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Woods 59377 Digital 7-Day Lamp/Appliance Timer with 2 Outlets, Up to 8 On/Off Settings per day and Battery Back Up

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  • 56 on/off settings per week
  • 8 on/off settings per day
  • Summer/winter changeover
  • Self recharging batter back-up
  • Manual override
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 59377
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions7.9 x 5.9 x 3 inches
Item model number59377
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionThis product is warranted against any defects in material or workmanship.
  
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Additional Information
ASINB000IKQRTU
Best Sellers Rank #121,494 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Specially designed to be used with heavy-duty appliances, such as portable air conditioners and fans, the Woods 59377 Seven-Day Digital Timer with Two Outlets is versatile enough to also work with lamps, radios, and other on/off appliances. It can cut down on energy costs and act as part of a home safety plan by making your house appear occupied, even when it isn't.

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59377 Seven-Day Digital Timer with Two Outlets
At a Glance:
  • Digital timer with eight settings per day/56 settings per week
  • Saves energy and can help improve home safety
  • Two outlets let you plug in more than one appliance at a time
  • Perfect for lamps, iPod docks, space heaters, and more
  • Includes self-recharging battery in case of power failure
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Seven-Day Digital Timer

Use with heavy-duty appliances,like heaters, portable air conditioners, and fans. View larger.
Limitless Energy Efficiency and Home Safety Options
With the Woods 59377 Seven-Day Digital Timer, the energy efficiency and home safety options are many. For example, set appliances like your space heater to turn off after a programmed interval, so you won't have to worry about forgetting to turn it off manually when you leave the house. Or set this timer to turn lamps throughout the house on and off while you're away on vacation.

Works with a Variety of Appliances and Electronics
When you plug any appliance or electrical device into this timer, the 59377 conducts electricity through it; it can also cut off the supply of electricity at certain pre-programmed times. When used regularly and properly, it can help improve the safety of all appliances around the house, because they can be timed to automatically switch off. You can also use the 59377 to turn off all the electronic devices that use electricity--even in standby mode--including cell-phone chargers, iPod docks, laser printers, and more.

User-Friendly Features for a Safe, Energy Efficient Home
Easy to set up and program, the 59377 offers the convenience of accurate, to-the-minute digital settings, a sleep countdown function (great for turning off lamps after you fall asleep), and a random setting option, which can turn lights on at unpredictable times to make your home appear occupied when it isn't. It also has a rechargeable battery backup, so you won't have to worry about losing your programmed settings in a power outage.

Eight Settings per Day
The 59377 provides eight different settings per day (or 56 per week). Two outlets let you plug in more than one appliance at a time and use the timer to control both. During daylight saving, the timer adjusts automatically. Additionally, a manual override button makes it easy to turn off a particular setting at any time without erasing the program.

The Woods 59377 Seven-Day Digital Timer is backed by a one-year limited warranty for manufacturing defects.

About Woods
In December 2007, Coleman Cable completed the acquisition of Woods Industries. Coleman Cable and Woods combine to continue as a leader in product innovation, packaging design, and merchandising for a wide variety of electrical corded products, bulk electrical and electronic wire, surge protectors, garden lighting, timers, and other accessory items for the consumer. Now the family of prominent brands includes American Contractor, Yellow Jacket, RoadPower, Moonrays, and SmartStrip, to name just a few.

For more than 75 years, Woods has been a leading developer of electrical products for consumers and professional contractors. Woods has an extensive record as an innovator in product development, packaging and retail displays, collaborating with customers to deliver quality products.

What's in the Box
Woods 59377 Seven-Day Digital Timer with Two Outlets and manual.


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Product Description

WOODS 7 DAY DIGITAL HEAVY DUTY TIMER
  • Indoor 7 day digital heavy duty timer with 2 outlets
  • White
  • 1 HP
  • 3 wire grounded
  • Multiple on/off settings (maximum 8 per day/56 per week)
  • Accurate to-the-minute settings and sleep countdown function
  • Random settings for easily automated variable on/off times
  • Self recharging battery back- up
  • Timer controls both outlets
  • For use with heaters, air conditioners and more


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Programming is a little confusing however.
davep1553
I have contacted the company for a return because no return info came with the unit.
Scott F. Trefny
UPDATE: One of the three timers we received stopped working.
Aaron702

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

120 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Aaron702 on March 24, 2009
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NOTICE: For those in doubt about using the bottom wall outlet, please view my added photos above.

