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Peppa Pig Digital Thermometer

Product code: GSPP07
(incl VAT)
Out of stock
Peppa Pig Digital Thermometer calms kids in an instant! Printed with a friendly picture of Peppa Pig to help relax kids and make temperature readings easier to take. Includes a flexible tip for oral, rectal or underarm use, ideal for general first aid at home, or away.
  • Fast 10 second response.
  • Washproof and shock proof.
  • Last temperature recall.
Keep out of reach of children. Adult supervision required. The British Medical Association recommends the 'value' that represents 'normal' body temperature is 37°C (98.6°F). However there is a variation between different people. A child's body temperature may vary between 36°C (96.8°F) and 37.5°C (99.5°F). If the temperature goes over 39.9°C (102.2°F) or remains above 'normal' for more than two days seek medical advice.

Consult your doctor if you have any concerns about your child's health.