The Talking Countdown/up Timer w/Clock features a periodical voice announcement of the time remaining and six different alarms sounds to choose from. This timer has a built in automatic repeat for repetitive activities. In addition, it can count up or down, has a built-in clock and memory button to check the countdown time. Set it up on a desk with the stand or attach it to metal with the magnet.
The small 3.22"L x 2.51"W x .43"H size of the Talking Countdown/up Timer w/Clock allows it to be carried in your pocket, purse, backpack, or briefcase and it is powered by two AG13 alkaline button batteries. It speaks in a clear English human voice and can be used for activities such as cooking or exercise. You'll always appreciate the substance and reliability of buying from ActiveForever.com!
Talking Countdown/up Timer w/Clock Features:
- Ideal for those with low or no vision
- Use for cooking, exercise, or parking
- Switch for count down, count up, clock, and clock set
- Periodical voice announcement of time-remaining
- Automatic repeat of countdown - useful for repetitive activities
- Memory for one-touch recall of the countdown time
- Loud clear human voice
- 6 different alarm sounds
- Built-in prop stand and magnet
- Batteries included - Ready to use out of the box!
Talking Countdown/up Timer w/Clock Specifications:
- Dimensions: 3.22"L x 2.51"W x .43"D (82 x 64 x 11mm)
- Alarm Sounds: 6 (Whistling Tea Pot, Cuckoo, Bell, Hoping Coil, Car Horn, and Di Di)
- Maximum Count-up/Count-down: 23:59:59
- Auto-Repeat: Yes
- Memory: Yes
- Color: Silver body with blue buttons
- Power: AG13 alkaline button batteries x 2 (included)
- Language: English
- Includes: one Talking Countdown/Up Timer w/Clock, two (2) AG13 button batteries, instructions
Warranty: one (1) year
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. Please call Customer Service for a RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number. Unauthorized returns will not be accepted.
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