Ear Forehead Thermometer for Adults and Kids: COOCEER Touchless Temperature Measurement – Fast Easy and Accurate Digital Fever Thermometers for Family, Baby, Infants, Toddler, Children
$19.99 - $16.97
(as of May 25,2023 17:05:37 UTC – Details)
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COOCEER is an innovative & professional medical brand committed to continuous improvement and progress, providing you with industry-leading technology that’s simple, convenient, and improves your quality of life.
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Forehead Thermometer for Adult
Ear Thermometer for Kids
Age Friendly Thermometer
Package Dimensions : 6.18 x 2.64 x 2.13 inches; 3.21 Ounces
Item model number : BSX906
Batteries : 2 AAA batteries required.
Date First Available : January 10, 2023
Manufacturer : AILE MEDICAL LLC
ASIN : B0BRZ8YL7J
Country of Origin : China
ACCURACY TO 0.4 ℉ FOR FEVER THERMOMETER: High precision probe and next-generation chip has been clinically tested, increased the accuracy to 0.4 degree fahrenheit (NOTE: maximum of 0.4℉ differernce between the reading and your actual temperature).
PROFESSIONAL CUSTOMER SUPPORT BASED IN AMERICA: COOCEER customer support team include more than 100 engineers based in Georgia, we will always provide 5 years warranty and 24 hours after-sales assistance, including chat, amazon message, and phone.
MINIMALIST OPERATION, SENIOR FRIENDLY: COOCEER found most thermometers have multiple functions set by 1, 2 or 3 buttons in the social research, it’s inconvenient for seniors and kids, so we designed this 4 button infrared forehead thermometer, one-button-operation for all functions (ear mode, forehead mode, object mode, 32 sets memory, mute, switch Fahrenheit and Celsius).
FULL SCREEN, EASY ON THE EYES: Backlight HD ALL Screen with bolded and enlarged numbers made read easier, low vision friendly Black on White designed of the notouch thermometer reference the suggestion “white text on a dark background is easier to make out for those with low vision.” from The American Federation of the Blind.