Employee Benefits Agreement

Employee Benefits Agreement

by Water Pik Technologies Inc
December 6th, 1999
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                                                                    Exhibit 10.3



                           EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AGREEMENT

                                     BETWEEN

                         ALLEGHENY TELEDYNE INCORPORATED

                                       AND

                          WATER PIK TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

                          DATED AS OF NOVEMBER 29, 1999



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                                      INDEX
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ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS ........................................................1


ARTICLE II GENERAL PRINCIPLES.................................................5

         2.1 ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES........................................5
         2.2 ESTABLISHMENT OF WATER PIK PLANS.................................6
         2.3 TERMS OF PARTICIPATION BY WATER PIK INDIVIDUALS IN WATER PIK
                PLANS.........................................................6

ARTICLE III DEFINED BENEFIT PLANS.............................................7

         3.1 FREEZING OF PENSION PLAN BENEFITS................................7
         3.2 CREDITING SERVICE UNDER ATI'S PENSION PLAN.......................7

ARTICLE IV DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS.........................................8

         4.1 401(k) PLAN......................................................8
         4.2 ASSUMPTION OF JANDY INDUSTRIES, INC. EMPLOYEE SAVINGS PLAN.......9


ARTICLE V HEALTH AND WELFARE PLANS............................................9

         5.1 ASSUMPTION OF HEALTH AND WELFARE PLAN LIABILITIES................9
         5.2 VENDOR CONTRACTS................................................10
         5.3 PROCEDURES FOR AMENDMENTS TO PLANS, PLAN DESIGNS,
                ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES, AND VENDOR CONTRACTS...............12
         5.4 ATI SICKNESS AND ACCIDENT, LONG TERM DISABILITY AND PENSION
                DISABILITY BENEFITS..........................................13
         5.5 POST-RETIREMENT HEALTH AND LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS..............13
         5.6 COBRA AND DIRECT PAY............................................13
         5.7 POST-DISTRIBUTION TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS.....................13
         5.8 APPLICATION OF ARTICLE V TO WATER PIK ENTITIES..................15

ARTICLE VI EXECUTIVE BENEFITS AND NON-EMPLOYEE DIRECTOR BENEFITS.............15

         6.1 ASSUMPTION OF OBLIGATIONS.......................................15
         6.2 CONSENTS AND NOTIFICATIONS......................................15
         6.3 ATI 1999 BONUS PLAN.............................................16
         6.4 ATI INCENTIVE PLANS.............................................16
         6.5 ATI NONQUALIFIED DEFERRED COMPENSATION PROGRAMS.................18
         6.6 NON-EMPLOYEE DIRECTOR BENEFITS..................................19
         6.7 CONFIDENTIALITY AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION.....................19

ARTICLE VII GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE.......................................19

         7.1 INTERIM SERVICES AGREEMENT......................................19

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         7.2 PAYMENT OF LIABILITIES, PLAN EXPENSES AND RELATED MATTERS........19
         7.3 SHARING OF PARTICIPANT INFORMATION...............................20
         7.4 REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE AND COMMUNICATIONS TO
                PARTICIPANTS..................................................20
         7.5 NON-TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT; NO THIRD-PARTY
                BENEFICIARIES.................................................20
         7.6 BENEFICIARY DESIGNATIONS.........................................21
         7.7 REQUESTS FOR IRS RULINGS AND DOL OPINIONS........................21
         7.8 FIDUCIARY MATTERS................................................21
         7.9 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING............................................21
         7.10 CONSENT OF THIRD PARTIES........................................21
         7.11 INDEMNIFICATION OF ATI..........................................21

ARTICLE VIII MISCELLANEOUS....................................................22

         8.1 FOREIGN PLANS....................................................22
         8.2 EFFECT IF DISTRIBUTION DOES NOT OCCUR............................22
         8.3 RELATIONSHIP OF PARTIES..........................................22
         8.4 AFFILIATES.......................................................22
         8.5 COUNTERPARTS; ENTIRE AGREEMENT; CORPORATE POWER..................22
         8.6 GOVERNING LAW; CONSENT TO JURISDICTION...........................23
         8.7 ASSIGNABILITY....................................................23
         8.8 THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES........................................24
         8.9 NOTICES..........................................................24
         8.10 SEVERABILITY....................................................24
         8.11 HEADINGS........................................................24
         8.12 WAIVERS OF DEFAULT..............................................24
         8.13 AMENDMENTS......................................................24
         8.14 INTERPRETATION..................................................25
         8.15 DISPUTES........................................................25

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                           EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AGREEMENT

                               November 29 , 1999

         The parties to this Employee Benefits Agreement, dated as of the date
written above, are Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated, a Delaware corporation
("ATI"), and Water Pik Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Water Pik").
Capitalized terms used herein (other than the formal names of ATI Plans (as
defined below) and related trusts of ATI) and not otherwise defined shall have
the respective meanings assigned to them in Article I hereof or as assigned to
them in the Separation and Distribution Agreement (as defined below).

         WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of ATI has determined that it is in the
best interests of ATI and its stockholders to separate ATI's consumer products
businesses into an independent business entity;

         WHEREAS, in furtherance of the foregoing, ATI and Water Pik have
entered into a Separation and Distribution Agreement, dated as of the date
hereof (the "Separation and Distribution Agreement"), and certain other
agreements that will govern certain matters relating to the Separation, the
Distribution and the relationship of ATI and Water Pik, and their respective
Subsidiaries following the Distribution; and

         WHEREAS, pursuant to the Separation and Distribution Agreement, ATI and
Water Pik have agreed to enter into this agreement allocating assets,
liabilities and responsibilities with respect to certain employee compensation
and benefit plans and programs between them.

         NOW, THEREFORE, the parties, intending to be legally bound, agree as
follows:


                                    ARTICLE I
                                   DEFINITIONS

         For purposes of this Agreement the following terms shall have the
following meanings:

         1.1 Agreement means this Employee Benefits Agreement, including all the
Schedules and Exhibits hereto.

         1.2 ASO Contract is defined in Section 5.2(a)(i).

         1.3 ATI Entity means any entity that is, at the relevant time, an
Affiliate of ATI, except that, for periods beginning Immediately After the
Distribution Date, the term "ATI Entity" shall not include Water Pik or a Water
Pik Entity.

         1.4 ATI Executive means an employee or former employee of ATI, an ATI
Entity, Water Pik or a Water Pik Entity, who immediately before the Close of the
Distribution Date is eligible to participate in or receive a benefit under any
ATI Executive Benefit Plan.

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         1.5 ATI Master Pension Trust means the master trust under which the
assets of the ATI Pension Plan are held.

         1.6 ATI Pension Plan means the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated Pension
Plan.


         1.7 ATI Stock Value means the closing price per share of ATI Common
Stock (regular way) on the NYSE on the Distribution Date.


         1.8 Award means an award under the Incentive Plan, including
Performance Awards and SARP Awards. When immediately preceded by "ATI," the term
Award (including the term Performance Award or SARP Award) means an award under
the ATI Incentive Plan. When immediately preceded by "Water Pik," the term Award
(including the term Performance Award or SARP Award) means an award under the
Water Pik Incentive Plan.

         1.9 Benefit Liabilities means any Liabilities (as defined in the
Separation and Distribution Agreement) relating to any contributions,
compensation or other benefits accrued or payable under any profit sharing,
pension, savings, deferred compensation, fringe benefit, insurance, medical,
medical reimbursement, life, disability, accident, post-retirement health or
welfare benefit, stock option, stock purchase, sick pay, vacation, employment,
severance, termination or other compensation or benefit plan, agreement,
contract, policy, trust fund or arrangement.

         1.10 Change is defined in Section 5.3(b)(i).

         1.11 Close of the Distribution Date means 5:00 P.M., Eastern Standard
Time or Eastern Daylight Time (whichever shall then be in effect), on the
Distribution Date.

         1.12 COBRA means the continuation coverage requirements for "group
health plans" under Title X of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation
Act of 1985, as amended, and as codified in Code Section 4980B and ERISA
Sections 601 through 608.

         1.13 Code means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
Reference to a specific Code provision also includes any proposed, temporary, or
final regulation in force under that provision.

         1.14 Corporate-Owned Life Insurance Policies means the life insurance
policies owned by ATI insuring the lives of certain ATI Executives and certain
other highly compensated employees of ATI or an ATI Entity.

         1.15 DOL means the United States Department of Labor.

         1.16 ERISA means the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974,
as amended. Reference to a specific provision of ERISA also includes any
proposed, temporary, or final regulation in force under that provision.

         1.17 Executive Benefit Plans, when immediately preceded by "ATI," means
the executive benefit plans, programs, and arrangements established, maintained,
agreed upon, or

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assumed by ATI or an ATI Entity for the benefit of employees and former
employees of ATI or an ATI Entity before the Close of the Distribution Date as
listed in Schedule 1.17. When immediately preceded by "Water Pik," Executive
Benefit Plans means the executive benefit plans and programs to be established
by Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2 that correspond to the respective ATI
Executive Benefit Plans.

         1.18 Foreign Plan means a Plan maintained by ATI, an ATI Entity, Water
Pik, or a Water Pik Entity for the benefit of employees outside the U.S.

         1.19 Group Insurance Policies is defined in Section 5.2(b)(i).

         1.20 HCRA Plan, when immediately preceded by "ATI," means the ATI
Health Care Reimbursement Account Plan. When immediately preceded by "Water
Pik," HCRA Plan means the Health Care Reimbursement Account Plan to be
established by Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2.

