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Safety 1st No Touch Temporal Thermometer, Black and Gray
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- Multi-use No Touch Thermometer with 1-second reading and Fever Icon that can also be used as object thermometer
- Large backlit LCD digital display with Auto shut-off and Proximity light Indicator
- Memory recall of 10 last temperature readings
- Reading in Fahrenheit or Celsius with fever chart on back of thermometer
- Includes 2 AAA batteries
You'll love the ability to check your sleeping child's temperature without having to disturb them with the Advanced Solutions No Touch Temporal Thermometer by Safety 1st. You can easily get a quick reading while your child remains quietly sleeping by just placing the thermometer above the temple. The large backlit illuminated display is easy to read and includes a fever icon to alert you when a high temperature is detected. The No Touch Temporal Thermometer is suitable for reading ear temperature or, great for confirming that food is the right temperature. Or the bath for that matter. A proximity light flashes and thermometer beeps when positioned correctly. The Versa Scan thermometer also features a handy memory recall to help you keep track of the past 10 temperature readings and an auto shut-off to conserve batteries. You also have the expert advice about fever management and temperature taking from the Academy of American Pediatrics. With readings in Fahrenheit or Celsius, the Advanced Solutions No Touch Temporal Thermometer comes with replaceable batteries and is just the multi-use thermometer you need to have handy at home with children around.
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Let me start by saying I really tried to like this. It seemed like a great idea that would have all kinds of uses. I walked around for an entire day measuring everyone and everything in the house, but I could never get a consistent reading on a living subject. The instructions say it has an audio/visual meter to make sure you have the thermometer placed correctly. Well I never saw it-- no lights, no beeps, nothing. I tried it over a hundred times, changed batteries, reset it, cleaned it, nothing. So I followed the instructions anyway and put it in the exact spot described, and... I was exactly 94.1 degrees. Then 97. And then 95. My wife was 93 degrees. The baby was 95 degrees. The dog 77 degrees. Just to make sure I tried with 4 other thermometers (2 mercury, 1 digital, and 1 ear) which all thankfully assured me that we were still alive. But with readings that low and varied I certainly wouldn't trust this thing to tell me if the baby has a fever. Plus the instructions tell you to wait 2 minutes between readings-- if I wanted to get an average it would take you 6 minutes. Whats the point of the fast no touch feature? I could use a rectal thermometer faster than that. Plus the thermometer beeps very loudly when used which won't allow you to use it without waking a child.
I will say the object readings seemed more accurate. Glasses of water in our house were all 67 degrees. so I know its working. But its too inaccurate to use on a human for any important readings. I've been told that this shouldn't be used for important measurements, just ballpark. Huh? What good is that? I can do the same thing with my hand. We replaced it with an ear thermometer which tells me I'm 98.2. I can live with that.