Mercury vapor bulbs

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rltwaddle

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Where is a good place, that's relatively cheap, to get a mercury vapor bulb the produces UVB and basking heat?
 

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rltwaddle said:
Where is a good place, that's relatively cheap, to get a mercury vapor bulb the produces UVB and basking heat?

Generally, the cheapest place I have ever found them is at reptile expos. They can be almost half the price of other sources. If you don't have one near you, you just need to search online. I like www.beanfarm.com for most supplies, but you might be able to find a cheaper price somewhere else. They are never actually "cheap" though. Good luck!
 

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I, unfortunately, bought my first one for 80$....
 

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How about Big Apple Pet Supply? They have good prices too.
 

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Now do all mercury vapor bulbs have UVB in them or does it have to specify, seen some that said it had it an some that said just uv?
 

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you have to make sure it says uvb. ive seen some bulbs just say uv rays on the front of the box, but you read it and its just uva rays.
 

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Haha thanks, I figured it did, but just one of those blonde moments, and had to ask for reassurance lol
 

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Petco, Petmsart, reptile shops, online, ebay, amazon?
 
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