From the “What will they think of next?” department, this 21st-century egg timer takes the guesswork out of cooking eggs. Placed in a pan with eggs, its internal sensor reacts to heat just as the eggs do. It’s like being able to peer inside a cooking egg to see what’s happening. The timer’s red face is calibrated to indicate soft, medium, and hard–and stages in between.
As the timer heats up, in precise synchronization with the eggs, its face darkens from the outer edge inward, displaying the eggs’ current status on the calibrated gauge. Because the timer heats in step with the eggs, it automatically adjusts for the amount of water and number of eggs in the pan–even the altitude at which the eggs are being cooked. What a concept!
Placed in pan with eggs, timer darkens as eggs cook
Calculates cooking stages precisely by temperature, not loosely by time
Reacts to heat just as an egg does
Adjusts for number of eggs, amount of water, altitude
Calibrated to indicate soft, medium, hard, and stages in-between