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Old 21-07-2008, 01:27 PM
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Everyone, do you think these would be any good ?

Digital Thermo Hygrometer Reptile Lizard SUPERB** on eBay, also, Reptiles, Pet Supplies, Home Garden (end time 21-Jul-08 22:22:46 BST)

Just wondering as i may be planning to breed snakes in the future and wanting to gather equipment slowly. Also to use occasionally for current animals.

Any suggestions if these are not any good ?
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don't know about that one but these have been good to me

Digital HYGROMETER Thermometer Clock Humidity Moisture on eBay, also Thermometers, Kitchen Accessories, Kitchen, Home Garden (end time 23-May-08 08:19:43 BST)
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Old 21-07-2008, 02:17 PM
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They are all pretty good now, i dont think you can really go wrong.
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Digital HYGROMETER Thermometer Clock Humidity Moisture on eBay, also Thermometers, Kitchen Accessories, Kitchen, Home Garden (end time 23-May-08 08:19:43 BST)ive got half a dozen off these and they have been fine fo me
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Did you order these from china ?
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Everyone, do you think these would be any good ?

Digital Thermo Hygrometer Reptile Lizard SUPERB** on eBay, also, Reptiles, Pet Supplies, Home Garden (end time 21-Jul-08 22:22:46 BST)

Just wondering as i may be planning to breed snakes in the future and wanting to gather equipment slowly. Also to use occasionally for current animals.

Any suggestions if these are not any good ?
It's probably worth pointing out that on this one, the probe will only be for temperature. It will only give you the humidity from a sensor on the main casing.
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Old 28-07-2008, 05:26 PM
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You could have a look at the Eurorep range here:

Euro Rep Ltd - Europes largest manufacturer and distributor of Reptile Products
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Hello, I was reading about hygrometers, and have seen them, but don't quite understand how 2 read 1. Can somebody explain the importance as i've just purchased a royal and would like 2 get it right.......
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