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Urs Radiant Carbon Fibre Infrared Heat Lamp 50 Watt

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I257588-Urs Radiant Carbon Fibre Infrared Heat Lamp 50 Watt
I257588-Urs Radiant Carbon Fibre Infrared Heat Lamp 50 Watt I257588-Urs Radiant Carbon Fibre Infrared Heat Lamp 50 Watt

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Description

The Radiant Carbon Fibre FAR Infrared Heat Lamp transfers energy purely in the form of heat and is only absorbed by matter. This gives a more efficient form of heating which gets right into the tissue of an animal to give a more natural heating sensation, much like the heat you feel from the rays of the sun.

Comes with silicon heat protection cover! This 50 Watt is the perfect size for a basking lamp for Turtles and withstands humidity and splash.

The Repta Probe Thermostat should also be used to maintain required temperature which will avoid overheating your pet. E27 compatable.

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