Perfect Colour Changing EGG TIMER £1.49 delivered @ EBAY onlineaces2011 (good stocking filler for the wife :) ....) - HotUKDeals
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Cook Your Eggs 'Eggsactly' How You Want!

This Egg Timer Is An Ingenious Way To Ensure That Your Boiled Eggs Are Cooked Perfectly Every Time, Simply Sit The Timer In The Pan With The Eggs And It Will Change Colour As The Eggs Become 'Soft', 'Medium', Or 'Hard' Boiled. The Timer Will Even Adapt To The Number Of Eggs In The Pan. Perfectly Boiled Eggs Every Time!

Graduated Scales Show When Eggs Are Soft, Medium Or Hard By Sensing Heat Instead Of Time. The Sensor Accounts For Number Of Eggs, The Amount Of Water, Even The Altitude At Which The Eggs Are Being Cooked.

Also £1.24 delivered from CHINA if you want to wait for it
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1 Like #1
it's also £1 in poundland, this is good if you wanted to pay 49p to have it delivered.
#2
slightly cheaper here by 20p. also from China.

http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/221584047936
1 Like #3
EDEN188
slightly cheaper here by 20p. also from China.

http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/221584047936


doh! just noticed your 2nd part of the msg
#4
Lexa
it's also £1 in poundland, this is good if you wanted to pay 49p to have it delivered.

I seen it and never got it and its been out of stock in my local shops since :(
#5
Novelty... they don't work. (I have one)
How could it possibly know the size of egg, which will make the difference to if it's to do it right.. and as for account for the number of eggs in the pan X)
3 Likes #6
Ellie Phant
Novelty... they don't work. (I have one)How could it possibly know the size of egg, which will make the difference to if it's to do it right.. and as for account for the number of eggs in the pan X)

they do work does not matter start temp nor number eggs as the liquid expands to the toatal thermal energy aborbed in the pan an therefore to each egg
1 Like #7
I've had one of these for years and has always worked fine for me.

Good job I didn't get it in my Christmas stocking though or we would have had scrambled eggs :)
#8
Also in Asda for £1. Here
#9
EDEN188
slightly cheaper here by 20p. also from China.

http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/221584047936

will arrive February 2015 from China if ordered at this time of year
1 Like #10
tbone
Also in Asda for £1. Here

unavailable @ ASDA
1 Like #11
Lexa
it's also £1 in poundland, this is good if you wanted to pay 49p to have it delivered.
The comments today X)
#12
scoobytawazara
Ellie Phant
Novelty... they don't work. (I have one)How could it possibly know the size of egg, which will make the difference to if it's to do it right.. and as for account for the number of eggs in the pan X)

they do work does not matter start temp nor number eggs as the liquid expands to the toatal thermal energy aborbed in the pan an therefore to each egg
What???????????????????????????????///
#13
qbs
scoobytawazara
Ellie Phant
Novelty... they don't work. (I have one)How could it possibly know the size of egg, which will make the difference to if it's to do it right.. and as for account for the number of eggs in the pan X)
they do work does not matter start temp nor number eggs as the liquid expands to the toatal thermal energy aborbed in the pan an therefore to each egg
What???????????????????????????????///

it does not think!,simply absorbs thermal energy (and liquid inside expands) at a similar rate to that of an egg
#14
Key thing with these is to make sure they're at the same temp as your eggs when you start.
2 Likes #15
They work great. I've used them for years.
1 Like #16
Wow thanks never seen these before now the husband can make me the perfect egg on a Sunday morning :-)

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