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clip on lights

Post by bighead1991 » Sat Jul 05, 2014 1:18 pm

Hi all I am looking to buy to clip on lights that don't cost the earth lol had a look in loads of shops but can't seem to find them any help would be great cheers

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Re: clip on lights

Post by sdmtate » Sat Jul 05, 2014 7:24 pm

try ebay,type in clamp clamps in the search bar

0.0.5. mauremys mutica
1.0.0. Trachemys scripta troostii
0.2.0. Trachemys scripta elegans
3.2.0. Trachemys scripta scripta
0.1.0. Pseudemys concinna
0.1.0 Graptemys ouachitensis

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Re: clip on lights

Post by Neil » Sun Jul 06, 2014 8:55 pm

I tend to find the clamp lights don't always give the best angle (and if you have a MVB they need to be vertical in case you didn't know that), and they can sometimes slip which is where Ikea ones can be good as although they're just north of £10, they are spring and also have a bolt to help fix them firmly. If there is any way to hang a lamp instead that offers far more options, and I actually have a brooder lamp suspended from a cheap / small camera tripod resting on the support glass at the top of the tank on one setup
0.1.0 - Chelydra serpentina
*.*.* - Graptemys ouachitensis
*.*.* - Pseudemys concinna
*.*.* - Pseudemys nelsoni
*.*.* - Trachemys scripta elegans
*.*.* - Trachemys scripta scripta

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Re: clip on lights

Post by Squirtle » Sat Jul 12, 2014 8:21 pm

Last time I looked in Ikea they only had clamp lamps suitable for low wattages I expect them to become even more rubbishy plasticy stuff once they go all LED.
Swell have proper ones from £9 at the moment ... 23051.html

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