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Taylor Precision Products Four Event Kitchen Timer With Whiteboard (Regular), White

3.4
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Description

  • TRACK FOUR EVENTS AT A TIME: This multi-function digital timer can track up to four separate events, each with its own distinct alarm to aid in identification.
  • BUILT IN WHITEBOARD: A whiteboard and dry-erase markets can display recipes, label timer, events, and more.
  • VERSATILE DESIGN: Mounts with a magnet or stand, allowing the timer to function in a wide range of environments.
  • EASY TO READ: A 2 x 1.75 inch LCD readout provides a clear, easy-to -read display that can be read from across the kitchen.
  • BATTERIES INCLUDED: Requires two AA batteries (included).

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Customer Reviews

Exactly what I needed...until it stopped workingI loved the idea of this product. I intended to use this at school to remind multiple students of their schedules (when to leave for reading, math, etc). It worked a few times, then it just stopped working. I would hit the button to add time and after a couple presses the entire screen would go nuts. I thought maybe it just needed new batteries, but nope! That was not the problem.I was able to get a refund, but sadly I haven't been able to find anything else like this with a whiteboard. 1One of the best digital multi-timersI use timers for a lot of different tasks, and need to be able to track 15 minute intervals, 24 hour intervals, and everything in between. I really wasn't that happy with another Taylor model multi-timer, but decided to test out this model. The button configuration is quite different and that makes all the difference.With this timer, there's the obvious advantages of 1) the whiteboard to help keep track of which task is finished, and 2) 4 timers displayed at once. There is also a feature that I haven't seen in other multi-timers - it only takes three button presses to stop the alarm and restart the timer to repeat the previous interval. That is a huge advantage for me. For contrast, a different Taylor multi-timer takes 6 button presses to accomplish the same thing.For some, the inability to set seconds could be a problem, although it is easy enough to work around - to set the timer for 2 minutes 30 seconds, set the timer for 3 minutes then let it run down for 30 seconds and pause it. At that point the timer is ready to go for 2:30.The alarm is loud - very loud. Each timer has its own alarm sound, but I've yet to match alarm sound with the timer, so this feature is meaningless for me.There are not very many timers that can count down 24 hours, but this one can, and that's a huge plus for me.The magnets are not strong enough to hold the timer securely on my refrigerator (an inconvenience that doesn't affect me as I don't keep the timer there, but I test that feature anyway). The whiteboard pen works well and securely attaches to the timer. 5Great idea, poor executionProduct is easy to use on paper, but difficult to use in practice. I was looking for a practical multi-timer. I keep the timer on my fridge, and unlike other folks, my timer does not slide down the fridge. Unfortunately, every time I press a button on the timer, it flips itself off of the fridge. If you look at the back of the device in the product images, you can see that there's a bump on the back of the device for the batteries (which are included). The bump acts as a lever to pop the device off of the fridge and onto the floor. If you're right-handed, you can apply some counter-leverage and use the device one-handed (and smear your dry-erase board in the process). If you're a lefty, there's no place to easily apply pressure to prevent this flippage. This could have been easily solved by making the device completely rectangular and getting rid of that rear bump.Gets a star for the loud alarm and intuitive controls. Knocked off three stars for having to take too much of my concentration away from cooking while using it. 2My Mother would have loved this timer!We (6 of us + the tradional husband) grew up in the 50's and 60's. My Mother used timers everywhere along with notes posted around. We used to kid that it wasn't necessary to chat with Mother, all we had to do was read the notes and look at the timers to know about her day!Back in those days she "didn't work", the "stay at home mom" had not been coined. Dementia and Alzheimers were not household names so no one was concerned. And thankfully she lived 8 decades with a sharp mind to the end.She was very pragmatic and responsible. She respected others so always showed up for us and any outside the home appointments.On my Dad's 80th birthday when we all gathered to celebrate, he looked around the room and in his usual pithy "man of few words" way said: "uh, 6 kids and not a bum among ya." Pat yourself on the back Mother and Daddy, you did well.Oh and yes, this timer gets 5 stars from me since the apple does not fall far from the tree. The pen works very well on the little board and the eraser was a nice surprise. 5Worked well for 2 1/2 years -- till I dropped it.I bought this two and a half years ago and it finally died yesterday. Well, it mostly died. I dropped it and the sound no longer works, though it still works otherwise. Also, when i opened it I realized that the original two AAA batteries were still in it. I use this thing a lot. I set the top one to 15 minutes, the second one to a half hour, the third one to 45 minutes and the bottom one to an hour. That way I don't have to keep resetting the time over and over, since you have to push down on the button for every minute you want to set it for...annoying when you want 45 minutes, especially when it makes a beep every time you push a button. If you let the time count all the way down till the alarm rings, when you push "stop" the timer will reset to the last time you used, which is nice. I noticed someone mentioned the magnets falling out, but mine never did, but I didn't use them much either. The little stand on the back is very flimsy, but it has held up. It pops off easily, but pops back on just as easily. I liked this so much, I bought one for a friend of mine and now I'm buying another to replace the one that just broke. It's nice. It works. It isn't the nicest, but when it comes to timers one that works seems to be better than most. 4Love it!I was looking for something like this and read all the positive reviews so I ordered it. The first one I ordered did not work. The company saw my review of it not working, contacted me and sent me out another one immediately. It works and I love it. I do lots of cooking and this is so convenient. The alarm is nice and loud. No longer will I need to write on paper when certain foods are ready to come out of the ovens and of the stoves. This was good customer service. I should have contacted them before leaving the original review but I am new at ordering from Amazon. 