         1.21 Health and Welfare Plans, when immediately preceded by "ATI,"
means the health and welfare plans listed on Schedule 1.21 established and
maintained by ATI for the benefit of employees and retirees of ATI and certain
ATI Entities, and such other welfare plans or programs as may apply to such
employees and retirees of ATI or an ATI Entity before the Close of the
Distribution Date. When immediately preceded by "Water Pik," Health and Welfare
Plans means the health and welfare plans to be established by Water Pik pursuant
to Section 2.2 that correspond to the respective ATI Health and Welfare Plans.

         1.22 HMO means a health maintenance organization that provides benefits
under one or more of the ATI Health and Welfare Plans or the Water Pik Health
and Welfare Plans.

         1.23 HMO Agreements is defined in Section 5.2(c)(i).

         1.24 Immediately After the Distribution Date means 5:01 P.M., Eastern
Standard Time or Eastern Daylight Time (whichever shall then be in effect), on
the Distribution Date.

         1.25 Incentive Plan, when immediately preceded by "ATI," means any of
the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated 1996 Incentive Plan, any predecessor
Incentive Plan thereto and any other stock-based incentive plans assumed by ATI
by reason of merger, combination, acquisition or otherwise. When immediately
preceded by "Water Pik," Incentive Plan means the Incentive Plan to be
established by Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2.

         1.26 IRS means the Internal Revenue Service.

         1.27 Material Feature means any feature of a Plan that could reasonably
be expected to be of material importance to the sponsoring employer or the
participants and beneficiaries of the Plan, which could include, depending on
the type and purpose of the particular Plan, the class or classes of employees
eligible to participate in such Plan, the nature, type, form, source, and level
of benefits provided by the employer under such Plan and the amount or level of
contributions, if any, required to be made by participants (or their dependents
or beneficiaries) to or under such Plan.

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         1.28 Non-Employee Director, when immediately preceded by "ATI," means a
member of ATI's Board of Directors who is not an employee of ATI or an ATI
Entity. When immediately preceded by "Water Pik," Non-Employee Director means a
member of Water Pik's Board of Directors who is not an employee of ATI, an ATI
Entity, Water Pik or a Water Pik Entity.

         1.29 Non-Employee Director Plans, when immediately preceded by "ATI,"
means the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated 1996 Non-Employee Director Stock
Compensation Plan and the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated Fee Continuation Plan
for Non-Employee Directors. When immediately preceded by "Water Pik,"
Non-Employee Director Plans means the plans and programs to be established by
Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2 that correspond to the ATI Non-Employee
Director Plans.

         1.30 Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Programs, when immediately
preceded by "ATI," means the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated Executive Deferred
Compensation Plan, the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated Supplemental Pension Plan
and the Teledyne, Inc. Pension Equalization Plan. When immediately preceded by
"Water Pik," Deferral Plan means the Executive Deferred Compensation Plan to be
established by Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2.

         1.31 Option, when immediately preceded by "ATI," means an option to
purchase ATI Common Stock and, when immediately preceded by "Water Pik," Option
means an option to purchase Water Pik Common Stock, in each case pursuant to an
Incentive Plan.

         1.32 PBGC means the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation.

         1.33 Performance Award means any Award granted pursuant to the terms of
the Performance Share Program.

         1.34 Performance Share Program means the Allegheny Teledyne
Incorporated Performance Share Program adopted pursuant to Administrative Rules
under the ATI Incentive Plan.

         1.35 Plan, when immediately preceded by "ATI" or "Water Pik," means any
plan, policy, program, payroll practice, on-going arrangement, contract, trust,
insurance policy or other agreement or funding vehicle providing benefits to
employees, former employees or Non-Employee Directors of ATI or an ATI Entity,
or Water Pik or a Water Pik Entity, as applicable.

         1.36 Ratio means the amount obtained by dividing the ATI Stock Value by
the Water Pik Stock Value.

         1.37 Reasonable Efforts means such acts or actions that, in the
reasonable good faith opinion of the party taking such acts or actions, are
calculated to achieve, or otherwise further, the applicable provisions to which
the term applies; provided, however, to the extent any costs, fees or other
expenditures (the "Expenses") occur as a result of a party's use of Reasonable
Efforts and such expenses are not expressly allocated under the terms of this
Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement, such Expenses shall be borne by the party
for whose benefit such Expenses are incurred and such party shall indemnify and
hold harmless the other party with respect to such Expenses.

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         1.38 SARP, when immediately preceded by "ATI," means the Allegheny
Teledyne Incorporated Stock Acquisition and Retention Program.

         1.39 SARP Award means any Award granted pursuant to the terms of the
SARP.

         1.40 Separation and Distribution Agreement is defined in the third
paragraph of the preamble of this Agreement.

         1.41 Stock Purchase Plan, when immediately preceded by "ATI," means the
Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated Employee Stock Purchase Plan. When immediately
preceded by "Water Pik," Stock Purchase Plan means the employee stock purchase
plan to be established by Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2.

         1.42 Teledyne means Teledyne, Inc., a Delaware corporation, or its
successors and assigns.

         1.43 Teledyne 401(k) Plan means the Teledyne, Inc. 401(k) Plan.

         1.44 Water Pik Entity means any Person that is, at the relevant time, a
Subsidiary of Water Pik or is otherwise controlled, directly or indirectly, by
Water Pik.

         1.45 Water Pik 401(k) Plan means the 401(k) plan established by Water
Pik effective no later than April 1, 2000 pursuant to Section 2.2.

         1.46 Water Pik Individual means any individual who, Immediately After
the Distribution Date is an active hourly or salaried employee of Water Pik or a
Water Pik Entity.

         1.47 Water Pik Stock Value means the opening price per share of Water
Pik Common Stock on the day following the Distribution Date.


                                   ARTICLE II
                               GENERAL PRINCIPLES

         2.1 ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES. Except as otherwise expressly
provided in Section 3.1 or Article VI, Water Pik hereby assumes and agrees to
pay, perform, fulfill and discharge, in accordance with their respective terms,
all of the following (regardless of when or where such Benefit Liabilities arose
or arise or were or are incurred): (i) all Benefit Liabilities to or relating to
Water Pik Individuals, and their respective dependents and beneficiaries, in
each case relating to, arising out of or resulting from employment by ATI or an
ATI Entity before the Distribution Date (including Benefit Liabilities under ATI
Plans and Water Pik Plans); (ii) all other Benefit Liabilities to or relating to
Water Pik Individuals and other employees of Water Pik or a Water Pik Entity,
and their dependents and beneficiaries, to the extent relating to, arising out
of or resulting from future, present or former employment with Water Pik or a
Water Pik Entity (including Benefit Liabilities under ATI Plans and Water Pik
Plans); (iii) all Benefit Liabilities relating to, arising out of or resulting
from any other actual or alleged employment relationship with Water Pik or a
Water Pik Entity; (iv) all Benefit Liabilities relating to, arising out of or

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resulting from the imposition of withdrawal liability under Subtitle E of Title
IV of ERISA as a result of a complete or partial withdrawal of any ATI Entity
from a "multiemployer plan" within the meaning of ERISA Section 4021 which
occurs solely as a result of the Separation or the Distribution; and (v) all
other Benefit Liabilities relating to, arising out of or resulting from
obligations, liabilities and responsibilities expressly assumed or retained by
Water Pik, a Water Pik Entity, or a Water Pik Plan pursuant to this Agreement.
Notwithstanding the generality of the foregoing, Water Pik does not assume or
agree to pay, perform, fulfill or discharge any Benefit Liabilities relating to,
arising out of or resulting from the Teledyne Savings and Retirement Supplement
Plan.

         2.2 ESTABLISHMENT OF WATER PIK PLANS. Effective prior to or within a
reasonable time after the Distribution Date, Water Pik shall adopt, or cause to
be adopted, the amended Teledyne 401(k) Plan for the period between the
Distribution Date and April 1, 2000, the Water Pik Stock Purchase Plan, the
Water Pik Health and Welfare Plans, and the Water Pik Executive Benefit Plans
for the benefit of the Water Pik Individuals and other current and future
employees of Water Pik and the Water Pik Entities; provided, however, that Water
Pik may, in its sole discretion, elect not to adopt or establish the Plan or
Plans listed in Schedule 2.2(a). Subject to the provisions of Section 4.1
regarding the Water Pik 401(k) Plan, or as otherwise may be set forth in
Schedule 2.2(b), the foregoing Water Pik Plans shall be substantially identical
in all Material Features to the corresponding ATI Plans as in effect as of the
Close of the Distribution Date. Effective prior to or within a reasonable time
after the Distribution Date, Water Pik shall adopt, or cause to be adopted, the
Water Pik Non-Employee Director Plans, for the benefit of Water Pik Non-Employee
Directors. The Water Pik Non-Employee Director Plans shall be substantially
similar in all Material Features to the corresponding ATI Non-Employee Director
Plans as in effect on the Distribution Date. No later than April 1, 2000, Water
Pik shall adopt the Water Pik 401(k) Plan and its related trust, which Water Pik
401(k) Plan shall provide for employer contributions, independent of employee
contributions and expressed as a rate of participant compensation, determined
appropriate by Water Pik in its sole discretion in light of Water Pik's choice
not to sponsor a defined benefit plan.

