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Bluetooth Digital Thermometer connects wireless technology to your body parts

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It’s really amazing how far mobile technology has gone in penetrating our everyday life. Not content with just making phone calls, we can now use smartphones for just about everything you can think of, and then some. In fact some of these things are quite mind-blowing, especially when it comes to health care monitoring.

This Bluetooth Digital Thermometer features a wireless connection to your smartphone via a free Android app, the ability to display Celsius or Fahrenheit and a rechargeable battery with a charge time of 2 hours which delivers 48 hours use. This combination of phone and sensor means you can remotely monitor any temperature changes instantly, even from one country to another, which is pretty astounding.

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You can set it up to record temperature movements over time, and can even get it to send your phone an alarm if a temperature exceeds a pre-defined limit, which is definitely something you can’t do with an old fashioned Mercury glass stick. Most interesting of all is the fact that the price of all this wonder tech is a mere $17.98/£11.56.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


2 Comments

  • cant find any android app… looks like a scam ……

    • Chinavasion is a reputable Far Eastern supplier and wholesaler, so I doubt very much that it's a scam. The app may not be in Google Play, however, and may only be available via a product package download.

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