Braun Thermoscan Compact Ear Thermometer was £32.99 now £14.82! Prime or £18.81 non prime @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Braun Thermoscan Compact Ear Thermometer was £32.99 now £14.82! Prime or £18.81 non prime @ Amazon

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Great deal at this price! Sold and dispatched by Amazon, simply cannot go wrong! Details from Amazon: Infrared ear thermometer that's suitable for the whole family Safe and comfortable probe Ea… Read More
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2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Great deal at this price!
Sold and dispatched by Amazon, simply cannot go wrong!

Details from Amazon:
Infrared ear thermometer that's suitable for the whole family
Safe and comfortable probe
Easy to read display, in either Celsius or Fahrenheit
Clinically tested for enhanced accuracy
2 year warranty

Costs £34.99 in boots
http://www.boots.com/baby-child/monitors-safety/thermometers/braun-thermoscan-3-10224161

And £34.99 in Argos
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5710694?
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#1
Aka Braun ThermoScan 3.
Was hot at £19+ last week
1 Like #2
On eBay for £17-18 so not the end of the world if they sell out or jack the price up.
7 Likes #3
escortboy
On eBay for £17-18 so not the end of the world if they sell out or jack the price up.

Phew!, thanks for finding it a higher price. Much appreciated
1 Like #4
Good find OP. Heat added
#5
These are worth every penny.
Well made, accurate and reliable.

Not just for small children, suitable for whole family any time peeps aren't feeling too well.
Our doctors use the exact same devices.

This is far superior to other similar devices, I'd say this is not a luxury in any way, it's closer to being an essential.
#6
escortboy
On eBay for £17-18 so not the end of the world if they sell out or jack the price up.

All are drop selling through Amazon. As soon as the price goes up on Amazon so do these.
#7
mtc1
escortboy
On eBay for £17-18 so not the end of the world if they sell out or jack the price up.
All are drop selling through Amazon. As soon as the price goes up on Amazon so do these.
You can't do that though surely as your account would get banned pretty quickly.
Also how do they update price in real time as Amazon changes? They would have awful feedback if they kept messing people around and cancelling orders when Amazon sold out and they were caught short (I haven't checked their feedback though to be fair).
1 Like #8
zizzles
escortboy
On eBay for £17-18 so not the end of the world if they sell out or jack the price up.
Phew!, thanks for finding it a higher price. Much appreciated
Often when things sell out and I really want them they are not much differently priced on eBay (sometimes even cheaper).
Just sharing my experience. If you're a non-prime member it is infact cheaper to buy from eBay due to shipping costs on Amazon. (Although you can top up with add on stuff obviously to avoid postage.)

Obviously you could get a faulty product and have a nightmare returning it, or just a dodgy seller.
Also I find it's a good strategy to stop me buying things I don't need if it's always a similar price elsewhere as I already have a load of stuff that I don't need from HUKD! :)

Edited By: escortboy on May 08, 2017 11:20
#9
i use this

Tacklife IT-T02 Classic Non Contact Laser IR Infrared Thermometer -58℉~716℉ Digital Temperature Gun with Data Hold & Energy Conservation https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N7FGBFS/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apap_hfSclDngbqEaj
1 Like #10
escortboy
mtc1
escortboy
On eBay for £17-18 so not the end of the world if they sell out or jack the price up.
All are drop selling through Amazon. As soon as the price goes up on Amazon so do these.
You can't do that though surely as your account would get banned pretty quickly.
Also how do they update price in real time as Amazon changes? They would have awful feedback if they kept messing people around and cancelling orders when Amazon sold out and they were caught short (I haven't checked their feedback though to be fair).

I only know because i have a mate who works at hmrc who was telling me about it, apparently they are being targeted this year. Some of them are supposed to be turning over a couple of hundred thousand every year without paying VAT.


Edited By: mtc1 on May 08, 2017 11:26
1 Like #11
mtc1
escortboy
mtc1
escortboy
On eBay for £17-18 so not the end of the world if they sell out or jack the price up.
All are drop selling through Amazon. As soon as the price goes up on Amazon so do these.
You can't do that though surely as your account would get banned pretty quickly.
Also how do they update price in real time as Amazon changes? They would have awful feedback if they kept messing people around and cancelling orders when Amazon sold out and they were caught short (I haven't checked their feedback though to be fair).
I only know about it because i have a mate who works at hmrc who was telling me about it, apparently they are being targeted this year. Some of them are supposed to be turning over a couple of hundred thousand every year without paying VAT.
Checked feedback for one of the sellers, looks like you're spot on:
https://s22.postimg.org/fjtvjbjmp/Screenshot_2017-05-08-11-27-56--853215531.png
#12
Old tech now, the temple measurement ones are the latest thing so it's seems...
#14
sleepingscorpion
Old tech now, the temple measurement ones are the latest thing so it's seems...

Nope, the ear ones are still the best and most accurate.
#15
Braun make excellent products, have one of these myself and find it fantastic: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00NVMIO02/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
1 Like #16
the reviews on this particular model are not very good. Worth reading the reviews before buying.
#17
nokiae71
the reviews on this particular model are not very good. Worth reading the reviews before buying.
I've got 2 and both are perfect
#18
nokiae71
the reviews on this particular model are not very good. Worth reading the reviews before buying.
You might be right but I have one of these and it works fine and has done for over 5 years
#19
Ive got this and also needed a smaller compact one which i got below from ebay, both do the same job

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Digital-LCD-Thermometer-Alarm-Medical-Body-Safe-Ear-Temperature-Oral-Baby-Adult-/112334905516?ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT
#20
sleepingscorpion
Old tech now, the temple measurement ones are the latest thing so it's seems...
I think tympanic temperature is still more accurate for determining core body temperature.
#21
No doubt this one might be better.. But just another option I brought https://www.aldi.co.uk/ear-%26-forehead-baby-thermometer/p/094078122171400Your text here from Aldi baby event.. Lots in most stores still.. Any good?
#22
paul_merton
sleepingscorpion
Old tech now, the temple measurement ones are the latest thing so it's seems...
I think tympanic temperature is still more accurate for determining core body temperature.


Fair play, we've had one about eight years, good as gold, but all the docs I've seen in hospitals recently use the forehead or temple ones where they used exclusively use these for a good few years, reasons could be varied though....

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