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Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N

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Background

Back in October 2022, while walking around a shopping mall after lunch, I noticed the Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N was displayed outside a store. It was on sale selling at 39.90 SGD. Since I passed my Xiaomi Mijia iHealth Thermometer over to my in-laws as they needed to use it, I decided to walk into the store and purchase it.

The Stuff

The Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N design is similar to many non-contact thermometers on the market. It is able to take readings in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. It uses 2 x AAA size batteries which are provided in the packaging.

Here are some features that were described on the packaging:

- Measures forehead, liquid and food temperatures

- Readings within 1 inch of forehead, liquid or food

- High temperature alert

- Accurate one second readings (± 0.4°F/± 0.2°C)

- Recommended for babies

- FDA medical certified for safety and accuracy

- Night time mode

- Large backlit LCD screen display

- Saves up to 30 temperature readings

- Automatically powers off

- Low battery alert

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N box
The Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N box

The thermometer itself
The thermometer itself

The contact point to aim
The contact point to aim

Battery compartment at the back of the thermometer
Battery compartment at the back of the thermometer

Display after taking a reading
Display after taking a reading

Usage and Experience

I have used the Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N for a month since this post. What I like is that I can take temperatures other than just body temperature. I tried to randomly take room temperature by pressing on an open area. It shows a reading which I believe is accurate.

The night time mode is like a "silent mode" for the thermometer. There will not be a beep sound when a reading is taken.

Although it says baby thermometer, it can be used for adults too.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, the Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N is a good thermometer to have at home in my opinion. If you are interested in this stuff, you can click on the links below:

Motorola Care 3-in-1 Non-Contact Baby Thermometer MBP66N on Amazon*

Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Amazon: