Temple Touch Thermometer Now Available in Wal-Mart Stores Nationwide

World?s First Accurate, Non-Invasive Forehead Thermometer Under $10 arrives in North America.

Holly Springs, N.C. ? The Temple Touch Thermometer, a new, non-invasive device that uses groundbreaking technology to accurately measure temperature on the forehead in just six seconds, is now available nationwide under the ReliOn? brand at Wal-Mart.

Temple Touch delivers clinically accurate core body temperature in only six (6) seconds by gently touching the thermometer to the temple. Because of this sensitivity, Temple Touch is ideal for use on a sleeping infant or child, and is a preferable alternative to traditional mercury or digital stick thermometers. The groundbreaking product is available for $9.94 per unit ? more than 50 percent less than other competing digital forehead thermometers.

?The Temple Touch technology powering the new ReliOn? forehead thermometer gives American families a more cost effective, accurate, quick and safe way to measure temperature,? said Medisim, Ltd. Vice President of U.S. Marketing and Sales, John Wilson. ?We are happy to be working with Wal-Mart stores across the U.S., which makes our innovative product easily available to everyone.?

The proprietary technology behind Temple Touch?s is so revolutionary that it has formed a new category in the thermometer market? conductive forehead thermometers. The product uses Medisim?s patented R.A.T.E.? (Rapid, Accurate, Temperature Establishment) technology which provides accurate detection of the core body temperature using conduction. Other temple or forehead thermometers use infrared technology which can be influenced by ambient or skin temperature conditions leading to a loss of accuracy.

For more information on the Temple Touch thermometer, please visit www.templetouchthermometer.com or www.relion.com.

About Temple Touch:
The Temple Touch Thermometer is a conductive forehead thermometer that provides the convenience of a non-invasive temperature reading with the accuracy of an oral thermometer. Using Medisim?s innovative R.A.T.E.?(Rapid, Accurate, Temperature Establishment) technology, the thermometer provides accurate detection of the core body temperature using conduction in just six seconds by touching the thermometer to your temple. The thermometer is so gentle it can be used on a sleeping infant or child.

For more information, please visit www.templetouchthermometer.com.

About Medisim:
Medisim Ltd. was founded in Israel in 1995 by a group of professionals in the fields of physics,
engineering and medicine. Combining their know-how into extensive multi-discipline research, the company invented a novel method for determining accurate core body temperature in a fast and non-invasive way. This entirely new concept named R.A.T.E. ? (Rapid, Accurate, Temperature Establishment) positioned Medisim as one of the leading sources for precise temperature determination tools and created a new category - high-speed conductive thermometers for forehead temperature measurement.

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