It is now more important than ever to ensure that our loved ones do not get sick. That is why you need to keep your temperature in check and one way to do that is to use Fever Patrol.
In this article, I will go over the reasons why this particular thermometer is selling out fast and why you need to buy one as soon as possible.
What is It?
Fever Patrol is a no-touch baby thermometer that makes use of infrared to know their temperature- if they have a fever or not.
It is definitely a much better approach than using traditional baby thermometers simply because the latter usually make babies uncomfortable.
This no-contact way of knowing your baby’s temperature will allow you to know if they are okay or not.
The product is safe to use and it is clinically proven to work better than other similar thermometers in the market.
Why Do You Need This?
As parents, it is important to know if your child is suffering from a medical condition or not. Fever is one of the ways our bodies tell us if there is something wrong inside.
You see, whenever foreign pathogens like viruses and bacteria invade our bodies, our immune systems are hard at work to eliminate any possible threat.
Increasing our body temperature not only gets rid of these pathogens but it is also a sign that your immune system is hard at work.
Now, while it is a natural bodily process, it still wouldn’t give us peace of mind because if your baby does have a fever, then that means that there is something wrong and you should seek medical attention immediately.
While you can do the manual approach of using your hand to tell if your baby has a fever or not, that way is not the most effective.
Sure, you can turn to baby thermometers, but your newborn may not like the sensation of something hard put in their mouths or armpits. That is why parents usually struggle to hold their baby down to get a more accurate temperature reading.
That is where Fever Patrol comes in. Since it uses a no-touch technology by utilizing infrared light, you could instantly find out if your baby has a fever or not. It is proven safe and effective, so there really is nothing to worry about.
What Makes This Product Special?
There are many things that make Fever Patrol so much better than other similar products on the market.
When checking your baby’s temperature, this product will show you different colors telling you if your baby’s temperature is in the normal range or not.
If the result is green, then your child is safe and there is nothing to worry about. If the result is yellow, then your baby has a slight fever and if it shows you the red indicator, then that means that they are experiencing high fever.
This makes it easier for parents to know if their child is suffering from a condition or not and allows them to get medical help immediately.
This is another major feature that Fever Patrol has. It allows you to store up to 64 previous results in its internal memory.
The said feature is great because it allows you to compare past results and see if the condition of your child is improving or not.
3.More Accurate Scanner
While there are other similar products on the market, their sensors are not accurate at all. In fact, you’d have to do 3-5 more scans just to make sure that you are getting the right reading.
With this product, all you need is one scan and that’s it. You can even test it out for yourself. You get consistent and reliable results each and every time.
How to Use It?
Fever Patrol is a thermal scanner that is made for babies and small children. But, that is not its only use-case as you can also utilize the said product to scan objects as well.
That being said, assuming that you are going to get your child’s temperature reading, you should set the device to ‘Body’ mode.
After choosing the appropriate mode, point the scanner to your child’s forehead and then press the trigger on the opposite side where your index finger is usually placed.
In just a few seconds, you will get a temperature reading and it will automatically be stored in the device’s memory. It is that simple!
While there are certainly other baby thermometers out there, nothing is better than Fever Patrol. Its no-contact technology makes the entire process of knowing your child’s temperature quick and painless.
Because of the recent pandemic, this baby thermometer is selling out quickly. When you purchase this device, all you have to do is make an initial deposit of $14 and you can pay the rest later.
Fever Patrol is arguably the best approach to taking consistent, reliable, and accurate temperature readings of your child.
Amazon Echo Studio Review- The Bigger ‘Echo’ Speaker That Competes
Amazon, the biggest online retailer in the world, has created its own AI implementation in the form of the Amazon Alexa.
It is actually quite polished and it can go against Apple’s Siri and Google’s own AI. That being said, the company has released some ‘Echo’ speakers that not only act as Bluetooth audio devices but as smart devices as well.
Today, I am going to be reviewing the Amazon Echo Studio. Does this thing really have what it takes to compete with the others?
