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Be more productive with your time using this tracker


Spend your time more productively with TimeFlip2
Get more out of your day with TimeFlip2.
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Who doesn’t love the idea of being more productive? And, while there’s certainly a way to work smarter or more efficiently, what about simply tracking the amount of time you spend on any given task? TimeFlip2 Interactive Time Tracker is a helpful gadget that logs your time spent on everything from sending an email to working out. And it works the old-fashioned way, by giving you important visual cues to boost your time-management skills.

After all, when you add up all the time you spent distractedly skimming through your favorite social media platforms or watching videos online, it would probably naturally guilt-trip you into being more productive. But TimeFlip2 is designed to make logging time a more intuitive and enjoyable task (not to mention, it helps keep you accountable). Plus, this interactive time-tracker works beyond just clocking time spent on various things. It splits work up for maximum efficiency. It even works with a mobile app that helps you assign and track relevant tasks.

All you need to do is set the gadget up with 42 predesigned and 100 empty stickers. Just tap it to turn on and pause or resume time tracking. Then place the TimeFlip2 on a flat surface to start logging time for a task that faces up. The gadget uses Bluetooth LE to connect to your smartphone and transmit accumulated time logs into the app (and, eventually, to AWS cloud storage).

While the app is there to help you visualize, process and edit the collected time data, TimeFlip2 is actually designed to work completely offline and does not require the use of an app.

A review by Digital Trends calls TimeFlip 2 “a simple time tracker to help boost your productivity.” Get this TimeFlip2 Interactive Time Tracker for $66.99 (regularly $99) — that’s a savings of 32%.

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