degree°: continuous, wearable in-ear thermometer for children

degree°: continuous, wearable in-ear thermometer for children

Some of the most exciting tech advancements in the medical industry are often seen in the simple things. Only available in hospitals to measure the temperatures of patients without touching them, smart thermometers have now been brought to our homes. Unlike traditional methods, this is a much more sanitary way to take anyone’s temperature.

Munich based cosinuss° has recently turned to Kickstarter to raise funds for a smart in-ear thermometer for children. The device takes temperature continuously and warns parents if it gets too high or rises too fast. Because you can follow you child’s temperature in real-time, you can also follow the effects of your treatment.

“During a febrile seizure of my three year old daughter I experienced the feelings of helplessness on my own,” said Greta Kreuzer one of the founders.

“After that I wanted to create a fever management solution that is giving parents confidence and children a more effective recovery.”

degree° is wearable both day and night. This means you do not have to get up and also wake up the little patient to take the temperature. With just one glance on your smartphone you immediately know the exact temperature.

The smartphone app shows a timeline of readings, helping you to understand where the temperature is trending. You also get a fever guide with useful information and some ideas for treatment if needed.

With 25 days to go the startup raised over €21,000, nearly half their goal. This is an all or nothing project, which is less risk for everyone. If it doesn’t meet its goal, it won’t go ahead.

Price: €83 and up

Funding open:
€21,074 pledged of €50,000 goal
25 days to go

Estimated delivery: July 2017

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degree°: continuous, wearable in-ear thermometer for children

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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