Habistat is a leading manufacturer of thermostats for reptiles and other exotic animals.
Their thermostats are manufactured to exacting standards and are used worldwide by both pet keepers and professionals alike.
CE approved, Habistat Thermostats are high quality, reliable and robust and very easy to use.
We have been trusting and using Habistat thermostats for our own reptiles for decades and cannot recommend them highly enough.
There are 3 models of Digital Thermostat available. A Digital Dimming with Day and Night settings with timers and 2 models of On/Off Digital Temperature Thermostats, one with Day and Night and Timer and the other with Timer only function.
The Digital Dimming Day/Night + Timers is suitable for all heat sources and fans.
Both the On/Off Digital Temperature Thermostats are suitable for most heat sources but are not suitable for Heat Bulbs.
Digital Thermostats come with a 12 month manufacturers guarantee.
Pulse Proportional Thermostats
Habistats Pulse Proportional Thermostats are available in the standard and high range models in both Black and White.
Pulse Thermostats are not suitable for Heat Bulbs or Fans but ideal for Heat Mats, Ceramic Heaters, Reptile Radiators and Reptile Heat Cables.
Habistat Classic Pulse Thermostats carry a 5 Year manufacturers guarantee.
Habistat Dimming Thermostats are available in 2 models, the standard and high range. Both are available in Black or White.
Dimming thermostats are not suitable for Heat Mats or Fans but ideal for Heat Bulbs, Ceramic Heaters, Reptile Radiators and Reptile Heat Cables.
Habistat Classic Dimming Thermostats carry a 5 Year manufacturers guarantee.
Habistat Temperature Thermostats are available in Black or White.
Temperature Thermostats are not suitable for Heat Bulbs or Fans or Ceramic Heaters but are ideal for Heat Mats, Reptile Radiators and Reptile Heat Cables.
Habistat Classic Temperature Thermostats carry a 5 Year manufacturers guarantee.
If you would like to read our full guide to correct thermostats selection you can do so at this link: Guide to Thermostat Selection