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Daysago: the Digital Day Counter

by Paul Strauss

Did you forget how long ago you put that meat in the fridge, or when you last scooped the nasty cat box… how about the last time you changed the oil in your car? This simple, ingenious device lets helps you keep track of the last time you performed a specific task, right in the context of the item in question.

DaysAgo Digital Day Counter

The DaysAgo Digital Day Counter is a simple little electronic badge with a day counter on it. Each badge has either suction cup or a magnet on the back so you can stick it right to the item you’d like to keep track of. Just press the button, and it keeps track of how many days have passed since you last reset it. A set of two timers is just $10, and they come in four assorted colors.

Every once in a while, I see an product and just ask myself: “Why didn’t I think of that?” This is one of those times.



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