When there’s a pie in the oven and spaghetti boiling on the stovetop, this two-event timer tracks the cooking times for each dish independently so nothing overcooks. Each timer counts either up or down to 23 hours, 59 minutes, and 59 seconds and beeps at the end of each elapsed time setting. When the timer is not in use, the gadget operates as a digital clock, reporting the current time in hours, minutes, and seconds in either a 12- or 24-hour display. The LCD screen displays an easy-to-view 1-inch readout and the timer itself can mount to a magnetized surface, clip to clothing, or stand on a tabletop. The instrument is simple to set and has easily identifiable buttons for the clock function, each of the two timers, hours, minutes, seconds. Additionally, a start/stop button pauses and resumes countdowns midway through the scheduled time and stops the alarm at the end of set time period. The timer also has a recall button that, when pressed once, remembers the last recorded time frame and, when pressed twice, clears the memory for resetting. The timer runs on a single AAA battery (included) and Taylor ensures complete accuracy in its readings through a one-year limited warranty.