Stacy Talks & Reviews: Easy@Home 3-in-1 Non-contact Infrared Thermometer

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Easy@Home 3-in-1 Non-contact Infrared Thermometer

Since receiving the Easy@Home 3-in-1 Thermometer I think I've had the opportunity to use it at least a dozen times. A few weeks ago my son was sick with an ear infection, my husband and I both got asthmatic bronchitis over the last week and my daughter has a chest cold. Yes it's been a bad few weeks around here. Lots and lots of nasty coughing and germs. Thankfully I have tools like this awesome thermometer to make life a little less stressful. With a simple press of the scan button (also the on button) I can take my daughter's temperature while she's resting. I don't have to wake her up or even touch her body to get her temperature. It's all done through infrared technology. You might notice that there is a sound indicator on screen, that can also be silenced if you're afraid even a beep may wake your sleeping beauty.

Just for kicks I thought it would be fun to take the surface temperature of our room thermostat and was pretty excited when the reading was pretty dead on with the same temperature!

1. Room Temperature
2. Surface Temperature
3. Body Temperature

Tri-Color Display:
The LCD display will show one of three colors based on the temperature. Not only does this display make reading temperatures easier in the dark, but the three colors indicate different ranges. A green display (<99.1°F (37.3°C)) indicates normal temperature, yellow display 99.3°F~100.2°F (37.4°C~37.9°C) indicates low-fever and red display >100.4°F (38°C) indicates high-fever.

How to Take Body Temperature:
1. Clear forehead area of any hair or perspiration.
2. In 'Body' mode (default), aim to the center of the forehead from a distance of 1.2" - 2".
3. Press the scan button and wait a second for the display to show the reading.

Buy it: You can purchase the Easy@Home 3 in 1 Non-Contact Infrared Forehead Thermometer on Amazon.
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