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5 Best Kitchen Timers

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5 Best Kitchen Timers

Julie Carlson January 13, 2015

Still using an old-fashioned timer (as opposed to your iPhone or your iPad) in the kitchen? We are; here’s a roundup of five good-looking models. (Why is it so hard to find a kitchen timer that’s not shaped like an egg, a safe dial, or, even worse, a duck?)

Above: The Stainless Twist Timer is $9.95 from Crate & Barrel.

Above: The Magnetic Kitchen Timer by Kikkerland is $14.50 at All Modern

Above: The Eva Solo Magnetic Kitchen Timer is $44.90 from Amazon.

Above: Ikea’s stainless-steel Ordning Kitchen Timer is $11.70 via Amazon.

Above: The 60-Minute Round Timer is available in white or brushed stainless steel; $6.99 from Polder.

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