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I can't stand digital timers (either they aren't loud enough, or I accidentally switch them off on my phone somehow). Does anybody have a recommendation for good mechanical timers for use in the kitchen or while working (I'm trying out time-based blocks of work to see if it improves efficiency)?

asked Oct 18 '11 at 09:50

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answered Oct 23 '11 at 13:53

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edited Oct 23 '11 at 13:54

This is genius! And I can definitely find them used as everybody seems to be getting rid of their darkroom supplies.

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http://www.uncommongoods.com/product/double-timer

These are awesome, as long as you don't need more than an hour.

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answered Oct 23 '11 at 16:11

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timetimer.com - a very simple, surprisingly effective visual timer. Procter & Gamble uses them.

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answered Jul 10 '12 at 08:45

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