Best Monitor For A Beginner?

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    dassios1 Not so new Member

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    Im looking into getting a monitor and just wanted to know which is the best for beginner, ive had lizards in the past but never a monitor.
     
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    Baby Monitor.
     
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    Hahaha
     
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    Cheers, do u know around how much a hatchling goes for?
     
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    250-350 average.
     
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    Lace Monitor
     
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    my lace was my first monitor , it was a steep learning curve but all is well.
     
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    yeh my first was a lace monitor i wouldn't suggest it as a first i was in for a lot more than i thought
     
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    Yeh i was thinking a lace but they're way too big and cant build an outdoor enclosure
     
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    Spencers... though they are sadly class 2

    Laceys are not a beginners monitor.
     
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    Spencers was my first monitor but i live in QLD...
     
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    Storrs are great, small adult size, able to be colony housed, full of personality and character, and tame down after the initial nervous phase that all monitors go through. Very easy to look after.
     
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    Sorry, im knew to all this, whats do you mean class 2?
     
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