How to Use
Collect a sample of bath water in the scoop section of the thermometer, wait for the bath thermometer temperature to stabilise. Once stable remove from the bath and view the temperature reading.
Bath Thermometer Information
- Clear Display and Design
- Measure in Fahrenheit or Celsius
- Bath Temperature Indicator Representing Temperatures for:
- Great Value
- Hot tub or Jacuzzi
- Swimming Pool
Do you need a thermometer for a bath?
A bath thermometer is not necessary for measuring your bath temperature but it vastly reduces the risk of burning and should be used for safety reasons. If water is too warm you can scald yourself or others in a matter of seconds, too cold and there is a risk of pneumonia. An investment in a bath thermometer is a primary method to minimise the risk of accidents occurring during bath time, and at a relevantly low cost is perfect for peace of mind.
How do I test the temperature of my bath water?
The best method to test the temperature of your bath water is to use a bath thermometer, preferably one with a water scoop in order to make testing easier. The ideal temperature for a bath is between 90 – 104°F (32 – 40°C) depending on personal preference.
What are Bath Thermometers are also known as?
- Water Thermometer
- Baby Bath Thermometer
- Water Temperature Thermometers
- Bathtub Thermometer
- Floating Bath Thermometer