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    Has/does anyone own a exo terra monsoon? And would you recommend it for use with a crested gecko?

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    I use one on our tree frogs at the Pet store I work at. Could work fine with a crestie
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    I have one on my dart frog tank. Works well if you're looking for a compact system. It does not mist as fine as I hoped but its still alot better than hand misting.

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    If I bought one of these would I be able to do one nozzle on my Tokay cage and one nozzle on my crested? They are side by side and I have a hard time maintaining the humidity even with multiple misting. I just love the way it looks
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    Yes you can attatch the nozzleds to multiple cages so long as they reach. If they are right next to each other it should be fine. At the pet store I work at I have ours hooked up one nozzle in tree frogs and one in Garg. Works fine

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    I don't have either, but everything I've ever heard is that Mist King misting system is superior to the Exo Terra Monsoon. Just a heads-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewy View Post
    I don't have either, but everything I've ever heard is that Mist King misting system is superior to the Exo Terra Monsoon. Just a heads-up.
    I would hope so, I have really been debating between the two, The mist king is a much more serious device with a bucket as a res. The monsoon provides a cleaner look.
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