- Little Time or Temp - Lifegard (DISCONTINUED)
The LCD display will show you the temperate of your tank along with the time of day.
A Digital Clock/Thermometer with illuminating light for accurate measurement of aquarium water or room temperature in °F or °C.
Don't waste your money By despoofed on 9/16/2017despoofed wouldn't recommend this product to a friendThis thing is a piece of junk. It was reading 75 degrees when my RKL is at 79 along with a strip at 78. When you pick it up the temperature starts to increase like it is sensing your body heat. i don't know how they can sell this thing and keep a straight face.
temp. By butch on 7/17/2017butch wouldn't recommend this product to a friendhaving the same problem stephen
works sometimes By david on 8/5/2016david wouldn't recommend this product to a friendsometimes temp reads constant and I believe accurately, but often jumps around to even
negative readings so I don't trust it.
Works well By d2mini on 5/6/2016d2mini would recommend this product to a friendSeems accurate. Easy to see. Simple and gets the job done.
Been working fine for a year now By Mark on 1/21/2016Mark would recommend this product to a friendI believe mine is accurate within about .5 degrees. Readout doesn't jump around like the other review. When my neo therm heater is set to 78 my thermometer reads 78.7 consistently. Don't know if the issue is the heater or the thermometer but it's close enough for me. I have the probe inside an aquaclear near the impeller which might be causing a little added heat too. The room temp readout seems consistent with my analog thermostat. I actually use digital readout to make adjustments to my ac or furnace.
Get what you pay for By Stephen on 9/25/2015Stephen wouldn't recommend this product to a friendMeasures outside temp pretty well. Inside temp is not measured accurately at all. While you are looking at the temp it will jump around about .5 to .75 degrees on you. Within 3 seconds it might jump from 79.5 to 80.1 to 80.3. So I ended up getting another thermometer and it reads a constant temp and a temp that's always one degree lower than this one.
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