This timer is well-worth the price.

The majority of outlet timers only handle 2-prong devices, and even then, they can't switch much of an electrical load. The few 3-prong timers are either mechanical or, if digital, don't handle much current, have batteries to constantly replace, or are expensive on a per-outlet basis. We liked the Woods':

- 2 grounded (3-prong) plugs
- 1875 Watts (The timer, timer box and its leaflet show 1875 watts for BOTH Resistive and Tungsten, but Amazon and the online manual say otherwise)
- Self-charging rechargeable battery
- Manual bypass button
- Noiseless operation
- Up to 8 ON/OFF daily cycles for each of 7 days (allows timed events to cover sets of days, too)
- Daylight savings hour shift (just press two buttons simultaneously)

It also has a few features we won't currently need like randomized and countdown ON/OFF and the ability to cycle power to a minute's resolution.

I've tested this timer on our washer, freezer, basement dehumidifier, and our large air purifier. It easily handled all with no problems.

Other impressions: The picture shown above is accurate, but the rubber "Manual" button looks like a slider switch. Also, the days of the week arrows don't quite align between the display and its housing. The unit is solid and when plugged in to the upper of two wall outlets, allows our 3 prong (grounded) power strip to use the free outlet (a somewhat tight fit, though). Strangely, there is no mention of a warranty anywhere with the product. It is made in China.

UPDATE: One of the three timers we received stopped working.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Thomas on May 17, 2010
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Initially I thought this was an awsome product as it worked flawlessly. I was able to setup several different on and off settings for each weekday and weekend days. After the first 2 months I notice all the display locations were completely on so you couldn't read anything; until it was unpluged and it worked fine again. I reset it back to default, reconfigured all the settings and plugged it back in. Once again every display item was on so you couldn't read anything. It wasn't really a big deal since it was still working. Then after a couple more months it stopped turning things on and off. Now it's completely useless. I did get several good months out of this unit but I was expecting years...
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dmitri Toptygin on July 30, 2009
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I bought this Woods 7-Day Digital Timer to control warmrails (bath towel warming) in the master bathroom in my home. Without the timer the warmrails worked 24 hours a day, which cost about $17 per month or $200 per year. The timer keeps the warmrails powered only when we may need to use warm towels, i.e., early in the morning on Monday-Friday, early in the evening on Sunday-Thursday, later in the morning on Saturday and Sunday, later in the evening on Friday and Saturday. The rest of the time nobody needs warm towels, and the warmrails are powered off, which saves about 70% in electricity costs, i.e., it saves $140 per year. Considering how little I paid for this timer, the savings in electric bills have already paid off for the purchase of this timer. The internal clock in this timer is very accurate, and, what is most impressive, it keeps ticking and remembers all settings during power outages, which take place rather often in the area where I live.

UPDATE: The first timer died after about two years, therefore I bought the second one, which also died, and now the third one is about to die. They are not built to last. If you want something that lasts a lot longer, buy Stanley 31200 TimerMax Indoor Weekly Digital Timer. It has exactly the same functionality as Woods 59377, but it does not fail after 24 months.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Scott F. Trefny on September 14, 2009
Had this thing for a month and noticed it started turning my appliance on and off at different times after three weeks. I attempted to reset it but the display is missing elements in and i cannot see the days of the week i want to set. I have contacted the company for a return because no return info came with the unit.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Darnell Wilson on June 25, 2010
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At first I thought this unit was great. The setup was pretty intuitive and it'd handle exactly the programming that I needed. I setup my appliance on this expecting to find it turned off 3 hours later. To my shock and horror, I found the device on 10 hours later with the timer displaying all 8888 for the time, as well as every other LCD element lit. Unplugging and replugging did not fix anything, and actually proved it was further broken! The battery backed-up clock/timer feature was also not working (although it was working great out of the box, and as I setup the unit). Now something is rattling around inside the unit and its display is still just full of garbage as it passes power (a *SAFE* unit would fail to OFF, not ON). The quality control is certainly not up to par. My appliance was rated at a quarter of the capacity of this 15A unit, I should not have had problems! Avoid!!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 27, 2010
I have tried with two, guess I'm a slow learner. The first one worked well for three months then scrambled images appeared and it developed a personality of it's own. The second one had it own way from the first like it does not understand AM or PM settings.
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