The no-touch forehead thermometer with instant readings was just discounted for the first time

infrared forehead thermometer

The iHealth Infrared No-Touch Forehead Thermometer is just plain awesome. Hold this sleek device close to your forehead (or a child's forehead) without touching it, tap the button on the back, and you get an impressively accurate temperature reading in less than one second. It's worth twice its regular retail price of $26.99, but a 20% coupon on Amazon gives this iHealth thermometer its first discount ever ahead of Black Friday 2018, dropping the price to just $21.59.

iHealth Infrared No-Touch Forehead Thermometer for Baby, Kids and Adults,1-Second Instant Read…: $21.59

Here are the bullet points from the product page:

  • iHealth Thermometer PT3 is an infrared No-Touch forehead thermometer that gives you 1-second testing to know the current body temperature of someone you care.
  • High precision: ultra-sensitive infrared sensor measures IR energy emitted from the forehead and collects more than 100 data points per second.
  • Fast testing in just 1 second, get reading instantly.
  • Safe & Hygienic. No-Touch design, non-invasive measurement.
  • Gentle vibration to alert when a reading completed. No annoying beeps.
  • Hold. Aim. Press. Only 3 steps to test, easy for self-measurement.
  • Readable at night with LED backlit.
  • FDA Listed and Medical CE Approved and meets ASTM E19650-98 performance standards.

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