My first crack was a bit of a disappointment, it did not explode, and I was not quite sure what it was doing.
However, after I was back at work, I was asked to crack a different one, and the result was an extremely satisfying experience.
I have been a regular customer for years and now I can’t imagine being anything other than an active, productive cracker.
I was delighted when I found a new device to crack, a machine with a built-in timer that was activated by the user and would turn on and off to keep the device lit, at which point the user would have to press a button.
The machine would then beep.
The timer was a little tricky to get used to and I had to press the button on the outside of the device, but once I had a handle on it, I would be able to move it around to get the time ticking.
I had already cracked a few devices before the timer, but I was unsure what the timer would do if it was activated every time a new cracker was placed in a slot.
This device seemed to do everything I asked it to do and I found it to be a lot more reliable.
I could have used the timer to check the time and if the timer was turned off after a few minutes, it would just stop.
I would have been disappointed if I had not used the device.
It would have cost me around £50, but that would have saved me money in the long run.
I am happy to be able use the timer whenever I need to.
There was also an option to change the timer automatically.
The device was not particularly reliable, but the idea was appealing.
What I would like to see is a device with a timer that does the exact same thing as the cracker I had before, but has an extra button on it to turn it off.
This would save me some time and hopefully save a lot of money, but is not something I can see being implemented at this stage.
As a final comment, I really enjoy the concept of the timer and how it works.
I can use it to check time in the future, and also to change my cracker’s settings and start it again from the previous time.
What do you think?
Does it make sense to use a timer to crack and then use the crack to start the crack, or do you prefer to just press the same button repeatedly?
Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.