Best clocks according to redditors

We found 1,597 Reddit comments discussing the best clocks. We ranked the 611 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Clocks:

u/babydeathclaw · 266 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing

Seems like it'll always give a quick indication of the time down to the 1/6 of an hour since the tens digit isn't changing.

I'm fine with that trade for style.

Seems like this is a collector's item now, $55 for one online and it was actually officially licensed Tetris merch.

u/Dontreadmudamuser · 132 pointsr/Art
u/zappa325 · 53 pointsr/gifs
u/Blastercorps · 52 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

One of these. Slowly amps up the light until you realize you're awake. As opposed to "EH EH EH EH EH" and cursing the world. There are cheaper ones from other companies, different models that do bird sounds too, etc.

u/Spaceguy5 · 42 pointsr/CrazyIdeas

My favorite alarm clock design is one that, if you wait too long to hit snooze, launches a disk into the air, and the only way to turn the alarm off is to re-insert the disk.

Although it has really shitty reviews, lol

And then there's this one that jumps off your nightstand and rolls around the room until you catch it and turn it off o.-;

u/mattr254 · 40 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

Pretty neat but it's over 90 bucks here

u/Snotbob · 37 pointsr/androidapps

Sounds like a lot of goddamn control over my phone being given to an alarm clock. That permission list is full of a whole mess of things I don't generally feel comfortable existing inside a solitary app, especially one that's meant to serve such a simple purpose.

You want an obnoxious but effective alarm clock that doesn't require a crazy amount of control over your phone? Try something like Clocky. That wandering asshole does a great job of prying you out of bed & pissing you off early in the morning.

Maybe I'm just being paranoid, but I could never bring myself to trust an app like this.

u/cypressgreen · 32 pointsr/LifeProTips

We just bought my husband's nephew a flying alarm clock. boy, are they going to hate us!

u/DishsoapOnASponge · 22 pointsr/GradSchool

I've forced myself to become a morning person during my last semester (the first of my PhD) for the same reasons you mentioned. I made small changes that didn't make it easy, but made it tolerable.

For one, I got a light alarm clock. This one goes on sale regularly, wait and you can get it for $40. It starts filling the room with light for 30 minutes before the back-up sound alarm goes off (which you cannot adjust on this model, but it starts quietly and gets louder). Light usually does not wake me up or keep me awake, but this thing makes your room brighter than the goddamn sun. I find that I wake up easier, probably because something something circadian rhythms sunrise something something.

Once I drag my ass out of bed, I also turn on a light therapy lamp on my desk while I eat breakfast and browse Reddit. This also makes it easier to move around in the morning, and helps with seasonal depression as well.

I'll be honest here, some of these things might be the placebo effect (which of course is still an effect, so I don't really care). My advice is to try various forms of light therapy, but to get things with a money-back guarantee and give it a few weeks to see how things are going. :)

A few weeks into doing this stuff and waking up early, I even started going to the gym in the morning (even though I hate gyms, and mornings) and I've found that it a) wakes me up, and b) makes me feel like one of those obnoxiously productive people who go to the gym in the mornings.

Edit: Still have to figure out how to drag my butt out of bed on a good time on weekends though. It seems like I either wake up at 5am or 11am. Still working on this :)

u/ado010 · 20 pointsr/getdisciplined

Here is what I found while procrastinating (still working on it). If, instead, you're a broke motherfucker like me, there are alarm apps for Android that slowly raise the alarm volume over X period of time so it doesn't jolt you awake. Mine begins barely noticeable, and eventually will start vibrating if I ignore the alarm for 10 or so minutes.

Bonus too, if you sleep by yourself, some of these apps can track your sleep movement, and wake you up at the right time based on if you're in REM sleep or not.

u/Admiral_Allah_Akbar · 17 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing

For about $90 USD, it can be yours! Honestly, it is pretty cool.


u/1-more · 17 pointsr/Fitness

Lifting weekdays: alarm at 5, caffeine pill, whizz, back to bed until 5:30 alarm (Philips light alarm clock gradually lights up from like 5 to 5:30, at 5:28 "Teenage Dirtbag" plays from my computer requiring a password to stop.)

Gym clothes already laid out on top of work shoes. Put thems on. Grab studiously packed bag (containing running shoes, lifting shoes, work clothes, lifting belt, watch, cash, ). Walk 5 minutes to gym eating a 'nanner. Change into running shoes. Foam roll, static stretch, dynamic stretch, change into lifting shoes and grab belt, Weaklifts. Finish and change back into work shoes. Stop at a deli and get all the breakfast that fits into a foil container (that's like a pound of food: mostly eggs, some taters, two sausage patties, a few strips of bacon, all the Sriracha) for $4.50. Subway to work. Shower at work (we have a shower and locker room) and change into work clothes. At my desk by about 9:15.

u/BillKuhnel · 16 pointsr/BuyItForLife
u/arthurardvark1 · 16 pointsr/funny

I not really sure. My aunt it it for her off amazon.
Edit- found it

u/Aaronf989 · 16 pointsr/pics

There is someone who posted another link for these, but they are still 350+. I think that is ridiculous. It shouldnt cost that much for a clock
Edit: 65 dollars

u/FlipStik · 15 pointsr/pics
u/DonMcCauley · 15 pointsr/LifeProTips

Philips Wake-up Light with Sunrise Simulation alarm clock, White HF3500/60

This is the one I have, searching "light alarm clock" on amazon will give you cheaper options that probably work just as well.

u/Xiphos462 · 14 pointsr/TheRedPill

I like to go to work early because I get out early and can get to the gym, shop for groceries before the crowds. I found the difference between waking for work and on the weekends only varied by an hour. Yet i was tired and wanted to snooze for work. On weekends I woke naturally and was never tired. I realized that I was waking up naturally to the sunlight.

So i bought this alarm clock that simulates natural light and since I've gotten it no more waking for work tired, no snoozing. Coffee not necessary to stay awake on the job.

u/PantheraPardus · 13 pointsr/GetMotivated

This is my alarm clock. It's an alarm clock on wheels, allows you to snooze once, and then actually will roll off your bed stand and wheel away. It is the world's most obnoxious way to wake up, the sound is deafening and terrifying. But, it's effective. This little fucker will hide under my bed wailing away with its beeping noises for 15 minutes until I get up and get a broom to get him out. I hate him... but it works.

u/nefariousmango · 13 pointsr/Parenting

We got our toddler a clock that glows yellow at bedtime and turns green when it's okay to get out of bed (you set the times). In a couple days she had it figured out and she stays in her bed until 7am, when the clock turns green. It might be worth a try!

u/diversionmary · 13 pointsr/funny
u/sennotar · 12 pointsr/blogsnark

Product Reviews, Winter Edition:

  • Phillips Wake-Up Light. Actual game-changer. I am a morning person, but when the dark-until-7:30am mornings drag on, I struggle. This has really changed how my wakeups feel.

  • Uniqlo Jeans. Stretchy, supportive fabric. Normal human person washes. 33 inch inseam! $60 in Canada, which is about as much as I feel like spending on jeans that my beleaguered thighs will just burn through in a few months.

  • Figuring out my skin routine which, for me, looks like this: CeraVe cleanser, Paula's Choice AHA/BHA exfoliant, The Ordinary HA+B5, Paula's Choice Ultralight SPF Hydrating fluid. My giant pores are less obvious and my skin looks radiant and healthy. I also drink a shit-ton of water which probably helps?
u/LanceLowercut · 12 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I get up at 5:30am everyday and this is the key. The way to make getting up easiest is go to bed early (obviously), im usually in bed by 10 at the very latest. Some people try to find a shortcut perse but an early bedtime is really the only option. Another thing I have found is do not snooze. If you get in the habit of snoozing it just snowballs to more snoozing and you'll be even more tired. 10 minutes of you laying there isnt going to make it any easier, and if you do fall asleep getting up will be even harder the second time.

I do have a little more trouble getting up in the winter mainly because I wake up in the dark so I bought a sun light alarm clock which brightens up the room gradually before the alarm.

u/bebeschtroumph · 11 pointsr/running

You could get the alarm clock that runs away from you.

u/mozza90 · 10 pointsr/Fitness

This might help you:

Slowly lights up to wake you like the sun would. so your body comes out of deep sleep more naturally rather than suddenly.

Or you could try one of the alarms which is like a helicopter and fires off around the room?

For the workout, I drink NO Xplode on the way to the gym to get me mentally awake and focused for the workout

u/TrialAndAaron · 10 pointsr/DesignPorn

You don't have to stand close enough to see the links. The numbers are the visual marker! This isn't meant to give a perfect to the minute time. Just like those word clocks aren't meant to be. No one would say "Oh that would be better if it had every possible time on it" because that's not the point of it. This clock gives you a rough time frame and is more or less a piece of functional art. No one should be using this to give you the ability to tell time within 10 minutes.

u/SwampRabbit · 9 pointsr/Parenting

We gave my son one when he was about 2.5 years old. We used this one, and it worked very well for him. If we heard him get out of bed early in the morning, we could just yell (from our bed) "Is it green time?" and he would jump back in the bed. He also enjoyed the night light and silly-face features. Around 4 years old we introduced the wake-up alarm as part of teaching him to get himself ready. He figured out the snooze button all by himself. :)

He's 5.5 now, and we recently switched him to this wake-up clock that shows the digital time and an analog clock face together to help him learn to tell time.

