Shower Clock With Timer

There is no universally recommended length of shower to take to conserve water. For maximum conservation, if you shower daily, Water Conservation News & Tips recommends taking a 5-minute shower at least 5 days per week. You can also take a variety of steps, from upgrading old hardware to using a timer to gradually reducing your shower time, to conserve water.

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1.E0007STH-V7  Touch Button Shower Clock With Timer

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· Water splash resistant

· Placing alternatives:

Wall hanging with hanging slot or strong suction cup

· Table stand

· Current time with 12/24 hour format selectable

· Calendar tracks month and date

· Indoor thermometer

· Temperature display in ℃/℉

· Comfort level index

· Power consumption: 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries (not included)

2.B0008STH  Shower Clock With Thermo-hygrometer

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· Waterproof for water splashes

· Flip 180 degree for 2 position methods

· Time display in big digits

· 12/24 hours selectable

· Indoor temperature display with ℃/℉Selectable

· Indoor humidity display

· Humidity range :1%RH-99%RH

· Power consumption: 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries (not included)

Post time: Jun-29-2022