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Motorola CARE+ Non-contact SMART Forehead & Liquid Baby Thermometer (MBP75SN)

The Motorola CARE+ non-contact smart forehead gives families peace of mind when it comes to staying healthy. Conveniently measure forehead and liquid temperatures, such as milk or bath water by...
$89.00

Motorola CARE Non-contact Forehead & Liquid Baby Thermometer (MBP66N)

The Motorola Care non-contact forehead and liquid thermometer gives families peace of mind, when it comes to staying healthy. Conveniently measure forehead and liquid temperatures, such as milk or bath...
$59.00
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Shop Thermometers for Babies

 

When you suspect your baby is sick and have a fever, the first thing you reach for is the thermometer. We know how important it is that you be able to determine your child’s temperature, and our thermometers allow you to do just that. Having an accurate temperature reading allows you to decide whether you need to consult your healthcare provider and helps determine the severity of the child’s illness.

Non-Contact Thermometers for Babies

Taking your little one’s temperature can be a big feat if they aren’t feeling well, especially when you are trying to use a conventional thermometer. We offer some of the best non-contact thermometers that help alleviate the trouble of getting an accurate reading. Our non-contact thermometers allow you to find out your child’s temperature simply by swiping across their forehead. These thermometers are even safe to use on your precious newborn. Non-contact thermometers are extremely easy to use, and once following the proper instructions, they should make life as a parent much easier.

In addition to the ease of use, our non-contact thermometers are also compatible with the Hubble Connected app, which allows you to track temperature history, and easily monitor fevers over time.

How to Deal With Fevers in Babies

The average body temperature for a baby is around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. If you find that your child has a temperature between 98.6 and 100.4, you can consider this a low-grade fever, and keep them under a careful eye. You should always contact your pediatrician if you find any fever symptoms at all. Your pediatric physician is always the best resource for your child’s health.

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