The Kinetik Wellbeing range of thermometers are clinically validated and can be used from birth through to adulthood ensuring your family are in safe hands when it comes to measuring temperature.

Product Range

Thermometer Probe Covers (20 Per Box)


Thermometer Probe Covers Twin Pack (40 Per Box)


Inner Ear Thermometer


Which is the best Kinetik Wellbeing Thermometer for kids?

Our new Ear and Forehead electronic thermometer for kids and adults is the perfect choice for use on the whole family. The infrared technology allows temperature to be measured to within ±0.2°C with no contact required, meaning it's both hygienic and allows you to measure without disturbing sleep. Also with no probe covers required, it’s your ongoing economical choice of digital thermometers to buy. The added benefit of our no-contact thermometer is that it can be used to measure the temperature of food and liquids, so you can ensure your baby’s food or bath water is just the right temperature.

How do ear thermometers work?

The inner ear thermometer measures the temperature through inserting into the ear and measuring the temperature of energy radiating from your ear drum. They offer great accuracy and identify changes quickly as the ear drum temperature measurement reflects the core temperature of the whole body. This is because the body temperature is regulated by the hypothalamus in the base of the brain, which shares the same blood supply as the tympanic membrane, or as we call it the ear drum.

How do forehead thermometers / non-contact thermometers work?

Kinetik Wellbeing thermometers use infra-red technology to provide a non-invasive alternative to ear thermometers allowing you to measure temperature at a distance. No-contact digital thermometers use a lens to focus infrared light from one object onto a detector called a thermopile. The thermopile absorbs the infrared radiation and turns it into heat. The more infrared energy, the hotter the thermopile gets and converts this heat into electricity. The electricity is sent to a detector, which uses it to determine the temperature of whatever the thermometer is pointed at.