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October 30, 2007

Professional Quad Timer


From the website:

    Professional Quad Timer

    It can be a challenge to prepare a multi-course meal without something being overcooked or worse, not having everything cooked and ready to serve at the desired time.

    This multi-event timer can be used to time the cooking process or as a reminder when to start cooking various dishes with varying cook times.

    It has four independent timers that are set with a central rotary dial.

    All timers can be adjusted, paused or reset independently, and expired timers count up after sounding.

    The large dual LCD displays any two timers at once.

    Four green LEDs, representing each of the stovetop burners, illuminate when timers are running.

    The unit has a black rubber housing and a brushed metal faceplate, and operates with two included AAA batteries.


TechnoDolts™ will please move along, nothing to see here.

Everyone else — your time has come.


October 30, 2007 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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Far too techno. Some of us still use the "When it's brown it's cooking, when it's black it's done" method.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Oct 30, 2007 5:45:45 PM

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