Magnetic Fridge Clock
Want a kitchen clock but don't have the wall space? This clock magnetically attaches to a fridge door or any other metallic surface and is flexible, so it can bend to a curved surface. It is 20 centimeters, which is about 7.8 inches.
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Posted by Maya Bazar at February 22, 2006 9:35 AM
I once spent $12.95 for an electronic kitchen timer. It was magnetized to be mounted on the refrigerator. I dropped it once while setting it, and it never worked again.
A year ago I bought a cheap ($1.00) electronic timer at Dollar Tree. It's magnetized, too. I've dropped it countless times, and it still works like a charm—on the original battery. Today I bought another one for nonculinary purposes.
This little gem (made in China, of course) carries the brand name Cooking Essentials and is distributed by Greenbrier International Inc. in Chesapeake, Va.
Fancy design is fine, but if it doesn't work, what good is it?