March 25, 2005
Posted at March 25, 2005 3:33 PM
When I bought my current alarm clock, I thought it was the greatest because it rotated different beeping sounds to prevent you from getting used to the sound. The only problem was a quick slap of the snooze button and I was back to sleep, and I can hit snooze for hours.
When the alarm clock goes off and the snooze button is pressed, Clocky will roll off the bedside table and wheel away, bumping mindlessly into objects on the floor until it eventually finds a spot to rest. Minutes later, when the alarm sounds again, the sleeper must get up out of bed and search for Clocky. This ensures that the person is fully awake before turning it off. Small wheels that are concealed by Clocky's shag enable it to move and reposition itself, and an internal processor helps it find a new hiding spot every day.
I just want to know when they will start manufacturing and selling it.
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