Braun No Touch Forehead Thermometer


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  • Patented technology captures twice as much body heat to ensure accurate results;
  • Large, easy to read screen;
  • Color-coded fever guidance to track progression of fever;
  • Positioning system reduces user error;
  • Gentle LED light and on-screen indicators ensure accurate results
  • Large, easy to read screen


The new Braun No touch + Forehead thermometer gives you the convenience you had been waiting for. It’s the first ever thermometer with the convenience of two clinically proven options to take a temperature – completely non-invasive no touch, or the traditional forehead touch. It offers the same professional accuracy in either mode and is proven clinically accurate for all ages.

Get professionally accurate readings by holding the thermometer 2 inches (5 cm) away from the forehead, taking a non-invasive reading without waking your child in the night. The backlit, color coded display will let you know in a glance if the fever temperature is getting better or worse. There is even a setting that allows you to mute the sounds, ensuring that your little ones won’t be awoken by a single beep.

The No touch + forehead is quick and easy to use—simply position the thermometer between the eyebrows and EITHER hold on the forehead or up to 2 inches (5 cm)  away from the forehead. Press the temperature button and within 2 seconds, the large, color-coded screen will display the temperature. The Braun No touch + forehead thermometer is safe to use on all members of your family, but its non- invasive feature of taking accurate reading from even up to 2 inches (5 cm) makes it even more perfect for taking temperature on a sleeping child.

Comes with 6 months warranty

Temperature taking tips

  • A child’s normal temperature can be as high as 37.7 °C (99.9 °F) or as low as 36.1 °C (97.0 °F);
  • It is important to know each individual’s normal temperature when they are well. Take multiple readings when healthy to determine normal temperature;
  • Patient must be inside for 30 minutes before taking a measurement. Note: Patient and the thermometer should be in the same ambient temperature for at least 10 minutes;
  • Always hold the thermometer and the forehead steady when taking a reading. Do not move the thermometer until you hear the final beep. Don’t take a measurement while or immediately after nursing a baby;
  • Patients should not drink, eat, or be physically active before/while taking the measurement. Remove hats and wait 10 minutes before taking a measurement;
  • Before taking a measurement, remove dirt or hair from the forehead area. Wait 10 minutes after cleaning before taking measurement;
  • Always take the temperature exactly as directed. Temperature results may vary if positioned in the wrong location;
  • For patients measuring their own temperature, it is recommended to use the “touch” option instead of “no touch.”

Did you know?

Clinical research shows that the definition of fever changes with a child’s age.  What is fever in a newborn can be a normal temperature in a four year old (please refer to chart in photos).