Updated 9 Mar 2018

Rite Aid

Mini Digital Temple Touch Thermometer FHT6B-RA

Snapshot: The Rite Aid Mini Digital Temple Touch Thermometer FHT6B-RA stores 1 reading and has an audible completion signal. How accurate is it?

Mini Digital Temple Touch Thermometer FHT6B-RA
Price guide

$60

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Test results

Ease of use
?/10

Good points

  • Achieved claimed accuracy.
  • Display is easy to read.
  • Clear instructions.
  • Very easy to remove and replace batteries.

But

No obvious bad points.

Recall

In March 2018, some of these thermometers were recalled because of a button battery risk. See the recall notice for more information.

How we test

We tested accuracy by comparing readings with an accurate digital probe thermometer.

We also assessed how easy it was to turn each thermometer on and off, plus change the battery. We also checked the quality of instructions, display, and audible signals.

Key data

Model

Price guide
$60

Specifications

Achieved claimed accuracy
Yes
Type
Infrared forehead
Claimed time to reading (seconds)
6 to 12
Battery
2 x AAA

Features

Cover
×
Sheaths
n/a
Memory
1
Backlight
no
Large display
n/a
Fever indication
×
Audible “completion” signal
yes
Flexible tip
n/a

More Info

Notes
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