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Zoo Med Repti Sun 10.0 UVB
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- 10% UVB
- 30% UVA
- prevent or reverse metabolic bone disease
- Optimal for use with larger terrariums
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Emits UVB a full 20/51cm from the surface of the lamp to prevent or reverse metabolic bone disease. (Compared to 12"/30cm on the ReptiSun 5.0). Optimal for use with larger terrariums where greater than 12" of UVB penetration is needed. The ReptiSun 10.0 is also recommended for use above screen covers which can filter out up to 50% of the UVB wavelengths."
Size: 24 in.
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|Item Dimensions||1.8 x 24.2 x 1.8 in||20.87 x 23.62 x 9.84 in||1.4 x 24 x 25.5 in||19.9 x 2 x 1.4 in||19.69 x 35.43 x 9.84 in||1.5 x 18 x 1.5 in|
|Item Weight||4.94 ounces||4.64 ounces||5.28 ounces||3.2 ounces||6.4 ounces||4.8 ounces|
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If you're going to take on the responsibility of caring for another living thing, do it right. Spend a few extra bucks to get them the right stuff, their quality of life depends entirely on you and your choice to adopt them. For a bearded dragon, there is no substitute for the ReptiSun. Remember to replace your bulbs once every year or two. Just because the light hasn't burnt out, doesn't mean that the UVB production is still working. Every 3-6 months as recommended is excessive and unnecessary. Just a ploy to sell more bulbs. There is no evidence that the degraded UVB a year or more into a bulbs life is insufficient. But to play it safe and ensure that an indoor desert lizard such as a beardie is getting as beneficial a habitat as possible, I recommend once a year, two years tops.
Amazon saves the day as well. Not only is it cheaper here than anywhere I could find, but none of the local pet shops carry this bulb anymore. All I can find are the smaller, socket style ReptiSun bulbs. My tank is far too large for those to be effective.
It comes shipped very well packaged with little chance of damage.