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    Default Good digital ear thermometer

    I need a new digital eat thermometer as my old one is playing up. It was saying my temp was 36 then 38 and it also changed a few times for my son. Mine was the omron brand.

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    I just bought a Braun one the other week and it is fantastic. I paid over a $100 for a Brother Max and it was awful. The Braun cost $78 on special at The Chemist Warehouse and I wish I bought it sooner. It is very accurate and so easy to use. It is rated #1 from mums and doctors stated on the box

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    I have a braun too. Can't fault it.

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    Braun here too. I've had mine for about 9 years. It's fantastic.

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    Thanks!!

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    Braun all the way!

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    Braun! I've for omron and the no touch one and Braun is hands down the best and most accurate.

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    Omron's are horrible i haven't had mine very long and its never really worked but i lost the receipt and no one would help me with trying to get it to work or finding out what i was doing wrong. all GP's i've spoken to have reccommended the Braun ones

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    I'm looking for an ear thermometer too - looks like it will be a Braun one!!!

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    I have a Braun one too but maybe mine is faulty as it always gives me diff readings! It gives like a 2 degree differencw between each ear and sometimes even if i put it back in the same ear 10'secs later it gives a diff reading. Under arm digital thermometers are far more accurate and alot cheaper!


 

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