- Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 3.3 x 3.3 cm ; 77.1 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 295 g
- Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: SCT01
- ASIN: B072LQFK3R
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 2 October 2017
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,267 in Health, Household & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health, Household & Personal Care)
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Nokia Thermo - Smart Temporal Thermometer
- High precision - FDA-cleared Thermo has 16 infrared sensors to provide a highly-accurate result
- Quick & easy - Ultra-fast measurement with color-coded fever indicator
- Sanitary - Non-invasive, no-contact measurement
- Automatic synchronization - Data from every measurement and health advice appear in the Thermo app automatically via Wi-Fi (iOS and Android)
- Multi-user friendly - Up to 8 users can access their personal temperature history with the ability to share with doctors
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An easier, better way to take anyone's temperature
Thermo is a game changer. Now a fast, simple, no-contact gesture yields the most precise temperature possible, and automatic sync with the dedicated app also allows you to track temperature readings, get reminders, and input related symptoms/medications right on your smartphone.
Thermo measures from the temporal artery, considered the best place to detect temperature changes, as the blood that circulates there comes from the body's core.
No mess. No fuss
An exceedingly simple scan across the forehead requires no contact with skin, making it the most sanitary way to take anyone’s temperature.
Readings appear illuminated on the device along with a colour-coded LED to tell you if the temperature is normal, elevated or high based on the user's age.
Know when to take action
Measurements sync automatically with your smartphone. Based on age, fever history, and symptoms, the Thermo app gives advanced health advice. And Boston Children’s Hospital provides Thermia, educational information on proper medications and dosages.
Comprehensive health journal
In addition to tracking temperature and symptoms, you can enter comments, medications, and photos in any user profile. This helps you see if the treatment is effective and allows you to have a complete history to share with a doctor.
For the whole family
Thermo supports up to eight users. Names will appear on the device, and once assigned, readings will appear in the correct profile inside the dedicated app.
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Based on the whole family getting sick over Christmas & the seamless experience of obtaining/collating relevant health data (temperature, photos, medication, etc), I'm very satisfied with the purchase & recommend the product for young growing families. My daughter treats the Thermo like a magic wand, so knowing that taking the kid's temperature won't be a nightmare experience for them is comforting.
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This might be the status quo with "smart" products, but it is seriously broken design. Nokia designers should know something about "progressive enhancement." A tool should do its basic job no matter what. If I later want to pair it with my smartphone, set up a tracking app / account: all of that should be optional enhancement.
Blocking the basic function of a tool is a design crime.
I've had this for a year, and it has now stopped working. It says to go to the website, which directs me to the app. I try to connect it and it says to make sure it is turned on and in range. It is both. I'm very disappointed in this expensive product.
I was hoping for a quick, reliable thermometer, and while it is quick, it is anything but reliable or accurate.
One of the two negative factors for this thermometer is the cost. I bought it only after it was substantially discounted, and even then the price was barely justifiable. But I do really like gadgets, and I'm overall happy with the purchase.
The other negative factor involves reliability. I compared readings from this one to a Braun in-ear model (chosen because both sense infrared intensity somewhere on the head--I wanted to keep it as close to "apples to apples" as possible). About 15% of the time (with an admittedly small sample size), the Withings gave a reading about a degree F higher than the Braun. The other times it was consistent (with the Braun never changing more than 0.5 degrees F. I realize that putting the sensor farther away from the object will inherently reduce reliability, but that's no excuse for such an expensive instrument.
Overall, I would make the purchase again, but I would be more excited if it were more reliable, had a rechargeable battery, or cost about 40% less than its current retail.