Soil and ambient air

  • Termómetro de Agua con Ventosa
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    Water Thermometer

    Use a water thermometer when watering your plants for the best possible results. This device is highly precise.


  • Termómetro Atmosférico
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    Atmospheric thermometer

    Measure the temperature that your plants are at outdoors or check what temperature your air filtration system is filtering in. Does not contain mercury.


  • Termómetro para suelo - Termostato para Tierra
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    Soil thermometer - Soil thermostat

    These thermometers are perfect for measuring the temperature in your plants’ substrate.


  • Max-Min digital thermohygrometer
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    Max-Min digital thermohygrometer

    When it comes to indoor growing, thermos-hygrometers are one of the most essential tools when it comes to keeping your grow parameters under control.


  • Termohigrometro digital con Sonda
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    Digital max-Min Sensor Thermo-hygrometer

    These thermo-hygrometers have a probe that allows you to check the temp and humidity in your grow room.


  • Termohigrómetro Digital Con Sonda Pantalla Grande
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    Digital Thermo-hygrometer with Sensor (Large Screen)

    These digital thermos-hygrometers have sensors and large LCD screens, which allows you to easily see the exact parameters. These devices are precise and incredibly long-lasting.


  • Termómetro Infrarojo
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    Infrared Laser Thermometer

    These infrared thermometers allow you to check the temperature of any surface, such as your grow room wall or Pyrex trays when making BHO.


  • Test Rápido NPK para suelo 10 Test
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    Fast NPK Soil Test (10pcs)

    These fast nutrient tests by Hanna allow you to easily check the pH, nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus in your plants’ substrate whenever needed.


  • Luxómetro medidor de Lux.
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    Benetech Light Meter

    The Benetech light meter is perfect for checking how efficient your grow lamps are and when you need to replace them.


  • Sonómetro
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    Benetech Sound Level Meter

    This affordable sound level meter is handy if you’re worried about making too much noise in your indoor growing room, which can annoy the neighbors. Easy to use and highly precise.


  • Fertometer medidor de abono en la tierra
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    Fertometer Soil Nutrient Meter

    The Fertometer is an incredibly easy way to measure the amount of nutrients in your plants’ soil. Simply stick the probe in your soil and it will tell you if you’re using too little, too much or just the right amount of nutrients when feeding your plants.


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  • Luxómetro para medir Lúmens de Lámparas - Medidor Luxes
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    Lux Meter

    With this digital lux meter, you can now the exact lux that your plants are getting; affordable and efficient.


  • Higrómetro Manual Temp. y Humedad
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    Benetch Digital-Manual Thermo-hygrometer

    This handy Benetech thermos-hygrometer allows you to know the relative humidity and temperature at any given time in your grow room.


  • Medidor de Co2 PPM ambiental
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    Medidor de Co2 PPM ambiental

    CO2 meter to know how many ppm (parts-per-million) of CO2 there are in the air. It has a 10-ppm sensitivity. Very easy to read digital display.


  • Datalogger USB Termohigrómetro con registro
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    Datalogger USB Thermo-hygrometer

    This USB Thermo-Hygrometer is capable of measuring the humidity and temperature in your grow room, keeping a record of every temperature and humidity fluctuation that you can then check on your computer.


  • Medidor de Co2 temperatura y humedad
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    VDL Co2 Temperature and Humidity Meter

    The VDL Co2 temperature and humidity meter is used to measure three parameters while also keeping a record of the highest and lowest readings taken.


  • Medidor pH o Higro para Tierra
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    Hygrometer and pH- meter

    The Ph-meter for soil will lets us know if soil acidity needs to be corrected while the hygrometer function will determine if moisture in the soil is sufficient or not for our plants.


    12,00 €
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  • Rapitest 3en1 Ph Lux y Humedad
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    Rapitest 3-in-1 (Ph, Light, moisture)

    Rapitests is a soil parameters tester used to keep a better control over our plants. It will measure the acidity of the substrate (pH), the amount of light reaching the plants and humidity in the soil.


    12,50 €
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  • Termo-higrometro grande con sonda
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    Large thermohygrometer with probe

    An essential instrument to determine temperature and moisture parameters in indoor settings. It lets you know where to place the probe. LCD screen included.


    14,52 €
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  • Rapitest combi tester
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    Rapitest Combi Tester

    Rapitest Combi Tester lets you check moisture and pH levels in the soil while it also determines whether the plant is receiving enough light or not.


