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Aquarium and Terrarium Thermometers

Make sure the water temperature in your fish tank is just right with these specially designed aquarium thermometers.

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Further Information

An aquarium thermometer or fish tank thermometers will help to ensure that fish are kept at just the right temperature.

For tropical fish, an aquarium water temperature of 76 to 78° Fahrenheit is ideal. Although some fish prefer cooler or warmer water this temperature range is considered as a good compromise.

Non-tropical fish, such as Goldfish are best kept at temperatures around 65° Fahrenheit.

We supply digital aquarium thermometers that can be left inside the tank (waterproof thermometer) or sited outside the tank with just the attached probe inside the water.

Our Terraium thermometer with hygrometer is ideal for monitoring the temperature and humidity in reptile tanks.