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    Is there a digitial thermometer that doesn't beep?


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    Mine just doens one little "bleep" when the temp is ready - are you trying not to wake DH, cos mine is so soft it wouldnt.

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    Yes exactly - trying not to wake hubby. The one I have keeps beeping until my temp comes up and then beeps constantly! The one you have sounds great. What is it called?

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    Hi Gurnz, its the Surgipack ovulation digital thermometer - product code 6335 (lol its on a sticker on the back!!)
    it really is very quiet, good luck!!

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    Oh thanks Catrionalee, that's so helpful. I'm going to start temping again now as nothing is happening for me. Getting rather down about it all, so now I can at least feel like I'm doing something! I'll check out the chemist........

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    Yours sounds like a good one, Catrionalee. I thought I'd found one yesterday, but it wasn't quite the right model. Oh well, will keep looking!

    Good luck with yours, Gurnz!

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    Have you had any luck Loqua? Only I was in Chemist Warehouse today and was looking at digital thermometers, the shop assistant asked if I needed any help, I explained I needed a thermometer for BBT and she whisked me away to a separate section where they had digital 'ovulation thermometers' (and Maybe Baby and OPKs). I bought the model catrionlee has. I think the other ones I was looking at where Surgipack as well, but not packaged as 'ovulation thermometers' .

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    Yay! Well done on finding it! I checked out a few places last week, but didn't have any luck. Mind you, I was being a bit of a silly, and was too shy to ask. (It's not often these days that I revert to my 17-year-old self, but it still happens from time to time!)

    Unfortunately our time ran out in Australia, and we arrived back in the US a couple of days ago. I wonder if Surgipack is an Aussie brand, or if it's available here. Should check that out.

    (Thanks for asking, btw. The more time I spend here on BB, the more I love it. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loqua View Post
    Yay! Well done on finding it! I checked out a few places last week, but didn't have any luck. Mind you, I was being a bit of a silly, and was too shy to ask. (It's not often these days that I revert to my 17-year-old self, but it still happens from time to time!)

    Unfortunately our time ran out in Australia, and we arrived back in the US a couple of days ago. I wonder if Surgipack is an Aussie brand, or if it's available here. Should check that out.

    (Thanks for asking, btw. The more time I spend here on BB, the more I love it. )
    Aww, I know what you mean. I kept wanting to turn around to see if anyone I knew could see what I was doing. I felt so conspicuous standing in line with my pink and white "Ovulation Thermometer!". I'm the same when I buy condoms. I'm 29, you think I'd be over it!

    I think I saw an Aussie address on the instructions, but I did notice the Tyco logo as well. They're multinational, so maybe you can find the same product with a different name there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeTops View Post
    Aww, I know what you mean. I kept wanting to turn around to see if anyone I knew could see what I was doing. I felt so conspicuous standing in line with my pink and white "Ovulation Thermometer!". I'm the same when I buy condoms. I'm 29, you think I'd be over it!

    I think I saw an Aussie address on the instructions, but I did notice the Tyco logo as well. They're multinational, so maybe you can find the same product with a different name there?
    Ha! I'm about to turn 32... not sure I'll ever be any different!

    Thanks for the suggestion. I've been looking online, and I think I've found one pretty similar. The only problem is that it's in Farenheit. Which, I suppose, doesn't make much difference once you start recording. But it would be nice to have it in a unit of measurement I know.

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