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|Countdown Timer: Yes||Country of Manufacture: China|
In 1888, Edward Katzinger founded a commercial baking pan company in Chicago, IL. It eventually became known as the EKCO® Housewares Co., and by the mid 1960’s it evolved as the country’s largest non-electric Housewares manufacturer. While EKCO® Cookware is still offered in our vast product portfolio, EKCO® kitchen tools and gadgets grew at a tremendous rate over the years and historically EKCO® was the only notable kitchenware brand, almost single-handedly servicing the marketplace for many, many years. The EKCO® brand became the gold standard for quality, reliable utensils that were used for everyday day meal preparation in kitchens across America. Even with the variety of items to choose from today, EKCO® tools and gadgets still remain one of the most recognizable and trusted brands in the business!
OK, but ringer is not loud
DJW from Bezelow, SC– Verified Buyer
This is an OK timer but, as usual with digital timers, the alarm is not loud enough at a distance. I use it here at my computer so it is no problem hearing it uless I walk away for some reason.
Handy work timer.
William from Greenville, TX– Verified Buyer
Excellent timing with a noise maker that can be heard but not irritating. Easy to set and handy to use for long count-down cooking. My main use is by the hour so that I don't sit at my desk over long between breaks. Each hour it helps the circulation and concentration to take a break.
Harold Bishop from Albuquerque, NM– Verified Buyer
Don't trust your memory. Just buy a few of these and never burn up supper again. These work good and last a long time.
Judith from Portland, OR– Verified Buyer
Good communication on when item was shipped. Timely arrival, excellent condition. Exactly what I had ordered. Packaged well. In short, just what I expected!
Alyssa from NH– Verified Buyer
Wouldn't necessarily recommend. Slightly confusing to use- when you hit stop after the timer goes off, the timer then switches and starts counting up. If you don't hit stop again, it will just continue to count upwards. I've had it be counting up for hours before I realize
Valued Customer from California– Verified Buyer
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