    20,00 €
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  • Medidor para suelo Profesional Ph-Humedad
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    Professional Soil Ph-Moisture Meter

    Soil meter by Wassertec. This device lets us measure pH and moisture by simply introducing the probe in the soil of your pot or root ball if you're growing directly in the ground.


    54,00 €
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  • Medidor Flower Power Parrot
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    Medidor Flower Power Parrot

    Flower Power Parrot is a meter to measure 4 parameters of the growing conditions of our plants. Data are sent via Bluetooth to a mobile app.


    59,00 €
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Soil and ambient air

These measuring instruments are perfect for controlling the environment in your grow room. They allow you to know if your plants have the right humidity or pH levels. When given the right parameters, your cannabis plants produce higher quality flowers that taste and smell much better.

Thermo-hygrometers can be used to find out the temperature and relative humidity in your grow room. It’s super useful for knowing how far away from your plants that your lights have to be. Simply place the sensor at the top of the plant closest to the bulb and move the light until the temperature is at a steady 25°. You can also measure relative humidity, which needs to be around 60% during the growth period and 40% during the flowering period – excess humidity towards the end can cause fungi to appear and rot.

Our Max-Min Digital Thermo-hygrometer is used by placing it directly wherever you’re planning on taking the measurement; the humidity and temperature sensors are inside the device itself. You can use it to figure out the lowest temperature that your grow room reaches with the lights off, as it has an internal memory system that allows you to go back and check the registered temperatures. Make sure that it doesn’t go below 10° at any point or you run the risk of mold and rot.

The best type of thermos-hygrometer are the ones with sensors, allowing you to test the temperature in your grow room without having to put the device anywhere near your plants. This avoids shading your plants and possibly stressing them out a bit.

We also stock gauges for your plants’ substrate, which allow you to test pH levels and the humidity in your soil, as well as the amount of salts that have accumulated in your soil. These meters are super easy to use; simply place the probe in your soil and you’ll be able to almost instantly check all of its parameters. We sell various models, some of which are for specific parameters and others that measure various different things at once.

Soil pH and hygrometers are super affordable and highly recommendable thanks to how easy and precise they are. If you don’t keep an eye on the pH of your cannabis plants, they may not be able to absorb all of the nutrients that you’re giving them. If you don’t keep an eye on your soil’s humidity you may end up accidentally overwatering, which can lead to root rot. Our soil hygrometer is perfect for growers that are having serious doubts when it comes wot how often they should water their plants.

The Fertometer is a device used to gauge the amount of nutrients in your plants’ soil, which is useful if you’ve accidentally over-fed your plants or you’ve been under-feeding them. It’s designed to show three colors depending on the results; yellow is not enough nutrients, green is perfect and red is too many. In order to use it simply stick it into the soil and press the button.

Rapitest is a meter that can provide you with three different parameter readings. You’ll be able to check the humidity and the pH in your plants’ soil. You can also check if your plants are receiving enough sunlight. Like the previous meter, simply place it in your plants soil and place the lever in the position that corresponds with the parameter you’d like to measure and it’ll be ready in a manner of seconds.

We also sell controllers with large screens that allow you to check the amount of Co2 in the air, which allows you to know if your extraction system is working correctly. If you don’t give your indoor plants a source of constant fresh air, they’ll begin to suffocate and if left like this for long enough they can die off. Use one of these meters in order to see if your plants can breathe properly or not.

If you want to go a step further and find out how good the light is that you’re giving your plants, you can get yourself one of our Luxometers, which allow you to measure the amount of lumens that your grow lamp is letting off. You should get no less than 5000 lumens during the growth period and 45000 during the flowering period – if you’re not getting this much you may need to replace an old bulb or simply upgrade your system.

If preferred, you can also get various different meters that work via Bluetooth, sending all of the information straight to your phone or computer. The Flower Power Parrot is capable of telling you the humidity, light and temperature in your plants flowerpot periodically.

We also stock sound level meters, which allow you to measure how much noise the devices in your grow room are making. You’ll be able to tell if you’re making enough noise for the neighbors to hear, which can be an issue if their nosy. We also have laser thermometers that allow you to gauge the temperature of certain surfaces.

Regardless of what parameter it is that you need to measure, we have the device you need. Every product that we sell has quite a complete description, where you can read the instructions on how to use this product.