Neither are cheap, but they work well and will last a long time. We passed the first one along to a nephew and expect it will be passed around to a few more kids before it's done.

u/RhinestoneTaco · 9 pointsr/ChapoTrapHouse

I could never get up early very well until about three years ago, when my dad had to retire for health reasons and gave me this alarm clock he used.

It's one of those ones that glows brighter and brighter leading up to the alarm going off. In the last three years, the alarm itself has woken me up maaaybe five times. The light is always what woke me up, which is a nice gentle way of getting up.

I know it sounds like essential-oils voodoo bullshit, but I swear this clock rewired my brain into a morning person. I essentially only use the clock as a backup now, I set it for 6:30 a.m. but my brain is up about 6 a.m. anyway.

u/HarleyQ · 8 pointsr/breakingmom

Get him a rolling alarm clock if he’s waking up and turning alarms off this one rolls away so he has to get out of bed to turn it off.

u/brijjen · 7 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

This alarm jumps off your table and rolls away, so the only way to turn it off is to chase it around and catch it. :)

u/procrastimom · 7 pointsr/Documentaries

During a beach vacation, where my bedroom faced the sunrise, I was amazed that my body would just be "done" with sleep, when the morning rays came into my room. I decided to try one of those sunrise alarm clocks, because in theory they sounded perfect. I absolutely hated it! I had the strangest primitive level of resentment for the goddamn thing. Apparently, we just can't replicate the real thing, just yet. I guess the answer for me is to move to the shore, and quit working... Then I can be a "morning person"!

u/Habitrail · 7 pointsr/ADHD


u/TRexCantDab · 7 pointsr/SeattleWA

Might I suggest getting a wake up light?

I bought one a couple of years ago because I got blackout blinds for my bedroom for the summer months, which lead to a VERY dark room in the winter mornings.

A wake up light honestly changed how I feel about mornings now. I used to absolutely dread waking up because it took my forever to get energized for the day. Now it's actually kind of nice to wake up to a simulated sunrise.

u/Ozmorty · 7 pointsr/melbourne

We have one of these suckers:

The whole gradually getting brighter until its a seething ball of light-fuelled hate glaring balefully through your eyelids to the back of your skull, is genuinely a brilliant thing for getting you out of bed before the screeching of a thousand vengeful harpies screams like a medical klaxon if you are still hiding in bed after 30 minutes.
(And we just use a small plug adapter as the transformer supports 100-240v)

u/frrmack · 7 pointsr/pics

Here is an inexpensive imitation on amazon (the much higher quality original is $350 - $1000 depending on size, this is $60 for 8"x8")

u/fiercebaldguy · 6 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

Okay, so I am pretty sure you are just me writing from the past, because I have had the exact same problem... BUT luckily for you, I have determined a series of solutions!

  • First, go to bed on time. It doesn't seem like it would make that much of a difference, but it really does. (You might want to try the website for determining the exact time to wake up/fall asleep. I haven't seen astounding differences like some will tout, but I do notice some kind of difference.)

  • Secondly, there are a couple alarm clocks I could recommend:

    1.) The Alarmy app
    is one that requires you to get up and take a picture of something in your house/apartment in order to disable the alarm. It is super helpful to me but it does have the tendency to be a bit buggy sometimes (and not got off), so be forewarned...

    2.) I have a Clocky alarm as well and it is also pretty effective. It is one of those alarms that rolls off your nightstand and hides. And it certainly does make the most God-awful, absolutely un-ignorable sound in the world, so there's no danger of sleeping through that.

    So that's my collection of knowledge at the moment. Hopefully it helps!

u/OrganizedSprinkles · 6 pointsr/moderatelygranolamoms

Mirari Teach Me Time! Talking Alarm Clock & Night-Light

We did some midday practice runs and when the light turned on he jumped in our bed. Read the directions and practice making it work before you present it to the child. We just use the yellow light as the okay to wake. Oh we also opened it up and disabled the night light lights, because we didn't want to be confuse for the airport. Check the pictures, people posted pictures with easy directions on how.

u/koriolisah · 6 pointsr/medicalschool
3 monitors running on 2 computers + ipad

iMac late 2013 27" with numerous upgrades connected to a 27" Apple Thunderbolt display

2012 MacbookPro -- replaced the RAM to 16gb and pulled out the old HDD for a SSD. This machine is mostly running windows at the moment (OneNote, Excel, Stats programs) although the far right monitor in the pic has since been replaced with a 25" LG 25UM56-P monitor.

Noteworthy peripherals:

  1. X-keys 24 (For macros, skipping around through lectures, etc)
  2. Griffin PowerMate JogWheel (for scrubbing through video at high speed with fine control)

  3. Sony UDA-1 DAC with Sony SS-HA1 speakers

  4. WASD Mechanical MX Cherry Keyboard

  5. Mouse in image has been replaced w/ Logitech MX Master. I use Synergy to share keyboards and mice between different computers on the network, even running a different OS.

  6. Oppo PM3 planar magnetic headphones

  7. iPad case is the ClamCase Pro for iPad Air 2. I've tried numerous cases and this blows all the competition away, in my opinion.

  8. Not pictured: QNAP TS-451 NAS, Netgear R8000 Nighthawk router, OWC ThunderBay RAID System, 2x CyberPower Uninterruptible power supply systems, a Macbook Air, Wacom tablet for drawing studyguides in photoshop, staedtler triplus fineliner pens for hand making study guides (these pens are worth their weight in gold, buy them and see for your self), Antec bias lighting, Brother color laser printer, Brother document scanner, gunnar glasses for working late at night (I despise f.lux)

    Other stuff

    Chair: (very comfortable, highly adjustable, I recommend)

    Desk: Ikea. Looking to replace this one day soon.

    Monitor mounts:

  9. iMac stand mounted using this desk mount and this adapter.

  10. The thunderbolt monitor is mounted using this wall mount here and this VESA adapter [here.] (

  11. Third monitor mounted using this mount


  12. I definitely cannot live without my nespresso machine -- or my coldbrew coffee system.

  13. Amazon was having a gold box deal on [this alarm clock] ( and I can honestly say it has changed my life. I wake up with more energy and feel like it lasts all day long.

  14. Roomba. Especially if you have wall to wall carpets and a furry pet. I have a long haired cat so I got a used 600 series off of eBay. It has re-added maybe an hour or 90 mins of 'vacuum time' back to my week.

  15. BlueApron meals. Saves time, you eat well, doesn't cost the earth. Yep.

    Just ask if you have any questions!

    Edited to include the other VESA adapter and misc section
u/Keyrole · 6 pointsr/productivity

Yeah basically what u/gormand0 linked

I have a bit cheaper version because I’m broke and wasn’t sure if this would work for me. Turns out even this version helped me out a lot.

u/m1asma · 5 pointsr/GetMotivated

Well first off, there's this
Secondly, there's this
Third, and my personal favorite is this

u/greymutt · 5 pointsr/askgaybros

I used to have a sunrise alarm clock. It generates an artificial sunrise which kicks in gradually before you need to wake up. By the time I'd set it for I'd have woken up naturally thanks to all the light - but there's a backup buzzer alarm too. It's a far gentler way to start the day.

This sort of thing. I broke mine some years ago, but it did give me good service. It was more expensive than a regular alarm clock, but for me it was really worth it. I was very much a victim of the snooze button too but found that the gradual brightening of the room was a great solution for my lengthy wake-up process.

u/jysalia · 5 pointsr/Parenting

Since our apartment was so small, we kept our daughter's toddler bed in the same room with us, and we just had to remind her that she needed to stay in bed. Also, we found a color changing alarm clock that was a huge help. It gave our daughter something concrete to focus on - "When the clock is yellow, it is time to sleep; when it turns green, then you can wake up and get Mommy and Daddy." When she forgot early on, we had something specific we could point to to establish the rules; she now sleeps in her own room and stays quiet until the clock turns green (except for nights with bad dreams or illness, of course).

Also, you know your kid. Authors of various articles are writing based on their experiences with their kids, who are different from your kid. Always take their (and my) advice with a grain of salt. You can always try something, and if it doesn't work, change. There is no one way to parent. Children are people, too, with their own personalities and quirks that you will need to work. Establish the goals that are most important to you, and work with your child to figure out how to accomplish it. Changing your mind, or even compromising with your child, does not mean you failed as a parent.

Good luck to you.

u/Hunji · 5 pointsr/pics

Got this clock as a Christmas gift (Amazon link).

u/NO_TOUCHING__lol · 5 pointsr/funny

Want to know what works?

Get this alarm clock. I guaran-fucking-tee you will not be asleep when this thing goes off.

u/waquasy · 5 pointsr/ProductPorn

Yeah, thats what I thought too. It is expensive. Till I see the price I'm like.. Well, this is something I want.

