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Zilla Digital Thermometer

$11.99 $14.59

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About This Product

Digital Thermometer

  • Measures air or water temperature
  • Precise readings to 0.1° Fahrenheit or Celsius
  • Temperature range -10°F to 140°F (-23°C to 60°C)
  • Easy mounting with 39" probe and included suction cups
Measure terrarium comfort with digital precision
Cold-blooded reptiles stay healthier and more active with the accurate monitoring of a Digital Thermometer for Terrariums. Press a button to display temperatures from -10°F to 140°F (-23°C to 60°C) in either Fahrenheit or Celsius, graduated in 0.1° increments that reveal temperature trends long before they can harm pets. Equal accuracy is achieved in both aquatic and terrestrial environments, simply by positioning a temperature probe (attached to the thermometer by a 39" lead wire) in the spot to be monitored. Keep the lead out of sight by securing it with the included suction cups. Choose constant temperature monitoring, or turn the unit off to save battery power (a battery is included.)

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Scott

5.0 out of 5 stars

Simple to use, easy to read

These are remarkably simple and easy to use. The cord is long enough to be routed behind a background and under substrate, while still leaving enough cord to place it in an easy-to-read spot inside our outside. The suction cups hold well as long as they're clean and wetted, and if you're crafty, you can replace the suction cup on the digital readout with a 3mm magnet using some hot glue. I prefer these for keeping an eye on basking and cool side temps at a glance, since they don't track humidity or history.

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