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June 5, 2007

Digital Day Counter — Finally, a way to find out precisely how long it takes for something to rot in your fridge

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About time.

From the website:

    Digital Day Counter

    Place this little timer on any container and you will know in an instant how old what's inside is.

    Press the button and the days start counting — up to 99. (At that point I would definitely throw it out.)

    Attaches with suction cups and comes with replaceable batteries.

    Counts in hours and days.

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Two for $9.99.

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ohfercryingoutloud -- what's wrong with a Sharpie?

Posted by: jim` | Jun 6, 2007 2:02:44 PM

Genius! Apparently, I am the only person that lives in this house capable of cleaning out the fridge (just a little sarcasm). But, at times I forget when something was put in there and if it's still any good. This gadget certainly sounds like it would help :)

Posted by: GadgetChick | Jun 6, 2007 12:29:50 AM

Do they make a version to attach to underwear?

Posted by: Al Christensen | Jun 5, 2007 3:28:36 PM

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