Edit: Here is a $50 one. Not sure there is any difference though.

u/MajikPwnE · 5 pointsr/nursing

Not really what you're asking, but I do use a light alarm clock to help wake up. I find it hella useful to get my ass out of bed when it's pitch black. I use the Philips Wake-Up Light and my room gets so ridiculously bright.

u/LikeADrearyImmortal · 5 pointsr/Narcolepsy

I've started using a light alarm clock and I find it really helps. The light gradually turns on starting 30 min before the alarm is set for, then when it goes off it's at full brightness. I find I wake up a bit with the light and it gives me time to work myself into fully waking up when the alarm sounds.

Philips HF3500/60 Wake-Up Light

u/Karebare665 · 5 pointsr/blogsnark

Have you considered getting a Phillip's sunrise simulator alarm? It gradually becomes brighter for 30 minutes before your alarm goes off so you wake up naturally. It also has a regular alarm that goes off too. I have the basic model but there are fancier ones you can get.

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

u/Jerks_took_my_name · 5 pointsr/Fitness

Get a light alarm. I have this one and it's fucking amazing, especially since the sun doesn't rise until around 9 am right now.

(PS: I don't know why it's so expensive. My fiancee bought ours and I didn't ask the price but I refuse to believe she spent $700 on it)

EDIT: Asked the future-wife. She bought for around $70. We're guessing maybe it's discontinued or something, there are newer models for $130 like this one or $50 for this one.

u/alittlegnome · 5 pointsr/Advice

Try the Screaming Meanie. Truck drivers use it to wake up because their sleep schedules and pretty much everything about truck driving makes it both very difficult and very important to wake up. It has the added bonus of being portable.

There's also the Sonic Boom Bedshaker Alarm Clock, which is made my a manufacturer of alarm clocks for deaf people. It wakes you up by vibrating your bed and, optionally, beeping really loudly (not as horrible as the meanie though, and more precise volume adjustments.) I have one of these and it works great!

I've also seen the SmartShaker, which is a Bedshaker that connects to your phone via Bluetooth. Personally haven't tried it and I doubt that something that runs on batteries could shake me awake, however, but it could be worth a try.

If you have trouble with going back to bed after waking up to an alarm or turning off alarms in your sleep, I recommend getting an app that requires you to take pictures or scan barcodes. If you need the phone's ringer to be louder for the alarm, try hooking it up to a speaker.

You might also consider getting an old fashioned [Analogue Alarm Clock]( Those fuckers are loud and percussive and and don't have a snooze button. There's nothing like actual metal clanging together to wake you up in the morning.

If you have some money to spend, maybe a Sunlight simulation alarm would work for you. It simulates the gradual rising of the sun, but at whatever time you need the sun to rise and without having to leave your blinds open at night, with street lights bothering you and such.

Finally, I've found that the very best way for me to wake up is for my husband (or anybody really) to bring me a cup of tea. He can get still-mostly-asleep me to sit up and take the tea, and then I have to wake most of the way up to avoid spilling hot liquid all over myself, and then I fully wake up as I drink it. Obviously, this one is dependent on living with another person and having morning schedules that work together, which may not work for you.

Anyways, as a fellow heavy sleeper, I give you all I know about not sleeping through being a functioning member of society. :)

u/jbBU · 5 pointsr/medicalschool

If you're not already, try and keep good sleep hygiene.
I also use one of these illuminating alarm clocks and it has helped me improve wakefulness.
The last thing I'll say is that I wouldn't assume working EM doesn't necessitate switching sleep cycles (except in residency which is probably the case with most residencies). If you're willing to go out of major metros, you can probably get good terms on your contract and work how you want to work.

u/A_ARon_M · 5 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

Been eyeing that clock for some time. How do you like it? $200 is pretty steep for a clock but still....

[link for those wondering](LaMetric Time Wi-Fi Clock for Smart Home

u/Dancin9Donuts · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

Set your alarm/phone to full volume and set it all across your room on the other side (or at least a good distance away) so you can still hear it but you have to get up to turn it off.

If that doesn't work, you could go for one of these things:

u/luvdisneyland · 4 pointsr/Parenting

We have used the Teach Me Time clock for about 3 years, and it works really well for my twins.

u/orchd84 · 4 pointsr/Parenting

We LOVE the [OK to Wake stuffed owl.] ( It is $25 and let's you set a wakeup time. At that time it glows green and plays a soft music. If your little one wakes early they can squeeze the belly and it tells them if it is time to wake up, and if not it tells them to go back to sleep and you can set it to play a certain amount of time of lullaby music.

My 4 year old loves it.

u/AwkwardBurritoChick · 4 pointsr/jobs

There is no way for any of us to predict what will happen in the meeting or know what company policy is. You may get a warning; you may be let go.

However, as someone who does frequent road trips, your phone dying could have been prevented by having a charger in your car or plugging it in once home. Another suggestion is to invest in an old fashioned bell alarm clock.

u/LevelReward · 4 pointsr/HelpMeFind

The Philips 3510 (and 3520) do that.

"Relax and drift off to sleep with dimming sunset with 20 brightness settings. "

You basically want the ones with the sunset / dusk simulation

u/sienihemmo · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

Finland gets very little sunlight in the winter, so bright therapy lamps are popular here. You could try those.

Here's a quick example of such a lamp:

There are also alarm clock models if you want it to turn on as you're waking up, here's an example:

u/Sirikia · 4 pointsr/Showerthoughts

It exists, and not only does it exist, it also uses gradually increasing light as well as sound to wake you up.

Edit: It's down to 53 bucks on amazon

u/amirman · 3 pointsr/

alarms in another room. alarms that move. puzzle alarm clocks. or a really loud vibrating alarm clock

u/____o_0 · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

Clocky. It has wheels. When the alarm goes off, it sounds like a bunch of random beeping.

If you hit the snooze button, the next time it goes off, it will not only make a bunch of noise, but roll off your nightstand and go all over the room room until it gets stuck somewhere, still making noise.

u/DrParapraxis · 3 pointsr/Professors

"The syllabus doesn't allow for makeups for that reason. I have to follow that rule because it's department policy. Moreover, this has been a long term problem and we already had a discussion where I told you that missing class would affect your grade." Optional: Suggest this.

u/gengengis · 3 pointsr/AskReddit
u/mickeymouse4348 · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

i need a link.

edit: yall are too slow, i found it

aaaaaand now i cant afford groceries.. thanks reddit

u/Emperor_Joker · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Amazon Link for the lazy

u/Homelessonce · 3 pointsr/USPS

I gave this to a retiring postmaster in 2017


Day of Week clock

u/deadbunny · 3 pointsr/Paleo

I work nights so have something similar to this, I use one of these, I used to have real trouble getting up in the 'morning', 5 alarms set which I would sleep through at least once a week, but with this by the time my alarm goes (if I don't wake up naturally) I'm much more awake and responsive, I've never been a morning person but this has helped immensely.

u/patchmau5 · 3 pointsr/HelpMeFind

Like this?

Lumie Bodyclock Starter 30 Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise and Sunset Features

u/ozyman · 3 pointsr/Mommit

I don't know if this will help, but there are various clocks you can buy that have a visual 'alarm'. For example we have this one:

You set the 'green alarm' time, and at that time the clock turns green. Then you explain to your kid that they don't leave their room until it is green. At least that is the theory. Our daughter is almost 2, and while she recognizes the green, and talks about it a bit, she doesn't wait for it before getting up.

There are also clocks that have a bunny that walks, etc. same concept. Reviews on amazon seem positive, so I think maybe our daughter is a bit young to have this self control.

Other than that, a baby gate, or child lock on the door combined with using a monitor. If our daughter gets up too early, she cries for us, we come get her, tell her it is too early to be up, and to go back to bed. Then we put her back in the bed and go back to sleep (same ritual as at night when she doesn't want to stay in bed at bed time). The first time we had to do this 6+ times in one night, the next night just a couple times.

u/jet_heller · 3 pointsr/Parenting

We got our kid one of these:

He didn't wake up in the middle of the night, but he did wake up early. Got him that. Taught him that he can't get up till the light turns green. He learned pretty quickly and just stayed quietly in bed and played till the time came.

u/rah1974 · 3 pointsr/autism

Be consistent. The tantrums come or get worse when one person does something differently or inconsistently. For example, my autistic niece would have tantrums to get out of having to put on her shoes. The tantrums would get worse when someone would just put them on for her to get her to stop. Then she learned that having a tantrum would allow her to escape the task. So when the next person tried to get her to put on her shoes, she would escalate the level of tantrum until it worked again. There were many tantrums and they got worse before they stopped (it's called an extinction burst), but once we were all on the same page they did stop.

The troubles with sleep are a common issue and there are lots of different techniques because every child is different. You have to be part scientist part detective. First off have his parents go into his room and lay his bed in the same conditions he has at night. Are the walls a weird color at night, is there a strange sound or light coming from somewhere or is the air/heat really loud or blows directly on him when it turns on? It's amazing what can keep a child with autism up at night.

