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Bath Thermometer RangeWelcome to Thermometers Direct – we have a wide range in bath thermometers. If you are looking for a bath thermometer, you have come to the right place.
Bath thermometersAre currently more popular than ever as people are becoming more aware of the importance of bathing children or the elderly at the right temperature.
Temperatures in a bath can be far too hot, and touch is not always an effective way to tell. The temperature in a bath can also decrease very quickly so a bath thermometer is imperative in a number of situations.
For many of us, temperature is a matter of choice, but for children who cannot talk and those who have special needs a bathroom thermometer is ideal to ensure that they are not in any discomfort.
Benefits of bath thermometersFamilies with small kids or those who are caring for people with special needs will find our range of bath thermometers ideal as they will help you draw the perfect bath. Furthermore, while they are having a bath, the thermometer will keep you up to date with the temperature. A baby or an adult with special needs may not be able to let you know if the temperature in the bath is too cold or hot, so a bath thermometer will help you stay on top of the temperature.
The perfect temperature for bathing is 37 degrees C to 38 degrees C as this is the ideal body temperature.
Another benefit of the bath thermometer is for those who have pets and use their bath to bathe them every so often. Run a shallow bath to find the right temperature, which should be just below the temperature above before draining it and using the showerhead to bathe your pet.
Types of Bath ThermometersThere are two types of bathroom thermometers, analogue and digital. If you do buy a buy either type of bath thermometer, make sure you take the time to check to see if it is water safe. Never bathe in water where a thermometer has been used that is not waterproof.
Our ranges of specialist bath thermometers are all resistant to water, which is a key characteristic in the range of bath thermometers. Those that are not water resistant would not only break, but have the capacity to leak unsafe substances into the water.
Digital thermometers are a lot different to analogue models as they display easier to read results and tend to have more features available. Furthermore, their measuring range is generally higher than the analogue models. They also tend to be more accurate, and have the capacity to turn themselves off to save battery life, but are also more expensive. Generally, the battery of a bath thermometer will last for at least two years, many last for more.
Characteristics of Bath ThermometersAll bath thermometers are water and humidity proof as standard, which means that they can be used even in the hottest of conditions.
Their design is also slightly varied from that of a regular thermometer. They have to be a bit different to ensure that they are safe to use in the water. While digital thermometers are easier to read, analogue bathroom thermometers are clear as well.
Many bath thermometers come with a limited warranty, generally 1-2 years depending on the manufacturer and the release date.
Inevitably, depending on price, some units are sturdier than others and more complex in functionality. Some models are not just used for baths, but for swimming pools or saunas. These more advanced models tend to respond quicker, have a higher temperature range and withstand constant use.
Some also have the capacity to freeze and hold a reading, while others can store both highest and lowest readings at set intervals. The simplest bath thermometers will just show you the reading, but the reality is, due to the advancements in technology, there are a number of options available.
Reasons why you should shop from Thermometers Direct
Bathroom thermometers can be purchased from a variety of locations, but it is a lot easier to order them online. At Thermometers Direct, we feature a wide selection of analogue and digital bath thermometers, which come in various styles and colours and from different manufacturers. Regardless whether you prefer pure white or light blue, you can find the suitable thermometer on our site.
Another benefit of shopping with Thermometers Direct is that we have a sizeable warehouse, which means we tend to have thousands of units in stock at any one time. We also update our stock in real time.
The exact number of units that we have in stock is shown on the item page – our aim is to stop you from buying something that we do not have.
We order such a high quantity of units so that we can get top discounts from the manufactures. We can bring these savings to you. Our aim is to offer the cheapest bath thermometers on the market.
Last but not least, those who shop from Thermometers Direct and live in UK benefit from free delivery on orders over £65. Therefore, if you want to buy one of our higher-end bath thermometers or several items across our site, you can take advantage of this offer.
We also show VAT in the order price, unlike others who try to hide it until as late as possible. Therefore, the price you see on every page is the price you pay. We then break down how much the item is EXC VAT on the product page. There are no hidden surprises on our site.
Our range of thermometers featured on our site will be dispatched to UK consumers in just a few days (many the same day). If you live in Europe, delivery is maximum two weeks.
At Thermometers Direct, our ranges of thermometers are on offer for cost-effective prices from a reliable company. Therefore, as well as bath thermometers, we also offer a range of other thermometers like; cooking thermometers, fridge thermometers and pipe thermometers among others. We are your one-stop shop for all your thermometer needs, and this is why we are market leader in this field.
Monday, 19 June 2017 | Sara
Excellent advice and brilliant service
Saturday, 17 June 2017 | Robert
Absolutely ideal thermometer to accompany your BBQ for perfect cooking.........once you have visited youtube to find out how to use it. The included operating instructions are just hopeless.
Saturday, 17 June 2017 | Martyn