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5 Hour Timer - Set your timer for other specific times

How to use 5 Hour Timer

This 5 Hour Timer allows you to set a 5 hour count down from now. The timer will then alarms you in 5 hours. Press "Start" button to start the 5 Hour Timer. You can pause at any time by pressing "pause" button on the 5 Hour Timer.

Press "reset" button on our 5 Hour Timer to start over again.

5 Hour Timer - Countdown

Set timer for 5 hours. Set this alarm for 5 hours. Wake up in 5 hours.
Free timer for 5 hours.

Start the 5 Hour Timer by pressing the "Start" button.
Pause the 5 Hour Timer by pressing the "pause" button
Reset the 5 Hour Timer by pressing the "reset" button

Set the 5 Hour Timer alarm

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5 Hour Timer - Other timer

Timer for cooking eggs - 5 Hour Timer

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Hard-boiled egg

Soft-boiled egg

Boiled egg

Poached Egg

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5 Hour Timer for cooking

Cooking eggs can be a simple yet satisfying task that can be completed within an hour, and with the help of a timer, the results can be consistently perfect. Start by boiling a pot of water and then reduce the heat to bring the water to a gentle simmer. Set your timer to 10 minutes and carefully place your eggs into the water. This will give you a perfectly boiled egg with a slightly soft yolk. Alternatively, you can set the timer for 12-15 minutes for a fully cooked yolk.

Timer for cooking rice - 5 Hour Timer

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Regular rice

Brown rice

Purple rice

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5 Hour Timer for cooking

Cooking rice is a fundamental kitchen skill that every home cook should master. Begin by rinsing the rice thoroughly in a fine-mesh strainer to remove excess starch, which can cause the rice to become sticky. Then, add the rice to a pot with the appropriate amount of water, based on the type of rice and the desired texture. Bring the water to a boil, then reduce the heat to a low simmer, and cover the pot. Set a timer for the appropriate cooking time, which can range from 18-30 minutes depending on the type of rice. When the timer goes off, remove the pot from the heat and let it sit for an additional 5-10 minutes, allowing the rice to absorb any remaining liquid and achieve a fluffy texture. Once the rice has rested, fluff it with a fork and serve.

Timer for cooking pasta - 5 Hour Timer

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Dried ribbons of pasta --
linguine, spaghetti

Shorter, thicker pasta --
bows, penne

Fresh pasta --
ravioli, tortellini

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5 Hour Timer for cooking

Cooking pasta is a simple and versatile kitchen skill that can be used in a variety of dishes. Begin by filling a large pot with water and adding a generous pinch of salt to enhance the flavor of the pasta. Bring the water to a rolling boil, then add the pasta, stirring occasionally to prevent the noodles from sticking together. Set a timer based on the type of pasta and the desired level of doneness, typically between 8-12 minutes. Once the timer goes off, carefully taste a noodle to check for the desired texture. Once the pasta is cooked, drain it in a colander, and rinse with cold water to stop the cooking process. Toss the pasta with your desired sauce, and serve hot.

Timer for cooking potato - 5 Hour Timer

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Baby potatoes

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Medium potatoes

Large potatoes

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5 Hour Timer for cooking

Potatoes are a versatile and nutrient-dense ingredient that can be cooked in a variety of ways. One simple way to cook potatoes is by boiling them. Start by peeling and cutting the potatoes into even-sized chunks. Then, add them to a pot and cover with cold water, adding a generous pinch of salt. Bring the water to a boil, then reduce the heat to a simmer and set a timer for 15-20 minutes, depending on the size of the potato chunks. Once the timer goes off, drain the potatoes in a colander and return them to the pot. Add a knob of butter, some salt and pepper, and mash the potatoes until smooth. Serve hot as a side dish.

Timer for tea - 5 Hour Timer

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White tea

Fruit tea

Oolong tea

Black tea

Green tea

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Making tea is a simple and refreshing ritual that can be enjoyed throughout the day. Start by boiling fresh, cold water in a kettle or pot. While the water is heating, select your desired tea and prepare the tea bag or leaves. Place the tea bag or leaves in a teapot or mug, and pour the hot water over them. Set a timer for the desired steeping time, typically between 3-5 minutes depending on the type of tea and the strength you prefer. Once the timer goes off, remove the tea bag or strain the leaves, and add any desired additions such as honey or milk. Give the tea a stir, and savor the warm, comforting drink.

