STÄM Timer, digital red/green/blue

Batteries is sold separately; 1 pc LR03 AAA 1.5V required.

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Magnet on back - sticks to a fridge etc.

Article Number302.637.35

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Magnet on back - sticks to a fridge etc.

Batteries is sold separately; 1 pc LR03 AAA 1.5V required.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number302.637.35
  • Basematerial:

    ABS plastic



    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

  • Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.


Height: 2 cm

Diameter: 8 cm

  • STÄM
    TimerArticle no302.637.35

    Width: 8 cm

    Height: 3 cm

    Length: 8 cm

    Weight: 0.05 kg

    Package(s): 1


Your Time Is UpDavidThe timer is simple, easy to use, and rings loud enough to tell you that your time is up.5
love theseJanThese kids plates have been great for my grandkids. Very sturdy and inexpensive.5
Great timersLeeAnnThese timers are perfect. Well priced easy to operate and good loud beeping.5
IKEA kitchen timerAlanBest little counter I've ever had. This device counter does it's job very well.5
Cheap and easy to use kitchen timerPamelaCute little digital timer - just what I needed for the kitchen and to time the kids’ piano practice sessions.5
Great productTraceyGreat product4
TimerAnneGreat little timer. Magnet attaches to fridge which I love. Loud alarm!5
Handy little magnetic timer, great priceAngelaNever forget your cooking timing again! Colourful little timer.5
Good size, easy to use.LesleyGood size, easy to use.5
Good cooking timerKevinGood cooking timer4
Best everEmmaBest ever, show the seconds, cheap and dumbie proof. I use them in my classroom, have about 4.5
The ringing sounds just rightMidoriThe ringing sounds just right and easy to use.5
Timerseung w.It is worthy to buy5
very convenientleoA colorful timer, easy to use and convenient. I like the magnet at the back.5
Prior to buying the product,FrancinePrior to buying the product, I could not see how it had to be operated. When I opened the packed and saw what had to be done, it was not straight forward to use.1
easy to use-my students findelizabetheasy to use-my students find it very user friendly-nice bright colour5
Oven TimerBarbaraOven Timer5
Stäm Kitchen TimerMarkDesign is good Would prefer all functions including the on/off button to be on the front.3

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PET and PP, our most commonly used plastics

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What is ABS plastic?

ABS plastic is a strong and stable material with a glossy surface – making it perfect for especially used everyday objects like cutlery drawers, kitchen utensils, toothbrush mugs and bathroom hooks. ABS is made from oil-based, non-renewable raw materials, but development is progressing and we are using more and more recycled ABS. It is an important step towards our goal of only using plastic that is recycled or from renewable sources.