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01. 13. 2006

BebeSounds remote fever thermometer

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Did you know that taking a temperature reading from the abdominal area is almost as accurate as taking it orally? The BebeSounds remote fever thermometer allows you to clip the device onto the baby's diaper or the waistband of pajamas to monitor the temperature of your baby. A monitor unit on the parent's side will sound off if a certain temperature is reached to alert you of a rising fever. This is certainly useful for the overnight hours when you don't want to wake a sick, sleeping baby while carefully trying to take his/her temperature. I mean, would you want to wake up to find a thermometer sticking out of certain places from your body? I didn't think so.

On sale for $49.95 at Babies 1st.

Posted by Jenna    Category: bath/health
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