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Disposable Thermometers, 10 Per Box

Disposable Thermometers, 10 Per Box

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Disposable Thermometers, 10 Per Box
Part Number: 21-770
Ten pack of disposable thermometers. Convenient unitized box fits into any first aid kit. Sold as a box of 10. Perfect for standalone first aid or as a refill for a kit.

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  • Disposable Thermometers, 10 Per Box
  • Ten pack of disposable thermometers.
  • Convenient unitized box fits into any first aid kit.
  • Perfect for standalone first aid or as a refill for a kit.

Components may vary slightly from image.


Unit Size 4" x 2.25" x 0.75"
Length 4.00
Height 2.25
Width 0.75
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UPC 738743217705
Brand Pac-Kit
Weight 0.0200
Pieces in Kit 10
Disposable Thermometers, 10 Per Box is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for glove box or 1st aid kit! When you're somewhere you usually don't have access to a thermometer, and don't want to buy another one to add to the 6 you bought under similar circumstances, these are great. Great idea.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Convenient I really like the convenience of using these disposable thermometers. They can be placed in your purse, in a suitcase, and in a first aid box. They are easy to use and accurate.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the concept I love the concept but the numbers were hard to read. Maybe a reverse highlight so that the temp number pops better.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple and works I tried one to see how it worked and it worked great will be going in my camping gear.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy and Compact Great with kids on the go. Pack a few for a vacation.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! I didn't even know these existed. Such a great idea.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Totally Worthless I received my box of Disposable Thermometers today. Knowing that I was going to be writing this review, I started by examining the package and especially reading the directions. One thing I initially noticed was that the front of the package refers to "Oral or Axillary Use" but I'm not sure that most non-medical customers would know what "Axillary" means. The detailed instructions are on the back of the box. The Oral Use instructions were clear enough. On the back it says "Under Arm" instead of "Axillary Use" so I thought it might be OK, but then I read the instructions which say "Place under are with green dots deep in axilla" - between the misspelling of arm and the use of the technical term axilla, I thing the instructions are likely to confuse many customers. Then we have the instructions for "How to Read" these thermometers. The first step is "Remove thermometer." I really doubt many customers are likely to be trying to read the thermometer while it is still under the tongue or in someone's armpit, but OK, yes the first thing to do is to take the thermometer out of the patient's mouth or armpit. The next step is "Read temperature immediately." Again this seems a bit unnecessary, but OK maybe this is important if you happen to be somewhere that the room temperature is higher than the body temperature. Then we get to the serious part of the instructions for reading this thermometer: "The highest black dot indicates the correct temperature (see example)." Hmmm... Obviously you need to look at the example to make much sense of that. So I look at the picture on the box. In the picture, you can't actually see any black dots - you can see rows of GREEN dots and you have to figure out that the rows where you don't see any green dots are the "black dots" (which are completely invisible in the example picture). On the actual thermometer, you can tell where the other dots are - at least somewhat. I followed the directions for getting out one of the disposable thermometers and used it to take my own temperature orally. After just over a minute I took the thermometer out of my mouth and tried to read it. I found that I could not tell which were "black dots" and which were still green dots. Since I know I didn't have a fever of 105 degrees or more, I had to assume that all the dots significantly above 99 degrees must still be green - so OK all I need to do is compare the first few dots which must be black with the dots that I know must be green - Right? Wrong! All the dots look pretty much the same, except that a few seem to be partly black and partly green - but those dots are in the 99 degree row. The dots in the 96, 97, and 98 degree rows all look green to me. OK, let's try this again. I take out another disposable thermometer and carefully follow the directions, I even use my watch to ensure that I have the thermometer firmly under my tongue for a full one minute as instructed. I take it out and again immediately try to read the temperature. Again, I can't find rows of black dots. I understand how you are SUPPOSED to read these disposable thermometers. I have used similar disposable thermometers before. All the dots below your body temperature should turn black. All the dots above your body temperature should stay green. At worst there might be one dot that isn't clearly green or black, and that should be the one right about your body temperature. Maybe I just got a bad batch, but the Pac-Kit NexTemp disposable thermometers that I received were totally useless.
Date published: 2017-01-20
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