|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 7 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||38425|
|Item Package Quantity||2|
Stanley 38425 TimerMax Digislim Polarized 1-Outlet Digital Bar Timer, 2-Pack
|Price:||$16.66 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Plug in the timer to charge prior to programming and initial use. Press the reset button to activate the timer
- Program repeats daily, LCD screen with visual indicators
- Built-in rechargeable backup battery maintains program settings during power outages and relocation
- Polarized outlet
- Rating: UL/CUL 120V/5A/600W Res, 60W T
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I love that it has it's own batteries to keep time. We lose power a lot where I live and it is a pain to have to update all my mechanical timers after going without power. I'm sure I'll have no problems with this, but if I do, I will come back to update. I'm also interested to see how long the batteries last for keeping time. They appear to be calculator-type batteries, so I'm sure they are inexpensive.
I love that it has an override "on" switch. There is no override "off" but I would never use it anyway. This only offers ONE on/off set of times, so if you need something to turn on/off more than once a day, this won't work for you. Also, this will only accommodate a 2 prong plug.
Overall, I thought this 2-pack was incredibly affordable and I'm completely happy with this product. I am buying more and switching out all my mechanical timers for these. I can't give a better recommendation than that!
UPDATE: September 22, 2009
We lose power at my home all of the time and lost power for several hours yesterday. Our power came back on only a couple of minutes before the timers were scheduled to come on. I am happy to report that the timers kept perfect time throughout the power outage and turned the devices on at the programmed times.Read more ›
- Easy to Program
- Easy to Read Display
- User Replaceable Backup Batteries (Two L44 button cell)
- Runs Without Batteries
- Takes Only One Slot In a Vertical Two Slot Socket System
- Time and Switches can be set by as little as one minute
- Override On Switch
- No bright light emitting from the device
- No Override Off Switch
- Limited to only turn on and off once per day
- Can take up two slots horizontally
- No temporary backlit display feature
I've owned a Woods digital timer and it worked fine until the internal battery died in it. The bad part about the Woods timer is that the battery wasn't user replaceable! As soon as I opened the package and saw the battery compartment I was excited to see this feature! I first bought this because it was the cheapest digital based timer switch I could find and it didn't mention anything about a backup battery in the unit or that it was user replaceable.
My main concern about this item was if I could set it to turn off in one minute and turn back on. I have a skype phone which works fine, but every now and then it needs the unit to be reset (power turned off and on). So this device fit the bill perfectly with added features I didn't expect. Since it is digital it doesn't make any sound as a manual based timer (the ones with a circle based clock with plugs or pins you'd place to set it). Again the user replaceable battery feature is nice because obviously you can replace them yourself and it remembers your settings if the power happens to go out.
It is rather simple to program as in to set your times by just holding down either the TIME or ON or OFF button and then press the hour or minute button to set it.Read more ›
First problem, basic design: There are two watch-type batteries in a little compartment in the unit. On one of mine, the battery was loose and fell into the main body of the unit. It's totally inaccessible in there. Why was this thing designed so that if the batteries aren't tethered in, they will end up loose in the unit, never to be seen again?
Second problem, quality: On one of the two units in the pack, one of the five control buttons is broken. It's as though the hour button is permanently depressed. That means if I press one of the other control buttons, the hours tick by, whether I want to advance hours or not. I can't set minutes at all. If I press the set-time, set-on, or set-off button, the hours advance Thus, were I to try to use this, it would be a challenge to set or keep it set properly. So one is directly into the garbage.
What about the one I can use? It's OK, but not great.
It seems one can only set one on-then-off setup. A better product would allow me to set multiple on/off sequences during a 24-hour period. Other timers I have had do offer this flexibility.
Pluses: I can set a precise period for "on" of however many minutes I want (rather than, for example, being restricted to one-hour blocks). It's small. It's quiet (actually soundless--I have had other timers that hum or are otherwise annoying).
Minuses: Battery compartment is poorly designed. Quality is low (for me, on one of two units one of five buttons was broken when I received it).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works very well to my Internet connection keeps the band width smooth running.Published 24 days ago by 100
I have used several different brands of digital outlet timer for my home appliances. The Stanley TimerMax Digislim Polarized outlet timer provides good basic functionality for... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Gadgetman
I was excited to try these timers out. However, I can't give this a good rating as the units were both not working, even after trying multiple things. Read morePublished 1 month ago by eric m.
great digital timers for lights, or any other electronic.
easy to program.
does NOT block 2 outlets! this is great! Read more
I love these Stanley digislim timers.They are so easy to use.The instructions are very clear and concise. Follow the steps and they are set with no hassle. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Firefly
great form factor in that two units will fit into a pair of outlets. easy to program provided the re-chargeable battery isn't dead. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Prime Buyer
Simple to program - and it works.
It has one on and one off for the day. It has a manual on/off slider switch on the top -- which you can't see in the picture. Read more
Time of day increased while in use, causing attached lights to come on sooner than programmed. Resetting did not fix problem. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carl M.
Opened package on July 1 to begin using product. There were two items in the order. One of the items had a broken part that will not allow it to be used. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer