" This mobile alarm clock won't rest, or stay in one place, until you get up. "
According to Nanda Home, the creators of the Clocky alarm clock, 40% of people 'abuse' the snooze button on their alarm clock. I would be one of those people.
This little monster of an alarm clock aims to cure you of your snooze button abuse - by running away.
If you wake up and turn Clocky ($39) off in the morning, you're good to go. If you press the snooze button, Clocky will jump from your nightstand (from 3 feet) and roll around your room beeping until you physically get up, find it, and turn it off.
It may seem a little cruel, but for those with trouble getting up in the morning, this ingenious device just might do the trick.
Clocky's smaller, high-tech brother, Tocky ($69), works in the same way but can record voice messages or sounds and upload MP3s to wake you.
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How loud is Clocky?
Our Clockies have a very loud alarm clock. The reading is 83 db at 1 meter and 100 db at 85 mm.
How much space is available to record sound in Tocky?
Tocky holds 100 MB of flash memory space which translates to 6 hours of recorded sound using Tocky's built-in microphone, or roughly 2 hours of MP3s.
How long does Tocky move?
When the alarm sounds, Tocky moves around for 30 seconds and will continue sounding for 10 minutes.
Source: Digital Trends
Saturday, October 16, 2010