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Kikkerland Owlet Kitchen Timer, Assorted Colors
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- Adorable wide eyed owl kitchen timer doubles as counter top décor
- Timer goes up to 60 minutes
- Turn clockwise to 60 minutes, then counter clockwise to set to desired time
- You will get one timer. Assorted red, green or light blue colors (color is random and chosen at the time of shipping)
- Measures 2.5 x 4.25 x 2.5-Inch
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Adorable wide eyed owlet kitchen timer will keep watch and time your food so it turns out just right. Turn the head of the owlet to set the time. Timer goes up to sixty minutes. Steel mechanism with plastic exterior and rubber feet. Assorted red, green or light blue colors (color is random and chosen at the time of shipping). Sold individually. Note: This timer needs to be turned clockwise to 60 minutes, then counter clockwise to set to the desired time. If this doesn’t happen, it will not ding. “Turn clockwise to 60 minutes, then counter clockwise to set to desired time." Please refer the video under the image section for further help.
Top Customer Reviews
I have 3 of these and have given 2 more as gifts. I love them. I've had other brands of timers, and with all of them, I make sure they're ticking when I set them down. They're not exactly masterpieces of mechanical engineering. If you need something that syncs up with the atomic clock in Colorado, you're probably barking up the wrong tree. If you need something to remind you to move your clothes from the washer to the dryer, this is a great bet.
Clearly this was not the right job for him. So I've re-assigned him to hold down the fort on a stack of papers. Unfortunately, it feels so cheaply built that it often rolls away under a slight breeze and all the papers fly about.
This item is now our daughter's toy. She played with it for 30 seconds, then started playing with the box instead. It couldn't even entertain a toddler.
+ It looks like a cat
+ Does not alert me when time has expired
+ Does not hold down paper
+ Is not cuddly or soft like a cat is supposed to be
+ Does not entertain my toddler
I would purchase this again--said no buyer of this product, ever.
Do turn it all the way to an hour before turning it back to the minutes you want. All my other timers worked this way, but it's apparently not common knowledge to everyone .....
Oh, and one tiny complaint - the numbers are kinda small and light. But he's so cute, I DON'T CARE!!! :)
BUY HIM!! The $3 one will never make you smile or keep you company by the stove like this one will, and you know it!!
Reading other comments I hesitated but then I began thinking. Folks, I've yet to see a mechanical twisting-type timer that DIDN'T click. I've yet to see a mechanical twisting-type timer that you DIDN'T need to twist all the way and then back to set it (so that the tension is correct.) I'm not trying to be snide, but in my opinion, that's like complaining you can't set it to the second. And as far as the volume of the bell...its 2 inches in diameter and made of plastic...did you expect a foghorn????? If you have to leave the room before you think it will ding, I hope it's not toooooo heavy for you to take with you--ok, that was a little snide, but I mean really! :-)
Finally, regarding how long it may last....again 2" and plastic...treat it gently, don't throw it around, don't put it next to a REALLY hot heat source so the poor thing doesn't get too hot (for example my apartments "vintage" oven vent is at the back of the stove top and actually melted my poor plastic tomato mechanical timer because I put too close), and keep it clean. It should last quite well for a $6.00 timer. If it doesn't work when you buy it or it stops after a light amount a use, return it (I hope a customer who might buy one that doesn't work on the very first go-around returns it--manufacturing errors do occur.)
But, there is a flaw: it does not work well for shorter times. I've tried to set it for 5 mins and it started counting and then quit sometime and never buzzed. I haven't had that problem for anything 10 mins or longer, but it's happened almost every time I've tried to set it for under 10 mins.