For my niece we have a set bedtime schedule, melatonin (check with pediatrician before use) and this amazing owl that tells her when it's okay to get up. So far it's working.

u/Meat_Confetti · 3 pointsr/Parenting

He's got to cry it out. It's the endgame for all sleep issues with little kids, it's simply a matter of how much guilt and torture the parents want to heap on themselves before they reach that point.

My son and daughter were both like your son, they started out as a awesome sleepers and it all fell apart at about this age. This is rough time for kids, but it's temporary.

EDIT: We introduced this when my son was about 18 months old and it really helped him stay quiet in the early morning hours. The owl tells them "go back to sleep" or turns green and says "It's okay to wake!" after a time that you set.

u/speedmonkey14 · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

There's an alarm clock that jumps off your side table and runs around the room until you catch it. Here's a link!

u/tehyosh · 3 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

there you go.

I have a similar one and i can hear it from the other room when it rings and it still wakes me up. the only downside is the ticking (being an analog clock) that might become annoying when you try to go to sleep. the snooze button on this is the thing that blocks the alarm bell, but you have to fiddle with it a bit to make it stop, not just push a button.

u/Tortured-_-soul · 3 pointsr/HumansBeingBros

Oh I see, it's just the digital clocks. I thought you had 24 hour analog clocks.

u/CrazyCrackers14 · 3 pointsr/Tetris

I'm going to need to know where to buy this.

Edit: Found it

u/sunlighttt · 3 pointsr/medicalschool

It's $39.99 only after you clip the $10 coupon - link

u/sourboysam · 3 pointsr/Atlanta

There is a cheaper version if you don't want to spend $100 on an alarm clock:

u/AREYOUFUCKINGCEREAL · 3 pointsr/funny

Buy an alarm clock. They are super cheap. Plug in across the room from you or in an attached bathroom. Cue obnoxious old school alarm sounds and having to get up to turn it off.

They also make "dawn simulator" alarm clocks that are on my wish list.

u/colourscaptivating · 3 pointsr/DSPD

There's a cheaper version with fewer extra options. It just has a light of one color that slowly increases over time. I don't have DSPD but my partner does, and it helps us both wake up.

u/unmisunderestimated · 3 pointsr/AskMen

Not OP but I use this one.

I also find that making it warmer in your bedroom when it's time to wake up helps.

u/pbandjellyfish · 3 pointsr/Anxiety

There are clocks that ease into the annoying beeping.. I have one, doubt remember what it's called, but it slowly lights up before the alarm goes off, to create the illusion of sunrise. And then the beeping starts quietly and progressively gets louder. I think my boyfriend got it from amazon. And I know it's made by Philips.

EDIT: found the clock!

u/Dobler97 · 3 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I’m just lazy

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/battlestations
u/Charlielx · 3 pointsr/MonsterHunter
u/Impul5e122 · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

This clock runs away from you...

Clocky Alarm Clock on Wheels, White

I would also buy some Hue lightbulbs and simulate a sunrise.

u/Kittenmittens03 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I recommend getting one of these annoying little bastards. It has helped me tremendously.

u/Googunk · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Or try this and you can start every day by haplessly pursuing a shrieking robot around your home.

u/belladonnadiorama · 2 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

May I suggest this to fix your alarm issue.

u/shimdim · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

My bff had one of these alarm clocks growing up. It runs around the floor and you have to catch it to turn it off.

u/doggie015 · 2 pointsr/australia

Have you tried getting one of those alarm clocks that runs around the room?

u/Penguidos · 2 pointsr/ynab

That's what I meant, yes. The idea behind a commitment device is that you are actually two selves, the planner and the doer. The planner may have high hopes, but the doer's the one who has to execute the plan. The problem is that the planner has no good way to enforce the plans, s/he just hopes that the doer will execute because there is a plan. (Seinfeld actually had a great description of this!)

Enter the commitment device. It's the way that the planner ensures his plan is followed through on. The commitment device removes options from the doer so that the doer is much more likely to execute the plan. If you put the groceries budget on a prepaid card that can't be spent anywhere else, you ensure that it can't be flexed out. That is, the planner knows that the doer will be tempted to flex the grocery budget to use for lunches. So the planner sets up a situation where the doer can't flex it. One fun example is Clocky, the clock that runs away from you when it goes off. The planner sets the alarm, and when it goes off, the doer has 3 choices: let the alarm ring, get up, or hit the snooze button. Knowing that the doer will be tempted to hit the snooze button, the planner removes the snooze option by purchasing Clocky. Now the doer must choose between getting up or letting the alarm clock ring while driving around the bedroom. (In the past, I solved this a slightly different way. I had a thing of caffeinated water next to my bed, and I'd drink that, then hit the snooze button. I normally didn't get to hear the second alarm because either the caffeine woke me up or nature calling would.)

u/zeptimius · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/sPOTOmatic · 2 pointsr/CrazyIdeas

There is a snooze button, but if you press it, the alarm continues and it takes off.

u/andrealisaw · 2 pointsr/insomnia

Have you seen this ? It’s crazy but it works!
Clocky, the Original Runaway Alarm Clock on Wheels: Get Out of Bed and Wake Up on Time with Programmable Snooze | Jumps Off Night Stand and Rolls Away (Extra Loud for Heavy Sleepers), Aqua

u/schiddy · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

This rolling alarm clock helped me for a while.

u/lipp79 · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes
u/PlinytheElderWand · 2 pointsr/gadgets

I got one of these for free. Bastard rolled under my bed once.

u/classicicedtea · 2 pointsr/Advice
u/panhead · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Get one of these. Maybe actually having to focus on finding the alarm clock to cut it off will help wake you up. I just got one, and haven't had a chance to use it yet.

u/davidrools · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Clocky is pretty popular, too.

u/Kvothe24 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

This is a similar option. Evil genius at it's best.

u/EducatedRetard · 2 pointsr/funny

I got an alarm clock for Christmas that when it goes off it launches it a little plastic helicopter blade into the air, and the only way to silence the alarm is to get up and find it and replace it. It is truly horrible.

Edit: Here it is

u/crspphoto · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I don't own one of these, but I've read they can be pretty obnoxious. Goes along the same lines as the one that drives away from you, but you can't turn this one off until you dock the copter part of it back on the base.

u/Viper9087 · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

This is the shit i say when i look at my phone.

Where can I buy this clock?
It's perfect for my schedule

Edit: Found it! It will be here, uhh.. Tuesday. Right on time!

u/Churrasquito · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Is it this one here?

DayClocks Classic Day Clock - Day of the Week Clock - Fun Retirement Gift - Mahogany Wall Clock

u/pfeper · 2 pointsr/HelpMeFind

Here's an alternative idea: a "training clock" typically used for kids. You set a timer on it that changes the color of the clock when it is okay to wake.

Here is one example.

You could set it so that it is yellow from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM and then green from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM. That way your mom would just have to look at the color.

u/MaleficentJones · 2 pointsr/Parenting

My daughter will wake up early to potty. We invested in this:

It really helps after she wakes to go potty.

u/beebeebaby · 2 pointsr/Parenting

You could try this owl thing we have. It turns green when it's "OK to wake." She might be a bit too young, but it's worth a try!

u/lasttrumpet · 2 pointsr/Parenting

We've had one of these since our son was younger than 2 - similar to the clock idea, but stays in his bed (was in his crib) and helps him go to sleep as well.

u/forkfeet · 2 pointsr/tipofmytongue

Maybe not a dog? I've seen ads for this OK To Wake owl. It could maybe look a little doggish to a child. It plays different music and the face glows yellow at night and green when it's ok to wake up.

u/spangemonkee · 2 pointsr/Narcolepsy

Clocky is the little bastard that wakes me up.

u/snark_attack22 · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

If you want to get drastic, there's that alarm clock on wheels that up and hides from you if you hit snooze.

u/InTooDeepButICanSwim · 2 pointsr/IWantToLearn

If you have an old phone, put it on the other side of the room from your bed, and download a puzzle alarm clock app. It will stimulate your brain enough to have to shut it off that you'll be awake.

Or, get one of those alarm clocks that run around the room.

u/unstoppabru · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Dragon ear cuff! It feels so Game of Thrones-y


Solar Dancing Sunflower! Saw this in someone's car and almost flipped my shit!


Melting Clock! Surreal!

Any of these would be amazing. I couldn't just pick one cause they're all so cool. If you decide to gift me, any one of these would be nice to have.

u/doomddo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This! thank you for the contest.

u/Butch_Glitterface · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

How about a melting clock or these purple dragon carrot seeds? is that unique enough. jetsons

u/RESOLlabs · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

How fun! Let me see...

  • $0-5 - Flux Capacitor sticker. Because everyone loves Back to the Future as much as me, right?

  • $5- 10 - This neat-o melting clock.

