Countdown Timers for PowerPoint

by Geetesh Bajaj
March 17, 2016

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Countdown Timers 02
Get NowAfter the success of our first Countdown Timer series, here's another set that contains longer countdowns (10 minutes each).


Longer Countdown Timers

Like the previous collection, this entire kit also contains 5 different styles of Countdown Timers.

The thumbnails below will give you an idea of the appearance.

Longer Countdown Timer Slides

Longer Countdown Timer Slides

Longer Countdown Timer Slides

Longer Countdown Timer Slides

Longer Countdown Timer Slides

Get Now Each slide has animated objects that already contrast with the slide background. Just copy and paste the slides in your presentation - and the slide objects will inherit the color schemes of the presentation you paste into!

This collection of 5 styles is available in two slide sizes each, for both standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) resolutions.

You can get this kit for only $9.99+.

Click the thumbnail below to see a video preview of the timers on YouTube:

YouTube Trailer
Countdown Timers 01
Get NowHere are a bunch of Countdown Timer slides that you can use to create or embed in your own PowerPoint presentation slides.


Countdown Timers

This entire kit contains 5 different styles of Countdown Timers.

Explore the thumbnail previews below

Countdown Timer Slides

Countdown Timer Slides

Countdown Timer Slides

Countdown Timer Slides

Countdown Timer Slides

Get Now All slides have animated objects which contrast perfectly with the slide background. All you need to do is copy and paste the slides within your own presentation - and the slide objects will inherit the color schemes of the presentation you paste into!

We made these available in two slide sizes for both standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) resolutions.

You can get this kit for only $5+.

Click the thumbnail below to see a video preview of the timers on YouTube:

YouTube Trailer
 
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