KitchenAid KG150 Digital Timer, White
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- Combines the ease of setting a traditional timer with the accuracy of a digital timer.
- Setting wheel is heavy weight cast metal.
- Key Feature: Enables user to select the setting that was last used.
- Easy to use: no complicated instructions.
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Digital timer with rotating chrome setting dial
Many professional cooks say they can tell when food is ready by the aroma. For those who haven't got that well-honed sense of smell to rely on, there are timers. This KitchenAid model combines the large, chunky look of old-fashioned, spring-wound timers with the latest in sleek, digital technology. About the size of an orange, the KG150 is white with a chrome twist dial for a crisp professional look.
To activate the timer, press either button or twist the dial. As the numbers for hours, minutes or seconds blink; twist the dial to set the respective times. The timer may be set for periods up to 9 hours, 59 minutes, and 59 seconds. Just press START and the countdown begins. An insistent electronic tone sounds until the STOP button is pressed. The timer's memory holds the last setting entered; to reset timer to that same time, hold the START button down for 5 seconds.
To clean the timer, wipe with a damp cloth; do not submerge. The KitchenAid KG150 runs on one D battery (included). The timer measures 3-1/2, by 4, by 4 inches. Setting instructions are printed on the back of the timer. --Garland Withers
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It does take a couple extra seconds to set than others but once you get
used to it, I think it's fun. I like the alarm, loud but not too loud.
Give this timer a spin you might like it.
It takes forever to set, you have to let it blink for 8 seconds through the hours then 8 second in the minutes and if you get distracted adding an ingredient while your waiting then you have to wait all over again, and DON't touch the dial or bump the timer while you wait because it will sometimes add 9 to the hours spot and I don't always notice and then you will wonder why the timer hasn't gone off yet.
Mind you have put up with it for 3-4 years bacause it does work, but I just hate using it. So irritating. II am finally fed-up and buying a new timer.
It is time consuming to set just like everyone says. However......
It is fast if you use the same time for batches.
Say you want top do 5 batches of cookies for 15 minutes each.
After you take the time to enter 15 minutes and the first batch beeps, You hold the reset button and 15 minutes will automatically enter.
You can do this even after you put it away. Hold reset, 15 minutes is automatically set and you are ready to go.
It's a shame the timer is difficult to change time setting.
It's awesome except for the one thing that will make you return it, time setting.
It will not blow away if you use it outside.
I have a non-Kitchenaid timer that's got the clock, 2 timers, a button to set H/M/S seperately, and shows you how long it's been since you missed the beep that beeps for over a minute. I use this one more. (I think it's an older West Bend model)