         2.3 TERMS OF PARTICIPATION BY WATER PIK INDIVIDUALS IN WATER PIK PLANS.
The Water Pik Plans shall be, with respect to Water Pik Individuals, in all
respects the successors in interest to, and shall not provide benefits that
duplicate benefits provided by, the corresponding ATI Plans. ATI and Water Pik
shall agree on methods and procedures, including amending the respective Plan
documents and/or requesting approvals or consents of Water Pik Individuals where
the parties deem appropriate, to prevent Water Pik Individuals from receiving
duplicative benefits from the ATI Plans and the Water Pik Plans. With respect to
Water Pik Individuals, each Water Pik Plan shall provide that all service, all
compensation and all other benefit-affecting determinations that, as of the
Close of the Distribution Date, were recognized under the corresponding ATI Plan
shall, as of Immediately After the Distribution Date, receive full recognition,
credit, and validity and be taken into account under such Water Pik Plan to the
same extent as if such items occurred under such Water Pik Plan, except to the
extent that duplication of benefits would result. The provisions of this
Agreement for the transfer of assets from certain trusts relating to ATI Plans
(including Foreign Plans) to the corresponding trusts relating to Water Pik
Plans (including Foreign Plans) are based upon the understanding of the parties
that each such Water Pik Plan will assume all Benefit Liabilities of the
corresponding ATI

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Plan to or relating to Water Pik Individuals, as provided for herein. If any
such Benefit Liabilities are not effectively assumed by the appropriate Water
Pik Plan, then the amount of assets transferred to the trust relating to such
Water Pik Plan from the trust relating to the corresponding ATI Plan shall be
recomputed as set forth below, but taking into account the retention of such
Benefit Liabilities by such ATI Plan, and assets shall be transferred by the
trust relating to such Water Pik Plan to the trust relating to such ATI Plan so
as to place each such trust in the position it would have been in, had the
initial asset transfer been made in accordance with such recomputed amount of
assets.


                                   ARTICLE III
                              DEFINED BENEFIT PLANS

         3.1 FREEZING OF PENSION PLAN BENEFITS. Effective upon the applicable of
the dates under Section 3.2, the accrued benefits with respect to Water Pik
Individuals who, as of the Distribution Date, were participants under the ATI
Pension Plan shall be frozen and such Individuals shall not accrue any
additional benefits from and after the Distribution Date under the ATI Pension
Plan. The assets and Benefit Liabilities with respect to such Individuals,
determined as of the Distribution Date, shall be retained by the ATI Pension
Plan and its related trust and paid therefrom when due under the terms of the
ATI Pension Plan.

         3.2 CREDITING SERVICE UNDER ATI'S PENSION PLAN.

         (a) VESTING. Water Pik Individuals who, as of the Distribution Date,
were participants in the ATI Pension Plan will continue to receive service
credit for vesting and retirement benefit eligibility purposes under the ATI
Pension Plan for service actually rendered to Water Pik during the period
commencing on the Distribution Date and ending April 1, 2000.

         (b) BENEFIT ACCRUAL. Water Pik Individuals who, as of the Distribution
Date, were participants in the ATI Pension Plan will continue to receive service
credit for benefit accrual purposes under the ATI Pension Plan for service
actually rendered to Water Pik during the period commencing on the Distribution
Date and ending April 2, 2000. Benefits accrued with respect to service credited
pursuant to this Section 3.2 shall be paid by the ATI Pension Plan at the same
times and under the same terms and conditions as applicable to benefits accrued
under the ATI Pension Plan.

         (c) DISTRIBUTION OF BENEFITS FROM ATI PENSION PLAN TO WATER PIK
INDIVIDUALS. For purposes of the ATI Pension Plan, the date which is the earlier
of the applicable of (i) a Water Pik's Individual's actual separation from
service with Water Pik or (ii) April 1, 2000 shall be for each Water Pik
Individual a separation from service with the employer and Water Pik Individuals
who are eligible to commence receipt of benefits under the ATI Pension Plan may,
in their respective discretion, apply at any time after the applicable date
described above to commence benefits to the extent then payable and subject to
the terms and conditions of the ATI Pension Plan. The Distribution Date does
not, however, constitute and shall not be treated under the ATI Pension Plan as
a sale or otherwise as an event permitting Water Pik Individuals to elect to
receive a lump sum form of distribution under the ATI Pension Plan.

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                                   ARTICLE IV
                           DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLANS

         4.1 401(k) PLAN.

         (a) ADOPTION BY WATER PIK OF TELEDYNE 401(k) PLAN AMENDED TO BE A
MULTIPLE EMPLOYER PLAN. On or before the Distribution Date, the Teledyne 401(k)
Plan will be amended by Teledyne to be and become a multiple employer plan under
which Water Pik may elect to be a contributing sponsor and to provide
participation to Water Pik Individuals under the terms and conditions set forth
in the Teledyne 401(k) Plan for a period ending on the earlier of (i) adoption
by Water Pik of the Water Pik 401(k) Plan or (ii) April 1, 2000. The right to
amend the Teledyne 401(k) Plan in any respect shall be exclusively within the
power of Teledyne at all relevant times. As amended, the Teledyne 401(k) Plan
shall provide that (A) Water Pik Individuals shall not be permitted to direct
investments after the Distribution Date in shares of common stock of ATI ("ATI
Common Stock") or in the common stock of any corporation spun off by ATI on the
Distribution Date other than Water Pik and (B) that each Water Pik Individual
shall have the right to direct the administrator of the Teledyne 401(k) Plan to
liquidate the interests of Water Pik Individuals in the ATI Common Stock, Water
Pik Common Stock or the common stock of any other previously related corporation
and direct the method of reinvestment of the proceeds of such sale from among
the options then available under the Teledyne 401(k) Plan.

         (b) ESTABLISHMENT OF WATER PIK 401(k) PLAN AND TRUST. The Water Pik
401(k) Plan, established by Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2 no later than
April 1, 2000, (i) shall be a qualified defined contribution plan within the
meaning of Code Section 401(a), (ii) except as provided under Section 4.1(c),
shall contain provisions, terms and conditions substantially similar to the
provisions, terms and conditions of the Teledyne 401(k) Plan, including
provisions with respect to ATI Common Stock and the common stock of Water Pik
and any other corporation spun off by ATI on the Distribution Date, and shall
further provide that Water Pik Individuals may maintain investments in ATI
Common Stock, Water Pik Common Stock and/or stock of any previously related
corporation until December 31, 2002 and, if ATI Common Stock and/or common stock
of any previously related corporation other than Water Pik is held in accounts
of Water Pik Individuals in the Teledyne 401(k) Plan as of December 31, 2002,
the interests of Water Pik Individuals shall be liquidated by the Plan
administrator and the proceeds reinvested in Water Pik Common Stock, and (iii)
shall provide coverage from and after the earlier of (i) its adoption by Water
Pik or (ii) April 1, 2000 with respect to Water Pik Individuals who, as of the
later of the dates above, were participants in the Teledyne 401(k) Plan as
amended as described in Section 4.1(a). The trust related to the Water Pik
401(k) Plan, established by Water Pik pursuant to Section 2.2, shall be exempt
from taxation under Code Section 501(a).

         (c) ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES AND TRANSFER OF ASSETS.

                  (i) Effective Immediately After the Distribution Date and
         until the earlier of (i) the date of adoption by Water Pik of the Water
         Pik 401(k) Plan or (ii) April 1, 2000, ATI shall administer or cause
         the administration of the assets and Benefit Liabilities of the
         Teledyne 401(k) Plan with respect to both Teledyne employees and Water
         Pik Individuals.

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         Water Pik shall pay to ATI, within thirty (30) days of presentment of
         an invoice therefor, an amount equal to the actual cost incurred by ATI
         for administration of the assets and Benefit Liabilities in the
         Teledyne 401(k) Plan relating to Water Pik Individuals. Water Pik
         Individuals shall continue to accrue service credit under the Teledyne
         401(k) Plan for vesting and benefit eligibility purposes until the
         earlier of (i) the date of adoption by Water Pik of the Water Pik
         401(k) Plan or (ii) April 1, 2000. Effective as of the earlier of (i)
         the adoption by Water Pik of the Water Pik 401(k) Plan or (ii) April 1,
         2000: (A) the Water Pik 401(k) Plan shall assume and be solely
         responsible for all Benefit Liabilities to or relating to Water Pik
         Individuals under the Water Pik 401(k) Plan, and (B) ATI shall cause an
         amount equal to the aggregate account balances of the Water Pik
         Individuals participating under the Teledyne 401(k) Plan, whether such
         amounts are vested or unvested under the terms of the Teledyne 401(k)
         Plan, which are held by the related trust as of the applicable of (i)
         the date of adoption by Water Pik of the Water Pik 401(k) Plan or (ii)
         April 1, 2000 to be transferred to the Water Pik 401(k) Plan, and its
         related trust, and Water Pik shall cause such transferred accounts to
         be accepted by such plan and trust. In ATI's sole and absolute
         discretion, the amount so transferred may be in cash or in kind or a
         combination thereof; provided, however, that the following shall be
         transferred in kind: (A) shares of ATI Common Stock, shares of Water
         Pik Common Stock allocated to participants' accounts as a result of the
         Distribution and shares of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated Common
         Stock allocated to participants' accounts as a result of the spin-off
         of ATI's aerospace and electronics businesses; and (B) all promissory
         notes reflecting participant loans to Water Pik Individuals under the
         Teledyne 401(k) Plan outstanding as of the time of transfer.

