There is nothing quite like having a wake-up call when you travel from someone who sounds like they have been up for hours while you struggle for coffee. Now you can take that with you for no extra charge with your own Hotel Phone Alarm Clock. Use it at home if you want the same experience. Set it up and it wakes you with:
“This is your wake up call. For another call in 30 minutes, please press 5.”
Yes, indeedy, it does have a snooze function. Pre-order for £19.99 (~$40.00) for an early May delivery.
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One truly can never have enough Spam. Its makers seems to know this and consistently provide its high quality foodstuff and enough product placement to make us positively ecstatic. This time it is the Spam Compact Travel Alarm Clock. Operating on a single watch battery (included,) the blue clock stands 2-inches tall and displays “Spam American Classic Est.1937,” should anyone forget. Pop up the time display with a simple push of a button. Available online for only $5.00 each, buy several and Spamalot.
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For those who like their clocks to do more than tell time but canâ��t handle cuckoos or annoying chimes, Chinavasion offers the Time Cube Desk Clock. Triangular sections rotate around a central line to divulge seconds, minutes, and hours. After 12 hours, it begins the process again. At a size 96 x 96 x 96 mm, it uses 1 AA battery. You can order online for a price of $11.82 and, after getting it home, spend the next two days in geometric bliss.
Always forgetting your anniversary? Counting down to your next smoke break? Whatever your next important (or unimportant) event is, here’s a fun clock to help you remember: it’s the Lifetimer clock, which actually counts down the days, minutes and seconds till the event of your choice! It even counts from memorable occasions, such as the last time you had sex (insert your own punchline here!). Buttons around the clock indicate numerous occasions, or you can plug in your own. Works as a 12 or 24-hour clock, has a back-lit LCD screen and can go up to the year 2050. Requires 3 AAA batteries and is available for $27 USD.
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