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  • posted byjainakash on 06/25/2014

    very good build quality. the packing was decent and it included the required 9v battery which was a plus and a pleasant surprise. Works well and can pick up the temperature instantly. very useful with a child since its contact less. can quickly take readings from forehead, neck, open mouth or behind ... Read more

    nicely packed good build quality nice display

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  • posted byericshigetomi on 01/12/2014

    Probably the best quality product I have purchased in Deal Extreme site. The product comes in a good quality box. The battery come in a sealed package and fully charged (alsmot all product that have purchased came with useless batteries). Also the product quality is above chinese standards. Finally it ... Read more

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  • posted byentitee on 06/05/2013

    Works well as a child non-contact thermometer for the range of human body temperature. Sensitivity is within acceptable tolerance levels. Build quality is not bad, and the battery is provided. Battery has lasted me quite a few months so that is good. There is a backlit screen for night readings. Have ... Read more

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  • posted bylrms73 on 04/13/2013

    Works quickly (less than 1 second). Can be used with low lighting. Doesn't need to be used in the ear. The display is easy to read. A 9V battery was included. Turns itself off automatically. Maybe the measurements fluctuate a bit, but it's acceptable for me (around 0.2 degrees Celsius, within the 0.3... Read more

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  • posted byxsandor on 02/26/2013

    + easy to use + easy to read display + Quick reading + Very suitable to use on children + Can be calibrated - Slightly narrow battery compartment - if you want to take the temperature of yourself on the earlobe can be difficult to "point" without using a mirror - If you want to calibrate it,... Read more

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  • posted bynimibachar on 02/02/2013

    Very easy to use - just point and "shoot" Has light on LCD for operating in the dark (let's say that you think your kid has fever at the middle of the night...) Memory of last 32 temperatures Measure in Celcius (I don't need F) Comes with a 9V battery Automatic shutdown You can measure both ... Read more

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  • posted bydsb777 on 02/01/2013

    Very fast body thermometer. Just pull the trigger and as soon as you hear the trigger clicked it already read the body temperature. Just make sure you have the correct distance from the subject, to keep it accurate. The Alarm is very useful and it can be adjusted to whatever limit you want is wonderful.... Read more

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  • posted byansector on 01/28/2013

    Very easy to use, just point and pull the trigger. It is used anywhere in the body. Reading very fast, nearly instantaneous. You can also measure the temperature of the milk before giving to your baby. With sound notification when reaches a setted temperature. Accuracy: ±0.2 degree C after calibration.... Read more

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  • posted byrenatobizaco on 12/19/2012

    Very easy to use, just point and pull the trigger. It is used anywhere in the body. Reading too fast, nearly instantaneous. You can also check the temperature of the milk and food before giving to your baby. Temperature range limited only to body temperature. Simple structure, it seems that breaking ... Read more

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  • posted bydanygise on 11/19/2012

    Good build quality. Especially like the rubbery finish, which provides good grip. It's pretty accurate too, within 1 degree C under the right conditions (see "other thoughts"). Good display. Battery is included nothing to say for the price Excellent for taking temperature remotely on any surface.... Read more

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