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By Frothy_Milk
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Title says it all

I’m looking for an accurate greenhouse thermometer hygrometer that is very water resistant and can handle up to 90+ humidity.

Under 100$ preferably. I’ve gone through two “greenhouse” thermometer hygrometers because they couldn’t handle the humidity and misting. They were accurate, but not for very long lol.

Thanks


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By CPhunter101
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I'm a cheap guy but this thermometer/hygrometer really works well for me (link posted below). I keep it in a highland nep terrarium that goes over 90 humidity. The terrarium is always dripping with moisture but this device can handle it. It's such a reliable thermometer, I keep a few in my house as well. I'm pretty sure it can work for a greenhouse too.
https://www.amazon.com/ThermoPro-TP50-D ... 26&sr=8-10
By Frothy_Milk
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CPhunter101 wrote:I'm a cheap guy but this thermometer/hygrometer really works well for me (link posted below). I keep it in a highland nep terrarium that goes over 90 humidity. The terrarium is always dripping with moisture but this device can handle it. It's such a reliable thermometer, I keep a few in my house as well. I'm pretty sure it can work for a greenhouse too.
https://www.amazon.com/ThermoPro-TP50-D ... 26&sr=8-10
Thanks! I’ll give it a shot


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By Frothy_Milk
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CPhunter101 wrote:I'm a cheap guy but this thermometer/hygrometer really works well for me (link posted below). I keep it in a highland nep terrarium that goes over 90 humidity. The terrarium is always dripping with moisture but this device can handle it. It's such a reliable thermometer, I keep a few in my house as well. I'm pretty sure it can work for a greenhouse too.
https://www.amazon.com/ThermoPro-TP50-D ... 26&sr=8-10
It has worked out! Survived longer than my other one lol. It’s usually 80+ humidity during the day and 99+ at night. Thanks for the recommend


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By CPhunter101
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Frothy_Milk wrote:It has worked out! Survived longer than my other one lol. It’s usually 80+ humidity during the day and 99+ at night. Thanks for the recommend
You're welcome! Although, I have to warn you that I don't know how it would work for long-term in a greenhouse. It has worked for me for about half a year already, and it should be easy to replace if it breaks. I mean, 10 bucks? That's really affordable if it lasts for 5+ years per device.
By Frothy_Milk
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CPhunter101 wrote:
Frothy_Milk wrote:It has worked out! Survived longer than my other one lol. It’s usually 80+ humidity during the day and 99+ at night. Thanks for the recommend
You're welcome! Although, I have to warn you that I don't know how it would work for long-term in a greenhouse. It has worked for me for about half a year already, and it should be easy to replace if it breaks. I mean, 10 bucks? That's really affordable if it lasts for 5+ years per device.
If it can survive in a much smaller enclosed space like a terrarium dripping with moisture, then I would assume it can handle a greenhouse! Image
And if it does break, down another 10$ as you said. No biggie


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