Maybe you know already, maybe you don’t, but the Tympani team has been sending out and collecting data from a select few friends and supporters about how the Tympani runs. These 10 testers have been getting to know the Tympani for the past few weeks, and now that our research is rolling back in we want to share with you some of the good things that people are saying about us!


Mark, a father and one of our testers says:
“Good product, look forward to seeing it manufacturing.”


Lorie, a doctorate student with an ENT background, says about Tympani:
I like the idea of the ear thermometer. I don’t currently use a thermometer regularly at home, but I could see myself using one in the future (…) I think it could be a great, non-invasive option.”


Rhiannon, a mother and perhaps our most enthusiastic tester, said:

“I’m glad I got to beta test the Tympani! It was the easiest way I’ve EVER been able to get (my son) to let me take his temperature.  And the new baby didn’t even bat an eyelash. It was so easy I could take it anywhere with me, and when I felt like (the baby) was a little warm…it was just right there, and I got his temp in seconds,  versus waiting upwards of a minute or so, and holding him down almost to keep the thermometer under his arm.”


She even shot a video of herself and her son using the device that you can check out here.

And that’s just a handful of the testers’ responses. We’ve happy to say we’ve heard nothing but enthusiastic and positive experiences from our testers as a result of this program, and we look forward to improve even more from the information we’ve gotten.

Tympani will have a tentative MSRP of $30 USD and will look to launch on IndieGoGo by the end of this summer, so keep an eye out for updates and new info as we grow and develop the Tympani in ear thermometer.


Tympani will be at the forefront of family healthcare, and we want you to be right there with us.


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