Motorola TE93 touchless forehead thermometer
Motorola TE93 touchless forehead thermometer
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Motorola TE93 touchless forehead thermometer
Motorola TE93 touchless forehead thermometer

Motorola TE93 touchless forehead thermometer

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€47.49 €49.99 -5%

Touchless forehead thermometer

Safe and hygenic

No-touch infrared technology

High temperature alert



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No-touch infrared technology

For safe and hygienic non-intrusive measurements

Quick readings

Fast two second reading

Beeps when done

High temperature alert

Audible alert when temperatures are > 37.5 °C (99.5 °F)

Fahrenheit or Celsius

Switch how the temperature is recorded

Bright backlit display

Makes temperatures easy to read, even in the dark

Memory function

Stores the 32 most recent readings for easy recall

The Motorola TE-93 Touchless Forehead Thermometer is quick and easy to use, providing an accurate, ultra hygenic and non-intrusive temperature
measurement every time

Point the thermometer at the forehead and press button


  • Motorola TE-93
  • 2x AA bateries

Product Details

2x AA
Range of operation
14.8 x 4.5 x 10 cm
24 month
240 g

About Motorola

Motorola Mobility LLC, marketed as Motorola, is an American consumer electronics and telecommunications company, and a subsidiary of Chinese multinational technology company Lenovo. Motorola primarily manufactures smartphones and other mobile devices running the Android operating system developed by Google.

Motorola Mobility was formed on January 4, 2011, after a split of Motorola into two separate companies, with Motorola Mobility assuming the company's consumer-oriented product lines (including its mobile phone business, as well as its cable modems and pay television set-top boxes), while Motorola Solutions assuming the company's enterprise-oriented product lines.

In May 2012 Google acquired Motorola Mobility for US$12.5 billion; the main intent of the purchase was to gain Motorola's patent portfolio, in order to protect other Android vendors from litigation. Under Google, Motorola increased its focus on the entry-level smartphone market, and under the Google ATAP division, began development on Project Ara—a platform for modular smartphones with interchangeable components. Shortly after the purchase, Google sold Motorola Mobility's cable modem and set-top box business to Arris Group.

Google's ownership of the company was short-lived. In January 2014, Google announced that it would sell Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for $2.91 billion. The sale, which excluded ATAP and all but 2,000 of Motorola's patents, was completed on October 30, 2014. Lenovo disclosed an intent to use Motorola Mobility as a way to expand into the United States smartphone market. In August 2015, Lenovo's existing smartphone division was subsumed by Motorola Mobility.

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