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Nubee Infrared Temperature Gun

Nubee Infrared Temperature Gun

The Nubee Infrared Temperature Gun is a hand-held tool used to determine the temperature of a certain item.  In my case, I used it to find out what my engine temperature was.    The infrared gun is ready out-of-the-box with its included 9-volt battery.

This has got to be the easier temperature gun to use.  After installing the battery, all you need to do is point, pull the trigger, and shoot towards the item you’re measuring the temperature of.  Measuring in both in Celsius and Fahrenheit with a range: -50° C to +380° C /-58° F to +716° F, it also has an automatic shut-off after 10 seconds without use and a low battery indicator.  The LED display is easy to read and results are immediate.  There’s a lighted display feature so that you can use your temperature gun in low light.  

Appropriate for human or mechanical temperatures, the Nubee Temperature Gun can be used for a myriad of things.  A cool fact is the Nubee’s temperature guns are in many airports to detect elevated temperatures as a sign of Ebola.  The laser-guided infrared temperature gun allows you to point and see exactly where you’re aiming for.

Whether you’re checking the temperature of your fireplace or of the temperature of your freezer, you can’t get a better temperature gun than this Nubee infrared device.  Your product is covered by a Nubee 2-year warranty.

There are many uses for a temperature gun and I have yet to discover them all, but with my Nubee, I’ll be checking temperatures a lot more.




I’m a product review blogger and I received this product in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.


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