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Looking for a decent 'in-ear' thermometer for wriggly baby

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Camelbak Mon 16-Apr-12 14:40:18

Can anyone recommend one? Have tried the forehead strip and the under tongue one but both record a temp of about 33 degrees which is reptilian! Thanks

FannyFifer Mon 16-Apr-12 14:43:53

Have always used the Braun one.

Seabright Mon 16-Apr-12 14:48:02

I have a Braun one too, but my DD is wriggly, so doesn't always work that well.

However, I saw [[ type of thing]] being used in hosptial and that looked an improvement on the in-ear type

Seabright Mon 16-Apr-12 14:48:56

Grrrr! Try link again!

stripeyZ Mon 16-Apr-12 17:48:53

Braun here too. always found it very reliable.

Whoopydofoxpoo Mon 16-Apr-12 18:04:10

I have a Braun - had it about 10 yrs - still use it on a 11 and 9 yr old !

Camelbak Mon 16-Apr-12 19:06:07

Thanks for that! If any of you happen to check back on this thread, which Braun is it? There are a few on Amazon

Whoopydofoxpoo Mon 16-Apr-12 19:31:08

I have the Braun Thermoscan here

JanAl7uZ Sun 23-Feb-14 14:59:45

I`ve been using this one, the DigiThermo From, it works brilliantly, is very accurate, it holds the Previous 9 temperatures taken and can be changed from °C to °F and vice versa, which is very handy when I lend it to someone else & it also has a nice feel to it. It`s not too expensive either! With no covers needed for the end so no extra spending there either, you just wipe it clean.

I tried the Braun one, which was nice, if a little expensive, but I found it gave high temperature readings, causing a few unnecessary trips to the doctors, I think this was due to the heated probe on the end, so I looked for one that worked properly instead. Also you have to also keep buying covers for the end of it which is another unneeded expense.

littleladybird14 Sun 23-Feb-14 15:31:23

we use Braun, and when i took DS to hospital to see an out of hours doctor he had exactly the same one so must be a good un!

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