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Fort Wayne IN
Jul 01, 2013
I am looking for a kitchen timer. I don't need a clock and all that stuff. I just want a timer that will track at least two cooking items (or 3) and one that has a loud enough and long enough sound that I will hear it. And one that is simple to use. Is it this one or another? This has turned into the most difficult thing I will do all week and I don't even know why. I have for years used a Westbend triple timer model 40000 and have loved it but it wore out and the new ones get terrible reviews. Can you help??
Hello, we currently have a few different timers that may suit your needs. Item #976456 is a simple dual-event timer made by Taylor Precision Products. Item #6001839 is a four-event timer also made by Taylor Precision Products - this one is listed as having a distinctive beep for each timer. Item #6019261 is also a four-event timer by Taylor Precision Products, but it also includes a dry erase board for better organization. Thank you!
How loud is the timer when it gets to zero? This would be for a hearing impaired person.
The alarm on this timer is 70 decibels. That is about as loud as the average radio or normal street noise. Hope this helps.
From: Peoira, Il
Jan 29, 2016
I want a timer that is fairly loud and doesn't shut off until a button is pressed. Does this timer fit that spec?
Hi, the alarm will stop automatically after 60 seconds. Thank you.