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Zoo Med Precision Analog Reptile Humidity Gauge by by Zoo Med

$6.49
  • $10.99
  • (41%)
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SKU: ZM30021
UPC: 097612300215
MPN: TH-21
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Product Description

The Zoo Med Precision Analog Reptile Humidity Gauge provides precise water vapor saturation readings, helping you maintain a healthy level of humidity in your reptile or amphibian's habitat. Made with precision German movement, it features easy Velcro attachment and simple operation.

  • Accurately reads water vapor saturation levels in terrarium air
  • Unique Velcro backing for easy mounting and removal
  • Professional breeder quality yet simple to use

Humidity is a crucial part of all reptiles' environments. Maintaining the proper level of water vapor in the air for your pet helps prevent stress, dehydration, respiratory problems, bacterial and fungal infections and problems with skin shedding.

6-month manufacturer warranty.

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Jacob, Charlestown IN on 2013/07/02
The only problem

The product works fine if it's not misplaced. I had one humidity and one temp. The temperature cage was off by about a degree. Because of how it's made if the plastic cover gets moved or the base is moved that gauge is then off. So if you want it accurate it's best to test it and then adjust and then it will work great.