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KitchenAid Single Event Digital Timer, 2.5 inches, Black

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Digital Timer

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  • This digital kitchen timer features a large, back-lit display that is easy to read
  • Extra-strong covered magnets allow you to store this timer on your cooktop, refrigerator or vent and prevent surface scratching
  • Easily programmable with minute and second buttons that can count down from 99 minutes, 59 seconds or count up starting from zero
  • Batteries included, (2) Cr2032
  • One year hassle-free replacement and lifetime limited warranty

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Style Name:Digital Timer

Rest easy, focus on that second dish, or set the table while KitchenAid single event digital timer tracks cooking time. With incredible ease of use, Simple programming and trusted precision, worrying about bake time is a thing of the past. It has a 1. 5” LCD backlit readout that is easy to see when you rush past in a hurry. The timer can count down or up to 99 minutes and 59 minutes, and is ready to keep track of cooking times right out the of the package with the installed, long lasting CR2032 batteries. The timer can be put on the fridge or oven door with the extra-strong magnets that are enclosed in the housing to prevent scratching of appliances or surfaces.


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8 June 2020
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9 July 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars Malfunction in less than a month
By Lily Hong on 9 July 2020
Ordered it on 21 June, delivered a few days later. Today is 9 July. Scale is already malfunctioning. What is this?
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4 July 2021
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Michael de Vera
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad scale. Design is superb; function is eh.
18 July 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad scale. Design is superb; function is eh.
Reviewed in the United States on 18 July 2020
TL; DR: it’s okay for measuring if you don’t have OCD, I guess.

Reason for purchase: baking needs & calorie counting

I love the design of this scale - the two platforms are a great idea and I use both frequently. I love that the load capacity of both platforms is sufficient that you might put a bowl on either and tare it to add items that might otherwise roll off the platform.

It’s easy to use, tares quickly, toggles back and forth between grams & ounces easily.

(I’d been using a chemistry scale, which weighs in hundredths of grams. It had a capacity of 200g, though, so imagine my vexation whenever weighing anything greater than that, especially if a container on the platform ate up some of that capacity. The chemistry scale never let me down, though.)

This scale has the following issues - if you add something very slowly to the larger platform, particularly a light item, like sprinkling flour into a container, it does not keep up with the added weight. If I tap the platform with my finger, it’ll catch up, but then I have no idea if it’s accurate so I’ll pick up the container and set it back down again, sometimes to find it was accurate, sometimes to find that the weight jumped up another gram or two.

I checked both platforms against my chemistry scale multiple times and found that they’re pretty close, though the smaller platform is absolutely more sensitive to weight changes (I don’t mean because it measures in hundredths of grams, I mean that it will go up when you add something, whereas the larger platform doesn’t, always). The larger platform is sometimes off by a gram or three.

I found the same discrepancy when checking the two platforms against each other. If we accept the smaller platform as the more-accurate, then the larger platform tends to under-weigh items, and it seems that the discrepancy between the two platforms increases with the weight of the item in question (see pictures).

I therefore use the smaller platform as much as practicality allows, but I wish the big one were more sensitive.

I accept that grams are tiny units of measurement and I should probably get over it and resign myself to mediocrity, but different measurements from the same scale makes one question whether the thing is entirely faulty, and that makes me itchy. Did the cheese I just weighed and ate add 44 calories to my daily total, or 48? Or was it in fact 72?
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Geoff
2.0 out of 5 stars Nice idea, poor execution
28 August 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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rexng
1.0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS! IT HAS NO ACCURACY WHATSOEVER
29 March 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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WOT
1.0 out of 5 stars Looks nice, measures horribly
14 September 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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PiyoPiyo
5.0 out of 5 stars Replaced the broken scale - why didnt I get this sooner?
8 August 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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