Boots Digital Thermometer Reviews
Product Type: Boots baby products
Newest Review: ... off. It comes with a long life battery, which has lasted well for me. It is a sealed unit, making it easier to wash and keep ... more
Customer Boots Digital Thermometer Reviews (19)
by - written on 07/02/12 (Very useful, 313 readings)
I think we were given this thermometer when our eldest daughter was a baby, well it's been sat in our kitchen drawer for what feels like a very long time, but has only recently been used to its full potential. I attempted using it a couple of times when my daughter was a baby with not much luck, so soon progressed onto a digital ear thermometer, which was much easier to use on a wriggling poorly baby. However, the battery supply has since depleted out on the ear thermometer that we own (see my Nurofen Digital Ear Thermometer review) and I have yet to replace them. So this Boots thermometer has been used quite a few times recently, and since my children are 3 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/04, updated on 25/04/05 (Very useful, 471 readings)
After surviving the 'season to be merry' for another year it's back to normal again but you can guarantee that one by one family members will start to feel all aches and pains, tired, clammy and get the shivers. Most of us over indulge during the festive season, too much to eat, too much to drink and too little sleep resulting in a weaker than normal immune system. In most cases we shrug off the lousy felling and get on with things, but it's always better to be safe than sorry. Is it just a case of over indulgence or could it be you or one of your loved ones is actually running a high temperature and needs medication. Some early ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
You may have guessed from some of my reviews that I can be a pretty paranoid mum! I put this down to being a first time and single mum and initially being totally clueless about babies!! When I was expecting, my mum bought me loads of things that I would need when I had my baby and one of those items was a digital thermometer. The thermometer came from Boots and cost £8.99 which may seem like a large amount to pay but she said that she had had years of use out of hers and they are indispensable. I think she bought it from Boots as they are a really reputable company and can be totally trusted. The box that the thermometer cam in was white with a picture of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/10 (Very useful, 247 readings)
I was aprehnesive about purchasing a digital thermometer but my midwife and health visitor insisted that these were a must have when you have a child and I feel as though I was slightly brainwashed into thinking I needed one for my daughter rather than actually needing one if that makes any sense. I pruchased the Boots Digital Thermometer. It was £7.99 when I purchased it but it has gone up slightly now to £8.99. It is made of a solid white plastic which narrows down to a metal tip which goes under your armpit or under your tongue. There is a digital display on the actual body of the thermometer with a small button just under it which you press when you want ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
As a mom of three young kids, I have a medicine cupboard chock full of all sorts of medicines and potions for every eventuality! One of the great, reliable products contained therein has to be the Boots digital thermometer, which I bought about 9 years ago, when my oldest son was a young baby. At the time, the thermometer cost about £7.99, and the product is still available today at the slightly higher price of £8.99. The product attracted me as I had a young baby and I wanted a reliable means of telling his temperature without having to resort to product containing glass or mercury. As a parent, you can usually rely on common sense to tell whether a ... Read the complete review
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