When you've successfully hatched some new chicks it is essential to have a brooder to keep them nice and warm, to give them the best start in life. The EcoGlow Chick Brooder is perfect for the job and ideal for all types of poultry, game and waterfowl and it is suitable for up to 20 chicks.

The EcoGlow can be adjusted to three different height settings, which makes it suitable for different sized chicks and means it can be used as they grow. It is easy to clean and the tough plastic construction makes it durable and hard-wearing.

You can download the EcoGlow Brooder instruction manual here.

Designed to meet the stringent IPX7 electrical safety standard. The EcoGlow runs from a 12v power source for complete peace of mind and uses just 18 Watts of power to keep up to 20 chicks warm. Supplied with a mains power adapter with UK plug type as standard.

Don't forget to register your product here for your free 3 year warranty.

RRP: £48.99

£45.99 Inc Tax

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Weight: 1.150 kg

Brand: Brinsea (15 Products)

Latest Product Reviews For Brinsea EcoGlow 20 Chick Brooder HD501

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- Tracy,

Easy to order, good price, delivered on time. The only thing I am concerned with is that the temperature does not seem high enough but as the weather's warm my chicks don't seem to mind.

Eco glow 20 - Rachel,

Great, works well with my baby ducklings and chicks. Very cheap to use money saver.


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I bought two for my call duck ducklings. Ducklings love them. They are very good brooders. If there are any drawbacks I would say they are that its difficult to get the legs off again to change height. Also the Brinsea logo embossed on the top gets clogged with mess when the ducklings sit on the top and its very hard to clean off. But all of that did not stop me buying my second one.

Hadn't been warm enough for day old chicks and have gone back under a heat lamp - Amanda,

Doesn't seem to be warm enough for day old chicks and have had to go back to the heat lamps