                  (ii) If any benefit with respect to a Water Pik Individual
         under the Teledyne 401(k) Plan is subject to a qualified domestic
         relations order at the time of transfer, all documentation concerning
         such qualified domestic relations order shall be assigned to the Water
         Pik 401(k) Plan.

         4.2 ASSUMPTION OF JANDY INDUSTRIES, INC. EMPLOYEES SAVINGS PLAN.
Effective Immediately After the Effective Date, Water Pik will assume
sponsorship of and liability and responsibility for the Jandy Industries, Inc.
Employees Savings Plan.

                                    ARTICLE V
                            HEALTH AND WELFARE PLANS

         5.1 ASSUMPTION OF HEALTH AND WELFARE PLAN LIABILITIES.

         (a) Immediately After the Distribution Date, all Benefit Liabilities to
or relating to Water Pik Individuals under the ATI Health and Welfare Plans
shall cease to be Benefit Liabilities of the ATI Health and Welfare Plans and
shall be assumed by the corresponding Water Pik Health and Welfare Plans.

         (b) Notwithstanding Section 5.1(a), all treatments which have been
pre-certified for or are being provided to a Water Pik Individual as of the
Close of the Distribution Date shall be provided without interruption under the
appropriate ATI Health and Welfare Plan until such

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treatment is concluded or discontinued pursuant to applicable plan rules and
limitations, but Water Pik shall continue to be responsible for all Benefit
Liabilities relating to, arising out of or resulting from such ongoing
treatments as of the Close of the Distribution Date.

         5.2 VENDOR CONTRACTS.

         (a) THIRD-PARTY ASO CONTRACTS.

                  (i) ATI shall use its Reasonable Efforts to amend each
         administrative services only contract with a third-party administrator
         that relates to any of the ATI Health and Welfare Plans (an "ASO
         Contract") in existence as of the date of this Agreement to permit
         Water Pik to participate in the terms and conditions of such ASO
         Contract from Immediately After the Distribution Date until December
         31, 2000. ATI shall use its Reasonable Efforts to cause all ASO
         Contracts into which ATI enters after the date of this Agreement but
         before the Close of the Distribution Date to allow Water Pik to
         participate in the terms and conditions thereof effective Immediately
         After the Distribution Date on the same basis as ATI.

                  (ii) ATI shall have the right to determine, and shall promptly
         notify Water Pik of, the manner in which Water Pik's participation in
         the terms and conditions of ASO Contracts as set forth above shall be
         effectuated. The permissible ways in which Water Pik's participation
         may be effectuated include automatically making Water Pik a party to
         the ASO Contracts or obligating the third party to enter into a
         separate ASO Contract with Water Pik providing for the same terms and
         conditions as are contained in the ASO Contracts to which ATI is a
         party (or such other arrangement as to which ATI and Water Pik shall
         mutually agree). Such terms and conditions shall include the financial
         and termination provisions, performance standards, methodology,
         auditing policies, quality measures, reporting requirements and target
         claims. Water Pik hereby authorizes ATI to act on its behalf to extend
         to Water Pik the terms and conditions of the ASO Contracts. Water Pik
         shall fully cooperate with ATI in such efforts, and Water Pik shall not
         perform any act, including discussing any alternative arrangements with
         any third party, that would prejudice ATI's efforts.

         (b) GROUP INSURANCE POLICIES.

                  (i) This Section 5.2(b) applies to group insurance policies
         not subject to allocation or transfer pursuant to the foregoing
         provisions of this Article V ("Group Insurance Policies").

                  (ii) ATI shall use its Reasonable Efforts to amend each Group
         Insurance Policy in existence as of the date of this Agreement for the
         provision or administration of benefits under the ATI Health and
         Welfare Plans to permit Water Pik to participate in the terms and
         conditions of such policy from Immediately After the Distribution Date
         until December 31, 2000. ATI shall use its Reasonable Efforts to cause
         all Group Insurance Policies into which ATI enters or which ATI renews
         after the date of this Agreement but before the Close of the
         Distribution Date to allow Water Pik to participate in the terms

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         and conditions thereof effective Immediately After the Distribution
         Date on the same basis as ATI.

                  (iii) Water Pik's participation in the terms and conditions of
         each such Group Insurance Policy shall be effectuated by obligating the
         insurance company that issued such insurance policy to ATI to issue one
         or more separate policies to Water Pik. Such terms and conditions shall
         include the financial and termination provisions, performance standards
         and target claims. Water Pik hereby unconditionally and irrevocably
         authorizes ATI to act on its behalf to extend to Water Pik the terms
         and conditions of such Group Insurance Policies. Water Pik shall fully
         cooperate with ATI in such efforts, and Water Pik shall not perform any
         act, including discussing any alternative arrangements with third
         parties, that would prejudice ATI's efforts.

         (c) HMO AGREEMENTS.

                  (i) Before the Distribution Date, ATI shall use its Reasonable
         Efforts to amend all letter agreements with HMOs that provide medical
         services under the ATI Medical Plans for 1999 ("HMO Agreements") in
         existence as of the date of this Agreement to permit Water Pik to
         participate in the terms and conditions of such HMO Agreements, in each
         case, from Immediately After the Distribution Date until December 31,
         2000. ATI shall use its Reasonable Efforts to cause all HMO Agreements
         into which ATI enters after the date of this Agreement but before the
         Close of the Distribution Date to allow Water Pik to participate in the
         terms and conditions of such HMO Agreements from Immediately After the
         Distribution Date until December 31, 2000 on the same basis as ATI.

                  (ii) ATI shall have the right to determine, and shall promptly
         notify Water Pik of, the manner in which Water Pik's participation in
         the terms and conditions of all HMO Agreements as set forth above shall
         be effectuated. The permissible ways in which Water Pik's participation
         may be effectuated include automatically making Water Pik a party to
         the HMO Agreements or obligating the HMOs to enter into letter
         agreements with Water Pik which are identical to the HMO Agreements (or
         such other arrangements as to which ATI and Water Pik shall mutually
         agree). Such terms and conditions shall include the financial and
         termination provisions of the HMO Agreements. Water Pik hereby
         authorizes ATI to act on its behalf to extend to Water Pik the terms
         and conditions of the HMO Agreements. Water Pik shall fully cooperate
         with ATI in such efforts, and Water Pik shall not perform any act,
         including discussing any alternative arrangements with any third-party,
         that would prejudice ATI's efforts.

                  (iii) Notwithstanding anything in this Article V to the
         contrary, Water Pik shall have the sole discretion to determine which
         HMOs to offer to the participants in the Water Pik Health and Welfare
         Plans for 2001 and subsequent years, and all HMO Agreements in which
         Water Pik participates pursuant to this Section 5.2(c) shall provide
         Water Pik with the right to discontinue its participation effective
         January 1, 2001.

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         5.3 PROCEDURES FOR AMENDMENTS TO PLANS, PLAN DESIGNS, ADMINISTRATIVE
PRACTICES, AND VENDOR CONTRACTS.

         (a) AMENDMENTS TO PLAN DOCUMENTS. From Immediately After the
Distribution Date through December 31, 2000, Water Pik shall not amend any Water
Pik Health and Welfare Plan or Plans, and Water Pik shall have no rights or
privileges with respect to such Plans other than those rights and privileges
contained in any policy, contract or other written arrangement governing such
Plans. During any period in which ATI is providing Interim Services with respect
to any Water Pik Health and Welfare Plan pursuant to Section 7.1, ATI shall have
the right to amend any applicable Water Pik Health and Welfare Plan; provided
that, in ATI's reasonable good faith opinion, such amendment will have no
material adverse impact on the Water Pik Health and Welfare Plan or its
participants or, to the extent a material adverse impact would occur, such
impact would affect both the applicable Water Pik Health and Welfare Plan and
any corresponding ATI Health and Welfare Plan and any costs incurred as a result
of such amendment shall be borne by ATI and Water Pik in the same proportion
that Water Pik and ATI employees, respectively, participate.

         (b) CHANGES IN VENDOR CONTRACTS, GROUP INSURANCE POLICIES, PLAN DESIGN,
AND ADMINISTRATION PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES.

                  (i) From Immediately After the Distribution Date until
         December 31, 2000, Water Pik shall not materially modify, or take other
         action which would have a material effect on, any of the following
         items (each such modification, a "Change"): (A) the termination date,
         administration, or operation of (1) an ASO contract between ATI or
         Water Pik and a third-party administrator, (2) a Group Insurance Policy
         issued to ATI or Water Pik, or (3) an HMO Agreement with ATI or Water
         Pik, in each case, the material terms and conditions of which contracts
         and policies are extended to Water Pik or to which Water Pik becomes a
         party pursuant to Section 5.2; (B) the design of either an ATI Health
         and Welfare Plan or a Water Pik Health and Welfare Plan; or (C) the
         financing, operation, administration or delivery of benefits under
         either an ATI Health and Welfare Plan or a Water Pik Health and Welfare
         Plan.

                  (ii) During any period in which ATI is providing Interim
         Services with respect to any Water Pik Health and Welfare Plan pursuant
         to Section 7.1, ATI shall be permitted to make any Change to such Water
         Pik Plan; provided that, in ATI's reasonable good faith opinion, such
         Change would affect both the applicable Water Pik Health and Welfare
         Plan and any corresponding ATI Health and Welfare Plan and any costs
         incurred as a result of such amendment shall be borne proportionally by
         ATI and Water Pik in the same proportion that Water Pik and ATI
         employees, respectively, participate.

