Fluker's Ceramic Heating Emitter
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Fluker's Ceramic Heating Emitter

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Rating: 4.3

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(4.3 out of 5, based on 3 reviews)

Help regulate your reptile's body temperature with this large circular emitter. Provides natural infrared heat to increase basking area. Non-light emitting element lasts up to 10,000 hours. For 50 to 100 gallon terrariums.
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Rating: 4

Good for some reptiles

posted 6 years ago

This is good for a heater, but a lot of reptiles, especially turtles, need UVA rays. It does last a long time. It is quite expensive but you get what you pay for.

Pros: warm bulb

Cons: no UVA

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