Don’t let the elderly overheat

Don’t let the elderly overheat in the Summer

Special reader offer. Save over £5 on the official retail price of the digital comfort thermometer.

Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd (ETI)  are the UK’s largest digital thermometer manufacturer and have been very generously donated 100 of their comfort thermometers.

With warmer weather knocking at our doors it is also important to ensure the elderly do not get too hot.

ETI liked the fact that for the past 3 years I have sent “Winter Wrapped up Guides” containing free room thermometer cards at my own expense and wanted to acknowledge their social responsibility as a company and help me a little.

I am selling these to readers at a discount of well over £5 which helps me to pay for the postage for the free ones and make the dementia assistance cares for people who cannot.


these are the comfort thermometers from ETI

These provide a clearer indicator of the exact room temperature Comfort thermometer with max/min temperature & humidity function

  • can save money on heating bills
  • simple to use, easy to read
  • helps prevent hypothermia

The unit is housed in an ABS case, measuring 20 x 100 x 110 mm, that incorporates a useful foldaway stand and a keyhole slot for hanging on a wall.

Bag a bargain while stocks last…… £5 plus £2.80 for postage…. to buy yours please use the Pay Pal Button below,please use the “friends and family option on paypal. When I receive your payment I will ask for your full name and postal address by email. If you have any queries please use my contact form at the top of the page.

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I have been known to forget to check for payments.



Award-winning blogger and former care columnist for Devon Life magazine. I am passionate about helping elderly people and people with dementia live purposeful and independent lives.
Designer of the Dementia Assistance Card and Points Of Light award recipient, Caron hopes to help carers when resources are limited and demand is ever-increasing. I am here to support you.


  1. Hello Amy,
    I am sure they would work in the garden. They are battery operated so very portable. Just don’t think they wold appreciate the rain though.

  2. This sounds like such a useful gadget especially as some days get quite warm! I am wondering if it will also work in house gardens as quite a few elderly people spend alot of times in their gardens over summer. I am always excited to hear about gadgets that keep our elderly safe and secure as well as make independent living easier.

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