One of the biggest criticisms of Amazon’s Echo speakers of the past is that although its smart features are okay, their sound output leaves much to be desired. As a way of addressing the issue, Amazon has built the Echo Studio.
The Amazon Echo Studio is pretty big. It is 8 inches in height and 7 inches wide so this is indeed a pretty hefty audio solution. In fact, I would go on to say that this is one of the biggest Bluetooth speakers on the market.
Its design is pretty much akin to the Amazon Echo speakers of old. You get a fabric mesh design that encapsulates the speaker itself with all of its button controls situated at the top of the device.
You also get a blue ring light that will pretty much add to the aesthetic appeal of the unit. The microphone is also placed at the top and it is always on ‘listening mode’ so that whenever you want to interact with Alexa, it can do so at a moment’s notice.
Although you cannot see it, the Amazon Echo Studio is actually powered by a subwoofer, a tweeter, and four mid-range speakers that are mounted at the top and the sides. This thing is a beast as it can output 330 watts of power when needed, which is ample enough even for home cinema setups.
The Amazon Echo Studio is quite a powerful Bluetooth speaker. No matter what genre of content you’d like to consume, this thing can output the necessary sound to make your viewing experience more immersive.
I am usually keen on an audio solution’s performance when it comes to playing music and I am happy with the Echo Studio’s prowess.
Although it favors the lower frequencies more than the mids and the highs, it does so without drowning the latter two, which is something that you normally do not see on large Bluetooth speakers.
An interesting feature that the Amazon Echo Studio has is its support for 3D Audio. You will need to sign in to your Amazon Music HD account before you can get a hold of this feature and it is the only platform that supports the Echo Studio’s 3D Audio. Amazon did mention that it will hand out support for other streaming platforms at a later date though.
So, how is the speaker’s performance on that front? Well, I am not really sure what to think about it as I have mixed feelings about the said feature.
3D audio is meant to provide a more immersive listening experience but I can hardly tell the difference between traditional Hi-Res audio and this one.
I guess you could say that for tracks that have a more melodic tone that you can discern a 3D audio-enabled track from a regular track, but other than that, non-audiophiles can hardly tell the difference.
To be fair, the said feature is still not polished yet, so expect it to improve in the years to come.
The Amazon Echo Studio also has seamless integration with the Amazon Fire TV Stick, though it does support all other streaming services like Netflix and Hulu as well.
You are also given the option to link up another Amazon Echo Studio speaker so that you can have them work in tandem to provide you with even better sound. I do not have a second unit though, so I cannot really tell anything about this. But, the feature is there if you want to get another unit.
Aside from 3D audio, the Echo Studio also acts as a control hub for your smart devices. You can use Alexa to turn off your lights at a specific time of the night or you can have it play your favorite track if you want. The possibilities are endless.
Do keep in mind that while it should support most of the smart home devices that you can buy on the market, there are some products that do not play ball.
For instance, some smart locks can only be supported using Apple’s Siri, so you cannot control that using this device.
You can also link up a second Echo Studio speaker if you have one and you can use both of them to provide you with an even more powerful and more immersive listening experience.
You can control the speaker’s features by manually tapping on the buttons at the top of the device or by downloading its companion app.
Amazon has finally solved the issue of the Amazon Echo speakers of the past by giving you a relatively large speaker that can do a lot of things.
The Amazon Echo Studio has support for 3D audio, but you will need to have an Amazon Music HD account to get a hold of the said feature.
You can also use the speaker to control your smart home devices which is pretty nice. The microphone is always on listening mode so that you can call Alexa’s attention at a moment’s notice.
Normally, I would expect a product like this to cost more than $300, but the Amazon Echo Studio actually costs just $199. I guess getting another one is not too far out of the equation, eh?
Apple Watch SE Review- The Apple Watch to Get for Most People
People would always assume that if a product comes from Apple that you need to spend quite a bit of money compared to its competitors. For the most part, that is actually true, but not for the product that I am going to review today.
