Forgot the link here, eBay - New & used electronics, cars, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods & more at low pricesI have bought this one, but I´m not sure if it works properly. It shows up to 99% humidity. But it differs 5 degrees in temp when compared to an analog and another digital one.
I think it´s fairly accurate showing humidity.
But I´ll guess the human eye is better when it comes to mesuring humidity.
You just saved me at least $20. Now what should I buy instead...I've kept and raised a lot of dart frogs and never once used a hygrometer. Waste of money. If your viv is mostly closed in (a vent or two are fine), you mist a few times a week or more, and you have some standing water in the false bottom, you should be fine. You can tell by condensation on the glass and the moist feel when you put your hand in the viv, if your humidity is OK.
I guess I should clarify upper 60's isn't bad, but the 70's seem to be target range for pumilio and most of your other commonly kept PDF's. Some of your Ameerega & Epips like it cooler and 60's might even be ideal.for what species of frog do you think temps in the 60s is bad?
And what info are you basing this on?