Kinsa Digital Smart Ear Thermometer for Baby, Kid and Adult

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KINSA SMART EAR THERMOMETER

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Here’s the thermometer in the package:

It comes with a Quick Start Guide, instruction booklet, thermometer, batteries, and a cover for the part that goes in the ear.

I downloaded the Kinsa app onto my phone and followed the instructions on the Quick Start Guide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The units switch was already set to Fahrenheit.

I put the batteries into the thermometer and replaced the cover.

I turned it on and I paired it with my phone.

I called a kiddo over…

…and took her temperature in one second.

I added her info into the app. Her info is recorded in her profile and the history is saved. If I was taking her temperature because she had a fever, I would be able to note in the app all the information below.

 

 

 

 

 

And there’s a storage cap to keep things clean.

All the instructions were easy to follow. I love that the batteries were included. As you can see from the screenshots, it took about 10 minutes for me to set up and take the temperature.

We haven’t had to use this for any illnesses so, besides the normal temperature that my kiddo has, I can only say it is accurate for this experience. I love that the thermometer is synced/connected directly to the app so that the information is stored and I don’t have to recall from memory when something happened or the last time a dose of medication was given to a child. I could easily show a doctor a record of how my child has been doing since there is a history documented.

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