Product shows a "comfort zone" to help you gauge water temperature. Easy to read display. Can show either Celsius or Fahrenheit. Simple installation. Fits most standard baths. Includes an alarm. Works reliably. Company stands behind the product.
Measures water as it is coming out of the faucet, but will not continually take the temperature during the bath.
Reads water temperature often (every 2 seconds). Beeps when the temperature is too hot or too cold. Automatically turns off when taken out of the water. Works better than some others on the market.
Over time, water can get stuck inside this model and cause it to malfunction.
LED easy to read. Has alarm for too hot or too cold. BPA-free. Works well. Easy to store. Bright colored and fun. Turns on with movement. Accurate. Floats on top of the water.
The red light on this is a little small. The read time is a little slower than some others on the market.
Tells when water is too hot or too cold for comfort. LED display. Starts with a gentle shake. Works quickly. Good size. No sharp corners. Easy to use. Bright color. Doesn't take up much room in the tub.
The temperature tends to jump a bit. Tends to slow over time.
Has an automatic shutoff after 30 minutes. Holds up well, even when dropped. Fun and easy to use. Works as intended. BPA-free. Batteries included. Checks both room and bath temperature. Also comes in a duck and a turtle shape.
Only reads temperature every 10 seconds. Other bath thermometers read more often.
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A baby’s soft and tender skin is more sensitive to bath water temperatures than adult skin. Without a baby bath thermometer, it is easy to make water dangerously hot or too uncomfortably cold for baby. Thermometers monitor the water temperature, either as it leaves the faucet, or while water is sitting in the tub. Some come with alarms or lights to indicate when the water is not the right temperature. Baby bath thermometers can double as a bath toy in a friendly shape baby will enjoy using in the tub. Some more reliably measure the temperature than others. Look for how often the temperature updates, and if the thermometer will automatically shut off when not in use.