Philips Avent Baby Bath & Room Thermometer - £10 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Seems a very good price for this - a few pounds cheaper than eBay and other online shops once you take delivery into account.

Not sure if it will be more accurate than our current light-up strip type, but somehow numbers on a screen seems more scientific...
: )

NOTE: For some reason it defaults to a 3rd party seller at a higher price, but Amazon should be listed @ £10 under More Buying Choices on the right-hand side.

The blurb...
- Monitors both room and water temperature
- Accurate digital measurement
- Put the thermometer on a shelf in the nursery, or float it in the bath
- Safe and fun for babies and children of any age to play with when bathing
- Fast and reliable measurement
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#1
Got one at the Asda baby event for £5 very good and accurate both in and out of water
#2
Save ur moneyand spend it on something more useful.. Trust me u will use it a few times and then it will sit on ur shelf!! Price also now shows £16.49 delivered.
#3
dinglebin
Save ur moneyand spend it on something more useful.. Trust me u will use it a few times and then it will sit on ur shelf!! Price also now shows £16.49 delivered.
True, after you've used it once, you'll never bother again, unless you're one of those 'cover your kids in bubble wrap' parents.
#4
Still £10 for me if you go to additional buying options (as stated in first post).
#5
Still £10 for me and available on Prime... Heat added
banned#6
£12.50 now :(
#7
We used this all the time until the battery ran out after a couple of years. It just completely takes the guess work out of running a bath. Very convenient.
#8
I always find that sticking my hand in the bath water is usually sufficient. Maybe this would be too much for some people?

Not voted.
#9
Gingerboy
I always find that sticking my hand in the bath water is usually sufficient. Maybe this would be too much for some people?

Not voted.

You shouldn't test a babies bath water with your hand though, their skin is more delicate so you should use your elbow. Now dipping your elbow in the bath with a baby in the other arm isn't all that easy, i'd rather use a thermometer. I'll stop using one when they are old enough to tell me it's too hot themselves.
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linny13
Gingerboy
I always find that sticking my hand in the bath water is usually sufficient. Maybe this would be too much for some people?

Not voted.


You shouldn't test a babies bath water with your hand though, their skin is more delicate so you should use your elbow. Now dipping your elbow in the bath with a baby in the other arm isn't all that easy, i'd rather use a thermometer. I'll stop using one when they are old enough to tell me it's too hot themselves.


Yes you are right about the elbow but my point is that common sense is needed not one of these. Baby monitors, sensor pads, CCTV monitors etc etc etc - all overkill for the paranoid.
#11
bought this for £16 at Boots...
#12
Gingerboy
linny13
Gingerboy
I always find that sticking my hand in the bath water is usually sufficient. Maybe this would be too much for some people?

Not voted.


You shouldn't test a babies bath water with your hand though, their skin is more delicate so you should use your elbow. Now dipping your elbow in the bath with a baby in the other arm isn't all that easy, i'd rather use a thermometer. I'll stop using one when they are old enough to tell me it's too hot themselves.


Yes you are right about the elbow but my point is that common sense is needed not one of these. Baby monitors, sensor pads, CCTV monitors etc etc etc - all overkill for the paranoid.


Hey ginger I agree but baby monitors are essential items!!
#13
I bought one of these and it gradually stopped working properly to the point where it was displaying a temperature well under the actual temperature - in effect we were overheating our baby by relying solely on this. It is only when it became too hot for my husband (who likes his bath much cooler than me) that we realised, and when we put other thermometers in the bath water the others all had the same reading and this one several degrees cooler.
#14
ebybrit
£12.50 now :(

£10 from Amazon.co.uk as above...
#15
we have one and use it for every bath also reassuring for room temperature

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