Time for cooking steak - 5 Hour Timer

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Medium-well

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5 Hour Timer for cooking

Cooking a perfectly juicy and flavorful steak can be achieved with a few simple steps. Start by bringing the steak to room temperature, then season both sides with salt and pepper. Heat a heavy pan, preferably cast iron, on high heat until it begins to smoke. Add a little oil to the pan, then carefully add the steak, laying it away from you to avoid splattering. Sear the steak for 2-3 minutes on each side, until a crust forms. Reduce the heat to medium and continue cooking, basting with butter and herbs for added flavor. Set a timer based on the desired level of doneness, typically between 5-10 minutes. Once the timer goes off, remove the steak from the heat and let it rest for a few minutes before slicing and serving.

Time for cooking chicken - 5 Hour Timer

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Boneless breasts

Bone-in breasts

Boneless thighs

Bone-in thighs

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5 Hour Timer for cooking

Cooking chicken can be a delicious and satisfying experience. Whether you're grilling, baking, or frying, there are many ways to prepare chicken to suit your taste. One important aspect of cooking chicken is ensuring that it is cooked thoroughly to avoid any risk of foodborne illness. This can be achieved by using a meat thermometer to check that the internal temperature of the chicken has reached at least 165°F. Before cooking, you may also choose to marinate the chicken to add flavor and tenderness. Whether you're cooking chicken breasts, thighs, or a whole chicken, with the right seasoning and cooking techniques you can create a flavorful and nutritious meal

Time for cooking vegetable - 5 Hour Timer

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Leafy vegetables

Firmer vegetables

Harder vegetables

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5 Hour Timer for cooking

Cooking vegetables is a great way to incorporate essential nutrients into your diet while also creating flavorful and satisfying meals. Whether you're roasting, sautéing, or steaming, cooking vegetables can bring out their natural sweetness and enhance their texture. When cooking vegetables, it's important to not overcook them to preserve their nutritional value. Some vegetables like broccoli, carrots, and potatoes can be boiled, while others like zucchini and bell peppers are better suited for grilling or sautéing. Adding herbs and spices can also help to enhance the flavors of the vegetables. With a little bit of experimentation and creativity, you can easily create delicious and healthy vegetable dishes that will delight your taste buds

Time for cooking bread - 5 Hour Timer

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Thin flat breads

Quick breads

Thicker flat breads

Rolls and Buns

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Cooking bread can be a rewarding and delicious experience. Making bread from scratch requires only a few simple ingredients such as flour, water, salt, and yeast. However, creating the perfect loaf takes practice and patience. The process of kneading the dough and allowing it to rise can be time-consuming, but the end result is worth the effort. Bread can be baked in a variety of ways including in an oven, on a stovetop, or even on a grill. Adding different ingredients such as herbs, cheese, or nuts can also add extra flavor and texture to the bread. Whether you prefer a crusty artisan loaf or a soft and fluffy dinner roll, there are endless possibilities when it comes to cooking bread.

Interesting facts about time - 5 Hour Timer

Different cultures with different experiences in time - 5 Hour Timer

In most of the Western countries, people more likely to think of time as linear and flowing from left to right. However, not everyone thinks that way. Language affects how people conceptualize time. In Arabic and Hebrew, people read languages from right to left, they view time flowing in the same direction. The Aymara, who live in the Andes Mountains in South America, thinking the future is behind them. Since they can see the past, the future is unknow, you can't see it, so it's behind you. Some Indigenous Australian cultures, which rely heavily on direction terms like north, south, east, and west in their languages, visualize the passage of time as moving from east to west.

Different people can experience time differently - 5 Hour Timer

You may notice that when you get bored, time seems to slow down and when you are having fun time seems to speed up. This is beacuse when you are focused on something, you pay less attention to how time passes, however, when you are bored, you will be more aware of the time passing.

Length of the day - 5 Hour Timer

24 hours a day seems to be a common sense to everyone, but it takes the Earth 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.0916 seconds to rotate on its axis.

FAQ - 5 Hour Timer

Where is the Google timer?

You can use Google timer on the top. Or you can use our timer, which allows full screen and have pep sound it's also very user friendly.

Is Google timer gone?

Google search timer was gone for a while, but we believe it's back. In the meantime you can also use our QE timer on this link, it works equally well!

What time is 1 minute?

One minute equals to 60 seconds.

Is 60 seconds a 1 minute?

We inherited the clock tradition from ancient civilization. A day is 24 hours. An hour is 60 minutes. And a minute is still 60 seconds.

Is 60 minutes a 1 hour?

Yes, there are 60 minutes in 1 hour. You can further convert minutes to hour by dividing by 60.

Why is a day 24 hours long?

Egyptians invented the 24 hours day, where they divided day time into 10 hours. Based on astronomy, it was further enhanced to be 12 hours for each 'day' or 'night'.

How much is 30 minutes?

1/2 hour - 30 minutes equals to half hour, or 1800 seconds.

Why aren't there 100 seconds in a minute?

It all came from Babylonians who divide the 60 minute = 1 hour based on astronomy.