Zoo Med ReptiSun 10.0 UVB Compact Fluorescent Mini Reptile Lamp, 13-Watt
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- Perfect for all desert and basking reptiles proper lighting can help your pet live a long, healthy life
- Can be placed either vertically or horizontally in your reptile hood
- Eliminates the need for a separate ballast
- 30% UVA helps to increase activity levels, appetite, and reproductive behavior
- 10% UVB helps to prevent or reverse metabolic bone disease
Quartz glass bulbs should not be touched with bare hands as the oils of the skin will significantly shorten the life of the bulb or cause it to shatter.
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47 Customer Reviews
Do not buy this product
First time buying. Bought these lights because they were a great price. They are not bright enough. My tortoise will not go over to the side of the tank that this light is on. :( Do not buy these lights.
Bulb blew out
Bulb died shortly after arrival. Waste of money. Very disappointed.
Waste of money
Arrived shot. Not bright enough for a basking light. Don’t waste your money, just go ahead and buy a heat lamp it’ll do the same job.
Produces almost no light! In zoomed double fixture it does not illuminate anything more than 2" away.
I love chewy!
I ordered this and two basking bulbs so I figured they'd come separately from the three bags of 25-30lb food && canned dog food. Honestly I was a little curious and worried to see two big boxes getting dropped off. But, All arrived in working condition and packed with love! The bubble wrap and boxing kept all the bulbs intact. I am so in love with chewy for the S&H, wide selection, and obviously their dedication and outstanding love for their customers & our pets.
Dont ship light bulbs with 100 lbs of bird seed in the same box.
Dont know if the bulb worked, I was refunded, but they sent a glass bulb with over 100 lbs of bird seed. Seems logical to pack them in the same box
best turtle uvb bulb
honestly cant find a better one than this!! its so good and works for a long time. ALWAYS REPLACE EVERY 6-9 MONTHS. it says a year but its not true the uvb is almost gone by that time. ive been using this bulb recommended by my vet. used to use the 5.0 but his shell needed some growing she said since hes a baby. i place this 7 inches over his tank even though it says 11, but i have the lamp holder thats connected to the heat bulb so i just keep them together. his shell is nice and hard. definitely worth it and cheaper on chewy.
Catchin' some rays
I can't speak for myself, but Franklin REALLY likes the new lighting!
Chewy light bulbs suck
I'm not sure why but every light I buy from chewy lasts less than a month. This one burned out the next day! I would really appreciate it if chewy could get reliable lights as I need them for my reptiles and cant find UBV lights anywhere.
produces little to no UVB
I tested the strength of the bulb, and the number was so small. It’s basically produces nothing. No reptile would benefit from this.