brother max® 6-in-1 Baby Thermometer - Projection Digital Thermometer, Non-Contact, Silent and Easy to Use, Accurately Measure Temperature of a Room, Bath Water, Food, Liquid and Skin. (White/Green)
- Readings are accurate to within +/-0.2°C for temperatures from 36°C to 39°C and +/-0.3°C for temperatures from 34°C to 35.9°C, and 39.1°C to 42.5°C.
- 6in1 measures forehead, bath water, room, liquid, food & skin. Projects temperature reading onto surfaces.
- Suitable from birth, perfect for the whole family. Guaranteed accuracy. Class IIa medical device CE 0051
- Easy to use, Silent, Non-contact. Stores up to 9 previous readings (memory function)
- Measures temperatures from 1°C to 80°C
Brother Max 6-in-1 thermometer that projects the temperature reading
The non-contact thermometer recommended by doctors and paediatriciansThe Brother Max 6-in-1 Projection Thermometer is non-contact, silent and easy to use. It can measure your child's temperature without contact and projects the illuminated temperature reading onto the forehead. In addition to measuring your child's temperature, it can also be utilised to measure the temperature of a room, bath water, food, liquid and skin. It's suitable for the whole family. The illuminated projection function makes taking an accurate reading simple; its unique built-in 'aiming' system helps to ensure that the calibration of the thermometer is correct so that the temperature readings returned are accurate to within +/-0.2°C. for temperatures from 36°C to 39°C and +/-0.3°C for temperatures from 34°C to 35.9°C, and 39.1°C to 42.5°C.
Frequently Asked Questions:Q: What is a normal temperature for a child?
A: The NHS recommend that a normal temperature in children is about 36.4°C (97.5°F) but this does differ slightly from child to child. A fever is usually considered to be a temperature over 37.5°C (99.5°F).Q: Can I change the temperature of the thermometer to measure in Fahrenheit?
A: Yes; when the thermometer is off, aim it at a flat surface and press and hold the MEM button for 8 seconds. Keep it held until the letter 'F' appears. Q: Is shining the thermometer light in yours/your baby's eyes dangerous?
A: Whilst we would not advise the thermometer is used in this way, accidentally shining the light in eyes will not cause any harm.