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Heavy sleeper? If the Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock and Bed Shaker doesn't wake you up you probably died in your sleep. Not only does this alarm blast you with a 113 decibel alarm blast (a Power Saw is 110 dB and Pain begins at 125 dB) it also shakes your bed with a vibrating bed shaker attachment. Don't sleep through this alarm or you could wind up deaf and shaken.
The Flying Alarm Clock is quite possibly the most annoying and frustrating alarm ever created. When the alarm sounds, it launches a spinning rotor 9 feet up into the air. The alarm will not turn off until you wake up, get out of bed, fetch the lost rotor, which could have landed anywhere in the dark, and return it to the clock base. By forcing you to think about finding that missing rotor and making you stumble around the bedroom, you have a much better chance of actually staying awake.
As if ringing alarm clocks aren't annoying enough in the morning, now they can also jump right off your nightstand, onto the floor and roll around the room. The Clocky Robotic Wheeled Alarm Clock will not turn off until you actually get out of bed to find it or end up shooting it. It's probably not a good idea to leave your bedroom door open then or this thing might find its way right out of your room and you'll never wake up.
This evil alarm clock is designed to look just like a real bomb with three colored lights and three colored wires. When the preset alarm sounds, you will have to awaken and try to think quickly as the bomb randomly chooses colored lights that tells you which wires to cut in which order before it explodes with non-stop KABOOM sounds.
Rather than waking to the sounds of deafening bells, sirens and beeps, this one awakens you to the sounds of gentle birdsong, followed by a discreet cough, then the words Good morning, Sir and then finally a message from the charming, dry and proper Englishman, Stephen Fry, who reprises his role as Jeeves, a gentleman's gentleman.