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just boght 100 gallon flexarium for my 2 chameleons when they get bigger. Bit i cannot seem to get enough heat in there for them. I have a heatmat and a heat bulb. Anything else recomended? many thanks tom
 

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stick it in the corner of a room, it helps retain some of the heat cos it is not as exposed
 

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ok thnx for the reply will set it up as soon as i move as the new place has alot more heat then my old home lol
 

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Flexariums In britain Are pretty crap to say the least. As you say, its hard to keep the heat in. Im no specilest in These or Chamelions. But What Are the tempertures your getting, Thermostat connected, What method of heating are you using now?
 

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at the most i was gettin 65 and sometimes 70, which i know is nowhere near enough and that was even at the basking point. I had a heatmat set up inside the flexarium so the chams could sit next to it when the basking light went out. The basking light is 100w and both of this work fine on my glass viv, thats where the chams are atm. But when i get a bit more money as all my money goes on these chams, will see if there is any other methods out there designed for flexarium. Thanks to all:crazy:
 
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