Anyone looking to improve their productivity, or already uses the Pomodoro productivity timer technique may be interested in a new glass Pomodoro timer created by Esington. The Esington Glass 2.0 uses solid iron nanospheres and comes supplied with a magnetic stopper that allows you to pause time during the 25 minute Pomodoro sessions. Watch the video below to learn more about its construction design and use.
“Did you know the average worker gets interrupted after only 11 minutes of work? The crazy thing is it takes 25 minutes to get re-focused on the job. With Esington 2.0, the magnetic time-stopper will keep your place in the sprint and act like a bookmark for your brain, waiting to be unleashed to restart your work. The magnetic stopper interrupts the flow of the solid iron nanospheres and keeps your place during your timeboxing sprint. “
“For Esington 2.0, we are using borosilicate glass (like pyrex). Borosilicate glass is a type of glass that contains boron trioxide which allows for a very low coefficient of thermal expansion. This means it will not crack under extreme temperature changes like regular glass. It’s a standard 25 minute timer designed for the Esington timeboxing method (similar to the pomodoro method with a few cue differences). “
Pledges start from $59 and worldwide shipping is expected to take place during September 2019.
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