         (c) EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS. Except as otherwise expressly provided in
Sections 5.3(a) and 5.3(b), as of January 1, 2001, Water Pik shall have the
right, in its sole and absolute discretion and without compliance with Sections
5.3(a) and 5.3(b), to increase or decrease the amount of employee contributions
under their respective Health and Welfare Plans.

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         5.4 ATI SICKNESS AND ACCIDENT, LONG TERM DISABILITY AND PENSION
DISABILITY BENEFITS. ATI shall transfer to Water Pik, effective Immediately
After the Distribution Date, responsibility for administering all claims
incurred by Water Pik Individuals and other employees and former employees of
Water Pik and the Water Pik Entities before the Close of the Distribution Date
that are administered by ATI as of the Close of the Distribution Date. Water Pik
shall administer such claims in the same manner, and using the same methods and
procedures, as ATI used in administering such claims. Water Pik shall have sole
discretionary authority to make any necessary determinations with respect to
such claims, including entering into settlements with respect to such claims.

         5.5 POST-RETIREMENT HEALTH AND LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS. As soon as
practicable after the Distribution Date, Water Pik shall provide ATI with a list
of all Water Pik Individuals who are, to the best knowledge of Water Pik,
eligible to receive retiree medical or dental coverage under the ATI Health and
Welfare Plans from and after the Distribution Date and/or post-retirement life
insurance coverage under the ATI Group Life Program, and the type of retiree
medical or dental coverage and the level of life insurance coverage for which
they are eligible, as applicable.

         5.6 COBRA AND DIRECT PAY. Effective Immediately After the Distribution
Date, Water Pik shall solely be responsible for administering compliance with
the health care continuation coverage requirements of COBRA and the Water Pik
Health and Welfare plans, and, with respect to Water Pik Individuals, the ATI
Health and Welfare Plans.

         5.7 POST-DISTRIBUTION TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS.

         (a) CONTINUANCE OF ELECTIONS, CO-PAYMENTS AND MAXIMUM BENEFITS.

                  (i) Water Pik shall cause the Water Pik Health and Welfare
         Plans to recognize and maintain all coverage and contribution elections
         made by Water Pik Individuals under the ATI Health and Welfare Plans
         and apply such elections under the Water Pik Health and Welfare Plans
         for the remainder of the period or periods for which such elections are
         by their terms applicable. The transfer or other movement of employment
         from ATI to Water Pik at any time before the Close of the Distribution
         Date shall neither constitute nor be treated as a "status change" under
         the ATI Health and Welfare Plans or the Water Pik Health and Welfare
         Plans.

                  (ii) Water Pik shall cause the Water Pik Health and Welfare
         Plans to recognize and give credit for (A) all amounts applied to
         deductibles, out-of-pocket maximums, and other applicable benefit
         coverage limits with respect to which such expenses have been incurred
         by Water Pik Individuals under the ATI Health and Welfare Plans for the
         remainder of the year in which the Distribution occurs, and (B) all
         benefits paid to Water Pik Individuals under the ATI Health and Welfare
         Plans for purposes of determining when such persons have reached their
         lifetime maximum benefits under the Water Pik Health and Welfare Plans.

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                  (iii) Water Pik shall recognize and maintain through December
         31, 1999 all eligible populations covered by the ATI Health and Welfare
         Plans (as defined in the applicable ATI Health and Welfare Plan
         documents), including Class I and Class II dependents, term and
         temporary employees, alternate benefit plan employees, and all
         categories of part-time employees (which are fully and non-fully
         eligible for company contributions).

                  (iv) Water Pik shall (A) provide coverage to Water Pik
         Individuals under the Water Pik Group Life Program without the need to
         undergo a physical examination or otherwise provide evidence of
         insurability, and (B) recognize and maintain all irrevocable
         assignments and accelerated benefit option elections made by Water Pik
         Individuals under the ATI Group Life Program.

         (b) OTHER POST-DISTRIBUTION TRANSITIONAL RULES.

                  (i) ATI HCRA PLAN. To the extent any Water Pik Individual
         contributed to an account under the ATI HCRA Plan during the calendar
         year that includes the Distribution Date, effective as of the Close of
         the Distribution Date, ATI shall transfer to the Water Pik HCRA Plan
         the account balances of Water Pik Individuals for such calendar year
         under the ATI HCRA Plan, regardless of whether the account balance is
         positive or negative.

                  (ii) ATI CHILD/ELDER CARE REIMBURSEMENT ACCOUNT PLAN. To the
         extent any Water Pik Individual contributed to the ATI CECRA Plan
         during the calendar year that includes the Distribution Date, ATI shall
         transfer the account balances of Water Pik Individuals for such
         calendar year in the ATI CECRA Plan to the Water Pik CECRA Plan.

                  (iii) POST-RETIREMENT MEDICAL PLAN. For the period ending on
         December 31st of the calendar year which is five calendar years after
         the Distribution Date, Water Pik shall comply with all cost maintenance
         period requirements and benefit maintenance period requirements under
         Code Sections 401(h) or 420 that are applicable to post-retirement
         health benefits under the Water Pik Health Plans for any pension asset
         transfers pursuant to Code Section 420 by or on behalf of ATI for
         qualified current retiree health liabilities (as defined under Code
         Section 420). With respect to any pension asset transfers pursuant to
         Code Section 420, Water Pik shall obtain ATI's prior written approval
         before amending any Water Pik Health Plan with respect to the provision
         of post-retirement health benefits during the cost maintenance or
         benefit maintenance periods to which the ATI Health Plans are subject
         pursuant to Code Section 420 and no such amendment shall be effective
         in any respect until ATI's prior written approval is obtained. No
         pension asset transfer pursuant to Code Section 420 shall be made by
         Water Pik after the date hereof and before the Close of the
         Distribution Date unless Water Pik and ATI so agree.

                  (iv) HEALTH AND WELFARE PLANS SUBROGATION RECOVERY. After the
         Close of the Distribution Date, ATI shall pay to Water Pik any amounts
         ATI

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         recovers from time to time through subrogation or otherwise for claims
         incurred by or reimbursed to any Water Pik Individual. If Water Pik
         recovers any amounts through subrogation or otherwise for claims
         incurred by or reimbursed to employees and former employees of ATI or
         an ATI Entity and their respective beneficiaries and dependents (other
         than Water Pik Individuals), Water Pik shall pay such amounts to ATI.

         5.8 APPLICATION OF ARTICLE V TO WATER PIK ENTITIES. Any reference
in this Article V to "Water Pik" shall include a reference to a Water Pik Entity
when and to the extent ATI or Water Pik has caused the Water Pik Entity to (a)
become a party to a vendor contract, group insurance contract, or HMO letter
agreement associated with a Water Pik Health and Welfare Plan, (b) become a
self-insured entity for the purposes of one or more Water Pik Health and Welfare
Plans, (c) assume all or a portion of the liabilities or administrative
responsibilities for benefits which arose before the Close of the Distribution
Date under an ATI Health and Welfare Plan and which were expressly assumed by
Water Pik pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, or (d) take any other action,
extend any coverage, assume any other liability or fulfill any other
responsibility that Water Pik would otherwise be required to take under the
terms of this Article V, unless it is clear from the context that the particular
reference is not intended to include a Water Pik Entity. In all such instances
in which a reference in this Article V to "Water Pik" includes a reference to a
Water Pik Entity, Water Pik shall be responsible to ATI for ensuring that the
Water Pik Entity complies with the applicable terms of this Agreement and the
Water Pik Individuals allocated to such Water Pik Entity shall have the same
rights and entitlements to benefits under the applicable Water Pik Health and
Welfare Plans that the Water Pik Individual would have had if he or she had
instead been allocated to Water Pik. Further, each such Water Pik Entity, unless
otherwise expressly provided under the terms of this Agreement or any Ancillary
Agreement, shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless ATI for any costs incurred
by ATI pursuant to the provisions of Article V on behalf of or related to such
Water Pik Entity.


                                   ARTICLE VI
              EXECUTIVE BENEFITS AND NON-EMPLOYEE DIRECTOR BENEFITS

         6.1 ASSUMPTION OF OBLIGATIONS. Except (i) for Benefit Liabilities
arising under the Teledyne Pension Equalization Plan and (ii) as otherwise
expressly provided in this Article VI, effective Immediately After the
Distribution Date, Water Pik and the Water Pik Entities shall assume and be
solely responsible for all Benefit Liabilities to or relating to Water Pik
Individuals under all ATI Executive Benefit Plans.

         6.2 CONSENTS AND NOTIFICATIONS. ATI and Water Pik shall use their
Reasonable Efforts to obtain, or cause to be obtained, to the extent necessary,
the written consent of each Water Pik Individual who is a party to a separate
agreement between the Individual and ATI and/or a participant in any ATI
Executive Benefit Plan, to the treatment of such individual agreement and/or
Executive Benefit Plan, as applicable, in accordance with this Article VI,
including the assumption by Water Pik and the Water Pik Entities, of sole
responsibility for, and the release of ATI and the ATI Entities from, all
Benefit Liabilities thereunder; provided, that no failure to seek or to obtain
any such consent shall have any effect upon the obligations of Water Pik and the
Water Pik Entities with respect to such Benefit Liabilities.

