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Shower Timer



Drop Shaped Shower Timer from EcoSavers® is an innovative new product to educate children and adults alike to learn about saving water and energy.

Simply set the minutes and seconds you want to shower and after the set time, the timer will sound an audible alarm as a sign to stop showering. Limit the time you shower and save water and energy and money, every day time and time again.

Easy to use Drop timer with digital countdown alarm can easily be mounted on the shower wall by the integrated suction cup.

Choose between 3 different exciting models – Duck, Frog and Drop Shape.

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• Time 1 sec. – 99 min / 59 sec.
• Buttons - 1. Minute 2. Seconds 3.Start/stop
• Reset Push minute and second buttons together
• Battery Type LR44 (AG 13) included

:
• Drop shape 75 x 60 x 20 mm (included suction cup)
• Frog Shape 120 x 95 x 25 mm (included suction cup)
• Duck shape 120 x 105 x 25 mm (included suction cup)


For further information or to place an order, please make and enquiry.


Community Review  

Jing Wu wrote:

25 Mar 2016

Hi, my kids are really into saving water, and we read "teach a mouse to save water" everyday. We love the idea of having a timer in the shower room to remind us to take short shower. Can you please let us know how to get the drop shaped shower timer?

We appreciate your help,
Jing




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