Re: [Histonet] Timer Search
The "wind-up" analog timer that you are looking for was originally
manufactured by General Electric - "GE". (Which I always thought
strange.... that GE would make a non-electrical appliance). Any how, it
has not been manufactured for many years. They do pop up from time to
time through the used lab equipment companies. I actually have one that
I took home and use in my kitchen - great timer! (not for sale,
sorry). I may know a place that has them here locally, so contact me
"off-list" for more info.
Ford M. Royer, MT(ASCP)
Midwest Science & Biocenter
Minneapolis, MN 55301
Mitchell Jean A. wrote:
>I am on a search for the large (approx 3 1/2 in square) grey winding
>(120 minute) timers that were ever so popular in the lab once upon a
>time. Anyone have a clue if they are still available anywhere?
>I've been searching for awhile & can't come up with a source.
>Jean Mitchell, BS, HT (ASCP)
>University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics
>Department of Neurology, Neuromuscular Laboratory
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