Braun ThermoScan 7 Ear thermometer with Age Precision, IRT6520

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Braun ThermoScan® 7 with Age Precision™With new age-adjustable fever guidance technology to take the guesswork out of taking your child’s temperature

Clinical research shows that the definition of fever changes with a child’s age*. But many parents and guardians don’t know this. What is fever in a newborn can be a normal temperature in a four year-old. So to help you interpret your child’s temperature at first sight, Braun have developed the new Braun ThermoScan® 7 digital ear thermometer with unique Age Precision™ technology.

Choose any Braun ThermoScan® ear thermometer and you’ve picked the brand that’s no.1 among doctors**. Thanks to its pre-warmed tip, Braun ThermoScan® thermometers are already regarded as a benchmark for accuracy, and are widely used and endorsed by doctors around Europe.

Now with new Age Precision™ technology they gives you even more accuracy and reassurance when it comes to interpreting your child’s temperature.

Key Features

  • Age Precision™ age adjustment
  • Colour coded LCD to help interpret temperature
  • Large backlit LCD screen on the front panel
  • ExacTemp™ positioning system
  • Night light
  • Stylish new ergonomics and aesthetics
  • Separate memory button
  • Memory stores last 9 temperatures
  • Smart silver blue design
  • Practical storage case
  • Heated tip for better accuracy

* Reference: Herzog L., Philips S. Addressing Concerns About Fever. Clinical Paediatrics. 2011: 50 (no.5): 383-390.