I have 3 children and we love to travel and spend time outdoors in nature. Because there are so many of us, we have three times less time to do everything than a family with one child. For our medicine cabinet, we recently got a USB thermometer from Misura
I’m thrilled with it, where does a traditional digital thermometer go. Its size is ahead of probably all infrared thermometers on the market. Until recently, we used a special baby infrared thermometer that had several measurement options: it took sleep temperature, ear temperature and surface temperature. But the results were so inaccurate that I had to take control measurements with a conventional digi thermometer. Not to mention that it cost twice as much as this USB thermometer. The measurement is done by simply connecting it via the phone at the point where the phone is charging. Basically, you just need to pin the thermometer to your phone and it’s ready to measure immediately
The controls are so simple that even our kids can use the thermometer. Just point it at the center of the forehead and the result is instantly displayed on the screen. We have tried measuring the whole family several times in a row and it seems to measure really accurately. It’s small, so we can easily pack it on all our trips. In fact, the thermometer is the first thing I reach for when I suspect one of the kids is sick. The instructions say you can also measure from sleep and ear, but we haven’t needed to yet. Personally, I’ve tried using the thermometer to measure the surface temperature of the baby bath water and even the milk in the baby bottle. I think this measurement was also correct, but the thermometer is not designed for that. It measures between 32-42 degrees, so it is primarily designed to measure human body temperature
When buying one, I just recommend that you be careful of the end connector that the thermometer has. There isn’t one universal one because every phone has a different connection to the charger.