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Alarm Clock That Needs A Password To Stop Ringing
By Anthea Quay, 10 Jul 2012
For those who are not good at waking up, but are good at hitting the snooze button, New York-based engineer Paul Sammut has created an alarm clock that encourages sleepyheads to get out of their bed.
Called ‘Ramos Alarm Clock’, the alarm clock will only stop ringing when a code is entered.
To discourage snoozers from staying in bed, the alarm clock is linked a wireless keypad that has a range of 50-100 feet—so that it can be placed in a location far away, such as in the bathroom or kitchen.
The code could be the day’s date, or a random four-digit number that displays on the clock when a button is pushed.
Is this snooze-proof enough for you?
[via Ramos Alarm Clock]
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