In this article, I will be talking about the Apple Watch SE. Find out why I think this is the Apple Watch to get for most people.
The Apple Watch SE is set to be an entry-level smartwatch by Apple, but this is by no means a ‘cheap’ product as it does come with features that are also present in the Apple Watch 6, for example.
Its design is quite similar to the Apple Watches of old which is actually a good thing. The familiar look will make people who’ve owned those watches feel quite comfortable when using the newer model.
You basically have two size options to choose from (40mm and 44mm) and the screen is big enough so that you can utilize its functions more readily than other smartwatches that you can find on the market.
When you are going to buy this thing, you get to choose which strap you want to get along with it. The default strap uses nylon fiber which is not only comfortable but can also be used as a daily watch without getting ‘too gimmicky’.
The other option would be for you to get the ‘Solo Loop’ variant which is essentially a strap that conforms to your wrist- kind of like using a rubber band.
If you are going for the Solo Loop straps, it is important that you get the right fit as its fitting options are a bit limited. You have 9 choices to choose from but you will have to measure your wrist just right in order for you to get a relaxed fit.
Don’t worry, Apple’s website provides you with some guidelines to help you get the exact measurements.
Other than that, you have the watch crown situated on the right side of the watch which feels good whenever you use it.
One of the big differences between the Apple Watch SE and the Apple Watch 6 is that the former doesn’t have an always-on display. This is to be expected, given that this particular model is the more affordable one.
I have the 44mm version and its display has a screen resolution of 368 x 448 which should provide you with adequate screen real estate to enjoy the watch’s features.
The display is no slouch because its brightness can be turned up automatically whenever you are outside. In other words, outside visibility is not an issue at all.
The Apple Watch SE is perfectly suited for casual use and for those that want to have an active lifestyle.
Just like its bigger brother, this watch also has new activity-tracking options for functional strength training, core exercises, dance, and cool down. The last one is great for people to have an idea of how long they should perform static stretches after working out to provide their muscles with an optimal way to start recovery.
This smartwatch also has GPS and I’ve used it to calculate the distance after taking a couple of minutes to run. It is relatively accurate and I am pleased with it.
You do have a step counter to give you a rough estimate of how many steps you’ve taken during the course of the day. It is somewhat accurate, but there are more accurate watches out there.
It is interesting that the Apple Watch SE comes with the new WatchOS 7 preloaded which means that you do not have to do some manual updates once you receive the unit.
Keep in mind that because this watch is a stripped-down version of its more premium counterpart, there are no ECG and Sp02 sensors that can be found here, but that is a fair compromise, in my opinion.
One of the biggest features that I really love about the new operating system is the sleep tracking capability.
You can set a specific time when you usually sleep and if it is that time already, the watch will not only dim its display but will also make sure that notifications that you may receive at the specified time will not disturb your sound slumber.
Although the company doesn’t encourage you to completely believe in the results that the watch gives you (because this is not marketed as a bonafide medical instrument), I find it to be quite helpful nonetheless.
If the watch detects that you haven’t had enough sleep, it will provide you with some helpful tips to improve the quality of your sleep the next night which is pretty nice.
Another unique feature here is the hand-washing reminder. Every time you wash your hands, the watch will use its sensors and microphone to tell you if you’ve washed your hands for 20 seconds or not.
If you’ve finished earlier than the said time, the watch will notify you to continue. This ensures that you kill the Covid-19 virus, as well as other pathogens that might prove to be dangerous to your overall health.
The Apple Watch SE’s battery life is probably its biggest downside. It is rated to last up to 18 hours, but if you are using the GPS or the watch’s other features quite a lot, you will get less than that number.
It is also worth noting that charging time for this particular smartwatch requires 2.5 hours to complete. That is sad considering that the Apple Watch 6 only requires 90 minutes to be fully charged.
If you need to be using the watch’s features quite a lot, I suggest that you carry a hefty power bank with you at all times.
