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Rocket Alarm Clock
Sure to launch you out of bed!
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Sleep is a very individual thing. Some like to sleep on their side or their back or their front. Some like a soft mattress whilst others prefer a bed of nails. And when it comes to waking up, some of us spring out of bed, whilst others need, well, how shall we put this, others need a rocket up them.
Problem solved. The Rocket Alarm Clock is here to ensure that if you have to take off in the morning, it will do just that.
The launch pad doubles as mission control, where you can set the time and the alarm from the LCD display. When it’s time to get up, the red LED lights begin to flash and the countdown begins. 10 – 9 – if you wake up now you can abort the launch – 8 – 7 – 6 – you can still stop it – 5 – 4 – come on you space cadet get up – 3 – 2 – 1 – LIFT OFF! If you’ve failed to abort the mission by now, your soft-headed rocket has launched itself across the room – and the only way you’re going to stop the alarm from sounding is by getting up and retrieving it!
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to realise that the sooner you wake up the better. So if you’ve been looking for a fail-safe way to get you up in the morning (or even just a good fun gadget to give as a gift), then the “eagle has landed”.
The Rocket Alarm Clock – it’s one small step if you wake up fast or one giant leap if you don’t!
The Rocket Alarm Clock features a plastic clock base (approximately 15 x 12 x 7 cm) and a missile made from plastic & foam (approximately 18 cm long and 7 cm wide). The clock requires 4 x AAA batteries (not included) and 1 x LR44 (included).
When the alarm sounds a countdown starts and if not switched off in time the rocket will fire into the air. To turn off the alarm you will then have to retrieve and replace the rocket on its base.
Features snooze function and backlight. Clock displays time in 24 hour format only.