Exergen recently revamped their Exergen Temporal Thermometer, which I reviewed last year (read the review: In Jenn’s Bag: Exergen Temporal Scanner Artery Thermometer), so that it has a few new and great features:
- Smart Glow: a soft backlit display ensures that you’ll be able to read the temperature in any type of lighting — even dark bedrooms
- Programmable Beeper: turn the indicator beeps on or off
- Temperature Memory: the thermometer automatically saves the last 8 readings so you can check on fever progression
- Programmable Temperature: choose between Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C)
For the last few years we’ve preferred the Exergen Temporal Thermometer to all other thermometers because of how quick and easy it is to use, and how accurate and consistent the temperature readings are. Just a quick glide of the thermometer across the forehead, and the temperature reading is complete! The added features to the Temporal Thermometer make it even more convenient: when my children are sick, I don’t want to disturb them by turning on lights and unnecessary noise. The orange backlit display enables me to keep the lights off, and I can turn off the volume so that the thermometer doesn’t give off even a single beep. It’s easy to see why this is such a popular thermometer, and not just among parents. Did you know that Inc. Magazine even named the Exergen Temporal Thermometer as one of the smartest products of the decade? You can read that article here (.PDF file).
With cold & flu season almost at our door, now’s a good time to make sure you have an accurate, working thermometer in the house. The Exergen Temporal Thermometer is around $30 at many retailers both offline and online. You can find this thermometer wherever other health care products are sold.