Exergen Temporal Scanner #Review


When your children are sick, you want to make sure you get the most accurate read on their temperature.  We all know with a high fever even a degree off can mean a big difference in how it’s treated.  The Exergen Temporal Scanner is the most accurate way to check your child’s temperature.  I’m sure you’re wondering why a temporal scanner is the best way to go, and it all boils down to simple science.  The temporal artery is directly connected to the heart via the carotid artery.  This means it has constant blood flow providing the most accurate reading.  I’ve seen these in hospitals for a long time and couldn’t wait to get one for our home.


Exergen has really created a product that is great for the whole family.  From newborn babies to the elderly, it’s a gentle, non-invasive way to get an accurate read.  This temporal scanner has a soft-glow display so you can check on you children at night without waking them.  When they’re under the weather they need rest, and now you won’t have to disturb that precious sleep for a temperature check thanks to Exergen.  There have been so many nights as a mom of 13 years where this would’ve saved my behind.  I’m so glad we have one now!  The beeper is also programmable so you won’t wake the kids with any noises, how perfect is that?  There is an 8 temperature memory recall mode so you can see how your child’s fever is progressing.

If you’re interested in learning more about the Exergen Temporal Scanner, click here for an educational pamphlet which includes a $5 mail in rebate!


***I did not receive any financial compensation, simply the product free to me in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion***


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