PET Taylor Precision Products 5873 Super Loud Digital Timer P10855109PET-TAP5873 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/PET/PET-TAP5873.jpg Taylor Precision Products 5873 Super Loud Digital Timer Manufacturer Part Number: 5873 10855109 077784026861 0.35lbs 1.75 5.00 6.75
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11.9900 406 In Stock
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Taylor Precision Products 5873 Super-Loud Digital Timer

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Upc: 077784026861
Model: PET-TAP5873
Price: $11.99
Quantity:
406 In Stock
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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: 5873

  • This item is packaged in retail packaging.

This Super-Loud Digital Timer from Taylor provides a continuous ring at 95 decibels until deactivated. It counts up or down to 24 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds. It also includes a 12/24-hour clock.

Highlights

  • 95dB alarm rings until deactivated by pressing a button
  • Counts up to 24 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds
  • Includes 12/24-hour clock


Features/Specs:
General
Box Dimensions6.75" L x 5" W x 1.75" H
ReturnableYes
Inner Carton Quantity4
Individual Packaging Weight0.2500
Individual PackagingRetail
Includes
  • Thermometer
  • batteries & warranty
Color
Silver
Product Height6.7500 INCH
Product Width 5.0000 INCH
Product Length2.0800 INCH
Battery InformationBattery is packaged with product
Battery SizeAAA
# of Batteries Required to Power Product2
Battery TypeCarbon Zinc
Marketing ColorStainless Steel

Product Warranty

This Item Has ONE YEAR Warranty.
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