  • $10- 20 - This right here is where it is at. I was just going to post this but then noticed we do all four categories. Anyway, this is an awesome, fun, easy and safe marbling kit
    to create some really awesome pieces of art. Great for homemade cards or just a fun project, and it is also great for (almost) all ages!

  • $20- 50 - The Molecular Gastronomy Kit. If you are either a decent cook, or just beginning, this is an awesome way to experiment with food, and make your friends think you are some sort of subsistence wizard.
u/Sparkles_And_Spice · 2 pointsr/PolishGauntlet

I really like southwestern style like this. I think these are pretty cute too. Nice and simple looking.

Worst house we've lived in is this one. The people that lived here before left tape along every border in the house and then painted on top of the tape, who even does that? They also messed up tiling the kitchen and the bathroom floors. They didn't patch most of the holes in the walls and what they did patch, they never smoothed down.

My favourite cephalopod

So delicious!

This is kind of cool.

Thanks for the chance! Really red, escapades, pound cake, click it or ticket, jewel, who's she red, after sex, fifth avenue, jam n' jelly, cocktail hour, watermelon, china doll

Edit: Sorry, guess someone already took the cherry limeade(best drink ever) so I'll leave this one instead lol.

u/book_worm526 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Sonya, Your Momma wouldn't tell you this but... question everything. If you don't understand, then ask. Don't ever be afraid of looking silly, because the people that really matter won't think so. Questions lead to knowledge and knowledge helps you grow.

She should have her own clock, so she can tell if it's still to early on Saturday to wake up mommy ;)

u/Divergent99 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy Birthday!

I think you'd love this!

I hope you have an amazing day!

u/SereneWisdom · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy Halloween!

This Hello Kitty alarm clock is totes adorable, I think. :)

u/pathrov · 2 pointsr/india

I gifted each of my cousins who are preparing for board exams an alarm clock. The sound of the alarm can wake you up from death. My cousins are probably waking up everyday cursing the moment I decided to buy it.

Other gifts include t-shirts, books, Wall clocks, Timex wrist watches, pedometer and lot of toys for the kids.

u/Ton-To · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

I think you can get an alarm clock like
this one

You can place it somewhere far from your bed. It has such an annoying sound that will get you out of bed. Also it has no snoozing :)

Also, i found it very helpful to drink some water as first thing to do after getting out of bed.

Hope these work.

u/fyeah · 2 pointsr/gadgets

Another great solution to a non-existant problem!

I think it's fair to say that nobody calls in the middle of the night unless it's a drunk dial, booty call, or emergency. Every one of which is an emergency as far as I'm concerned.

As for texting, you can exclusively mute texting automatically with various 'quiet hours' apps.

There are already hardware speakers, there are already apps that do these things.

Edit: check out this sick alarm clock app!

u/StudntDrivr · 2 pointsr/nursing

I'm an incredibly heavy sleeper, and if I'm tired, I'll turn my alarms off after they go off and go back to sleep with no recollection of doing it. I actually missed an A&P 2 test once because of that, and you're right, it makes you look incredibly unprofessional to oversleep (not to mention nobody gives you ANY sympathy for it).

Get yourself something like this, and you'll never need a back-up alarm. I was surprised at how cheap and LOUD they were. Seriously, they'll wake the rest of the house up. Now, the only time I ever oversleep is when I put it too close to the bed and my asshole sleepy-self turns it off.

u/monkeybum1337 · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

I bought an annoying alarm clock that has the bells on top, like this. I placed it on the other side of the room. I set it to the exact time I need to get up so I don't get tempted to lay down again. Also, I make sure not to lay down again!!

u/samuraistalin · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

Go old school. Twin bell alarm clocks are cheap as hell, will ring until you physically turn it off, and Hay-zoose christo are they loud. Here's mine.

u/Parkourgi22 · 2 pointsr/Damnthatsinteresting
u/pjct · 2 pointsr/pebble

Apparently it plays the theme song for the alarm as well. Think Geek. Amazon.

u/Fivestar_fox · 2 pointsr/Gifts

If he's working too hard (which it sounds like) maybe gifts that could help energize/relax would be a good idea.
Here's my ideas.
For the bed: Super soft sheets, Some type of super cool pillow/Memory foam/Gel/Bamboo. A wake-up light alarm clock:
For his body: A massage/ epsom salt muscle soaks/Gel insoles /yoga session
Maybe some couples coupons? Is there a favorite meal of your's that he loves? Cook him that.
A random thing for gun lover's (my Husband has one and loves it) a gun mat:

u/poidogs · 2 pointsr/WinterBlues

I'm sorry this is so hard for you. SAD really stinks.

The exercise, clean eating, light therapy, and anti-depressants are a big deal in managing SAD. It is awesome that you are doing this already.

It can be frustrating to be doing so much yet feel like it isn't quite enough. A lot of people need to do several things at the same time to manage SAD. Are you taking vitamin D? If wake ups are a problem, you might consider a wake up light alarm clock. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is really good for SAD, too.

I have a really bad time with long, unrestful sleep. The wake up light alarm is a big deal. I keep a light box next to my monitor and have it on most of the mornings when I work. For me, 20-30 min is not enough.

Do you have people in your life who will help you stay engaged in activities? Is there anyone you can ask for help with this?

For me, mid-end of December is usually the worst of the winter. You are not alone. Sometimes it helps to know that you have company. It doesn't lessen the feelings, but it can be less lonely.

Stay strong, days start getting longer in just 16 days!

u/likeIstoleit · 2 pointsr/nursing

No one has mentioned this yet. I picked up this sunrise/sunset alarm clock, and it's amazing.

u/dunhamrc · 2 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

YTA. Get yourself a wake-up light alarm clock. It will change your life.

u/clickshy · 2 pointsr/Atlanta

Avoid screens for an hour before bed. I started that and it has been a huge help. Read a book (preferably dry/boring) or if you must use a screen install something like F.Lux to adjust the color temperature.

Oh also check out a light alarm clock. It's life changing if you have to get up before dawn.

u/tanzanika69 · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Someone I know was like you but they did start exercising and lost a bunch of weight but still didn't help as much as she liked. She picked up a wake up lamp and it's made a world of difference!

I linked one below just in case you wanted to see one or are too lazy to google one :)

u/KestrelLowing · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I had really good experiences with a sunrise alarm clock. This specifically is the one I have, but I feel like it was a lot cheaper when I bought it, maybe only $60 at that point. Maybe I got it on sale.

Unfortunately, that alarm clock also wakes up my husband who doesn't need to get up for another hour, so I cannot use it now except on a really low setting. But when I lived alone, it was fantastic and I lived in Houghton, MI which is pretty damn far north (at least for North America) so the days were very short.

Also, I got a lot of daylight bulbs and used them in everything save the lamp I used at night. This also helped me stay more active.

u/permalias · 2 pointsr/Frugal

If you do want to splurge, (for us canadians) is selling the lower end philips for $70 right now, which is a decent deal.

... well at least according to the RFD thread

u/michiall06 · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

I swear by this alarm clock. It has made me actually get up right away, which I thought was impossible. The key for me was to set it far away, so I have to walk to it to turn it off. It gets so bright (you can adjust the settings on this) that distance does not matter. It also helps me wake up more gradually, so the sound of the alarm isn't so jarring. Another morning thing that has helped me is giving myself something to look forward to while I get ready -- like listening to my current audiobook. It is also nice to start the morning not feeling rushed or guilty about sleeping in. Remembering the positive feels it gives me has made a big difference!

u/arrbos · 2 pointsr/PersonalFinanceCanada

This one specifically, the HF3500. But in hindsight I wish I'd gotten the one with the battery. And the ability to set multiple schedules.

Probably your phone can do it too with the right app, but this one is super bright.

u/TrollingQueen74 · 2 pointsr/CFB
u/deaf0mute · 2 pointsr/ADHD
u/lil_anon · 2 pointsr/Narcolepsy

I wasn’t sure if this would work for me so I bought a cheaper one first off of Amazon

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

I got it when it was about Au$65 and yes it definitively helps but isn’t perfect. I am planning on upgrading to a more expensive one but am glad I got a cheaper one first so that I don’t feel guilty dropping a couple hundred on a better one, my husband is planning on putting the cheaper one on his side of the bed when we get a better/brighter one.

u/PhoenixOK · 2 pointsr/homeautomation

There are alarm clocks made specifically for this purpose. Clock with dimming LEDs that can simulate sunrise and sunset on your schedule. I have the Philips version that was about $50 but there are numerous others on Amazon for around $30.

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

u/MercuryChaos · 2 pointsr/ADHD

>I'll sit and absentmindedly play with the Internet for way too long

Turn off your computer before you go to bed. Do not turn it on in the morning.

>Also, I will sometimes turn my alarm off without realising.

Put your alarm clock someplace that you can't reach from your bed. I have two alarms. One's on my phone, and the other is like this - not that exact one, but it's an alarm clock/lamp that turns on in the morning. I find that not having to stumble through the dark reduces the temptation to stay/get back into bed.

