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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Kidz+Med No touch Thermometer Review & Giveaway

I was very excited when I found out I was going to be reviewing the Kidz+Med Thermometer from ASR Family (American Scientific Resources). This Thermometer can be used for so many things! It has 3 "modes": 

  • Body- Measures body temp, like an average thermometer, only faster.
  • Room- Measures the ambient temperature of a room.
  • Surface- (My favorite) Measures the temperature of any surface!
See it in action here:

Review Score (details): 
1. Does it do what it claims? Yes. Temps were accurate and instantaneous! 
2. Is it easy to use? Yes. Literally just the click of a button. Super easy to use!
3. Is it a good value? Yes. You can find the Kidz+Med no-contact thermometer at many retailers. Find one close to you here. They cost around $40. I believe for all it does it's definitely worth it!
4. Is it safe? Yes. Completely safe. Every household needs a thermometer, let it be this one to save you time and energy!
5. Is it durable? Yes. The body of the thermometer seems very well made and durable. With the added pouch you have even more protection for it!

Overall score: 5/5 Stars for Kidz+Med!
     ASR Family has offered my readers a chance to win a Kidz+med No-Contact Thermometer!

Giveaway details:
  • Please read the rules before entering!
  • Mandatory entries must be completed for all others to count.
  • Entries will be verified!
  • Winner will have 48 hours to respond or an alternate will be chosen.
  • Giveaway ends November 1st Midnight Pacific time.
  • By commenting you are agreeing to the rules of this giveaway. (found here)


  1. could really use this for my 1 yr old

  2. I would hold it up to a fridge or freezer to check the temperature and make sure it's working right, same temp. throughout, efficient, and so on.

  3. great ideas! keep them coming! thanks for following!

  4. If it's touchless, it could be used for air temps, too!
    kcoud33 at gmail dot com

  5. It could be used to check temps at a bbq so you would know when stuff needs to go back to the cooler!

  6. The temperature of a room in the winter

    Jeana O'donnell-Murphy

  7. I follow via GFC
    Jeana O'donnell-Murphy

  8. To check the room temperature! :)


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