Measuring time: 60+/-10 seconds in oral 100+/-20 seconds underarm(for reference only, it differs form people to people).
Beeper function, Fever alarm feature.
Battery1.5V button battery (LR/SR-41).
Packing: plastic case, colored paper box, 10pcs/mid-box, 300pcs/ctn.
133x18x13mm;LCD: 20 x7mm
Digital Basal Thermometer
Women who are looking for the best digital basal thermometer are using fertility charts in an effort to conceive a child. These thermometers help indicate when a woman is ovulating by providing thermal data that allows her to chart when her temperature is the highest.
Her temperature is taken first thing in the morning, and for best results, about the same time every day. While body temperature varies, it should remain relatively consistent up until right before ovulation. At the onset of ovulation, she should see a rise in average temperature from.5 to 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit.
Her most fertile days are typically the day or two prior to her highest temperature, as her temperature should remain elevated for about three days. Using this method, a woman cannot necessarily predict when the ovulation will occur, but she will know from the first day forward that she has, indeed, ovulated.
The best digital basal thermometer are non-mercury thermometers, as mercury has been shown to be toxic and dangerous when exposed to the air and other elements. Mercury thermometers have become increasingly rare, and due to newer technology (such as the use of liquid alloys like galinstan) using one is not ever really necessary.
Furthermore, basal thermometers are relatively inexpensive, usually no more than $20 or so. They should always be certified for accuracy, with some reading up to 1/100th of a degree. Furthermore, some of the very best basal thermometers have a magnifying glass built-in, making it easy to read with less room for error.
Other functions, such as memory recall and peak temperature indicators, are nice bonuses that can make fertility charting much easier. However, these thermometers are often a tad more expensive, as the convenient applications would dictate.
Some basal thermometers are plastic, while others are glass. Plastic thermometers often have digital readings, and glass thermometers may look more like traditional mercury thermometers. While a woman could use any thermometer for fertility charting, basal thermometers are strongly recommended.
The best basal thermometers are far more accurate than average, and are specifically made for fertility charting. Finally, basal thermometers should be sturdy, family-friendly, and contain safety features making it difficult to break (particularly glass thermometers).
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