I also have a cat who needs to be fed in the morning. She's too polite to be useful as a backup alarm, but just knowing that she needs her breakfast gives me a little extra motivation to get out of bed. I'm not going to suggest that you get a pet, but if you already have one try feeding them in the morning.

>I do as much as I can the night before including finding my keys, shoes etc.

This is good.

>I'll be fully dressed, washed, fed and realise I'n ten minutes late because I've been watching YouTube videos or even just sat still obsessively thinking.

I set a series of alarms. 7:00 - wake up. 7:30 - eat breakfast. 8:00 - brush teeth. 8:30 - leave for work. I picked those things because they're the only things that I have to do in that order, but you can pick different ones, and you can set more alarms if you have to. Just figure out what time you have to leave for work to make it on time, and then set some alarms leading up to that time to keep you on track.

u/yeahright17 · 2 pointsr/news

Not sure if you saw this other guys post, but I have the same one.

u/GrizzlyManOnWire · 2 pointsr/funny
u/JulioCesarSalad · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I'm actually ordering a second one for my mom right now.

So let's say you're crazy like me and want to wake up at 5 am every day. You set the alarm for 5 am and go to sleep with plenty of time. This is only for health issues, obviously, but even if you go to bed at like midnight or 1 am it will still wake you up. You'll just be super tired thrgouhout the day.

So you set the alarm for 5. At 4:30, when you're nice and comfy in bed asleep the light on the alarm clock will come on. It's dim and gentle at first, but over the next half hour it will be slowly getting brighter and brighter.

By the time 5 am rolls around you have already been exposed to light for 30 minutes. A gentle alarm comes on and beeps to wake you up, and you're up! It;s pretty easy.

I like to combine this with Sleep Cycle as it gives me the best of both worlds and I like to take a look at my sleeping cycles.

You can buy the basic form of the alarm clock here, it's $50.

u/Imadeupmymind · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

So I got a really cheap one on amazon and it was horrible. Then I ordered the cheapest phillips one, and it had a $20 off coupon, for $50. This was just earlier this week so the coupon may still be there, here it is:

u/IM1RU1too · 2 pointsr/dontdeadopeninside

LED Word Clock - Displays Time as Text - Powered by AC Adapter (8" x 8")

u/ravi_buz · 2 pointsr/SmartThings

I think I found something that does all this -

But I think its too expensive for what it does, anything cheaper is available?

u/-Malky- · 1 pointr/france

Ne me remercie pas, au bout d'un moment ça coûte cher ces conneries.

u/ManteauNewtonFeedbac · 1 pointr/AppleWatch

Slightly cheaper than the floor mat is the clocky. Makes you chase it around the room to snooze it.

u/Zach21893 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Unless your a sleep ninja, this should do the trick

u/AllYearHalloween · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Just going to leave this here.

u/chyldofthebeat · 1 pointr/funny
u/charlieplexed · 1 pointr/GetMotivated

>Make it something especially obnoxious.

like this one

u/Toke_On_420 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

ive got one for you but I must go retrieve a link first though.....

when its time to wake up in the morning your alarm clock will instantly leap off of your dresser and hit the ground running. this forces you to wake up to go retrieve your alarm clock >.> personally i would probably just break the damn thing

u/cheesewilliams · 1 pointr/comics

Man, I literally change alarm clocks every four months or so because of this. My friends even buy me strange ones. Here are some examples:

Clocky and Flying Alarm Clock

u/ForeverARedditer · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Well then...



And Here

u/solrael · 1 pointr/Anxiety

Maybe try a clocky? It might help if you have to get up to shut it off?

I still sleep pretty badly on lexapro, so getting up is more of 'oh god it's morning already?!?' Situation.

u/wafflestomp2014 · 1 pointr/AirForce

They spend so much to train you, it's true. There's an alarm you can buy for people like you. It has wheels and when it goes off it drives away so you have to get up to turn it off.

u/SillyBirdy123 · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/blastedastronaut · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I have [Clocky] (! I absolutely love it. Even when I don't want to get up, he's rolled away and I can only stand the noise for so long.

u/snorlaxbubba · 1 pointr/ADHD

I’m sorry this happened. It’s a too frequent occurrence with me too.

I’m getting better at this, but before it got so bad that I accidentally trained my girlfriend to silence alarms while sleeping. Just because I would set so many and never wake up, she would turn them off for me but it got to the point where she wouldn’t wake up to them anymore, knowing I would just turn them off and go back to sleep. And choose sleep over chores i needed to do around the house. (I work evenings so I don’t have this problem)

Here’s some things that helped me the last few months

  1. Don’t give yourself room to doubt. Vision yourself waking up to the alarm, when you’re setting your alarm write it down in person and a note in your phone that you WILL wake up to the alarm.

    If that doesn’t work...

  2. There are alarm apps you can get that require you to solve problems in order to turn off the alarm

    If that doesn’t work...

    Ask a friend to call or text you until you get up. Make sure if it’s a text, you call them once your up so they know you are conscious.

    If that doesn’t work...

    Our minds are trained in a funny way. If you ever realize your mind going into auto pilot while driving a familiar route and not remembering part of the drive (how many red lights you could have driven through). Or even just how time goes by faster every year. Our minds reduce the interpreting work load if it is familiar with it. That being said, this can also happen with alarms. Setting the same alarm noise at the same time every day, your brain anticipates it, going into autopilot, it’ll turn the alarm off without even properly waking you up.
    -set different alarm tones. Choose ones that really annoy you/don’t care about.
    -set alarms at different times everyday
    -when you go to set an alarm. Set it to around the time you want but don’t actually look at the last number, so your brain doesn’t subconsciously know when the alarm is going off.

    There are alarms (kinda expensive) (Clocky Alarm Clock on Wheels in Aqua that make you get up to turn the alarm off.

    Ok! So!

    With all these tips - the BEST thing you can do if any of these work, is to make sure you get into the habit of waking up to them. If it works for 4 days, change it up, make a goal for the next 4, then change it etc until your brain will no longer just silence alarms as it did before.

    there will still be days where you sleep through the alarms. But it won’t be nearly as many

    I hope this helps ❤️

    And that you didn’t get fired over this.
u/I_hate_Slogan_Shirts · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/original_4degrees · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

perhaps this app is what you need.

or one of these guys

u/szukai · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I've destroyed (unintentionally) more than 10 alarm clocks throughout HS to college.

A coworker gave me a clock with wheels on it, it was a gag gift but it worked:

It does one thing well, it makes sure you stay awake!

I would personally recommend just going to bed early. Making a set bed time will help your body establish a sleep schedule.

u/starsspanthesky · 1 pointr/Advice

Maybe this guy can help. Also make sure your diet is well and you're drinking enough water. Are you getting enough sleep? Too much sleep? You could also see a sleep specialist to check for things like apnea which will decrease the hours of sleep you get per night, making it difficult to wake up.

u/writhena · 1 pointr/Fitness

i set 2 alarms. my phone goes off and i always hit snooze. like you i sometimes do it in my sleep. 9 minutes later it goes off again. if i hit snooze again, then a minute later, my alarm clock goes off. its really loud and i have to get up to turn it off. it really helps to have to get up to turn off the alarm because you definitely have to wake up. you could put the alarm clock all the way across the room and just crank up the volume.

you could even get something like this - an alarm clock on wheels. you'd have to chase it across the house. :)

also, some people actually sleep in their workout clothes to help them get moving.

good luck, getting up so early is really hard.

u/normous · 1 pointr/ADHD

Yeah... You're not getting around that.

You need a Clocky!

u/WinterCharm · 1 pointr/AppleWatch
u/sneeden · 1 pointr/arduino

Well, i have one of these which takes quite the pounding.

u/Acewrap · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/DayWalkinAintEasy · 1 pointr/IWantToLearn

This what I think someone else was referring to. It runs around. I always wanted one, but never have trouble walking up.

Here's a demo video of Clocky.

More over, I use a sleep tracker. It walked me up when I should naturally wake-up easier. Not sure which phone you use, but both Android and Apple have apps that work well. Related Lifehacker review of sleep trackers.

u/redditnerdi · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

This is precisely why I got a [ clocky ] ( for Christmas from a coworker.

u/cube5000 · 1 pointr/gadgets

Look here. Please consider all of the alarms on the page. :-)

u/Choosing_is_a_sin · 1 pointr/CrazyIdeas
u/CloakNStagger · 1 pointr/AskReddit

An equally motivating/annoying product.

u/ClimbingC · 1 pointr/funny

They are not exactly helicopters, but I knew what he was on about.

Had similar things as toys growing up.

u/SarahJaneThePain · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/The_KaoS · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

Here's the helicopter one, pretty cheap too. I'm sure you could find higher quality ones if you did a bit of searching.

Tech Tools Flying Alarm Clock

u/halfbaked04 · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

This thing is pretty cool and useful in this situation.

u/Boobies_4_Prez · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Try This for 12 bucks

Then hit the shower, shave up, and delete your facebook.

u/definitely_not_david · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

or get this or this

u/Watawkichaw · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/knoxville1915 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I'll tell you what NOT to do: program your alarm to play Pink Floyd. You won't be able to tell if you're awake or not.

