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How big is the container that holds the water? I don't want to have to refill it a lot because I need this to last while I'm at work.
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Does it constantly run?
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does it make it rain or is it more of a mister bcz i dont want everything to be soaking
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does this fogger have a timer
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All your info is for pet encloses will it work in a closet (mold problem?
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what would you say is better to heat a bearded dragons tank with the heater that uses the spacer or the other one
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Would I need two of these to heat a 10 gallon glass tank? Everyone keeps commenting on how small the product is.
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How big is the container that holds the water? I don't want to have to refill it a lot because I need this to last while I'm at work.
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Does it constantly run?
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does it make it rain or is it more of a mister bcz i dont want everything to be soaking

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Zilla Humidity & Temperature Gauge

Time-tested analog design needs no batteriesTemperature readings from 60° to 120°FMonitors humidity from 0 to 100%Includes permanent double-sided tape or a suction cup for mounting
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Questions & Answers for Zilla Zilla Humidity & Temperature Gauge

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what should the humidity be at for a boa

asked 3 years, 6 months ago
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tommy2
queens ny
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For most common snakes (corns, boas, ball pythons) a humidity level of around 60% is best, if i remember correctly boas can handle up to 70% but you don't want to go past that as they can get upper respiratory infections. Also you don't want to let it drop below 30-40% otherwise they can have shedding problems. Hope this helps.
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answered 3 years, 6 months ago
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Cupertino, CA
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Where do I need to place this guage in my tank?

I got the desert terrarium starter kit (20 gallon tank for a leopard gecko) and I have it all set up gecko in but I am questioning the place the book that came with the kit is telling me to put the gauge. I have day bulb on the left side and the night/black bulb on the right side of the tank and the instructions show putting the gauge on the cool side of the tank about 4-5 inches in the tank (width wise) and in the middle of the tank height wise so there are 2-3 inches between the gauge and the top and bottom of the tank. Now I have seen good and bad reviews for this product and was thinking about getting a different gauge all together but for the mean time I have to use this one do I need to move it or is it good where its at? I just want to have it in the best place possible for an accurate reading because I want my leopard gecko to have a perfect habitat.
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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GothicPossum
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I have a few tanks and have my gauges all in the middle of the back of the tank. I place my heat source on one end, and use the gauges as a [rough] median measure.
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IRSPESHUL
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