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CDN Minuteur digital 20 heures Affichage heure/minute
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- Gamme de mesure : 20 heures par HR/min
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Description du produit
For lengthier tasks, CDN TM2 digital timer is ideal. The timer counts by hours and minutes, with the last minute counted in seconds. Made of food safe ABS plastic. Battery (one 1 1/2 volt button IEC LR44 alkaline) and instructions included. 5 year limited warranty.
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It's compact, yet (just) big enough to operate and read without any difficulty. (At first sight, it looked little!) The buttons are (imho) almost self-explanatory; "ALARM STOP" has "ALARM" on the left side of the button, and "STOP" on the right. This button stops the beeping after timeout, as well as setting the minutes of time to count down.
It's also quite nicely designed (in the USA) and well made (in China). At this price, you might expect junk; this is surely not.
The display (LCD) is always on, but it draws so little power (think wristwatch) that that hardly matters.
There's a spring-loaded pivoting clip on the back that you can tuck into a pocket, and the spring keeps the timer in place. If you simply squeeze the top of the clip to "open" it, a little wire bail (that's what it's called) falls down to keep the clip away from the body of the timer. Now, the clip becomes a stand, so you can put it on a table. Turn it upside down, squeeze again, and the clip retracts.
On the back of the clip is a magnet, so you can put it anywhere you have a vertical steel surface (fridge, naturally!)
The display is recessed, making accidental contact and possible damage less likely.
I've needed to replace the batteries about once a year [battery replacement is a bit tricky, it tends to get confused but just remove/replace the new battery again once or twice and it sorts itself out].
I actually bought a couple of spares because I had bad experience with other similar timers, but I never needed the spares!
Need timers? This is the one.
I had to take some pills every 8 hours for a week.
I just set the timer for 8 hours, took pills, then reset for 8 more hours. Easy peazy.
Also when watering the lawn, I just set it for 1 hour and used as a reminder to shut off the sprinklers.
There are 3 buttons.
Top is Hours/Reset
Middle is Minutes
Botton is start/Halt
Just enter Hours/Min using the top two buttons then press the bottom button to start the timer.
The colon between the Hours and Minutes will 'flash' to let you know that the timer is timing.
When the time has elapsed an alarm buzzer will go off.
Pressing the Top button (Hour) will silence the alarm and Reset everything back to Zero.
It has a small magnet on the back so you could stick it in the fridge or stove, ect.
It also has a little 'leg' on the back so you can set it upright on a table, if you so choose.
The 'leg' is spring loaded so that you can clip it onto your shirt and take it with you as you walk around the house.
The digital display is very easy to read, but is not back lighted as far as I know.
This is really not a problem as all you have to do is wait for the alarm buzzer to go off anyway.
This is my second one as I had the first one for many years and eventually the display started to loose some parts of the number display. However it still works like a charm.
So, I was glad to have the two timers when it came time to have one to set for the 8 hour pill taking and the other one for the 1 hour lawn watering.
To recap: Small, lightweight, easy setting, Clip - Magnet - Tabletop modes, Battery lasts for years.
Oh yea, and the best part is the price.
You can fund this purchase from the change you find under the couch cushions.
Oh, as one reviewer said, it does beep every time you press the hour/Minute buttons.
I kinda like it as it makes it easy to confirm the presses without having to look at the display.
Yes, apparently, I am that lazy.
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