Reptile Systems Halo Basking Spotlight

£5.99£7.49

  • Provides a good sized basking area within the vivarium
  • High intensity bulb
  • No dark patch in the middle of the hot area
  • Should always be used with a suitable ceramic heat lamp holder
  • Control with a dimming thermostat, and measure temperature with a good quality digital thermometer
  • Available in a range of wattages to suit most vivaria
  • Standard E27 screw fitting
  • Use with a lamp guard to prevent your pet coming in contact with the bulb
  • UVA improves vision and can stimulate natural feeding and breeding behaviour

Description

Reptile Systems Halo Basking Spotlight

These incandescent bulbs provide a great daytime heat source for reptiles and amphibians. The spotlight effect encourages natural basking behaviours allowing for your reptile to feel even more at home.

Wonderful coverage, without the dark central spot that some other basking bulbs produce.

Reptile Systems Basking Spotlights are proudly manufactured in Europe with quality and performance in mind. Additionally, they are rated for 3,500 hours life (Approx. 15 months based on 8 hour days). Includes UVA to aid wellbeing and colour vision and offers a warm colour output. Does not produce UVB.

Should be used with a suitable UV bulb and deep heat projector in order to provide heat, light and UV gradient. Always operate with a dimming thermostat, and check temperatures with a digital thermometer.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR FITTING, REPLACEMENT AND DISPOSAL

  • Ensure that the electricity supply is switched off
  • Check that the bulb type and wattage is compatible with the fitting
  • Allow the bulb to cool down before handling
  • If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician
  • Please dispose of lamps and packaging in a responsible manner

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Size

60w, 75w, 100w, 150w

Brand

Reptile Systems

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