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    Re: help with humidity and feeding

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    Is there a specific kind of gauges that you use that work better than the ones I have?
    I use an infrared thermometer gun. You can buy them on Amazon for about $20 and they're a life saver. I also use a digital hygrometer. It's a lot more accurate than the analog ones and you can pick them up at any hardware store or even Walmart for about $10 I think.

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    Re: help with humidity and feeding

    Quote Originally Posted by Abby_maynardd View Post
    Is there a specific kind of gauges that you use that work better than the ones I have?
    I use Accurite brand. You can find them at Walmart or on Amazon. There are a handful to choose from, but something along these lines is what I use

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/AcuRite-0...kaAkdMEALw_wcB
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    There's also Vivarium Electronics if you're looking for one with a probe.
    https://www.reptilebasics.com/thermometers/TH-100/

    There are more expensive options like Hygroset or other brands that people use for cigar humidors that do well with high humidity and are very accurate.
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    Re: help with humidity and feeding

    Thank you everyone so much for all the advice my little Bryson just ate his first mouse in months and looks happier and healthier than ever!!!

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