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Digital thermometers

VedoClear

With large display

A thermometer that gives
clear information.

WHAT IS IT?

A digital thermometer with a flexible probe, which is simple to use and easy to read thanks to the large display created in line with the DLS philosophy.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It measures your underarm, oral or rectal body temperature and communicates the reading in a simple and quick way. Underarm measurement lasts between 60 and 120 seconds.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

The large display makes it easy to see whether you have a fever or not. There's a memory feature that stores the last reading, and an audible alarm: the thermometer beeps at the end of the reading if the temperature is over 37.5°C. It's water resistant, and the batteries last for at least 1000 measurements.

IN WHAT FORMAT CAN YOU FIND IT?

The VedoClear thermometer comes in a practical transparent pack, which protects it and keeps it safe after use.

WHAT IS DLS DESIGN?

DLS stands for Design Language Solutions, the philosophy followed in the development of Pic products, responding to people’s specific needs and inspired by natural forms.Families told us they wanted simplicity, and we took up the challenge with our usual enthusiasm and passion.We've made many improvements to our products, and you can see and feel them for yourself. They include rounded forms, the predominant use of white, handles redesigned for intuitive comfort, clearly visible displays, smaller buttons for speed and ease of use, and clear, reassuring outlines.

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