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So darn cute
Debbie from Davisburg, MI– Verified Buyer
It makes me smile whenever I look at it. Use it in the kitchen....
Teresa from Clearwater, FL
I haven't had the opportunity to use it yet however, it is exactly as described in the website. I love penguins, very cute.
Piece of junk
matt from boston, ma– Verified Buyer
This is a piece of junk. It was $35 or so, marked down to $15. I later saw it at Barnes & Noble for $8, which is still more than it's worth. Cheap plastic and feels like it will break after a few uses.
Pamela from Coconut Creek, FL– Verified Buyer
I bought this product because there were some good reviews. However, this one does not work at all. Burned up some brownies using it
April from Belle Chasse, LA– Verified Buyer
This is a great product. I use it to time my granddaughter on her reading and math. She loves it because it's a penguin!
Valued Customer from New Jersey
About the Designer
Jan Habraken Netherlands
Industrial Designer Jan Habraken (born in Eindhoven, the Netherlands) studied architecture at the Design Academy Eindhoven, where he met fellow student Maarten Baptist. Following graduation the two started WATdesign in 2002. The collaboration proved to be a success in the Netherlands and across Europe, which led to the opening of a New York office. Within months after Jan arrived in New York WATdesign began working with clients Kikkerland and Target. Inspired by the New York design scene, Habraken set out to launch his own design studio in 2007. The studio (under his own name) spans various disciplines from furniture and product design to exhibit and architecture. Jan conjures up the cleanest designs that work and have a function. His lines are clear and the geometry is very simple. He uses less and less material which makes the work easier to produce and has a longer life. Jan is involved not just in form but also in the refining of manufacturing and the optimization of production. Habraken’s functionalist approach stems from his socially conscious viewpoint. His work has a reputation for quality, precision and practicality that has come to be what is expected from Dutch design. Studio Jan Habraken in New York is set to hunt out international manufacturers and put its multifunctional creations on the world stage. From household products to furniture, his approach is guided by his social conscience. His objects have to fulfill their function; the result is a smart product that people enjoy using. He believes that design should bring the most of the best to the greatest number of people.
OUR SKU # KKL1648Penguin Timer is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: KT18