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Digital thermometers

VedoFluo

Fluorescent, to find it in the dark

3 luminous colours
to help measure fevers.

WHAT IS IT?

VedoFluo is a fluorescent digital thermometer with a rigid probe which follows the DLS philosophy, as shown in its stylish design and high-impact colours. It's suitable for all tastes and ages.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It helps you to measure fever quickly and easily by taking your body temperature. With its fun, brightly coloured design, it's perfect to take with you when you travel, including holidays.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

VedoFluo lights up in the dark, so you can easily find it in dark rooms or during the night.And it's completely allergen free, because the probe has no metal parts. There's even an alarm that sounds if you have a fever.

IIN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND IT?

VedoFluo comes in a protective case, so you can put it away after use.It's available in 3 luminous colours: blue, yellow, and green.

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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