Gro Egg Room Thermometer - £11.29 (Prime) £14.28 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Gro Egg Room Thermometer - £11.29 (Prime) £14.28 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 27th Nov
Good deal £11.29 for Amazon Prime members.

10 Comments

I bought one 2 days ago from amazon at 14.99, good price, do they refund the difference? I could send it back and reorder this?

lucauk48 m ago

I bought one 2 days ago from amazon at 14.99, good price, do they refund …I bought one 2 days ago from amazon at 14.99, good price, do they refund the difference? I could send it back and reorder this?


They normally will because it's less hassle than you refusing delivery and reordering.

mucgoo49 s ago

They normally will because it's less hassle than you refusing delivery and …They normally will because it's less hassle than you refusing delivery and reordering.


Thank you for replying mate.

lucauk1 m ago

Thank you for replying mate.




no worries

lucauk1 h, 58 m ago

I bought one 2 days ago from amazon at 14.99, good price, do they refund …I bought one 2 days ago from amazon at 14.99, good price, do they refund the difference? I could send it back and reorder this?


They used to, my experience is that they don't very often now, they say send it back which is ok till they ban you

snoopy1818 m ago

They used to, my experience is that they don't very often now, they say …They used to, my experience is that they don't very often now, they say send it back which is ok till they ban you


Ban you?! Do you have experience of this

I've heard of then refusing to refund the difference (on here) in the last year or so but never them banning people for returning and re-ordering.

That sounds extreme.

This is an unnecessary product in my opinion. Riding on the popularity wave, they managed to sell many of them previously for ~£20. I being one of them. The parents already have the super ability to find the best room temperature for their child. Moreover, different areas of the room will have different temperatures.
The best is to install a thermostat connected to the central heating unit that automatically controls the temperature in the room.
In my opinion, save money here and buy something else like roses for your other half

I actually found this to be quite useful as a first time parent.

Placed next to the cot / bed it gives a decent indicator of temperature and more often than not the room was too hot for my daughter (as evidenced by repeated kicking off of blankets). Guidance is that infants prefer cooler temperatures and my experience back this up - although everyone is different. My Mrs would complain that the room was freezing when we had it at around the 20°C mark but the baby would be much more content than if it was up at 23°C for example. Common sense you say - yeah sure but its nice to have a quick visual indicator (It's amber for good, red for bad basically) for those of us without thermostatic radiators / valves. Although price wise I have never seen these go much above £12 in the likes of mothercare.

mattgrant2 h, 25 m ago

Ban you?! Do you have experience of this


Not personally as I have stated i very rarely return anything.
I'd never heard of until a few people on here said they were warned and one banned. Up to the individual what they do
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