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Work that quiche! How many times have you thought your entree looked good enough to grace the cover of a magazine? You may not have a photographer on hand to snap a shot of your family-famous meatloaf, but you can still keep your cuisine picture perfect with the Telephoto Lens Kitchen Timer.
The timer looks exactly like a professional camera lens, but instead of taking photos it prevents you from overcooking your camera-ready crab Rangoon. You'll never over or under cook your magazine worthy spread again.
The Telephoto Lens Kitchen Timer is the perfect gift for that photography aficionado in the family.
Well, Look at It Go
Balancing style, personality and functionality in the kitchen is hard with humdrum accessories. Thankfully, the Telephoto Kitchen Timer has all three in the bag. This picture perfect kitchen timer looks good and keeps your cookies from burning too.
Specs, Features and Bragging Rights
- Great gift for professional and amateur photographers
- Keeps track of the cooking times for your cover-worthy dishes
- Unique styling makes it look like a telephoto lens
- Counts down 55 minutes
- Measures 3.25” x 2.5”
Who Will Love The Telephoto Lens Kitchen Timer?
This kitchen timer would be an awesome addition to any kitchen, but it’s the photographers and artists at heart that will really appreciate this unique accessory. There aren’t many cooking utensils that pay homage to the craft, so receiving such a unique kitchen timer as a gift will make it extra special.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be a professional photographer to use this timer?
Nope! Using the Telephoto Lens Kitchen Timer is easy for everyone. Just twist the dial at the bottom past the 55 second mark and turn it back to the desired time. Presto! Your cake is totally being timed.
Can I use the lens to take pictures?
Only in in your mind, brah. While the manufacturer’s close attention to detail does make this rad piece of equipment look like the real deal, it’s just a handy timer. We won’t judge you if you pretend you’re taking shots of your bacon and eggs, though. We get you, man.