Masterplug 24hr Mechanical Timer Triple Pack £1.99 @ sainsburys
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Masterplug 24hr Mechanical Timer Triple Pack £1.99 @ sainsburys

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Found 9th Feb 2012
If you're concerned about wasting electricity, look no further. These 24 hour mechanical timers let you automatically control your household appliances, so you can switch them on and off when it suits you.

This is great for reducing your carbon footprint, and saving money too.

Each features a manual override and LED indicator.

Product features

Body material
Plastic/Copper

Brand
Masterplug

Country of origin
China

LED charge indicator
Yes

Product name/number
Masterplug 24hr Mechanical Timer Triple Pack

Product number
TM24-MP
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bargain!
Great price, very poor product. Switches on the side were faulty on 4 of the 6 I bought (2 packs) even contacted master plug who said they had recognized a problem some time ago and had rectified. Said I had probably got old stock! Just some words of advice.

Sorry OP, fair comment I hope you understand.
can't argue with the price, free to collect at local shop - and any problems back they go.

good find - cheers
nice find bargain
Hot! These were £5 when I bought a pack in December.
I bought this before Xmas, good price but beware very cheap product, hard to set, and can blow a fuse easily. U have been warned.
i have on of these, its rubbish, you can hear the ticker
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I've been hoping to get a timer to control a CFL bulb for my terrarium, but the digital timers specifically state not to use them for fluorescent or low powered lights. It sounds like this one wouldn't be suitable either if it makes a ticking noise. Any suggestions?

tick tick boooooom

Rede84

I've been hoping to get a timer to control a CFL bulb for my terrarium, … I've been hoping to get a timer to control a CFL bulb for my terrarium, but the digital timers specifically state not to use them for fluorescent or low powered lights. It sounds like this one wouldn't be suitable either if it makes a ticking noise. Any suggestions?


I thought all of them made a ticking noise?

I bought a good quality one a couple of years ago and it ticked away all the time , was going to get one with my free £10 Currys voucher tomorrow anyway , well for 99p extra for the 7 day one you can program a week in advance & should be ok quality wise

BTW I just got a few of the brass switch panels for 99p reduced from £9.99 on there but they are selling QUICK too! x

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I used a Mechanical Timer, after a few weeks the ticking did my head in so stopped using it, mind you it was an old model.
(i) Digital timers keep correct time after powercuts. I usually need that type of reliability.
(ii) Digital plug in types usually work OK with energy saving bulbs. I have been using some for years.
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