Ok, my 3rd heat lamp has just blown. It should be noted in Australia all our bulbs are now energy efficient and therefore do not put out any heat. My first light was an old halogen spotlight that we had for about 20years. When it blew we bought an exo terra infrared bulb meant for reptiles. It blew in a couple hours and my poor duckies had to go back in the bator. We got a replacement from the store, and on its 4th day, today, its blown. I have sent an angry letter to their head office, stating that no matter what kind of animal the light was used for, this is an utter disgrace. Not just in danger of freezing to death but also broken glass. If it was a reptile I would have been just as upset. Ive ordered a ceramic heat emitter, meant for reptiles or poultry and I should have it by the weekend. In the mean time Im not sure what to do. Thankfully its warm today but they are still huddled on their hot water bottle. Plenty of places sell halogens but I dont know if they give heat. Im looking at a bathroom lamp, its infrared but its 275w that seems too high. Worst come to worst, back in the bator overnight. Little Stormy is quite comfortable in there but the 2 bigger ones get cranky. Any suggestions? Cant even find a 100w halogen, highest is 90w and thats converted output for energy efficiency - meaning it may not put out that much energy at all.