Iproven BBT-113 Thermometer Review

Overview :    
  • Highly accurate 1/100 degree reading Iproven BBT-113   thermometer specially designed for basal body temperature


  • Specially tailored for first-thing-in-the-morning BBT readings: Perfect beep volume that is loud enough to hear yet moderate not to wake up anyone


  • Relax while measuring. This is a precision tool and it will take at least a minute for a highly accurate 2 decimal measurement


  • Last temperature memory: Take temp with sleepy head – Put aside – Snooze – Record temperature later. (Simply hold the button for 3 seconds from off-mode to see the last recorded reading.)


  • Auto shut of only after 5 minutes – More than enough time to write down your temperature
At a Glance
User Rating :  
Category : Oral, rectal, underarm
Model :


Size : 5.5 x 0.9 x 0.4 inches
Weight : 0.48 ounces
Batteries :  LR41
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Features :
  • On of button.
  • Memory function.
  • Fahreinheit and Celsius.
Pros :
  •  It is easy to use and the numbers are easy to read.
  • Accurate.
Cons :
  • There is no backlight.
  • Long time to get temperature.
Final Rating :    84

Basal body temperature

Your basal body temperature (BBT) is your lowest body temperature in a 24-hour period. Iproven BBT-113 Basal Thermometer is sensitive enough to measure minute changes in body temperature. For BBT-charting it is best to take your temperature when you first wake up in the morning. It’s important to record your temperature every day by using a BBT-chart.

Operating Instructions

Before using Iproven BBT-113 thermometer, please disinfect the probe. To switch on, press the ON/OFF button next to the display. A short beep will sound indicating that the thermometer is operational. At the same time, the thermometer runs a self-check test during which all the digital segments appear on the LCD. When letters “Lo” and flashing “ºC” or“ºF” displays, the thermometer is ready for use.

The measurement is completed when a constant temperature value has been reached. The temperature value is considered constant when the temperature rises less than 0.1ºC within 16 seconds.

The usual measuring time for this method is approximately 80 to 120 seconds for Axillary Measurement.

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