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Sort of an Appliance: Timers

Posted by oceangirl67 (My Page) on
Tue, May 1, 12 at 13:49

Is there such thing as a reliable timer? Preferably one with at least 2 alarms. I just tossed another one in the trash, seems they all stop working after a year or so.


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RE: Sort of an Appliance: Timers

my iphone works well


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RE: Sort of an Appliance: Timers

I have a ThermoWorks Model TW3628.

It is both a timer and has a probe to measure internal temperatures.

Well made and easy to use.


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I like this one:

http://www.americaninnovative.com/products/quadtimer.php


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I just tell Siri to set a timer for me. She doesn't seem to mind so I continue to take advantage of her.


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So far, happy with

CDN TM15t Design TM15 Extra Large Big Digit Timer

under $10, and relatively unfussy to use. One alarm, but you could get a couple of them.


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moja - did you see the Big Bang with Siri


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A2, until I did a google search of the string "big bang with siri" i had no idea what you were talking about! I puzzled if you were asking me if siri and I had some cosmic linkage stretching back to the big bang! How odd a question, I thought; then I looked it up!

No, I do not watch too much tv! But I saw what you were talking about by seeing video clips on the web!


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Me too, mojavean. I thought for sure it was an age discrimination comment. :)

One advantage of the big bang theory is one can't be accused of being infinitely old.

kas


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