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Sybon Digital Submersible Thermometer - Marine Specific

Sybon Digital Submersible Thermometer - Marine Specific
Sybon" Digital Submersible Thermometer (Marine Specific Model, Osmo-Chek" Series HD100st)

The Sybon" Digital Submersible Thermometer is a very compact and smart looking device packed with cool features. Its high quality sensor constantly and accurately measures aquarium temperature which helps you monitor and stay checked with water quality and the health of fishes, corals, and other flora and fauna. Its large and sharp digital display is easy to read, and the stylish and slim design makes it easy to fit to any places in your aquarium. The Sybon's thermometer is made of excellent and durable construction!

Attach and position this charming device to glass wall or smooth surface anywhere underwater with its Marinview" crystal clear transparent suction cup which allows nice viewing of fishes and objects behind.

Comes in marine model and freshwater model. The marine model is specifically designed for the salty environment of marine aquariums, and is also great for freshwater aquarium. Ideal for applications like aquariums, hydroponics, general laboratories, and other everyday applications!

A Must Get item for Your Aquarium! Get one and feel the difference of this cool device!


Highly Accurate Digital Precision

Temperature Unit: Degree Fahrenheit

Measurement Range: 0 - 80C (32 - 176F)

Resolution: 1/10th of a degree


Powered by a 1.5V cell battery

Two cell batteries included, one for spare.

Size: 6cm(h) x 4.6cm(w) x 1.4 (body thickness) and 1.1cm (cap thickness)

Net Weight: 25g

PLEASE NOTE this thermometer only reads in °F (Fahrenheit)

DeepBlue comment: A budget thermometer that is actually ACCURATE!!! The only downside it that it only read in degree °F (Fahrenheit)
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