Otherwise, try getting your roommate to punch you in the face until you get up.

Though I've always wanted to try this.

u/Panguin · 1 pointr/AskReddit

This is the one I use. It's super loud, and having to walk around and find the damn thing helps me wake up. So does dealing with the cat who just jumped on my face trying to catch it.

u/farnsworthparabox · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

DayClocks Classic Day Clock - Day of the Week Clock - Fun Retirement Gift - Mahogany Wall Clock

u/ThatSmallFighter · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting
u/katherinemma987 · 1 pointr/tifu

You need that. Had a room with very little light in it a lot of the and that made waking up so much easier! Plus you can set it to automatically dim itself so as you're going to bed you're lulled to sleep.

u/ryuhadoken · 1 pointr/IWantToLearn they expensive though but this tight arse found it worth it for waking up at 5am

u/katsycakes · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I love my lumie!!

ETA: I have this one

u/Finn_Fatale · 1 pointr/london

I bought a Lumie 30.

Basic, but still not cheap. The alarm noise is dreadful. The buttons are a bit clunky and the selections aren't very intuitive. The clock runs a bit slow. But, it does the job. Good "first" wake-up light to see if these are your thing. You can get them cheaper on ebay, if you have the patience to bid. Spring time might be better to try to find a bargain there.

u/naturalalchemy · 1 pointr/AskReddit

If you don't mind spending a little money I'd recommend getting an alarm clock that wakes you up gradually like this one. It makes getting up a little less difficult.

My Dad swears by this though, but he loves his gadgets.

u/gambola · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh, that sucks about your doctor. The NHS is fab but soooo variable :(

Ok so I couldn't find anywhere to get the exact one I had but this one looks very similar. Lumie were one of the first companies to make these commercially, and they're very good. You have to be careful as some of the SAD lamps use really bright 'normal' light bulbs but I believe there is a certain type of bulb which mimics daylight more accurately, and Lumie use those. The sunrise/sunset functions really helped me get into a better sleep cycle, which had a positive knock on effect. Hope that's helpful :)

u/ReverendDizzle · 1 pointr/Parenting

There are a ton of them on Amazon, the most popular of which is the "OK to Wake!". It's $29, but for $10 more you can get an upgraded clock by the same company, the Teach Me Time which does all the stuff the OK to Wake! does but also has a real clock on it and will help your kid learn to read the time.

That said, I'm with /u/hadesarrow, a simple timer on a light or even one of those sunlight simulator alarm clocks would be a better investment. After all the cutesy kid alarm clock will be too babyish for them soon, but a real alarm clock with a sunrise simulator light (or plug for a lamp) will be useful forever.

u/horseloverfat · 1 pointr/Parenting

We started using one when our son was waking us up at 5 am everyday. He was 2.5 at the time. Our sons still use it and although the timer and lamp might be cheaper it doesn't travel as well.

We have this one and it has a 9V battery that means it keeps time when unplugged. At least our kids get up early when we travel, so this is key.

u/Tiinpa · 1 pointr/Parenting

My son was about 2 and a half when he developed the very fun habit of just getting out of bed whenever he liked. We tried a bunch of things, but nothing really worked. Eventually we bought a stuffed owl that tells kids when they're allowed to get up out of pure desperation. Worked like magic, and still works great now at almost 4. Your mileage may vary, but it's probably worth a shot:

u/Whitworth · 1 pointr/Parenting

Our 2 and 8 monther finally figured out how to crawl out of his crib (we're surprised it took this long). He's going to move to a big boy bed this weekend. We got him the Ok To Wake! Owl... we'll see if it helps.

u/mensrea_miculpa · 1 pointr/neoliberal
u/sunny_bell · 1 pointr/blackladies

What I did was I put my alarm on the other side of the room (and made sure it made the most obnoxious sound I could find, the Red Alert klaxon from Star Trek though the biohazard alarm works nicely too) and use an app called Alarm Clock Plus turn off snooze and set "Math for Dismiss" with 3 problems (you can set the number of problems and difficulty). If you want it to shut up you have to get up, walk across the room, and do math and by that point I'm pretty awake. Guy I used to date in HS, his dad set 3 alarm clocks, one in each corner so he had to get up and do a full circuit of the room to shut them all off. There is also Clocky, Tocky, This flying thing, A shake weight alarm clock, and this Bluetooth bed shaker

Though in all seriousness you might need to drop one of those internships if you are this exhausted that you are missing class.

u/Jake1125 · 1 pointr/Flipping
u/lord_dumbello · 1 pointr/androidapps

As long as you go to sleep early enough to give yourself 6+ hours of sleep then it should get much easier to wake up on time after a week or so. Until then there's always Clocky

u/Billy_the_Kid · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I tried the solve an equation ones, and I can usually solve those in my sleep. The puzzles don't really bother me. I'm thinking about eventually picking up something [a little more difficult](]

u/DaniellaDViante · 1 pointr/productivity

Clocky Alarm Clock! It's a little robot that rolls off your bedside table and runs away from you. You have to get up and go catch the little bugger. :)

u/uigfnbxs · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You probably want one of these.
You DO NOT want to fall asleep again and miss your class. Would you like a falafel with that?

u/artvalay · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This will go perfectly on the shelf above your computer!

Decorate already!

u/Hollowlife6 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/gonnaflynow · 1 pointr/Art

Nice try. You didn't make this. It exists on Amazon and elsewhere if you need proof.

Everybody that upvoted this, for shame.

u/BoroPaul · 1 pointr/pics
u/VannaVictorian · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Justin Bieber is one of the cockiest douchebags to ever rise to fame.

you may be a girl, but so am i. not every girl is girly, so i am going to link you a few different items :)

also, i'm native american so this is how part of my bedroom is decorated. the picture was taken for a fellow redditor as he was putting together a photo album for his wife.

so here it goes.. one


i'm also a fan of skulls and day of the dead so here's a few things you might like .

i would get this for myself if i could.


here, have a melting clock.

who doesn't like pillows . weird people don't like pillows

ok i think i'm done


u/ekalowl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is one of the coolest things!

Also... knock knock....

Also Justin Bieber is one of the cockiest douchebags to ever rise to fame.

Also I want to be you

Also have a great day, and thanks for the contest!!

u/JessieAnonymous · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here's a clock that I think is super cool. And this is something that I need to make a pop filter with [: Thanks for the contest, man. Don't worry be happy

u/rosie__ · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[You should get this clock] ( because it is unique (and because i want it to lol). You are pretty amazing for a warlock :).

u/Ask_Seek_Knock · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Okay based on that I'm going to suggest a few things you could add to your wish list. I promise I won't be offended if you don't like them, but you might find something you're interested in. :)

Tea things:

First for cute tea things, I highly recommend the flowering tea pot I received it as an Arbitrary Day gift and it's awesome. The teas are delicious and most importantly, to me, the tea pot is sooo cute.

Mana Tea infuser a lot of people have this on their wish lists. I should add it to mine too.

Tea Sampler There are several samplers with different types of tea from this company and a bunch of others. You should look around for sure.

Hello Kitty Stuff:

Add on Hello Kitty alarm clock

This Hello Kitty toy It's adorable.


Ceramic travel mug

History related:

Hitler Youth This looks like it would be a fascinating read.

The Roads of the Roma: A PEN Anthology of Gypsy Writers

Gypsies Under the Swastika

The Rape Of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust Of World War II

Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II

u/I_teach_logic · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

r u aving a giggle

I need this alarm clock for my daughter, so we will stop oversleeping.

u/Esperansza · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Definitely not the winner! I've won maybe three contest on here and that's the only contests I have ever won.

[I would super love this, especially since my alarm clock just broke :(] ( One the House Things wishlist !

Great contest thank you!

Everyone's a winner :D

u/Ali-Sama · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Ins3ct_Queen · 1 pointr/AmItheAsshole

Oh my god it sounds like we have identical boyfriends but mine is a quiet angry we he wakes up but you should try one of these alarms!
Sharp SPC800 Quartz Analog Twin Bell Alarm Clock (Silver)

u/Junaga · 1 pointr/CrazyIdeas
u/Flowermanvista · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts
u/flfldlfd · 1 pointr/tumblr

This how a Clock looks outside the US

u/TRIPLEOHSEVEN · 1 pointr/gaming

The better question is, how much money are you ready to spend?

u/MstrOfShadows · 1 pointr/gifs

Plays the theme song when alarm goes off. But just a cheap novelty item, don't expect it to last.

u/myonlineidentity9090 · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

I got you, so that way you don't have like one moonlight beam distracting you!

I have been using this super amazing wake up light, 20 minutes until your alarm is set to go off, it begins lighting up from a deep red to an orange to a white or even to a bright yellow if that's what you want! It is been super awesome for my wife and I, especially in the winter time when it does not get light until like 7:00 or 8:00

u/BergJilm · 1 pointr/slatestarcodex

A have only used one that I got for Christmas some years back. There seem to be some cheaper ones out there, but I have not checked them out.

