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can the probe be submerged in water and if so, what would be the ideal depth for an aquarium? (20 high)
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it wont let me put the Qty in the computer
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can the probe be submerged in water and if so, what would be the ideal depth for an aquarium? (20 high)
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it wont let me put the Qty in the computer

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Zoo Med Zoo Med Digital Thermometer

Digital display is easy to readTemperature probe for pin-point accuracyCan switch between celsius and fahrenheitWet or dry - ideal for terrariums, aquariums or reptile incubatorsBattery and mounting suction cups included
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it wont let me put the Qty in the computer

the Qty box is gray not white, help!!!!!!!!!
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The grey means they're out of stock.
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can the probe be submerged in water and if so, what would be the ideal depth for an aquarium? (20 high)

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Yes, you will only deep the probe so no ideal depth as long as you can reach the top of the water and it will give you the temperature reading Fahrenheit or Celsius within few seconds. Hope this helps.
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