How often do you take temperatures during the winter months? With two children under the age of five, we do it quite often.During the winter, when it feels like I’m constantly checking temperatures, they need to be taken quickly. If you’ve taken the temperature of a sick kid, you’ll understand the difference that comes with a few seconds.
Two second readings. That’s how long you’re going to need to take a temperature with the Braun No Touch + Forehead Thermometer.
Color coded fever guidance is quite possibly one of my favorite features of Braun thermometers. Late in the middle of the night when I’m not really awake myself, it’s comforting to see the green or yellow, and means that I am not going to worry too much, until I see a ‘red colored’ reading.
The sensor area to gauge the temperature captures twice as much body heat compared to traditional forehead products, and has given accurate readings for the past couple of weeks that we’ve been checking temperatures.
The game changer through, is the fact that you don’t actually have to be touching the child to get an accurate temperature. That’s going to come in handy during those marathon, up-all-night-with-a-sick-kid flu season nights, and you can bet it’s going to be make the difference the next day. Taking an accurate temperature without actually touching the kid? That’s going to get you through the winter.
Buy the Braun Forehead + No Touch Thermometer at Babies R Us and Well.ca.