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         6.3 ATI 1999 BONUS PLAN. Subject to the provisions of Section
6.4(a)(ii)(B), Water Pik shall be responsible for determining, with respect to
all Awards that would otherwise be payable under any bonus Plan or arrangement
to Water Pik Individuals for the 1999 performance year, (a) the extent to which
established performance criteria (as interpreted by Water Pik, in its sole
discretion, after taking into account the effects of the Distribution) have been
met and (b) the payment level for each Water Pik Individual.

         6.4 ATI INCENTIVE PLANS. ATI and Water Pik shall use their Reasonable
Efforts to take all actions necessary or appropriate so that each outstanding
Award granted under any ATI Incentive Plan held by any Water Pik Individual
shall be determined, converted or replaced, as the case may be, as set forth in
this Section 6.4 with an Award under the Water Pik Incentive Plan.

         (a) WATER PIK INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE ACTIVE EMPLOYEES OF WATER PIK.

                  (i) STOCK OPTIONS. Water Pik shall cause each ATI Option that
         is outstanding as of the Close of the Distribution Date and is held by
         a Water Pik Individual to be converted, effective Immediately After the
         Distribution Date, to a Water Pik Option (a "Converted Option"). Such
         Converted Option shall provide for the option to purchase a number of
         shares of Water Pik Common Stock equal to the number of shares of ATI
         Common Stock subject to such ATI Option as of the Close of the
         Distribution Date, multiplied by the Ratio, and then rounded up to the
         nearest whole share. The per-share exercise price of such Converted
         Option shall equal the per-share exercise price of such ATI Option as
         of the Close of the Distribution Date divided by the Ratio. Each such
         Converted Option shall otherwise have the same terms and conditions as
         were applicable to the corresponding ATI Option as of the Close of the
         Distribution Date, except that references to ATI and its Affiliates
         shall be amended to refer to Water Pik and its Affiliates.

                  (ii) PERFORMANCE AWARDS.

                           (A) The current performance period under the ATI
                  Performance Share Program is the three-year period commencing
                  on January 1, 1998. Either prior to or within a reasonable
                  time after the Distribution Date, in accordance with the
                  provisions of Section 6.4(a)(ii)(B), the applicable ATI
                  Performance Award under the ATI Performance Share Program
                  shall be determined by ATI with respect to each Water Pik
                  Individual for the period from January 1, 1998 through the
                  Distribution Date. Effective Immediately After the
                  Distribution Date, Water Pik and the Water Pik Entities shall
                  assume and be solely responsible for all Benefit Liabilities
                  to or relating to Water Pik Individuals with respect to the
                  administration and distribution of Performance Awards to such
                  Water Pik Individuals.

                           (B) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 6.3,
                  the ATI Personnel and Compensation Committee or the Stock
                  Incentive Award Subcommittee, as the case may be, shall
                  determine, in its sole and absolute discretion, with respect
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                  each Water Pik Individual, the extent to which, as of the
                  Distribution Date, such Individual has achieved target
                  performance levels established under the ATI Performance Share
                  Program and the appropriate Performance Award for such
                  Individual based upon such performance. The Performance Award
                  so determined shall be pro-rated by multiplying the
                  Performance Award determined under the preceding sentence by a
                  fraction, the numerator of which shall be equal to the number
                  of months from and including January 1, 1998 to the month in
                  which the Distribution Date occurs and the denominator of
                  which shall be 36. The Performance Award as determined
                  hereunder shall be distributed by Water Pik and the Water Pik
                  Entities to the applicable Water Pik Individual as provided
                  under the terms of the Performance Share Program; provided,
                  however, that any ATI Common Stock allocated or otherwise
                  awarded to a Water Pik Individual as part of a Performance
                  Award under the provisions of this Section 6.4(a)(ii) shall,
                  prior to any distribution to such Individual and, in any
                  event, no later than Immediately After the Distribution Date,
                  be converted into Water Pik Common Stock by multiplying the
                  number of shares of ATI Common Stock subject to such
                  Performance Award by an appropriate ratio, as determined by
                  ATI's Board of Directors or an applicable Committee thereof
                  and then rounding up the product to the nearest whole share.

                  (iii) SARP. As of the Distribution Date, all shares of ATI
         Common Stock issued and outstanding held by a Water Pik Individual
         under the ATI SARP as Designated Stock or Purchased Stock (as those
         terms are defined in the ATI SARP) shall continue to be so held, and
         the shares of Water Pik Common Stock received by Water Pik Individuals
         in respect of their Purchased Stock and Designated Stock pursuant to
         the distribution terms of Article III of the Separation and
         Distribution Agreement and the shares of Teledyne Technologies
         Incorporated Common Stock received by Water Pik Individuals in respect
         of their Purchased Stock and Designated Stock as a result of the
         spin-off of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated by ATI to ATI's
         stockholders shall also be considered Designated Stock or Purchased
         Stock, as the case may be, subject to the terms of the ATI SARP.
         Effective Immediately After the Distribution Date, Water Pik shall
         assume all Benefit Liabilities to or relating to Water Pik Individuals
         under the ATI SARP relating to the Restricted Stock (as that term is
         defined in the ATI SARP), but ATI shall retain all promissory notes
         payable by participants into the ATI SARP, including Water Pik
         Individuals, to the order of ATI, and the collateral with respect to
         such notes shall include all shares of ATI Common Stock that were
         pledged as collateral for purposes of the ATI SARP immediately prior to
         the Distribution Date as well as the shares of Water Pik Common Stock
         and Teledyne Technologies Incorporated Common Stock issued in respect
         of such shares of ATI Common Stock held as collateral. Effective
         Immediately After the Distribution Date, pursuant to the terms of the
         ATI SARP, all Water Pik Individuals holding awards of Restricted Stock
         under the ATI SARP as of the Distribution Date shall receive, without
         any further action on their part and in substitution for all shares of
         Restricted Stock held immediately prior to the Distribution Date by
         such Water Pik Individuals under the ATI SARP, a number of shares of
         Water Pik Common Stock determined by multiplying the number of shares
         of ATI Common Stock that are held

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         immediately prior to the Distribution Date as Restricted Stock under
         the ATI SARP by an appropriate ratio, as determined by ATI's Board of
         Directors or an applicable Committee thereof then rounding the product
         up to the nearest whole share, and such shares of Water Pik Common
         Stock shall be subject to the same restrictions as the shares of ATI
         Common Stock prior to the conversion.

         (b) WATER PIK INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE NOT ACTIVE EMPLOYEES OF WATER PIK.
Each outstanding Award that is held by an individual who, as of the Close of the
Distribution Date, would otherwise be a Water Pik Individual but is not an
active employee of or on leave of absence from Water Pik or a Water Pik Entity
shall remain outstanding Immediately After the Distribution Date in accordance
with its terms as applicable as of the Close of the Distribution Date, subject
to such adjustments as may be applicable to outstanding Awards held by
individuals who remain active employees of or on leave of absence from ATI or an
ATI Entity after the Distribution Date.

         6.5 ATI NONQUALIFIED DEFERRED COMPENSATION PROGRAMS.

         (a) ASSUMPTION OF LIABILITIES AND TRANSFER OF ASSETS. Subject to the
provisions of Section 6.1, effective Immediately After the Distribution Date,
Water Pik shall assume all Benefit Liabilities to or relating to Water Pik
Individuals under the ATI Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Programs. Effective
Immediately After the Distribution Date, to the extent ATI has acquired
Corporate-Owned Life Insurance Policies as a source of payment of liabilities
which are or may be payable under the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated Executive
Deferred Compensation Plan with respect to Water Pik Individuals, ATI shall, in
ATI's sole discretion, (i) transfer an amount in cash equal to the cash
surrender value of such policies or (ii) cause the transfer, either by
assignment or any other reasonable means, to Water Pik of Corporate-Owned Life
Insurance Policies on the lives of such Water Pik Individuals and such other
employees or former employees of ATI or its subsidiaries as ATI may, in its sole
discretion select, or any portion thereof, having in the aggregate a cash
surrender value equal to the amount of any Benefit Liabilities for Water Pik
Individuals under the Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated Executive Deferred
Compensation Plan.

         (b) CORPORATE-OWNED LIFE INSURANCE. ATI and Water Pik shall take all
actions necessary to replicate the manner in which ATI has heretofore held
Corporate-Owned Life Insurance Policies, and executing or accepting delivery of
any assignments reasonably requested by either party or any insurance company
insuring one or more lives under the Corporate-Owned Life Insurance Policies, as
may be necessary or appropriate in order to assign those Policies insuring Water
Pik Individuals to Water Pik, effective Immediately After the Distribution Date.
If a Corporate-Owned Life Insurance Policy is so assigned to Water Pik, Water
Pik shall assume and be solely responsible for all Benefit Liabilities, and
shall be entitled to all benefits, thereunder, effective as of the earlier of
(i) the Close of the Distribution Date and (ii) the date of such assignment. ATI
and Water Pik shall continue, liquidate and/or administer such Corporate-Owned

         Life Insurance Policies on terms and conditions agreed to by ATI and
Water Pik. ATI and Water Pik shall share all information that may be necessary
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the Corporate-Owned Life Insurance Policies owned by ATI and/or Water Pik and to
determine when and whether such individuals are deceased.

         6.6 NON-EMPLOYEE DIRECTOR BENEFITS. The parties intend that all Water
Pik Non-Employee Directors who were ATI Non-Employee Directors prior to the
Distribution Date may continue to serve as ATI Non-Employee Directors. In
furtherance of such intention, ATI shall retain all Benefit Liabilities with
respect to the services of its Non-Employee Directors under the ATI Non-Employee
Director Plans accrued as of the Distribution Date. Water Pik assumes no Benefit
Liabilities under the ATI Non-Employee Director Plans.

