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Description When your baby seems under the weather one of the first things to do is to take their temperature. That way, you'll know if they've got a fever and can start helping them feel better again. The new Ca... more


Description Digi Temp Digital Clinical Thermometer Cautions: - Do not bite the sensor tip while taking oral temperatures.Simply place the tip under the tongue. - Temperatures should be taken under adult supervis... more

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Description Available in a friendly duck or seal design, this floating thermometer helps you keep your baby's bath water at a comfortable temperature. Features: Thermometer strip helps assure a comfortable bath t... more

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“Vicks thermometer”

published 27/02/2015

Advantagesdifferent colours to indicate different temperatures, easy to read


...Every so often a company will come up with a product that has such a simple but clever and helpful idea behind it that you wish you had come up with the idea yourself as its something that has really been beneficial in your life. Thats the way I feel about this thermometer from Vicks. Ive lost count of the number of times I've had to take my kids temperatures as I felt they were running a fever...

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“Digital thermometer”

published 22/09/2012

AdvantagesDigital readout, quick


...I am definitely Mrs Medicine Cabinet in our house. I have a cupboard stocked with everything we would ever need, Calpol for the kiddies, paracetamol for us, vitamins, plasters, heartburn medicine etc and one thing we are never without is a thermometer. Thermometers have definitely changed from back in my day though. I remember being sick and forced to have a little glass stick stuck in my mouth...

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published 26/03/2001

Advantagespeace of mind


...Does your child have a fever? How would you know being a new mum and all? Well some indications include sweaty clammy feeling at the back of the neck, and red face. The normal temperature in the mouth or ear is between 38 - 38.8 degrees C (97.7° to 99.1°F). I would recommend to every parent that they get a thermometer and get your child accustomed to using it, as a high temperature can be...

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