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Zoo Med Reptile Fogger Terrarium Humidifier

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Description

Keep your tank’s humidity at the proper level with the Zoo Med Reptile Fogger Terrarium Humidifier. This compact ultrasonic humidifying fogger is designed to keep your tropical pals comfy and moist at all times. You can use it straight from the package―simply place the extendable, adjustable hose in or on top of your enclosure, add distilled water to the bottle, plug in the unit, and then simply adjust the output flow using the simple analog dial. Thanks to the no spill valve, it’s easy and mess-free to refill the bottle as needed. It’s perfect for reptiles and amphibians like frogs, chameleons, geckos, salamanders, and more.

Key Benefits
  • Compact ultrasonic humidifying fogger is designed to keep your tropical pals comfy and moist at all times.
  • Helps maintain proper humidity levels with adjustable flow using a simple analog dial.
  • Simply fill bottle with water and place extendable hose in or on your enclosure to let the humidifying fog flow.
  • Perfect for tropical reptiles and amphibians like frogs, chameleons, geckos, salamanders, and more.
  • Includes no spill valve to make it easy and mess-free to refill the bottle as needed.

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  • Item Number
    127763
  • Dimensions
    10 x 9.625 x 5.75 inches
  • Weight
    3.65 pounds
  • Reptile Type
    Lizard, Snake, Frog & Newt
Warranty

90-Day Limited Warranty.

Rating: 3.4 of 5 stars 59 Reviews 59 Reviews 3.5 out of 5 Stars

75% Recommend

75% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.4 of 5 stars 3.5 / 5

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Second one

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    This is my second review. I have had this plugged in for two hours and it only worked for 45 mins. The inside tube part(if thats what its called) was shipped bent. The water can not get out of the red water bottle (Not sure why its red and not clear as well) and get to the humidifier. Waste of my money, and now looking for new options for my Green Tree Boa.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    DON’T LISTEN TO BAD REVIEWS

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    9/10 bad reviews I’ve seen on here are bad because they DIDN’T READ THE INSTRUCTIONS. This is why their foggers stopped working in a few months. It says it very clearly at the begging of the instruction booklet that you are only to use DISTILLED water. Not bottled, not tap, not filtered, DISTILLED. If you don’t, the minerals in your water will build up over time and cause the device to stop working. This happens after about 2-3 months of use with tap water... sound familiar? If you don’t want to use distilled water (~$0.79/gal) ensure to fill the devise with vinegar water and let sit for 3-4 hours every couple months to break down all of those minerals and get your device working again.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Worth the cost

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    We recently got a hatchling Marginated tortoise and this was exactly what she needed! We noticed such a difference in her energy level and happiness since we’ve had this (~2 months now)

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Very upset

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    Waiting 3 days pass the due date for it to come broke and I really need a humidifier for my iguana

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Yikes keep away

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    The term OK for two stars is generous. I like to think I'm a seasoned reptile owner. That being said there is no other products I have more trouble with than Zoomed. It is very frustrating knowing how much patience and money I have put into this company only to get sub adequate results. For a company that takes pride in the wellness and being of scale baby kind maybe they should consider developing a product that will last. This is the third one I have purchased and I managed to squeeze two months of use out as opposed to the 6 weeks the other two lasted. You have been warned.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    works great when used correctly

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    I had read other reviews that talked about spitting water into the area, but when this product is used according to the instructions, you only get fog and not water droplets. At the base, you can notice quite a bit of water spitting up the hose. You need to make sure the hose is vertical enough to allow the water spitting to drain back down to the reservoir and all you get is fog.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    I would not recommend this product

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    first one I purchased leaked the fog around the seems of the bottom so it didn't serve its purpose at all. I called the manufacturer and they replaced it with no issue.... second one came and did the same thing. So I gave up.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Reptile fogger

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    I've had it for a little over a week and its working well for what its supposed to do and what I need. Problems I've had: There is a loose mechanism inside of the machine that sometimes creates a really loud buzzing sound. I've mostly kept this at bay with a little jolt when it starts. Doesn't happen too often. And it produces fog so well but there is a tremendous amount of condensation that builds up in the tube and then drips down into the tank. It was completely saturating my substrate. I moved the water dish under to catch it. In hoping when I switch to a bigger tank this might not happen as often , we will see. Other than that it does the job. I use only distilled water and have it set on I've had it for a little over a week and its working well for what its supposed to do and what I need. Problems I've had: There is a loose mechanism inside of the machine that sometimes creates a really loud buzzing sound. I've mostly kept this at bay with a little jolt when it starts. Doesn't happen too often. And it produces fog so well but there is a tremendous amount of condensation that builds up in the tube and then drips down into the tank. It was completely saturating my substrate. I moved the water dish under to catch it. In hoping when I switch to a bigger tank this might not happen as often , we will see. Other than that it does the job. I use only distilled water and have it set on a timer so its not constantly running. It does use quite a bit of water which I was semi shocked with. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for home

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    So I don’t have a lizard. I bought this for helping grow mushrooms in my house. No not ones for getting high actual brown mushrooms. It does do a good job!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Save your sanity

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    I bought this device last year for my tortoise. He's a tropical species and needs humidity. I liked this one since it had the hose which would pump directly into his pen, instead of me trying to rig something up. After a month or two, it crapped out and I contacted Chewy who promptly sent me another one. The second one worked for a few months. And then it suddenly up and quit. So now I'm on the hunt for another humidifier- one that will last for more than a few months- and how to rig it for my Deryn. Which is apparently what I should have done in the first place. Do not waste your time or money with this device. Go buy a human humidifier and get something that will actually perform as you want I bought this device last year for my tortoise. He's a tropical species and needs humidity. I liked this one since it had the hose which would pump directly into his pen, instead of me trying to rig something up. After a month or two, it crapped out and I contacted Chewy who promptly sent me another one. The second one worked for a few months. And then it suddenly up and quit. So now I'm on the hunt for another humidifier- one that will last for more than a few months- and how to rig it for my Deryn. Which is apparently what I should have done in the first place. Do not waste your time or money with this device. Go buy a human humidifier and get something that will actually perform as you want it to. … more

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