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Basal Ovulation Thermometer

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Take the guesswork out of pinpointing when you’re ovulating by checking your basal body temperature & know when you’re the most fertile with our affordable and easy-to-use basal body ovulation thermometer.


Basal Ovulation Thermometer

Take the guesswork out of pinpointing when you’re ovulating. Know when you’re the most fertile with our affordable and easy-to-use basal ovulation thermometer.

When charting your Basal Body Temperature (BBT), it’s important to take your temperature when most at rest; as soon as you wake up.

To assist you our basal body thermometer has the bellow features are included:
– Beeps once a temperature has successfully been read.
– Memory function, allowing you to access the reading later.
– Automatic Shut-Off to help preserve battery life.

Simply set your alarm and once woken, place your Fertility2Family Basal Ovulation Thermometer in your month and snooze until the thermometer beeps.  Once your temperature has been taken, you can remove the thermometer from your mouth, and return to sleep until you are ready to start the day. The auto-shutoff will kick in to preserve the battery life, and the handy memory function will allow you to record and chart your temperature later in the day. Using a BBT is that easy!

We’ve also included a plastic travel case, to keep your thermometer safe.

We want you to feel confident using our BBT, which is why we include ovulation thermometer instructions sheet and basal body tracking chart with every purchase.

– Batteries included
– Accurate to 0.01 degrees Celsius

How accurate is a basal body thermometer?

A good quality thermometer can detect temperature shifts in two decimal places which make it easy for predicting your ovulation and fertility window even easier.

What is a basal thermometer?

A basal body thermometer (BBT) is also known as an ovulation thermometer.  A BBT measures your temperature, just like a regular thermometer.

Is an ovulation thermometer the same as a regular thermometer?

The difference between a regular thermometer and a basal thermometer is that it measures very small increments to the second decimal place an example is 36.50,36.51,36.52.

What is BBT?

BBT stands for basal body temperature which is a medical term that means your lowest body temperature at rest. Tracking your BBT can help predict ovulation.

Where do you put a basal thermometer?

The same as a regular thermometer, If using the ovulation thermometer orally make sure you place the tip at the back of your mouth and under the tongue for better accuracy.


Our ovulation thermometer is also available in our Fertility Home Test Kit Packs!
Our most popular fertility kit is our:

Major Fertility kit which includes:

  • 50 x Ovulation Strip Tests
  • 10 x Pregnancy Strip Tests
  • 1 x Ovulation Basal Body thermometer
  • 20 x Collection Cups

Additional information

Weight.04 kg

1 review for Basal Ovulation Thermometer

  1. emsta_ple

    Very happy with this

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