Discover the Best Turtle Aquarium Thermometer for Your Turtle
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One of the most important steps to take when owning a pet turtle is keeping their water healthy and at a safe temperature. Turtle aquarium thermometers are a must-have to ensure you can keep the water warm enough to protect the safety of your reptile. Our team at Cleanway spent countless hours performing tests to compile a list of the top recommendations for turtle aquarium thermometers.
The Zacro LCD Thermometer is easy and efficient to use with a large LCD screen and compact design that keeps it discrete. The easy-to-apply suction keeps it secure when fully submerged.
Pros and cons
Our turtle experts discovered that the Zacro thermometer has a temperature range of 10 degrees to 50 degrees Celcius and is powered by one LR44 button cell. The simple design makes it easy to operate, whether you need to adjust the temperature or replace the battery. In some cases, the Fahrenheit button may not work, which is not a huge issue if you know the Celcius temperature that you need to maintain in the aquarium.
The RISEPRO Aquarium Thermometer is easy to set up in minutes and has a wide range of accuracy. It’s designed to be suitable for a wide variety of aquariums and tanks.
Pros and cons
We were very impressed with the Risepro battery life and accuracy. You can also turn it on and off to save battery power when not in use. We also found the Risepro’s digital design makes reading temperature much easier to read compared to a plain glass thermometer. Our only complaint is the wire is a little long, but this can also be a benefit because it’s easy to manage and is extra sturdy.
With the LCR Hallcrest Thermometer, the screen is clear and easy to read. It mounts vertically on the outside of the aquarium and is easy to move by peeling it off.
Pros and cons
We liked how unobtrusive the LCR Hallcrest was, only measuring a few millimeters thick. We found the temperature reader to be bright and legible even from a distance. It also sticks to the outside of the aquarium, which prevents algae from forming. The temperature on the thermometer can be off by one or two degrees at times, but this is a minor issue that doesn’t occur frequently and still offers a fairly accurate reading.
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