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Optimus Petit Sophia Fertility Monitor

from Optimus
10 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Fertility Monitor - the #1 Advanced Computerized Basal Thermometer
  • 210 day or 6 cycle temperature and conditions memory and optional temperature chart PC print-out function
  • Indicates fertile days in a cycle and informs of the possibility of pregnancy including due date
  • Does not require the use of test strips or refills - one time purchase only
  • Informs user with body conditional symbols if there is a need to visit the doctor

Product Description

Well known for their personal heaters and fans Optimus now brings you the Petit Sophia Fertility Monitor, the #1 advanced computerized basal thermometer. The Petit Sophia Fertility Monitor will help by informing the possibility of pregnancy, including due date, and indicates the fertile days in the cycle. Features a reminder alarm clock to assist in consistency with the time of temperature taking. Includes a 210 day or 5 cycle temperature and conditions memory, including optional temperature chart PC print-out, and displays body conditional symbols to inform user of the need to visit the doctor. This product is 100% natural and will not affect body hormonal changes and has zero side affects. The Petit Sophia Fertility Monitor does not require test strips or refill packs, one time purchase only. Be sure to use #2032 coin lithium battery only. Using any other batteries may cause malfunction. (Replaces: Energizer ECR2032, Duracell DL2032 or CR2032 Sony, Sanyo, Maxell, Panasonic, etc.)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 3.4 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001BC3IMS
  • UPC: 630326000141
  • Item model number: BT-14F
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #570,075 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By User1 on August 13, 2009
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I have been using this device for 1 full cycle and overall I like the product. The alarm feature is very nice and convenient to ensure that you are testing at the same time every morning (which is important when charting). It would be nice if there was a backlight on the screen but this is not a huge issue since all the temps are stored. The biggest negative about the device is how long it takes to record the temperature - somewhere between 3 and 5 minutes usually. It's a little bit heavy and to lay there waiting for what seems like forever is a little frustrating. The monitor is good about showing what phase of your cycle you are in and calculating your personal coverline based on your temperatures, but to get the clearest picture of how your temperatures fluctuate, you really need to put the temperatures on a chart. I called to ask about the software to plug this into the computer and download the temps but the company told me it was very expensive (hundreds of $$s) and that you don't need it. That was a little frustrating but I found a great website online that will create a perfect chart (and analyze it) for you simply by inputting the data from the monitor ( [....]). Since the monitor stores all the data you need for 6 months, charting is quick and easy to do whenever you have time (you don't have to worry about inputting it every single day). Overall, I recommend the BBT method and this particular themometer. It is a little pricey but way less expensive than the ovulation tests and other monitors that require testing sticks, etc. If you use this for 2 months, it will be cheaper than most other products out there.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Ward on March 23, 2011
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I wish I had known about this device before I purchased the BabyComp fertility monitor for over $500.00!

This does the exact same thing as BabyComp but is obviously much cheaper and is infinitely smaller and lighter and much more user and travel-friendly.

You know when to expect your period, when you're fertile, etc.

I personally like seeing my temps on a chart, so I enter them daily on and that way I can see ovulation dip, possible pregnancy, etc. There are scores of Fertility Awareness sites out there that are free and easy - Fertility Friend is just one that I happen to use.
I also use the "My Days" and "WomanLog" apps on my Droid.
What can I say? I love temping.

Love the fact that it's got an alarm. I usually don't even wake up fully - I just reach over, grab the device, temp, and I'm done. There's a beep that lets you know when your temp is done and recorded.
Yes, it's a bit heavier than a regular, non-computing, non-period alerting, non-ovulation alerting $5 thermomter, but it's not "heavy" by any stretch of the imagination and it's SO worth it. I really love this little thing and I love knowing my body well enough to know exactly the day my period's coming, exactly the days I'm fertile, etc.
Fertility Awareness is effective, natural, and won't increase your risk of cancer and stroke like The Pill.
And frankly, women SHOULD be in tune with their bodies enough to embrace Fertility Awareness.

Anyone want to buy a slightly used BabyComp?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Wendy on May 26, 2009
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I really like this thermometer. I adore the alarm clock feature! It stores all my temperatures to no fail.

I primarily use this device as part of my natural birth control routine. I don't entirely trust the "fertility" monitors in the beginning of my cycle. For example, it says that I am not fertile on day 11, but I am on day 12. I monitor my fluid so I am pretty darn sure I could get pregnant on day 11. I think its dead on accurate predicting ovulation. My temperature goes up and I'm "safe" three days later (which it indicates).

It saves me time to know exactly what "day" I'm in my cycle just by glancing at the device in the morning. I guess I could do the same thing with a calendar but that involves get a pen and writing stuff down :P

If you buy this I recommend getting a book on natural birth control methods as well to monitor your cervical fluid.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Charlotte Charles on July 6, 2011
I have read a couple of review for this device and do not agree with the lower ratings. Firstly, the alarm can be switched off. Read the instructions (the 12am has two settings, 12 am ON and OFF). Secondly, the device takes the full 3minutes to read temperatures, which is adviced by all serious FAM methods. I know that the LadyComp does it faster, that does not mean the LC does a better reading, it is rather the other way around. Then, I found many instructions in English online from the manufacturing company. So, there are alternatives if the one that comes with it does not suit you.
If you want to do FAM this is a good first start, get TCOYF or Nofzinger's book and you are good to go.
The reasons why I did not give five stars is that for a total FAM novice using a device might be confusing. You would be much better off with an ordinary thermometer to learn the rules properly before you blindly trust a computer. Then, this device does not require that you enter your CM, which means it is not truely FAM, but temperature only. And it also does not like if you enter CM after your peak.
Mainly though, I find it is too expensive here. I got it for a third of the price from the manufacturing company.
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