Our Basal Thermometer

Why should I use a basal thermometer?

A basal thermometer is a digital thermometer showing two decimals, (for example 36.99). It is more sensitive than a regular thermometer, as it measures the to two decimals, with a 0.05 °C (0.1 °F) accuracy. Thi...

Calibrate thermometer

This function in the app will help you and the app make sure that you’re measuring properly and that your thermometer works as it should! If you’re measuring incorrect or if your thermometer isn’t working as it...

Where can I measure with the basal thermometer?

The basal body temperature varies from person to person and also depends on where you measure it. You can measure your basal body temperature orally, vaginally or rectally. Measurement of the temperature vagina...

My thermometer shows 'LO', what does that mean?

‘LO’ means low temperature, and not low battery – so no worries! The reason why the thermometer shows ‘LO’ from time-to-time is because room temperature is roughly 21° C, which is too low for our basal thermom...

How to change the battery on your basal thermometer

The battery will last a long time with normal use. However, if the battery symbol is indicating very low battery (by blinking), or if the thermometer no longer starts or beeps the battery needs to be changed. I...

Where can I buy a basal thermometer?

You can ask your nearest pharmacy if they sell basal thermometers with two digit sensitivity or you can order a basal thermometer from our webshop, or directly in the app with the newest update. If you sign up...

How to clean the basal thermometer

We recommend that you clean your thermometer a few times a week. This can be done by using soap + cold water (or diluted isopropyl alcohol) carefully to clean the tip of the thermometer. Happy measuring!

Faulty Thermometer

Is your thermometer giving up on you? Before you reach out to us, please check the following: That you are measuring according to instructions. What is Lo? ‘Lo’ means low temperature, and not low battery – ...