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CDN TM8 Digital Timer and Clock Memory Feature

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  • Digital timer/clock has memory for retiming repetitive events
  • Perfect for timing game moves or baking cookies
  • Counts up or down, 24 hours by seconds
  • Compact size with pocket clip, stand, and magnet
  • 5-year warranty
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Product Manual [23kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.5 x 0.9 inches ; 1.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000095RCF
  • Item model number: TM8
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,044 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Measuring a trim 2-5/8 by 2 by 1/2 inches, this super-compact timer can stand on a table, slip into a shirt pocket, or magnetically attach to a refrigerator. The timer counts either up to or down from 24 hours by seconds, and its digital memory feature makes it ideal for repetitive timings, such as baking cookies and board game moves. After reaching zero, the timer begins counting up so you know how much time has elapsed since the first alarm beeps. Clearly marked buttons and a red function switch make the timer easy to use, and the alarm’s extra-loud staccato beeps can be heard over the din of a children’s birthday party. CDN covers the digital timer with a five-year warranty against defects. One button battery is included for operation.--Ann Bieri

Product Description

TM8 Features: -Timer and clock.-Dual function.-Counts up/down.-24 Hours by hr/min/sec. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 2" H x 2.675" W x 0.5" D. Warranty: -Manufacturer provides 5 years warranty.


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Customer Reviews

Very handy and easy to use.
Kristin Baylor
The beep is loud enough to hear clearly from one room away.
Woody Wingfield
I love that the timer also has a "count-up" feature.
Famous Bookworm

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Chiu on March 24, 2009
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The things I really like about this timer:

When the timer counts down to zero, the alarm beeps continuoulsy for a minute. Also, a little indicator will come on saying "Time's Up", and the counter start to count up. Also, the time will blink - so if you are using multiple timers in a noisy environment, you can see which timer has expired.

The magnetic clip uses a real magnet that holds more securely than other timer's I've tried. Also, there is a piece of wire that easily flips down to convert the timer into a free standing counter-top unit.

The LCD segments are nice and fat, and has pretty decent contrast. Much easier to read than cheaper counters.

You can assign the count-down duration to a memory button, so that if you're always using the same duration, it only takes two presses to reload the timer duration.

The timer is utilitarian -- it's not much to look at -- but it sure works well!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Haunted Malibu on March 9, 2009
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CDN truly delivers a great multi function product with this timer. Simply slide the switch on the side to switch from clock mode, count down mode to timer mode. The timer beep is very loud and works great as a portable alarm clock. The countdown feature helps with time management and the count up feature is also a great time measurement tool. These are the same timers that are used by Starbucks coffee shops. Features a built on magnet with a push out stand so that it can rest on it's own or be placed on a magnetic surface. I love my timer/clock/alarm, and the battery is user replaceable, just swing by any k-mart or wal-mart and head for the watch section, to find a replacement battery. The only thing I would add is a 'lock' feature, other than that it's almost perfect!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By PhotoBug on October 22, 2007
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This timer is simple to use and broadcasts a very loud alarm signal, which is very important to me. So many digital timers can't be heard just one room away. I've had my CDN timer for years, and have bought additional ones as gifts.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By apteros on February 26, 2011
Many years ago I worked as a Barista at Starbucks. We had a method of setting a timer for 10 minutes and doing a "sweep"- one of us would shift from behind the bar to the sitting area, do a quick pick up of used dishes, wipe off tables and chairs, refill milk and sugar packets, etc. We used these timers exclusively. We'd set the memory button to 10 minutes, and every time it would beep, we'd reset it to start over and do the sweep. Its easy to use, easy to program, its very loud so you can hear over the espresso machines and coffee grinders, it keeps beeping until you get annoyed and turn it off, and it takes one 375/303 watch button-type battery that's easy to find and lasts a REALLY long time regardless. I "borrowed" this years ago and have only changed the battery once. I've since purchased two more online because I love it so much. I have two in the kitchen on one in the laundry room. It clips to my belt so I can know when the laundry is done even if I'm too far to hear the buzzer. When I am done I just use the magnet to attach to the washer so I don't lose it. I use one to time my haircolor, and it stands up with the kickstand in the bathroom. My boyfriend borrows it sometimes for the gym, because it makes a great makeshift interval timer, and its half the price of specialized gym timers out there, not that he cares, because he gets it for free...) I'm also a Flylady fan, and use it to time my 15 min "home blessings." I've purchased other timers, but I don't like one or more features (one I had would beep when I have 5 min left before the time is up- if I wanted to know 5 min early, I would've set it 5 min early! Its annoying to go run and check on my cake thinking times up, when I really have 5 more min. Ugh.Read more ›
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By paperairplane on May 26, 2004
This is a good timer, and gets all the function I need - clock, count-up and count-down. It helps me a lot, especially when counting down ebay auctions.
The only drawback of this timer is: when you use it as a clock and accidentally touch the "HR", "MIN" or "SEC" button, THE TIME CHANGES!
I owned another similiar timer before, which is cleverer: the clock time changes only when you press "MEMORY" and one of the "HR", MIN" or "SEC" button at the same time. I guess this timer can be improved in this way as well. Other then this, it's a great timer.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert Roudebush on January 10, 2011
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Top half digital display disappeared during second use. Thought it might be caused by low battery, but not the case. Not worth returning.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Stuart Statman on June 14, 2011
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This is a fine timer with one significant design flaw that makes a positive review difficult.

The back of the timer is not even; this means that, if you use the magnet on the back to stick it to your refrigerator, you can't press the start or stop buttons without knocking it off the refrigerator.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Nelson on February 15, 2011
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The timer does pretty much what a timer should do. Admittedly I only use the countdown feature. It has an adequate beep if you are in the same room but if you're further away, it doesn't do well in alerting you. It does have a clip so you could attach it to your clothing and take it with you. Potential buyers should be aware that this timer uses an LR44 battery instead of an AAA battery. The LR44 is a little harder to find and certainly more expensive.
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