Wondering if the $150 price difference is really worth it??
hahah harry.. hubba spit. you're a funny man. i would rather pay the $99.99 on mistking.com (pump, nozzle, tube, timer) than pay almost the same prices for a Hubba S*** lol. an i would deffinately spend the extra for the larger system instead of buying 2 hubba s***s lol. im with harry on this one, deffinately not worth it unless you have a small set up that requires hose-like sprays than fine mists. im sure it would work eill for newts, firebelly frogs, or other types of amphibians, but not chameleonsit's like night and day. the mistking is the real deal. the habba spit is ok on small enclosures but you have to tinker with it a lot to get it to work right...even then it's not worth it in my book.
The reservoir is whatever you make it. It isn't something that is included in the kit.Where is the reservoir pictured?
im not sure you would be able to attach mistking nozzles to this.I'm getting a monsoon from a friend and plan on replacing the nozzle with a mistking nozzle....anyone else think thats a good idea?
this is an excellent idea, is it mess-free?The reservoir is whatever you make it. It isn't something that is included in the kit.
I used a Rubbermaid three drawer storage container. The top drawer is where my drain goes to. The middle drawer is my fresh water source. The bottom drawer is where my pump is housed.
couldn't tell you. but it can be done and work if both had the same connector ends and size.Dont they both use 1/4" RO tubing?
but the nozzles aren't adjustable
Habba mister uses air-line hose, which is the same size as RO tubing.Dont they both use 1/4" RO tubing?
I agree. The Monsoon pump may not be powerful enough to supply a proper mist through a Mistking Nozzle.it could work. but the MistKing pumps in PSI, where the hubbamist and monsoon more likely run GPH. thus the mist may not come through properly through the bigger mistking nozzles , but in rain-like motions (hubbamist)