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Old 14-07-2011, 11:53 PM
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Question which rain system

Evening all i'm looking into getting a rain system for my veiled cham and my cwd,so far i've got it down to 2 the exoterra monsoon rain system or the lucky reptile super rain misting system and have heard mixed reviews about both,although i do like the idea ov a remote on the monsoon,can anyone please help with my decision or even if there are any other good alternatives on the market,within the same price range.cheers all
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Old 15-07-2011, 12:11 AM
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I have one from Pollywog but find it noisy and have heard the lucky reptile one is also rather loud. I do like the look of the exo but have heard that mist king is better ( or is it rain king? Sorry!) I used mine for my Yemen but he hated it! SO I have gone back to a drip system with an adjustable drip head from a hyroponic shop. Turned down low it drips for about 3 days before running out. The conner takes about 1.5 ltr. Cost me less than a fiver. I'm not saying not to get a misting system - after all I though it would be great, just Cham dulled and stayed black for days! 
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Old 15-07-2011, 12:27 AM
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Old 15-07-2011, 08:12 AM
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Yes mate my cham hates being sprayed,so the dripper attachment would be used for her,the mist would be for my cwd,ive been looking into the mistking and dartfrogs own brand but for my requirements,so far the advise they gave me when contacted they both seem to be overkill and a bit expensive for my needs but thanks any way mate.
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Old 15-07-2011, 08:53 AM
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Evening all i'm looking into getting a rain system for my veiled cham and my cwd,so far i've got it down to 2 the exoterra monsoon rain system or the lucky reptile super rain misting system and have heard mixed reviews about both,although i do like the idea ov a remote on the monsoon,can anyone please help with my decision or even if there are any other good alternatives on the market,within the same price range.cheers all
If you're looking to do it on the cheap,ignore my suggestions,I have to admit when I read in your initial post about good alternatives,I thought I'd suggest "The best"for you,even though hardly at the same price point. . .Consider any potential future needs of the system (What initially may seem expensive could work out much better value in the mid/long term) .good luck with whatever choice you make. . . I hope the result you get works out well for your cham.
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Old 15-07-2011, 09:24 AM
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Hi mate its not really so much a price issue that came across abit strong its more the over kill factor,and convenience the 2 I mentioned come more or less a complete unit with 2 or 3 mist ends a dripper and water container more of a complete unit rather than a more or less build your own.I've already got a system I made myself ,with hydroponic sprays and an old high pressure aquarium pump it works well but it's a bit messy looking I like the idea of a complete unit which can be added to if needed(will be needed , like people say reps are addictive)
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