Can anyone reccomend a thermomaters that is inexpensive but works. I bought three different digital themomaters in the past week and none of them have worked (they all start at around 90 degrees and give readings of 95 degrees even when put in hot water). I don't want to spend $50 on a thermomater, but it is winter and I have kids so I need to be able to take their temps. I used a mercury one with my older daughter (I know the risks, so no lectures please) but I lost it and they don't sell them anymore, only these piece of crap digital things that do not work.Answer Question
Answer by mamaada at 10:56 AM on Nov. 18, 2009
Answer by Gailll at 10:57 AM on Nov. 18, 2009
I tested them several different ways. I doubt everyone in my family has a temp of exactley 95 degrees. I thought it might be batteries too, but three different ones? It is just weird.
Answer by lilysmom2607 at 11:03 AM on Nov. 18, 2009