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Vibrating Alarm Clock Wakes You With a Cheap Thrill

by Paul Strauss
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If the Screaming Meanie alarm clock had you grabbing your ears in pain, maybe this alarm will work better for you. Instead of waking you up with shrill beeps or buzzy klaxons, this new clock rouses you (or is that A-rouses you?) with gentle vibrations.

Karlsson Vibrating Alarm Clock

Just place the Karlsson vibrating alarm clock (£29.99/$59 USD) under your pillow (or wherever), and it’ll hum you awake with its vibratey good sensations. During the daytime, simply put the rechargeable clock module back in its charging dock to keep the batteries charged. No more running to the shop for more Duracells!

If you keep hitting the snooze, it’ll eventually try to wake you with an audible alarm, but this is one alarm you might not want to turn off anyway. There’s even a built-in flashlight in case you happen to lose it beneath the sheets. Buzz on over to Lazybone UK and grab one for yourself or that someone special (wink, wink, nudge, nudge).



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