The Do-It-All Seiko for the Kitchen
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Kitchen Timer
The Do-It-All Seiko for the Kitchen
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Seiko is known the world over as a watchmaker but has veritable expertise in all things time-telling. Seiko’s clock catalog is wide ranging and includes both analog and digital variations of all sorts of styles. The QHE190 references are clever three-in-one solutions that are ideal in the kitchen or office space.

The QHE190KLH is a black kitchen timer, and its counterpart, the QHE190SLH is in silver. Both clocks are 1.5” by 4.65” by 2.6” and can stand up or lay flat, depending on the application. They feature large dials up top for traditional analog time-keeping. Below is a digital display for tracking elapsed hours, minutes, and seconds. The two rows of buttons at the bottom allow users to set quick timers for one hour, 10 minutes, one minute, or 10 seconds.

Inside the QHE190-series kitchen timers are quartz movements that feature smooth sweeping second hands. The alarm function can be snoozed and even features a light. From a pure utilitarian standpoint, there is no beating this Seiko timer.

  • Case: Plastic
  • Dial: Analog
  • Movement: Quartz with Smooth Seconds
  • Complications: Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Timer, Alarm, Light
  • Lens: Plastic
  • Diameter: 2.6 in
  • Length: 4.65 in
  • Thickness: 1.5 in
  • Ref Number: QHE190KLH
  • Case: Plastic
  • Dial: Analog
  • Movement: Quartz with Smooth Seconds
  • Complications: Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Timer, Alarm, Light
  • Diameter: 2.6 in
  • Length: 4.65 in
  • Thickness: 1.5 in
  • Ref Number: QHE190SLH
About Seiko

Founded in 1881, Seiko began as a humble jewelry and clock store and has since grown into the watchmaking juggernaut that it is today. If the technology for a watch they wanted to make didn’t exist, Seiko made it happen under their own roof. Since Seiko is vertically integrated, they can customize nearly any part of their watches to their own design and specs in house. From the first true dive watch, to one of the first automatic chronographs, and completely new ways of powering a watch like Spring Drive, Seiko’s list of horological achievements is lengthy. They’ve done everything all the way down to creating their own lab-grown and regulated quartz crystals for timekeeping.