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Stress Less with Braun

Stress less about children’s fevers with new Braun Touchless + forehead.

The telltale grizzling, the hot-as-pancakes forehead… great, it’s fever time again.

The last thing you need now is the stress of a complicated or unreliable thermometer; the stress of trying to remember what’s a fever and what isn’t… and last but definitely not least, the stress of trying to wrangle an unwilling child into having their temperature taken in the first place!

Luckily fever experts Braun have come up with the ultimate child-friendly solution: the new Braun Touchless + forehead thermometer.

For the first time ever, Braun’s dual technology makes it possible to switch between “touch” and “touchless” mode – taking a reading from up to 5cm away from the forehead, but with ability to switch to the traditional forehead touch method for added peace of mind.

Restless baby?  Grabby toddler?  Child fallen asleep?  It’s super easy to take their temperature with the Braun Touchless + forehead.  And you know it’s accurate too, with Braun’s patented satellite sensor which captures 2 x more body heat from the forehead than other ‘no touch’ technology.

But that’s not all.  Braun’s new thermometer also features a ‘traffic-light’ style, colour-coded display which makes fevers simple to interpret.   No more agonising in the middle of the night about whether 38.2 is a high fever or not, because the colour background will tell you instantly (Red = high fever, Yellow = moderate fever, Green = normal).

And that pesky positioning?  Not an issue with Braun.  Like a car with parking sensors, the Touchless + forehead will alert you if the thermometer is correctly (or incorrectly) positioned via a series of beeps and a display on the screen – this further guarantees accurate results, every time.

So let’s count the ways you’re less stressed with Braun:  two super-fast modes of fever monitoring for even the grumpiest kind of sickie, guaranteed accuracy, instant fever analysis and positioning guidance that’s sleep-deprivation proof.  What could be simpler?