Quick and accurate
The Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Digital Thermometer has a tiny tip which makes it ideal for use with newborn babies as well as the whole family. To use the thermometer, simply place in the ear and press the scan button, and the temperature reading will be shown clearly on the large LCD display.
The Closer to Nature Digital Thermometer provides a one-second quick and accurate reading for ultimate peace of mind, and is supplied with eight replacement hygiene covers; additional replacement covers are available separately in packs of 40.
Additional features of the Digital Thermometer: fever alert alarms when temperature is too high, easy-to-read large LCD display, stores nine memory readings allowing you to monitor baby's temperature with ease, temperature can be given in Fahrenheit or Celsius, and automatic power off after one minute to prolong the battery life.
Why choose Tommee Tippee?
Tommee Tippee, from the UK-based Mayborn Group, is a popular brand of baby feeding accessories in the UK and one of the top brands of infant products and accessories in the global market. Loved by parents and children alike, Tommee Tippee has received numerous brand accolades in the UK, including top ranks in the prestigious Mother and Baby Awards, a head-to-head assessment of competitive products voted by mothers themselves.
Using your Closer to Nature Digital Thermometer
An incorrect reading (around 2°C lower) can be measured if the ear canal is not straightened correctly. The ear canal is not identical in each ear; this can result in a slight difference in some individuals.
The instructions for use advise that three readings should be taken, with the highest being the one which is registered. The unit measures the infrared heat generated by the eardrum.
It is therefore important to straighten the ear canal prior to taking a reading. For children under 2 years old, gently pull the ear back. User technique is critical.
The ear canal needs to be clean
The thermometer lens needs to be clean and undamaged
A fresh hygiene cover must be used each time
The unit must be equilibrated to the temperature of the room where readings are taken
Accidentally pressing the on/mem button instead of the scan button will show a previous reading from the memory rather than take a new reading
A higher temperature will be recorded in an ear that a child has been laying on compared to their other ear