Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Product Review || Braun No Touch + Forehead Thermometer (NTF3000)

As a new parent, weaving your way through the maze of advice and information on your baby's health can be confusing and somewhat stressful. Naturally, it's concerning when your child is unwell and has a fever, but with the added worry of accurately measuring and interpreting his/her temperature , as well as struggling to take the temperature of an unwell child, it can be a very difficult time! 


"Making sure that your child gets plenty of rest is really important, not only because it helps them to recover, but it also eases the pressure on the rest of the family. This is especially the case in a younger child when you may wish to check their temperature more often in case it goes too high, but don't want to disturb them too much. With Braun's new No Touch + Forehead (NFT3000) thermometer, parents could get multiple, reliable readings easy without having to wake their child up."
Dr Ranj Singh


The first thermometer with no touch and touch functions
•Unique dual no touch and touch technology
•Clinically proven Braun accuracy
•Patented positioning system
•Fast 2 second reading
•No-sound mode
•Large colour coded display
•Clear back-lit display
•Stylish silver blue design
•Easy access to all functions
•Hygienic to use


When it comes to taking the boys temperature I always seem to be fighting a losing battle.
They hate the ear thermometer, they hate the under arm one.
They squirm, they scream, they run away.

With the No Touch + Forehead (NFT3000) there was no struggle what so ever. They didn't even mind when it was touching them, though they did prefer the yellow dot (no touch). It made having their temperature taken much more exciting!
Its so simple to use that even the twins could take each others temperature.

Knowing  I can use it whilst Ru is sleeping is a great bonus as he really is anti everything at the moment and if he's sleeping and I'm not having to wake him I can check on him without disturbing him and causing WW3.

There is an easy colour code to help you know when the child's temperature is anything but normal.

Green - Normal
Yellow - Elevated
Red - High

Did you know as you grow that the definition of fever changes??



Luckily none of them have been unwell since I was sent the product but I know when it comes to taking their temp when they're unwell it will be a doddle!  



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