© Nanny’s Choice 2020         Internet Business Specialists Limited Incorporated in England & Wales         Company No.7998988
Non - Contact Baby Thermometer
Email:  support@nannys-choice.com
The Nanny’s Choice Thermometer has been one of Britain’s most popular baby thermometers for many years. It is operated a few inches from the forehead without the need for it to touch the baby, thus avoiding disturbing its sleep or the distress of something poked into ears, or other body parts. Our thermometers have been in service with tens of thousands of families, for babies; young children and vulnerable adults, as well as in educational and medical facilities. During the early coronavirus lockdown period, it was chosen by thousands more families, nurseries, care homes and medical facilities as the perfect tool to check body temperature, without the risk of cross-infection by contact. This very high demand exhausted even our substantial stock and the temporary shutdown of the manufacturing plant made restocking impossible for some time. Meanwhile, the covid-induced demand has brought to the market a flood of lower quality alternative products. We have taken the decision to suspend the marketing of our Nanny’s Choice thermometer at this time. We apologise to all those who have wished to buy our product recently, often as a result of personal experience or recommendation from friends and colleagues.  
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Thermometer Operating Instructions
Full instructions are shipped with each thermometer, but in case you have mislaid them, please see the following instructions to ensure correct operation.
Before First Use: Remove the thermometer from its travel case, slide open the back of the thermometer and fit the batteries, being careful to check they are the right way round. Leave the thermometer for about 15 minutes to acclimatise to the room temperature. It must know room temperature to calculate body temp. In Future: If you move the device to warmer or cooler location, particularly if it has been outdoors, such as in a car, allow the unit to acclimatise for 15 minutes before use, with storage box open. Set Mode and Units: Press the Scan button to switch on. The display may show “- - -” or “Lo”. Either is OK. Press the Mode button to step through 3 modes: Select from Body, Surface, or Room. Press C/F button to set your preferred temperature units: Celsius or Fahrenheit. Surface Temperature Mode: Do NOT allow contact with any liquid. This is a non- contact unit. Measure bath water from 3 to 5cm above water surface. If the water is very hot, steam may condense on the lens and misread. Measure milk either 3 to 5cm above surface in open bottle, or allow bottle to warm up to match milk temperature, then measure the outside of the bottle from 3 to 5cm away. Room Temperature Mode: Measure ambient temperature by pointing the sensor into the air, away from walls, heaters, lamps or draughts. Click and release the Scan button to read air temperature. If moved from a much different temperature, allow 15 minutes for the thermometer to acclimatise.
Measuring Body Temperature: Ensure the patient’s forehead is not covered by hair, clothing or sweat. Avoid draughts from air conditioning, windows, or fans. Set Body mode. This is the default mode. Hold the sensor-end of the device between 1.2” and 2” (3 - 5cm) from the forehead, and pointed squarely at it. See illustration below. Press and release the Scan button and continue to hold the device in position. After a second or two, the device will beep quietly, to indicate a reading completed. Once you are familiar with this short pause, use the small switch on the side of the unit to turn off the beep, if you prefer silent operation. The body temperature is displayed on the screen, which will be colored Green, Yellow, or Red to indicate Normal, slightly Elevated, or Fever state. If you want to take more readings, wait 15 seconds to reset between each. The device stores up to 32 readings, which you recall by pressing the Mem button. The thermometer switches off automatically after 30 seconds, to save battery power. Further instructions on how to get maximum benefit from this versatile device are in the User Guide. Please take a few minutes to read it.
If you have any questions or problems concerning our thermometers, please get in touch. We will be pleased to assist you. The best way to contact us is by email We endeavour to respond to all emails within 24 hours support@nannys-choice.com

Contact Nanny’s Choice

Internet Business Specialists Limited Incorporated in England & Wales © Nanny’s Choice 2020         Company No.7998988
Non - Contact Baby Thermometer
Email:  support@nannys-choice.com
The Nanny’s Choice Thermometer has been one of Britain’s most popular baby thermometers for many years. It is operated a few inches from the forehead without the need for it to touch the baby, thus avoiding disturbing its sleep or the distress of something poked into ears, or other body parts. Our thermometers have been in service with tens of thousands of families, for babies; young children and vulnerable adults, as well as in educational and medical facilities. During the early coronavirus lockdown period, it was chosen by thousands more families, nurseries, care homes and medical facilities as the perfect tool to check body temperature, without the risk of cross- infection by contact. This very high demand exhausted even our substantial stock and the temporary shutdown of the manufacturing plant made restocking impossible for some time. Meanwhile, the covid-induced demand has brought to the market a flood of lower quality alternative products. We have taken the decision to suspend the marketing of our Nanny’s Choice thermometer at this time. We apologise to all those who have wished to buy our product recently, often as a result of personal experience or recommendation from friends and colleagues.  
Thermometer Operating Instructions
Full instructions are shipped with each thermometer, but in case you have mislaid them, please see the following instructions to ensure correct operation.
Before First Use: Remove the thermometer from its travel case, slide open the back of the thermometer and fit the batteries, being careful to check they are the right way round. Leave the thermometer for about 15 minutes to acclimatise to the room temperature. It must know room temperature to calculate body temp. In Future: If you move the device to warmer or cooler location, particularly if it has been outdoors, such as in a car, allow the unit to acclimatise for 15 minutes before use, with storage box open. Set Mode and Units: Press the Scan button to switch on. The display may show “- - -” or “Lo”. Either is OK. Press the Mode button to step through 3 modes: Select from Body, Surface, or Room. Press C/F button to set your preferred temperature units: Celsius or Fahrenheit. Surface Temperature Mode: Do NOT allow contact with any liquid. This is a non- contact unit. Measure bath water from 3 to 5cm above water surface. If the water is very hot, steam may condense on the lens and misread. Measure milk either 3 to 5cm above surface in open bottle, or allow bottle to warm up to match milk temperature, then measure the outside of the bottle from 3 to 5cm away. Room Temperature Mode: Measure ambient temperature by pointing the sensor into the air, away from walls, heaters, lamps or draughts. Click and release the Scan button to read air temperature. If moved from a much different temperature, allow 15 minutes for the thermometer to acclimatise.
Measuring Body Temperature: Ensure the patient’s forehead is not covered by hair, clothing or sweat. Avoid draughts from air conditioning, windows, or fans. Set Body mode. This is the default mode. Hold the sensor-end of the device between 1.2” and 2” (3 - 5cm) from the forehead, and pointed squarely at it. See illustration below. Press and release the Scan button and continue to hold the device in position. After a second or two, the device will beep quietly, to indicate a reading completed. Once you are familiar with this short pause, use the small switch on the side of the unit to turn off the beep, if you prefer silent operation. The body temperature is displayed on the screen, which will be colored Green, Yellow, or Red to indicate Normal, slightly Elevated, or Fever state. If you want to take more readings, wait 15 seconds to reset between each. The device stores up to 32 readings, which you recall by pressing the Mem button. The thermometer switches off automatically after 30 seconds, to save battery power. Further instructions on how to get maximum benefit from this versatile device are in the User Guide. Please take a few minutes to read it.
If you have any questions or problems concerning our thermometers, please get in touch. We will be pleased to assist you. The best way to contact us is by email We endeavour to respond to all emails within 24 hours support@nannys-choice.com

Contact Nanny’s Choice