the bottom of the incubator to get turned – as a result they just get carried around inside and don’t roll … a bit tricky, only a couple of eggs were too big but all in all I think it is a fantastic little unit. My only regret is that I didn’t’ get a bigger unit to hatch more eggs at one time !! :) loving this game and thanks again for your great product and service, I have just purchased some proper chick feeders etc from you as well. All serving me well and I'm sure I will be in touch again sometime.Cheers