         6.7 CONFIDENTIALITY AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION. No provision of this
Agreement shall be deemed to release any individual for a violation of any
agreement or policy pertaining to confidential or proprietary information of ATI
or any of its Affiliates, or otherwise relieve any individual of his or her
obligations under any such agreement or policy.


                                   ARTICLE VII
                           GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE

         7.1 INTERIM SERVICES AGREEMENT. Effective on or before the Distribution
Date, ATI and Water Pik shall enter into an agreement relating to the
coordination of and payment for transition services to be provided by ATI
regarding the establishment and administration of the Water Pik Plans (the
"Interim Services Agreement"). The provisions of the Interim Services Agreement
shall be incorporated by reference in this Agreement and shall become a part of
this Agreement.

         7.2 PAYMENT OF LIABILITIES, PLAN EXPENSES AND RELATED MATTERS.

         (a) ACTUARIAL AND ACCOUNTING METHODOLOGIES AND ASSUMPTIONS. For
purposes of this Agreement, unless specifically indicated otherwise: (i) all
actuarial methodologies and assumptions used for a particular Plan shall (except
to the extent otherwise determined by ATI and Water Pik to be reasonable or
necessary) be substantially the same as those used in the actuarial valuation of
that Plan used to determine minimum funding requirements under ERISA Section 302
and Code Section 412(c) for 1999, or, if such Plan is not subject to such
minimum funding requirements, the assumptions used to prepare ATI's audited
financial statements for 1999, as the case may be; and (ii) the value of plan
assets shall be the value established by ATI for purposes of audited financial
statements of the relevant plan or trust for the period ending on the date as of
which the valuation is to be made. Except as otherwise contemplated by this
Agreement or as required by law, all determinations as to the amount or
valuation of any assets of or relating to any ATI Plan (whether or not such
assets are being transferred to a Water Pik Plan) shall be made by ATI in its
sole and absolute discretion and such determination shall be final and binding
on all parties.

         (b) PAYMENT OF LIABILITIES; DETERMINATION OF EMPLOYEE STATUS. Water Pik
shall pay directly, or reimburse ATI promptly for, all Benefit Liabilities
assumed by it

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pursuant to this Agreement, including all compensation payable to Water Pik
Individuals for services rendered while in the employ of ATI or an ATI Entity
before becoming a Water Pik Individual (to the extent not charged for pursuant
to Section 7.1 or another Ancillary Agreement). To the extent the amount of such
Benefit Liabilities is not yet determinable because the status of individuals as
Water Pik Individuals is not yet determined, except as otherwise specified
herein or in another Ancillary Agreement with respect to particular Benefit
Liabilities, Water Pik shall make such payments or reimbursements based upon
ATI's reasonable estimates of the amounts thereof, and when such status is
determined, Water Pik shall make additional reimbursements or payments, or ATI
shall reimburse Water Pik, to the extent necessary to reflect the actual amount
of such Benefit Liabilities. In determining the number of individuals in any
particular group of employees described in this Agreement (such as "Water Pik
Individuals"), no individual shall be counted twice. Determinations of what
entity employs or employed a particular individual shall be made by reference to
the applicable legal entity and/or other appropriate accounting code, to the
extent possible.

         7.3 SHARING OF PARTICIPANT INFORMATION. ATI and Water Pik shall share,
ATI shall cause each applicable ATI Entity to share, and Water Pik shall cause
each applicable Water Pik Entity to share, with each other and their respective
agents and vendors (without obtaining releases) all participant information
necessary for the efficient and accurate administration of each of the ATI Plans
and the Water Pik Plans. ATI and Water Pik and their respective authorized
agents shall, subject to applicable laws on confidentiality, be given reasonable
and timely access to, and may make copies of, all information relating to the
subjects of this Agreement in the custody of the other party, to the extent
necessary for such administration. Until December 31, 2000, all participant
information shall be provided in a manner and medium that is compatible with the
data processing systems of ATI as in effect on the Close of the Distribution
Date, unless otherwise agreed to by ATI and Water Pik.

         7.4 REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE AND COMMUNICATIONS TO PARTICIPANTS. Water
Pik shall take, and shall cause each other applicable Water Pik Entity to take,
all actions necessary or appropriate to facilitate the distribution of all
applicable ATI Plan-related communications and materials to Water Pik
Individuals and their beneficiaries, including summary plan descriptions and
related summaries of material modification, summary annual reports, investment
information, prospectuses, notices and enrollment material related to the Water
Pik Plans. Water Pik shall pay ATI the cost relating to the copies of all such
documents provided to Water Pik, except to the extent such costs are charged
pursuant to Section 7.1 or pursuant to an Ancillary Agreement. Water Pik shall
assist, and Water Pik shall cause each other applicable Water Pik Entity to
assist, ATI in complying with all reporting and disclosure requirements of
ERISA, including the preparation of Form 5500 annual reports for the ATI Plans,
where applicable.

         7.5 NON-TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT; NO THIRD-PARTY BENEFICIARIES. No
provision of this Agreement or the Separation and Distribution Agreement shall
be construed to create any right, or accelerate entitlement, to any compensation
or benefit whatsoever on the part of any Water Pik Individual or other future,
present or former employee of ATI, an ATI Entity, Water Pik, or a Water Pik
Entity under any ATI Plan or Water Pik Plan or otherwise. Without limiting the
generality of the foregoing: (i) the Distribution shall

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not cause any employee to be deemed to have incurred a termination of employment
which entitles such individual to the commencement of benefits under any of the
ATI Plans, any of the Water Pik Plans, or any individual agreements; and (ii)
except as expressly provided in this Agreement, nothing in this Agreement shall
preclude Water Pik, at any time after the Close of the Distribution Date, from
amending, merging, modifying, terminating, eliminating, reducing, or otherwise
altering in any respect any Water Pik Plan, any benefit under any Plan or any
trust, insurance policy or funding vehicle related to any Water Pik Plan unless
such change could or will increase the obligations of ATI or any ATI Entity
under any Plan or agreement.

         7.6 BENEFICIARY DESIGNATIONS. All beneficiary designations made by
Water Pik Individuals for ATI Plans shall be transferred to and be in full force
and effect under the corresponding Water Pik Plans until such beneficiary
designations are replaced or revoked by the Water Pik Individual who made the
beneficiary designation.

         7.7 REQUESTS FOR IRS RULINGS AND DOL OPINIONS. Water Pik shall
cooperate fully with ATI on any issue relating to the transactions contemplated
by this Agreement for which ATI elects to seek a determination letter or private
letter ruling from the IRS or an advisory opinion from the DOL. ATI shall
cooperate fully with Water Pik with respect to any request for a determination
letter or private letter ruling from the IRS or advisory opinion from the DOL
with respect to any of the Water Pik Plans relating to the transactions
contemplated by this Agreement.

         7.8 FIDUCIARY MATTERS. ATI and Water Pik each acknowledges that actions
required to be taken pursuant to this Agreement may be subject to fiduciary
duties or standards of conduct under ERISA or other applicable law, and no party
shall be deemed to be in violation of this Agreement if it fails to comply with
any provisions hereof based upon its good faith determination that to do so
would violate such a fiduciary duty or standard.

         7.9 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. To the extent any provision of this
Agreement is contrary to the provisions of any collective bargaining agreement
to which ATI or any Affiliate of ATI is a party, the terms of such collective
bargaining agreement shall prevail. Should any provisions of this Agreement be
deemed to relate to a topic determined by an appropriate authority to be a
mandatory subject of collective bargaining, ATI or Water Pik may be obligated to
bargain with the union representing affected employees concerning those
subjects. Neither party will agree to a modification of any collective
bargaining agreement without the consent of the other.

         7.10 CONSENT OF THIRD PARTIES. If any provision of this Agreement is
dependent on the consent of any third party (such as a vendor or a union) and
such consent is withheld, ATI and Water Pik shall use their Reasonable Efforts
to implement the applicable provisions of this Agreement to the full extent
practicable. If any provision of this Agreement cannot be implemented due to the
failure of such third party to consent, ATI and Water Pik shall negotiate in
good faith to implement the provision in a mutually satisfactory manner.

         7.11 INDEMNIFICATION OF ATI. Water Pik shall indemnify, defend and hold
harmless ATI, each ATI Entity and each of their respective directors, officers
and employees, and

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each of the heirs, executors, successors and assigns of any of the foregoing
(collectively, the "ATI Indemnitees") from and against (i) any and all Benefit
Liabilities of the ATI Indemnitees to the extent any such Benefit Liabilities
are assumed by Water Pik or a Water Pik Entity under this Agreement and (ii) any
and all changes or modifications to any rights, privileges or benefits of or
relating to any Water Pik Individual as provided in or otherwise contemplated by
this Agreement.


                                  ARTICLE VIII
                                  MISCELLANEOUS

         8.1 FOREIGN PLANS. To the extent that Water Pik has or assumes any
responsibility for sponsorship, maintenance or administration of any Foreign
Plan, ATI shall have no responsibility or liability with respect to such Plan
and Water Pik shall indemnify and hold harmless ATI from any liability under
such Plan.

