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Hylogy Infrared Digital Forehead Thermometer for Babies, Adults, Non-Contact with Back Light, Fever Warning and Data Storage £13.99 (Prime Early Access Deal) @ Amazon (Sold by BAOSHAN-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon)
Hylogy Infrared Digital Forehead Thermometer for Babies, Adults, Non-Contact with Back Light, Fever Warning and Data Storage £13.99 (Prime Early Access Deal) @ Amazon (Sold by BAOSHAN-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon)

Hylogy Infrared Digital Forehead Thermometer for Babies, Adults, Non-Contact with Back Light, Fever Warning and Data Storage £13.99 (Prime Early Access Deal) @ Amazon (Sold by BAOSHAN-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon)

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Description
Safe and Reliable
This thermometer can easily measure the temperature of the human body or the surface of the object. It is measured in infrared contactless measurement, so it's particularly suitable for infants and children.

Various Practical Functions
The thermometer has a large backlit LCD display, which allows you to easily read the display in dark environments. The thermometer can store up to 50 read data for reference and tracking. With the thermometer, you can measure not only the body temperature of the baby, the elderly, but also the temperature of the bathtub, the infant food and others. Within 18 seconds without operation will turn off automatically to save battery capacity.

Specifications:
Measuring Distance: 3-5cm
Three Color Backlight:
34°C - 37.3°C: Green (Normal)
37.4°C - 38.0°C: Yellow (Slight Fever)
38.1°C - 42.9°C: Red (High Fever)
Power: DV 3V (2 x AAA batteries)
Dimensions: 140 x 44 x37 mm
Weight: 66g
Operating Conditions: 5°C - 40°C (41°F -104°F), RH≤85%
Storing Conditions: -20°C - 55°C (-4°F -131°F), RH≤85%

4 Comments

another 8 mins to wait for non prime members

Some of these infrared thermometers can be very inaccurate. The Chinglish in the product description doesn't fill me with confidence. One of the reviews says it was inaccurate and some of the others were given the product for free in exchange for a review. Worth spending a bit more to get one that is clinically validated. Thermofocus is accurate but the build is a bit flimsy. More info here
Edited by: "dwl99" 5th Feb

Why is it that people given free products for review never leave less than 5 stars?

Those people should be disqualified from getting freebies for being dishonest.

Wouldn't buy this or any laser thermometer , we paid £70 for one that had good reviews on Amazon for baby temp monitoring, quickly realised it was useless, unfortunately too late to return.
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