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The electronic timers may have a flashing, vibrating or a loud audible alert, or a spoken counter in a range of languages. They generally give hour, minute and second countdowns.
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If you have some sight loss you may find colour constrast and/or larger digits helpful (RNIB, 2009).
Electronic timers are often combined with clocks. They have a flashing, vibrating or an audible alert usually giving an hour, minute and second countdown. Some are magnetic or have a clip attachment.
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