A lot of people love using Apple products because it has better integration with its ecosystem compared to other products on the market.
That being said, the Apple Watch SE is a great introductory product for people that want a smartwatch that does a lot of things.
It is a stripped-down version of its more premium counterpart but all of the useful features such as sleep tracking, more activity tracking, GPS, and others are present here, which means that it would still be a good purchase nonetheless.
And, at just $280, the Apple Watch SE is definitely what I would recommend for people that want a relatively affordable smartwatch with plenty to offer.
Apple Watch 6- What Are the New Things in Apple’s Newest Smartwatch?
Apple has unveiled the new Apple Watch Series 6 (or simply known as the Apple Watch 6) and it is the company’s new flagship smartwatch that brings with it some interesting features.
Today, I am going to be talking about this particular product so that you will have a glimpse of the new things that it can do. Do keep in mind that this is not an actual review of the watch but rather an interesting preview.
Let’s get down right to it: What are the new things that the Apple Watch 6 has to offer? Well, there are only two noteworthy additions and that is the new chipset, as well as the Sp02 blood oxygen sensor. Let’s talk about the latter first.
The new blood oxygen sensor was built into the smartwatch as a means of letting the user know his or her level of blood oxygen whenever they do certain activities, such as hiking, mountaineering, or any other strenuous activities that could potentially affect a person’s blood oxygen levels.
This is also certainly useful, especially since we are in the midst of a global pandemic that can affect a person’s respiratory system as well.
To utilize the said feature, all you have to do is download a specific app and wear the smartwatch wherever you go.
Provided that the watch is still tethered to your iPhone, it will provide you with some information about your blood oxygen levels. While it can do it passively, you can also get a reading any time you want.
To do this, all you have to do is fire the app, press on the active reading feature, and wait for about 15 seconds and the application will give you your current blood oxygen levels.
While this is an interesting feature, the app does tell you that all of the readings are meant just for general fitness purposes only and should not be used as a means of self-diagnosis or information that can be relayed to your physician.
Even though I understand that the watch is incapable of providing 100% accurate results, giving you a glimpse of your blood oxygen levels should remain helpful somewhat. The said warning just makes it appear that the feature is, to put it bluntly, just a gimmick.
Anyway, the new chipset that is placed inside the Apple Watch 6’s chassis should provide you with more power and probably better battery life.
One interesting side effect of the new chipset is that it can automatically adjust the display’s brightness if it detects that you are outside and the sun is shining brightly as ever. While it remains to be seen if this has a huge impact on the battery life of the device, it is interesting that the brightness level is much more powerful than in the Apple Watch Series 5.
Some tech reviewers deem the Apple Watch 6 as an iterative upgrade- both in the features and the design departments. That is because the new watch pretty much looks like its predecessor, albeit you are given some new color options to choose from.
I really like the new red-colored strap. It looks vibrant and lively and I am pretty sure that this color and aesthetic will be much more appealing than the others.
For people that want a subtler look, you also have the option to get either the black graphite variant or the blue aluminum case.
After speaking to an Apple representative, it seems that the company will also be releasing a gold version as well, though I think that the price of that thing is higher than the color options I’ve just mentioned.
The watch is still offered in 40mm and 44mm variants and you also get that always-on display that a lot of people really love about the Series 5.
The Apple Watch 6 is an iterative upgrade, in my opinion. It does provide you with a much better chipset and it also offers a new Sp02 sensor that could potentially be helpful to you more than others, but I don’t think these features would want people to reach for their wallets and buy this thing.
If you ask me, if you have an older Apple Watch Series 3, upgrading to the latest smartwatch just makes sense because it will be considered a huge generational leap.
However, if you are currently using the Series 5, the only reason why you’d get the new product is for its Sp02 sensor and nothing else.
The Apple Watch 6 is also the poster child for the new WatchOS so if you want to get a smartwatch that is already packed with the latest watch operating system from Apple, then it is probably a thing that you can buy today.
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