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Zilla Zilla Night Black Heat Incandescent Spot Bulbs

Provides a focused, 24-hour heat source for your reptile’s habitatIdeal for creating basking areasUse in a nocturnal heat lamp for nighttime viewingPerfect for observing your pet’s natural nocturnal behaviorsLizard heat lamp bulb is ideal for both tropical and desert habitats
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How does the Zilla Night Lamp compare to the ZooMed Infrared Heat Lamp?

I am currently using ZooMed's infrared ruby heat lamp for my guineas. They are in an Open-Sided Guinea Pig Habitat, rather than a terrarium. The red colored heat lamp @75 W. is sufficient to keep them warm on winter nights. but is still rather bright. I need LESS light, but the SAME amount of HEAT.
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This would do the trick! They are both designed to produce a spot heat and would be comparable in heat output. With this black bulb you just wouldn't have the illumination put out by the red lamps.
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