TechGadgetsReview: TickTime Cube

Review: TickTime Cube


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Here is our review of the TickTime Cube.

The timer that’s of its time. TickTime Cube is the timer born in the 21st Century, for the 21st Century. Forget sandtimers and stopwatches. Their time is up.Fans of this ultra-efficient approach to time management invented back in the 1980s definitely need some TickTime Cube in their life. Dividing your day to separate 25 minute phases is easy with TickTime Cube. 25 minutes is one of the preset countdowns built-in to TickTime Cube. 

Enhance your productivity, making your every day more than 24 hours!


  • Clearer and bigger display
  • Tap Control
  • Pause and resume countdown
  • Multiple countdown duration (Max. 6x) by tapping
  • Memorize last countdown setting
  • Long press for 15/25/45/60 minutes countdown
  • New Vibration mode
  • Pomodoro technique countdown
  • Timing display

What’s in the box?

The box contains the TickTime cube, some instructions and a charging cable.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

You may be thinking that the TickTime Cube is just a timer – and well yes, it is a timer, but its a very cool timer, even cooler than the original TickTime!

All you need to do is charge up the battery with the supplied cable and you are ready to use it. 

You can select whatever amount of time you need for the reminder alarm to go off by using the buttons on it, which are very easy to use, or if you want to use of the preset times on the outside of the device you just have that number facing upwards and the timer will start counting down.

You can choose from one of the default timings – 1, 3, 5 or 10 minutes just by flipping the Cube. One of the new features on the cube is the ability to easily add additional time just by pressing the fingerprint image on the relevant side of the cube – this will add the same amount of time per press as is displayed on that side – for example 5 minutes will be added each time you press it on the 5 minute side. You can add a maximum of 6 additional amounts of time this way.

The LED is easy to read and see the timer counting down.

When the timer has reached zero the alarm will go off, so whether you are using it as a reminder to take a break, or that something has finished cooking, using the TickTime Cube is very simple. You can change the volume of the alarm as well if it’s not loud enough or if it’s too loud.

The TickTime Cube is very small and very lightweight – it’s very easy to just slip it in your pocket and carry it around with you.

The TickTime Cube is the timer you never knew you needed but really must have!

At the time of the review the price had not been set for the TickTime Cube. Check out the website below for more information and for the Kickstarter. The TickTime Cube will come in a variety of colours too!

You can learn more from the TickTime Cube website.

Disclosure: This product was provided free of charge in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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