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Get results faster than ever with a Veridian 2-Second Digital Thermometer! This thermometer uses R.A.T.E (Rapid Accurate Temperature Establishment) 4G Technology which uses a unique sensor to read the heat flowing from the blood vessels, and accurately translates it into body temperature. With just the press of a button and 2 seconds of your time, this Veridian digital thermometer provides clinically accurate readings. A soft, flexible comfort tip is suitable for taking measurements through oral, rectal, or underarm use. A dual color backlit display will illuminate a green backlight for normal temperatures and a red backlight when a fever is present. The thermometer includes a peak temperature tone as well as a memory recall of the most recent reading. It shuts off automatically after use, and features a low-battery indicator so you always know when you need a replacement. Perfect for impatient kids, and adults! Take temperatures before they know it with a Veridian 2-Second Digital Thermometer.
*Veridian 2-Second Thermometer provides clinically accurate results with a fast 2-second readout
*Unique sensor reads and translates heat flowing from the blood vessels into body temperature
*Dual-color backlight shows green for normal results and red for a fever
*Peak temperature tone with measurements available in Fahrenheit or Celsius
*Latex-free with a soft, flexible comfort tip ideal for oral, rectal, or underarm use
*Automatic shut-off feature with a low-battery indicator for easy battery life monitoring
*Memory recall brings up the most recent reading to track temperature changes