NUK 2 in 1 Baby Thermometer

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RRP  £24.99
NUK 2 in 1 Baby Thermometer

by motherandbaby |
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NUK’s 2 in 1 Baby Thermometer takes baby’s temperature quickly, easily and accurately.

The product includes an extra small device designed especially for a baby’s ear but what is really great about the thermometer is a “scan” button that allows users to measure surface temperature without actually touching the thing it is measuring – taking a baby’s temperature at night just became no problem!

It's is easy to detect whether baby is running hot as the tip of the thermometer lights up red to indicate a fever. The screen clearly displays which mode you are in (ear, temple, surface temperature or room temperature) and the thermometer beeps to tell to let you know how you should be using it – holding down the scan button or just a gently pushig it. It beeps to let you know how long to keep the thermometer in baby’s ear and there is also a function that mutes the sound.

It is, however, a costly device – especially when compared to other products on the market.

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NUK 2 in 1 Baby Thermometer

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