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PRO ELEC  PEL00408  24 Hour Mechanical Plug-in Timer - £1.87 (7 day plug-in £2.95) delivered @ CPC
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PRO ELEC  PEL00408  24 Hour Mechanical Plug-in Timer - £1.87 (7 day plug-in £2.95) delivered @ CPC

£1.87£2.5025%CPC Farnell Deals
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Posted 19th SepEdited by:"apur32"

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7 day Plug-in £2.95 delivered

Analogue, 24-Hour programming

30-Minute time slices

24x On/Off programs

Complies with BS5733

Rated at 230V AC, 13A, max. 2,990W

12 month limited warranty *view Terms & Conditions for details
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12 Comments
Terrible timers. I've got this 4 pack from Argos and they start off quiet but end up being really loud. Read the reviews
So you switch items on and off , 7 days planning
wakkaday19/09/2019 17:11

So you switch items on and off , 7 days planning


Did someone say switch?

Oh, don't mind me, whenever the word switch is mentioned I get a notification

As you were
MrSwitch19/09/2019 17:25

Did someone say switch? Oh, don't mind me, whenever the word switch is …Did someone say switch? Oh, don't mind me, whenever the word switch is mentioned I get a notification (embarrassed)As you were


Sorry @MrSwitch you got the notification incorrectly
apur3219/09/2019 17:27

Sorry @MrSwitch you got the notification incorrectly


BioShock19/09/2019 17:08

Terrible timers. I've got this 4 pack from Argos and they start off quiet …Terrible timers. I've got this 4 pack from Argos and they start off quiet but end up being really loud. Read the reviews


I don't think they sell this brand
apur3219/09/2019 17:29

I don't think they sell this brand


Those Master plug timers from Argos do look almost identical to this Pre-Elec timer.
We had some of these, from Wilco - looked identical. Unfortunately they were unreliable - didn’t keep the correct time (not caused by powercuts). Avoid IMHO.
Tolerance +/- 30mins
OK google analogue mode.
This is not a good deal. These terrible timers and their kin are available in all sorts of cheapo bargain shops and have the reliability you'd expect from there. Just because the likes of argos etc sell similar products doesn't mean they're good. These mechanical timers fail so often you're better off cutting your losses and getting a digital one now.
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