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    Do you often forget to take a break?

    Meet the new Pomodoro Interval Timer

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    Pomodoro technique improves time management and increases productivity


    Pomodoro technique breaks down work into intervals, traditionally 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. It is a time-tested method to increase productivity, health and time management skills.

  • Key Benefits

    Help you stay healthy and productivity at work

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    Remind you to alternate sitting and standing at intervals​

    Research shows that it is good for your health to alternate sitting and standing at work

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    Help you set up a work-break pattern to improve productivity

    Take a posture break and move for a couple of minutes, every 20-30 minutes

  • Key Features

    Help you work better and smarter

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    Two timers could be automatically cycled

    You could use one timer for work and another for break time

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    Easily switch two timers

    You could use either timer at a time

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    Adjustable sound levels

    Choose high, low or muted mode

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    Flash reminder

    Useful in a quiet environment

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    Flexible uses

    Choose the best position of the timer

  • How it works

    Simply create your intervals for work or break

  • The Science

    Evidence-based product design and development

    Take a posture break and stand and move for a couple of minutes, every 20-30 minutes

    Cornell University: https://ergo.human.cornell.edu/CUESitStand.html

    A ratio of 1:1 or 2:1 sitting versus standing time appears to be optimal for comfort and energy levels, without affecting productivity

    PubMed: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24157240/

    Desk-based workers could increase energy expenditure without added discomfort by using a sit-stand desk.

    PubMed. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27515973/

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