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Over the past week I have looked into a ton of hygrometers and I have come to the conclusion that they really aren't very useful. Even the ones that cost a couple hundred dollars state that their reading can be off by as much as 5% at a humidity level of 90% or more. Many of them don't even read over 95% and I'm talking about the more expensive ones! You really cant expect the $25 ones from Kmart or walmart etc to give you a very accurate reading. If your chamber is designed properly and you aren't fanning every 2 hours, your humidity should be fine.
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Actually I just looked at the hygro I have and it's the accu-rite brand not accu-temp, my mistake. I am an information and control freak when it comes to science. I want an accurate and reliable hygrometer. I will look into the radioshack one but are there any other ones i need to look at also?
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