Meet our cute little penguin bath and room thermometer.
This handy little penguin makes bath time super safe so you and your baby can have lots of fun without the worry. The easy to read LCD screen gives you a fast and accurate temperature reading. Simply tap the thermometer to switch it on then float it in the bath to check the temperature of the water. The recommended temperature is 37°C. The screen flashes red when the water is too HOT!
After bath time is over, simply take the thermometer with you to baby's nursery. It can stand upright on a flat surface (out of reach from baby) so you can check the temperature of the room at any time. The recommended temperature is 19°C.
If you love the look, check out the matching items available in our Penguin Nursery Collection.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: The thermometer is waterproof and can be cleaned using warm water and a mild detergent. Dry with a soft cloth. Other cleaning methods may damage the thermometer and should be avoided.
WARNING: Always use with adult supervision. Only operate in water when fully assembled according to instructions. Never put thermometer in boiling water. Important instructions enclosed inside product. Please read and retain for future reference.
How To Use
To turn on the thermometer, simply give it a tap or gently tap it against a firm surface. The digital screen will display an accurate temperature of the room or bath depending on what you are using it for. Please see the guidance for the best temperature for both babies bedroom and bath. To check the temperature of bath water, simply place the thermometer into the bath water. The temperature of the bath water should be approximately 98.6°F/37°C. If the bath water is too hot the thermometer will indicate this by a red flashing light and the screen will read 'HOT'.
Recommended room temperature is 19°C. Baby's bath water should be at a maximum of 37°C.
Replacing the battery: Open battery cover with a coin or flat head screwdriver [Fig 1]. Replace with new CR2032 Lithium battery ensuring negative side faces down and waterproof lining is in place [Fig 2], before securing the battery cover again.