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General Tools & Instruments TI150 3-in-1 Timer for the Visually and Hearing Impaired

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  • Ideal for visually or hearing impaired
  • Good in noisy environments
  • Mount with spring clip, stand, or magnet
  • Automatic memory
  • Display size of 1.4 inches by 0.6 inches
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Technical Details
Part Number 26339622
Item Weight2.9 ounces
Product Dimensions1.2 x 4.1 x 6.1 inches
OriginImported
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Item model numberTI150
Batteries:3 AAA batteries required. (included)
Item Package Quantity1
Included ComponentsBattery
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description8 Year
  
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ASINB001TOJG7Y
Best Sellers Rank #2,723 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 6, 2009
  
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Digital timer with vibrating, audio and flashing alerts.

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Very easy to set & use.
DaySleeper
I love having a vibrating and flashing light timer.
Scotty and Dawn Scott
NOT for hearing Impaired.
sewbeachy

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66 of 68 people found the following review helpful By CatsNQuilts on June 4, 2010
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Update Aug. 8, 2013: Still going strong!

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I received this timer recently and use it all the time now instead of the oven timer. We love it! With someone partially hearing impaired in the family, it has already proven itself reliable.

The alarm is loud enough in my opinion, but I place it on the metal hood over the stove and when the alarm goes off, the vibrating and ringing cause an even louder sound. Everybody can hear it! LOL!

Set up was very easy. I just had to remove the back cover by grabbing the clip and sliding it downwards. Then remove the 2 strips of vinyl covering the batteries' connection points, replace the cover and it's ready. It uses 2 AAA batteries.

The timer is easy to set. You just set the time, then hit the big "start/stop" button and the little "H" and "M" on either side of the timer display flashes. To clear the timer, just hit both the "h" and the "m" buttons simultaneously. To stop the alarm or to turn off the timer before the alarm sounds just hit the "start/stop" button.

On the back of the timer, there are 4 different on/off switches: flashing light alarm, sound alarm, vibrating alarm, and one for hours/minutes or minutes/seconds.

When I set the timer on my desk, it moved around when the alarm went off but when I turned off the vibrating function, the timer didn't move around.

If you need to turn off both the sound and vibrating alarms and use only the flashing light alarm, the light is quite noticeable by itself if placed nearby in your line of sight (within a foot or so). This would be very handy if you're near a sleeping baby! :) But if you clip it on a breast pocket, I would use both the flashing light and vibrating alarms.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer 77 on December 5, 2011
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I wanted a discreet timer that would alert me every hour to step away from my desk and walk up and down the fire tower stairs for a couple of minutes to improve circulation. I wanted a silent vibrating timer that I could clip to my waistband or belt or slip into my pocket so that the sound wouldn't disturb my coworkers or alert them every time I left my desk.

The timer is an attractive matte silver color with grey buttons and a small brand name logo at the top (thankfully not "kitchen timer" white with a loud logo). It seems well built. The "start" and "stop" buttons were not accidentally pressed when I slipped the timer into my pocket. The clip works well. The magnet works well. The stand works well. The numbers are large and easily read. The light flashes a nice bright red. The volume is good quality without being piercing. The vibration is easily felt. However, the vibrating mode is NOT SILENT. It can be heard by anyone standing next to you or in your work area, even if it's in your pocket. It's less disruptive than the volume mode, but it is definitely not silent. However, I will keep the timer because it IS silent in the light flashing mode, and that makes this worthwhile for me.

When you try your unit, you may think the batteries are dead; they are not. You must open the battery compartment and remove the small strip of plastic that you'll see covering one end of the battery. Once this is removed and the battery reinserted, the unit works. I am writing this after testing the unit; however, I don't know how long the batteries last. I don't know if they run down quickly.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Charles Chandler on August 17, 2010
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My hearing isn't great. I bought a couple of timers recently and was disappointed with them. I could barely hear them in a quiet room. With music or news playing forget it. I did a Google product search for "timer for hearing impaired" and found this one. It has solved my problem nicely. I can be working at my computer with iTunes blaring and it gets my attention. I like the instructions that come with it. But really, the unit is so well designed that instructions are hardly required. I like how you can set it to read in hours and minutes or minutes and seconds. Setting it up is very intuitive. I think this is a great product.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rainbow Dash on May 30, 2012
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The flashing light is quite bright and easily catches my attention. Likewise, the audio alarm is fairly loud (it's a fast chirping sort of beep). Unfortunately the vibration is also on the loud side, so be aware if you were hoping for something discreet. That said, the best feature in my eyes is the fact that you can turn all of the alarms off and have a completely silent timer. This makes it perfect for pacing yourself during standardized tests (I'll be using it on the bar exam).

It's quite small (about the size of a chicken egg) and the display is likewise on the small side. It's perfect if sitting in front of you on a desk (especially tilted with the kickstand built into the clip), but it might be a bit hard to see the time remaining from across a room.

Dimensions: 2.9" x 1.9" x 1.2"
Weight: 2 oz (57g)

Other info: It uses 2 AAA batteries, which are included. For some reason it is capped at 19 hours 59 minutes or 99 minutes 59 seconds. Oh, and although it doesn't say so in the description, it also functions as a stopwatch and has a simple memory feature (you can pause and resume, and when it finishes and you hit stop it'll go back to the last time you set).
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