5Serviceable, could be designed better.I wanted a multi-timer for use in a healthcare setting, so multiple people (or a single person) can time or countdown several events.Pros:- good size (small enough to be easily portable, large enough to read/operate and write a little note for each event)- easy to operate- loud-enough alarm- it appears that in-progress timing cannot be accidentally cleared by the "reset" function- competitive price (3 or 4 bucks less than very similar models from other vendors)Cons:- no ON/OFF switch!? Along with no low-battery indicator, means the display is ALWAYS on (unless you want to pull the batteries every time), and the timer may well die unexpectedly while you're timing something.- annoyingly loud beep when you're setting the timers or selecting an event.- back magnets are rather weak, but that feature isn't really important to meNote that I've posted a photo of an easy modification: I augmented the timer to use an external AAx2 battery box and ON/OFF switch I harvested from a surplus LED decoration. This gives me a satisfying ON/OFF option, along with the longer battery life of AA batteries. Without this modification, I was disappointed with the purchase; afterwards, I'm satisfied with the value. (As an additional aside, I returned my first one immediately, because it was DOA.) 3This is the Timer You Are Looking ForThis is a pretty, pretty good kitchen timer. I by mistake knocked over my last kitchen timer on to a wicked hot frying pan and melted the buttons off of it.Out of the box it is 4.5" wide, 4" tall, and about 3/4" thick. It has 2 magnets on the back that stick good to the stove, refrigerator, and stove exhaust hood. The timer also has a little kick out stand on the back for holding the timer up on the counter top.Using the built in stand on my kitchen counter is my favorite way to keep it, but the magnets work just as good.The instructions on the back of the box are clear and well written.It's really pretty easy once you read the instructions: Hit H for hours, M for minutes. The Start/Stop button will start the timer or stop it.The new button that I haven't seen before is called "event". Hit the "event" button to scroll through the 4 different timers.Also, the little dry erase board and pen are excellent. The board is really slick, the pen has a nice sharp tip, and the eraser works great.It comes with 2 AAA batteries in it, with a bit of a pull tab to get the timer started. The 2 AAA batteries included in it are some heretofore unknown brand. The batteries are colored green with a silver swirl, with a black stripe the length of the battery, and across the label it says: AAA GoldenPower Long Life 1.5V GR03x R03 UM4 Greenergy, Made In China. I also second the nomination for whoever thought of this timer to get a raise. 5Unfortunately the product designer didn't take into account the weight ...Unfortunately the product designer didn't take into account the weight of the batteries when specifying the magnet - you put them in and the timer slides down the fridge. It also got stuck on a time a couple of times and I had to reset the whole thing to get it going. 1One of better timers on the market within bounds.This timer is designed to be both hung on the refrigerator or set on a counter. The main reason I only gave this little gem 4 stars was the first time I put it on the refrigerator, the magnet stuck to the frig and separated from the unit. I had to glue the magnet back onto the unit (which was not that hard, but still. . .) Secondly, the unit does not "stick" very well on the frig. The magnets are very small, like less than a quarter of an inch wide, giving the unit only two small connectors to metal, thus tending to create a weak link onto the refrigerator door. I like the fact that when the alarm goes off, it keeps going for quite a while (like until you turn it off), and it keeps track of how long over the time you went. You can set up multiple times for different things which is a feature none of the rest of my timers has. The numbers are not very big, but you can read them if your vision is reasonably good. The little clip board is a mild joke, but you could write a very few words on it. It comes with a battery preinstalled; all you have to do is pull the little plastic piece out of the back, and presto, the unit starts working. You also have to remove the plastic piece on the front that give you the fake numbers, no big deal. It seems to be a good unit so far. The unit makes a kind of weird sound when it goes off, and you can hear it the next room if you have the door open (it's not super loud, but neither is it faint). POSTSCRIPT: Today I noticed that this timer does not have a "second" timer; that is, you cannot set it for 3 minutes and 30 seconds, only hours and minutes. Most of the time that is not a problem, but, like today, I needed a timer that would count down a given amount of seconds. The timer does count down seconds; it is just that you cannot set it for seconds. 4
Taylor Precision Products Four Event Kitchen Timer With Whiteboard (Regular), White

Taylor Precision Products Four Event Kitchen Timer With Whiteboard (Regular), White

3.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€60,00
Sale price
€60,00
Regular price
€98,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€38,00)