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One hour Mechanical Timer
In our busy multi-tasking life we may easily be distracted and forget to turn
off the oven or check the stove or do other time sensitive tasks.
That is when a simple to use timer comes handy. A timer is an essential
tool for any laboratory, any kitchen and any office. Quickly turn the
knob to 20 and it will ring after 20 minutes.
It is good to have many timers so that you can use one timer per device
or one timer per process.
Does not require a battery.
This mechanical timer is also known as
kitchen timer, laboratory timer, educational timer and classroom timer. Teachers
can use this timer in classrooms to limit the time in certain activities or
Turn the knob clockwise one full
turn to crank the bell to its max. Then turn it backward (counter clockwise) and
set it to the time (minutes) you want it to ring.
As time passes, the knob turns
towards 0 (or 60). By looking at the position of the knob you can tell how many
minutes is remaining before it ring.
This laboratory desktop counter is used for accurate timing operations
and reactions. It has a stop/ start lever on the left side, a reset or
fly back lever on the right, and a key in the back for winding. One
winding is sufficient for 24 hours.
Having two sweep hands, the large indicates seconds while small one
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