Zilla Night Black Heat Incandescent Reptile Terrarium Lamp, 75-watt

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Help your rascally reptile relax with the Zilla Reptile Terrarium Lamp. This incandescent night-black light is crafted using heavy-duty filaments for long-lasting use and hours of ambient heat. It is designed to keep your scaly sidekick warm and comfy without emitting disruptive visual light. Instead, this incandescent reptile lamp produces a gentle glow that helps you view nighttime activities and habits. It’s ideal for use with Zilla Reflector Domes (sold separately), and built to provide hours of performance for your pet pal.

Key Benefits
  • Choose from multiple wattage options.
  • Crafted using heavy-duty filaments for long-lasting use.
  • Produces a gentle glow that helps you view nighttime activities and habits.
  • Designed to keep your scaly sidekick warm and comfy without emitting disruptive visual light.
  • Ideal for use with Zilla Reflector Domes (sold separately).

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  • Item Number
    254511
  • Dimensions
    2.6 x 2.6 x 6.4 inches
  • Weight
    2.4 ounces
  • Material
    Glass
  • Reptile Type
    Lizard
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    Bulb went out in a month and a half

    By Sydney on Oct 13, 2021

    Usually when I buy daytime bulbs, they last for a good six months before I have to replace them. I decided to try night time bulbs to replace the heating pads I used, and they produced a nice glow which wasn’t too bright, and while my ball python, Snivy, seems to enjoy her bulb (which is a different one by the same brand, not the one I’m reviewing), my leopard geck, Zekrom, didn’t seem to care much for his. Now, a month and a half after using both lights every night, Zekrom’s went out (aka the one I’m reviewing). That’s pretty disappointing if you ask me, since this is the shortest lifespan of a bulb I’ve used yet. If you don’t mind replacing your bulb every month, then sure, get this one, but Usually when I buy daytime bulbs, they last for a good six months before I have to replace them. I decided to try night time bulbs to replace the heating pads I used, and they produced a nice glow which wasn’t too bright, and while my ball python, Snivy, seems to enjoy her bulb (which is a different one by the same brand, not the one I’m reviewing), my leopard geck, Zekrom, didn’t seem to care much for his. Now, a month and a half after using both lights every night, Zekrom’s went out (aka the one I’m reviewing). That’s pretty disappointing if you ask me, since this is the shortest lifespan of a bulb I’ve used yet. If you don’t mind replacing your bulb every month, then sure, get this one, but otherwise, save your money and try something else. Maybe my bulb was defected, but who knows. I won’t be buying this specific heat bulb again. … more

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