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Woods 59202 7-Day Vacation Security Lamp and Appliance Timer with 3-Prong Outlet

by Woods

Price: CDN$ 28.53
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  • Preset, random on/off setting make home appear occupied
  • Manual-ON/Automatic OFF operation in accordance with California Title 24 2005 requirements
  • This product is warranted against any defects in material or workmanship
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Technical Details
Part Number59202
Product Dimensions18.3 x 13.7 x 7.4 cm
Item model number59202
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
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Best Sellers Rank #50,081 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight544 g
Date First AvailableAug. 3 2011
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Product Description is Incorrect Feb. 8 2011
By Ryan Hanan - Published on
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The product shown in the photo (square model) is not the current version being shipping. The newer version is round and does not have an overide switch on the side of the unit but rather an ON/OFF switch.

The instructions for the newer unit state "You may overide operation of the timer by sliding the manual overide ON/AUTO switch located on the top of the timer, to the ON position...." First there is only a ON/OFF wheel no AUTO selection. Second, if you select either on or off on the switch, as soon as the mechanical timer rotates enough to activate a preprogrammed selections the "manual overide wheel switch" is tripped. In other words there is no way to overide the timer when you are home from vacation or for any duration of time more than a few hours unless you physically unplug it from the wall. The older version had a slide switch on the side (you can see the slide switch on the older model in the picture Amazon shows) which allowed you to leave the set up intact and plugged in but the slide switch would bypass the timer altogether and allow you to turn the lamp on and off by the lamp switch not the timer.

I called Woods and they admit this is an overlooked flaw in the new design and that their owners manual for the new model is wrong.

Instead of this redisigned POS purchase a Woods model # 59201 which is a 7 day mechanical timer which allows you to set on and off times (in sets of every 2 hours only) on your own and also has an overide feature while leaving the wiring set up intact.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A good idea, but ....... May 24 2009
By Grandma GG - Published on
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This timer does turn on my lamp at random times. But it turns it on during daylight hours as well as during the dark of night. Why? I am using it, because it is better than nothing when I am away. But I'd much rather it used its energy going on and off only at night when someone outside the house could be fooled into thinking I was at home.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Only one time cycle March 16 2011
By George Gest - Published on
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Well made but be careful to understand that it only has one time cycle per day and limited adjustability. I wanted and thought I was getting a device that I could set for multiple on and off cycles.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Misleading April 15 2010
By I can't believe I need a "real" name to post this - Published on
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I bought this, and ended up returning it to amazon. The product description makes it seem as if this timer can be programmed; "When you are home, set the timer to conveniently turn radios, fans, and lights ON and Off for you." It won't actually do this... it only turns on and off at random times... very strange, but I suppose perfect if you just need a random timer for a random reason.
Stupid design. Good idea. June 29 2013
By QuoteKeeper - Published on
I have the 50003 which is nearly the same unit. Anyway, you don't change any settings on this cept plug it in and let it go (and turning the slider on). Here's what is really stupid but it's based on a good idea. This is a set and forget timer that will make a light go on at different times on different days. You Don't have to set anything. Here's the problem. Assuming this one is just like the one I just got (that looks just a little different with colorings), the handout with it tells you the random times during the week it will go on an off. Really, not random, but different on different days. Really, a fantastic idea. So, what's the one night of the week that they program it NOT to turn on the light you put it on? Unbelievably, Saturday. So, the very night of the week that I most want people to think we're home and not away for the weekend, it's dark. That is dumb.
Now, for the Saturday night off thing, you could set it on a different day to trick it to be on Saturday night and off some other. I will reset to use that way. Still do not see why they thought you want it to look like you we're not home on any night while away.