Month: April 2020

Buying Guide: Best Hunting Flashlight

Hunting flashlights has been my go-to gadget every time I decide to go hunting. I have used several hunting flashlights and some of it flops while others pop, taking into consideration the specs of the item. I have seen several potential features that can make a hunting flashlight stand out and be the best hunting flashlight that can be bought in the market.

The best hunting flashlight to be used in the outdoor should have a great light intensity of at least 300 lumens and made up of LED bulbs, this makes sure that you can see and spot your chosen area, Next to ensure in choosing a hunting flashlight is the longevity of the light, definitely choose a hunting flashlight that has long light span and never fades fast, it must also have a decent battery life. Next to consider is the flexibility of the hunting flashlight which contributes mainly to the design and quality of the product, it must be ergonomically efficient which means that it is not tiring to handle, and has resistance to shocks, water and weather. To be followed by the checking of the color modes and special functions of the product, other hunting flashlights have red, white and green lights while others have special functions like strobe, high and low light, although to me it is not that important because this happens to be based on the preference of the user.

Which leads us to the final thing to consider which is the budget, your best hunting flashlight must match your budget and specs, the two things I have mentioned (light intensity and flexibility) should be your primary basis in finding and not the additional functions of the product. Well, if your looking for the best hunting flashlight factors like budget friendly, highly flexible and intensity is the key to find it.

What Are The Best Heater Pads For Leopard Geckos?

If you have never keep any leopard geckos before, you have to learn how to provide them with adequate heat. Unlike mammals, leopard geckos cannot regulate their body temperature by themselves.

In the wild, leopard geckos usually get the warmth by hiding in the enclosed spaces, between the rocks underground because leopard geckos absorb heat through their bellies.

Therefore, in the captivity, you should provide them the similar heat sources. This is why you will need the best heat mat for leopard gecko.

Heater pads for leopard gecko

Unlike bearded dragons, leopard geckos do not prefer to basking under the sunlight or direct heat sources. So in their tank, they do not need the basking area or heat lamp to get warmth.

Leopard geckos require belly, underside heating in order to digest their food. The best way to heat our leopard geckos is by using heater pads for leopard geckos. Heater pads are the devices that made specifically for reptiles and placed to the bottom of their cage; provide gentle and reliable heat for your leopard geckos.

How to choose heater pads?

Before buying the best reptile heating pad, you should measure your tank to get the suitable size of heater pads. Normally, you should get the heater pad that covers about 1/3 of the tank floor. This will create two different sides in your tank: the cooler side and the warm side.

This will allow your leopard geckos to regulate their body temperature by choosing whether they want to be warmer or cooler. If you are living in a cold climate, you can choose the bigger heater pad, cover about 1/2 your tank floor.

Moreover, you should get a heater pad controlled by a thermostat or you will do not know if this heater pad gets too hot and your leopard gecko might be burned. If your leopard geckos never lie on this heater pads, it’s probably over-heat, and if they become slowly, do not eat much or lie almost the day, it’s probably too cool for them.

Maintaining the overall temperature in your leopard gecko’s cage always stay between 75-90 degrees F.