Cooking Concepts Digital Kitchen Timers
Don't always work
we bought a case of 48, have used 10 so far, only 6 actually work.
April 30, 2013
Great Timer - different models - one better
I am a reading teacher. My students and I use the timers to see how many words they can read in a minute. They watch their scores go up with practice. I have purchased two different models. I liked the first model better. The timers in my first purchase, had a spring-loaded clips/easel stands, and a magnets. They could be clipped to something like a clip board or notebook. Propping open the clips makes them be able to stand up. The magnets let us stick them to a filing cabinet or refrigerator. A year later, I went back to get some more timers. This time they only had a little piece of plastic, hinged to the timer, like what you’d find on the back of a picture frame, to make it stand up. I want to find some more timers to send home with students. The magnet and clip features will be important for use at home.
April 12, 2013
Great household timer
These don't do a lot of fancy things, but they're great for the price. I have at least half a dozen spread throughout the house for various tasks, including school work. As they're lightweight, I sometimes take them with me when I'm exercising. Easy to figure out, and the battery is already installed.
March 28, 2013
Best Dollar Ever Spent
We use this timer for everything! How long until bedtime, how long to read for homework, when to leave to catch the bus. Sometimes when kids fight over a toy, we put the toy in timeout and set the timer.
September 27, 2012