About (taken from website): Exergen Corporation is the recognized world leader in industrial and medical non-invasive temperature technology. From providing temperature sensors for NASA and various industries to creating one of the world’s most popular baby gifts, Exergen creates non-invasive temperature measurement devices providing lower cost, higher accuracy, less invasiveness, and greater reliability than ever previously possible.
Review: I have 4 kids total with 2 really little ones, and one of them is ALWAYS sick. He’s only 3 so its really hard to get a correct temperature reading with the ear ones or even a standard thermometer. When I was introduced to the Exergen Temporal Scanner I was really excited to try it!
When we got it in the mail to review, of course my family turned into kids playing with it and figuring it out for me. The thermometer uses infrared lasers to measure the temperature on your forehead. Easily programmable for Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Soft Glow Display: I really like that I can use this on my littles without even waking them up or turning on the lights. The display lights up so you can easily see the temperature in the dark or low light.
8 Temperature Memory: The thermometer automatically saves the last 8 temps just in case you need to look back on one for some reason.
Programmable Beeper: As you are swiping across the forehead a beeping sound alerts to let you know you are currently taking the temperature. That’s how I know its working correctly. You are able to turn it on and off with the convenient touch of 1 button. If you turn the sound off, then the LED light will also turn off.
The thermometer also comes with a plastic cover to keep it clean and sanitary. It also protects the sensor. Forget to turn off the thermometer? No worries, it has an automatic shut off after 30 seconds. This is a great gift for any new mom for a baby shower. I like this thermometer more than any that I have EVER owned.
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