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    I need a good Analog Hygrometer

    Does anyone know where I can get a accurate Analog Hygrometer?
    my digital died from the humidity.
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    Petco or Petsmart. OR the local pet shop or maybe a fish store

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    analog? Ahh. I hate analog things. I can barely read an analog clock.

    Hygrometers are cheap and when mine die I just by a new one. 10 bucks a year isn't too bad.

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    Mine are both off about 10 % for some reason (I'm assuming that my humidifier is correct). So, if I were you I would just buy another, maybe better, digital. Or, if you're really needing lots they have things that have a bunch of different probes for a ton of $$$.

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    My Digital Hygrometer died within a year too. I'm not sure about analog ones, but the digital ones are only accurate in the 30-90% humidity range.

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    The anilog ones can be calibrated, but then you still need a good digital to calibrate it. Then that is assuming the filiment that expands and contracs stays acurate too.
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    You can always get a wet bulb hygrometer.
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    What's that? How expensive

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