         8.2 EFFECT IF DISTRIBUTION DOES NOT OCCUR. If the Distribution does not
occur, then all actions and events that are, under this Agreement, to be taken
or occur effective as of the Close of the Distribution Date, Immediately After
the Distribution Date, or otherwise in connection with the Distribution, shall
not be taken or occur except to the extent specifically agreed by Water Pik and
ATI.

         8.3 RELATIONSHIP OF PARTIES. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed
or construed by the parties or any third party as creating the relationship of
principal and agent, partnership or joint venture between the parties, it being
understood and agreed that no provision contained herein, and no act of the
parties, shall be deemed to create any relationship between the parties other
than the relationship set forth herein.

         8.4 AFFILIATES. Each of ATI and Water Pik shall cause to be performed,
and hereby guarantees the performance of, all actions, agreements and
obligations set forth in this Agreement to be performed by an ATI Entity or a
Water Pik Entity, respectively.

         8.5 COUNTERPARTS; ENTIRE AGREEMENT; CORPORATE POWER.

         (a) This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, all of
which shall be considered one and the same agreement, and shall become effective
when one or more counterparts have been signed by each of the parties and
delivered to the other party.

         (b) This Agreement, and the Exhibits, Schedules and Appendices hereto
and thereto contain the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the
subject matter hereof, supersede all previous agreements, negotiations,
discussions, writings, understandings, commitments and conversations with
respect to such subject matter and there are no agreements or understandings
between the parties other than those set forth or referred to herein or therein.

         (c) ATI represents on behalf of itself and each ATI Entity, and Water
Pik represents on behalf of itself and each Water Pik Entity, as follows:

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                  (i) each such Person has the requisite corporate or other
power and authority and has taken all corporate or other action necessary in
order to execute, deliver and perform each of this Agreement and to consummate
the transactions contemplated hereby; and

                  (ii) this Agreement has been duly executed and delivered by it
and constitutes a valid and binding agreement of it enforceable in accordance
with the terms thereof.

         (d) Each party hereto acknowledges that it and each other party hereto
may be executing this Agreement by facsimile, stamp or mechanical signature.
Each party hereto expressly adopts and confirms each such facsimile, stamp or
mechanical signature made in its respective name as if it were a manual
signature, agrees that it will not assert that any such signature is not
adequate to bind such party to the same extent as if it were signed manually and
agrees that at the reasonable request of any other party hereto at any time it
will as promptly as reasonably practicable cause this Agreement to be manually
executed (any such execution to be as of the date of the initial date thereof).

         8.6 GOVERNING LAW; CONSENT TO JURISDICTION.

         (a) This Agreement shall be governed by and construed and interpreted
in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as to all
matters, including matters of validity, construction, effect, enforceability,
performance and remedies, irrespective of the choice of laws principles of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

         (b) Each of the parties hereto irrevocably submits to the exclusive
jurisdiction of (i) the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
and (ii) the United States District Court for the Western District of
Pennsylvania, for the purposes of any suit, action or other proceeding arising
out of this Agreement or any transaction contemplated hereby (and agrees not to
commence any action, suit or proceeding relating thereto except in such courts).
Each of the parties hereto further agrees that service of any process, summons,
notice or document hand delivered or sent by U.S. registered mail to such
party's respective address set forth in Section 8.9 will be effective service of
process for any action, suit or proceeding in Pennsylvania with respect to any
matters to which it has submitted to jurisdiction as set forth in the
immediately preceding sentence. Each of the parties hereto irrevocably and
unconditionally waives any objection to the laying of venue of any action, suit
or proceeding arising out of this Agreement or the transactions contemplated
hereby in (i) the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania or
(ii) the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania,
and hereby further irrevocably and unconditionally waives and agrees not to
plead or claim in any such court that any such action, suit or proceeding
brought in any such court has been brought in an inconvenient forum.

         8.7 ASSIGNABILITY. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to
the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns;
provided, however, that no party hereto may assign its respective rights or
delegate its respective obligations under this Agreement without the express
prior written consent of the other party hereto.

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         8.8 THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES. Except as otherwise expressly provided
herein, (a) the provisions of this Agreement are solely for the benefit of the
parties and are not intended to confer upon any Person except the parties any
rights or remedies hereunder, (b) there are no third party beneficiaries of this
Agreement, and (c) this Agreement shall not provide any third person with any
remedy, claim, liability, reimbursement, claim of action or other right in
excess of those existing without reference to this Agreement. No party shall be
required to deliver any notice under this Agreement to any other party with
respect to any matter in which such other party has no right, remedy or claim.

         8.9 NOTICES. All notices or other communications under this Agreement
shall be in writing and shall be deemed to be duly given when (a) delivered in
person or (b) deposited in the United States mail or private express mail,
postage prepaid, addressed as follows:

         If to ATI, to:        Allegheny Teledyne Incorporated
                               1000 Six PPG Place
                               Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222-5479
                               Attn: Senior Vice President, General Counsel
                               and Secretary

         If to Water Pik, to:  Water Pik Technologies, Inc.
                               600 Newport Center Drive, Suite 470
                               Newport Beach, California 92660
                               Attn: President

Any party may, by notice to the other party, change the address to which such
notices are to be given.

         8.10 SEVERABILITY. If any provision of this Agreement or the
application thereof to any Person or circumstance is determined by a court of
competent jurisdiction to be invalid, void or unenforceable, the remaining
provisions hereof or thereof, or the application of such provision to Persons or
circumstances or in jurisdictions other than those as to which it has been held
invalid or unenforceable, shall remain in full force and effect and shall in no
way be affected, impaired or invalidated thereby, so long as the economic or
legal substance of the transactions contemplated hereby or thereby, as the case
may be, is not affected in any manner adverse to any party. Upon such
determination, the parties shall negotiate in good faith in an effort to agree
upon such a suitable and equitable provision to effect the original intent of
the parties.

         8.11 HEADINGS. The article, section and paragraph headings contained in
this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not affect in any way
the meaning or interpretation of this Agreement.

         8.12 WAIVERS OF DEFAULT. Waiver by any party of any default by the
other party of any provision of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver by
the waiving party of any subsequent or other default, nor shall it prejudice the
rights of the other party.

         8.13 AMENDMENTS. No provisions of this Agreement shall be deemed
waived, amended, supplemented or modified by any party, unless such waiver,
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modification is in writing and signed by the authorized representative of the
party against whom it is sought to enforce such waiver, amendment, supplement or
modification.

         8.14 INTERPRETATION. Words in the singular shall be held to include the
plural and vice versa and words of one gender shall be held to include the other
genders as the context requires. The terms "hereof," "herein," and "herewith"
and words of similar import shall, unless otherwise stated, be construed to
refer to this Agreement as a whole (including all of the Schedules, Exhibits and
Appendices hereto) and not to any particular provision of this Agreement.
Article, Section, Exhibit, Schedule and Appendix references are to the Articles,
Sections, Exhibits, Schedules and Appendices to this Agreement unless otherwise
specified. The word "including" and words of similar import when used in this
Agreement shall mean "including, without limitation," unless the context
otherwise requires or unless otherwise specified. The word "or" shall not be
exclusive. Unless expressly stated to the contrary in this Agreement, all
references to "the date hereof," "the date of this Agreement," "hereby" and
"hereupon" and words of similar input shall all be references to November 29,
1999, regardless of any amendment or restatement hereof.

         8.15 DISPUTES. (a) Resolution of any and all disputes arising from or
in connection with this Agreement, whether based on contract, tort, statute or
otherwise, including, but not limited to, disputes in connection with claims by
third parties (collectively, "Disputes"), shall be subject to the provisions of
this Section 8.15; provided, however, that nothing contained herein shall
preclude any party from seeking or obtaining (i) injunctive relief or (ii)
equitable or other judicial relief to enforce the provisions hereof or to
preserve the status quo pending resolution of Disputes hereunder.

         (b) Any party may give the other parties written notice of any Dispute
not resolved in the normal course of business. The parties shall attempt in good
faith to resolve any Dispute promptly by negotiation between executives of the
parties who have authority to settle the controversy. Within 15 days after
delivery of the notice, the foregoing executives of both parties shall meet at a
mutually acceptable time and place, and thereafter as often as they reasonably
deem necessary for a period not to exceed five days, to attempt to resolve the
Dispute. All reasonable requests for information made by one party to the other
will be honored. If the parties do not resolve the Dispute within such 20 day
period (the "Initial Mediation Period"), the parties shall attempt in good faith
to resolve the Dispute by negotiation between or among the Designated Officers
(as defined in the Separation and Distribution Agreement). The Designated
Officers shall meet at a mutually acceptable time and place (but in no event no
later than 15 days following the expiration of the Initial Mediation Period) and
thereafter as often as they reasonably deem necessary for a period not to exceed
15 days, to attempt to resolve the Dispute.

         (c) If the Dispute has not been resolved by negotiation within 50 days
of the first party's notice, or if the parties failed to meet within 15 days of
the first party's notice, or if the Designated Officers failed to meet within 35
days of the first party's notice, any party may commence any litigation or other
procedure allowed by law.

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         IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Employee Benefits
Agreement to be duly executed as of the day and year first above written.

                                           ALLEGHENY TELEDYNE INCORPORATED


                                           By:  /s/ Jon D. Walton
                                              ----------------------------
                                           Title:_________________________



                                           WATER PIK TECHNOLOGIES, INC.


                                           By:  /s/ Michael Hoopis
                                              ----------------------------
                                           Title:_________________________


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