Ya, they are a bit expensive unfortunately, but the clock I got was probably the biggest factor in helping me reset my sleep after years of depression induced "insomnia".

u/SlapChopWontStop · 1 pointr/Nootropics

Thanks! Is this one the one you are talking about?

u/wt534tfeg34f3 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I have this. Wakes me up nice and gently with the brilliance of the sun about 2 feet from my face.

u/LandslideBaby · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

After a lot of searching and trying to decide which features matter to me(Radio yes, phone doc no) I chose this one. For some reason that model on US amazon is more expensive than the next one(the 3520) but it was cheaper on spanish amazon(where I bought it from). I'm going to try it for the first time tomorrow.

u/tastytoast · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Check out one of these wake up light; set so it starts gradually before your alarm the same time every day. I usually wake up refreshed before the alarm now.

I've never had trouble waking up to an alarm. But i couldn't shake that morning fog. These lights are expensive, but it's the one thing that has helped me the most, with zero negative side effects.

u/bacon_music_love · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Philips also makes a much cheaper version ($70). This one has a white light that slowly gets brighter, rather than the colored sunrise simulation.

u/sleezly · 1 pointr/Hue

Philips sells dedicated sunrise simulation alarm clock radios if that's what you're truly after... no hub required.

Expensive: Philips Wake-Up Light with Colored Sunrise Simulation alarm clock & sunset fading night light, White HF3520

Cheaper: Philips Wake-up Light with Sunrise Simulation alarm clock, White HF3500/60

u/jporegon · 1 pointr/ADHD

If you wake up before the sun is up consider buying a wake up light like this (it helps fool your brain into waking up naturally)
Go to bed at about the same time every night if you can- consider taking melatonin (especially if you are taking meds for ADHD). You can buy it at just about any grocery store. I have five kids, two with ADHD like me and the melatonin "knocks them out" safely in about 30 minutes. A good night's rest can be the key to waking up on time.
If you don't sleep well because your mind is racing about what you have to do the next day then write yourself a brief to-do list to remind you. Then tell your brain not to worry and get some rest. Consider meditation before bed as well to help you fall asleep.

Last, if worst comes to worst, find work that fits you - not the other way around. Some jobs can be very flexible about when you show up. Also, consider talking to your boss about your condition, see if you can offer something to compensate:
Boss, I have to accept that I am who I am and I'm probably going to be a little late sometimes. But, once I am here I will give 110% and stay late every day to balance out the time - if it is ok.

best of luck!

u/MothershipConnection · 1 pointr/LosAngeles

Pretty basic but it works for me well. I'm actually looking at some other ones with sweet colors and music in stuff like this one though:

u/Racoonhands · 1 pointr/McMaster
u/tmckearney · 1 pointr/homeautomation

There's also stuff like this:

u/beigetowel18 · 1 pointr/vipkid

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

This is the one I have. It’s annoying but very effective!

u/tongsy · 1 pointr/AskMen

I have this and it really helps me.

u/Cptn_Awesome · 1 pointr/iphone

If you're gonna use music, for the love of god, make it a large playlist. Easiest way to start hating a song is to make it your alarm.

I switched to using a Wake Up Light. Because of my schedule I usually get 5-6 hours of sleep a night. Couple that with an abrupt wake up from an alarm I felt tired until I got my morning caffeine fix.

With the light it feel like I'm waking up late morning after sleeping in on a Saturday....but everyday!

u/sweetooth0 · 1 pointr/saskatoon

I use one of those alarm clocks that slowly lights up in the morning so it mimics a sunrise. That helps quite a bit. The one I got was a bit on the pricey side I felt, but I do feel like it was worth it:

Also, like everyone else says, take your vitamin D

u/Dookie_boy · 1 pointr/CozyPlaces

If this is America, I'm pretty sure it's a Philips wake up light

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

u/alxro99 · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

I got this a year ago , It definitely works as far as slowly going on and lighting up most of the room by the time the alarm goes off. Would recommend for $50. There are other more expensive versions but this gets the job done.

u/squareandcompasses · 1 pointr/GetOutOfBed

I don't think Amazon sells this model directly anymore but you may can find it elsewhere. Philips Hf3470 Wake-up Light, White

They do have one that is 69 bucks but doesn't have FM radio
Philips HF3500/60 Wake-Up Light
They actually have a 10 dollar coupon right now so you can pick it up for 59. I went for the first one because it had radio as well.

u/Guepardita · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

Since he's going to be in the hospital a lot, I think the Wake-Up Light would be a great gift to maybe help him feel a bit more energized.

Another cool gift would be a few Lego Architecture sets, which he could work on while in the hospital.

u/King_Chochacho · 1 pointr/KitchenConfidential

Second this. The light doesn't wake me up but it does make it a lot harder to get back to sleep once the alarm goes off.

I think this is about the cheapest one you'll find:

That's what I have, but honestly I think $70 is a bit much for something with basically no other features. Watch for it to go on sale, as it occasionally drops to around $50.

u/Nsults · 1 pointr/sleep

I have this exact same problem. So as of right now the way that I barley wake up is... I have one crap alarm clock that I would toss in a heartbeat but its noise so whatever. I have another alarm clock called the sonic boom (you can get it on amazon). It has a vibrating piece that you can put under your mattress but it didn't do a ton so i put it under my pillow. The problem with that was I would angrily smash my alarm clock and wake up with an instant headache lol. So i put both alarm clocks across my room on the dresser and I leave that vibrating piece on my wood floors for the loudest most obnoxious noise you'll ever hear. I was getting out of bed and turning them off, not conscious enough to make the right decision so the last thing I added has been a life saver. Go to the app store on your phone and download Alarmy. You can set it to do math problems to turn off the alarm. I currently have to do 12 math problems to wake up. It's like 98 + 67, nothing too complicated but enough to make you never want to fall back asleep lol. Also the other thing I am going to get next is a wake up light that mimics natural sunlight. So say you set your alarm for 0430 like I do, at 0415 it gradually gets brighter until its brightest setting at 0430.

u/beetlesque · 1 pointr/blogsnark

I have a entry-level one. It's a Phillips. I think it cost around $50. This is the Amazon listing for it

u/Dicebar · 1 pointr/ADHD

I had to go through insomnia therapy before my psychologist was willing to start on a diagnosis of ADHD, since sleep deprivation has similar symptoms. I don't have any experience dealing with Adderall, but I can share some more of the advice I was given.

  • Don't stay in bed for over 8 hours. (You're already not doing that, but for a complete list.)
  • Don't sleep in more than 1 hour extra on your off days. (Suffer, mortal! I still do this. It sucks. It helps so much. And it sucks so much.)
  • Use a wake up light if you have trouble waking up (like this).


    My SO does use Adderall (not XR, but still), from her list:

  • Continue with the weed, it helps.
  • Consider taking melatonin an hour before bedtime.
u/TangiestIllicitness · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

I got this one through Amazon.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/insomnia

Non-mobile: Here's

^That's ^why ^I'm ^here, ^I ^don't ^judge ^you. ^PM ^/u/xl0 ^if ^I'm ^causing ^any ^trouble. ^WUT?

u/Krusos · 1 pointr/funny

Phillips Wake-up light alarm clock.

u/steve_z · 1 pointr/news

Not the parent, but I have this one and it's extremely helpful for getting me out of bed so damn early.

Just search "sunlight alarm clock" for more.

Also... when I'm getting up before my fiancee, she just wears an eye mask to bed.

u/_icebear · 1 pointr/insomnia

Here's what I use. I just got it last week but so far I really like it! It has a sunrise/alarm setting, and different brightness levels for the clock so you can make it just barely visible at night.

What I'm still struggling a bit with is creating a dark environment before bed! But I'm getting better at that.

u/1x33397 · 1 pointr/DIY

I made a word clock to.

u/anarkhist · 1 pointr/DIY

I don't think it has the special birthday feature, but you can buy these and other variants from the market:

u/CrimsonMonster · 1 pointr/DIY

Um... did you look into this clock at all? (If you did I can see why you would like making a more customized version.)

u/censorship_notifier · 1 pointr/noncensored_bitcoin

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> it's also available from Amazon:

u/StubbornLeech07 · 1 pointr/OpTicGaming

I think it's this one or one similar to it.

u/Phxnta · 1 pointr/OpTicGaming

Think this might be it, but I may be wrong though.

u/vigneshn92 · 1 pointr/india

Would you be interested in this ? Have had this for a year now but have never used it for more than a month. Mint condition. It's really cool if you are into IFTTT and stuff.

Location: Bangalore

u/IzzyData · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

IKEA also makes a flat surface that is intended to be used on-top of the Alex drawers. I don't know what it is called, but it is always right next to the drawers in the stores.


Digital Clock: La Metric Clock

I love this clock.

u/Announceman · 1 pointr/INEEEEDIT

Name: "LaMetric"


Amazon Link:

The most common thing I've seen this used for is to display Youtube Subscriber live counts. There are plenty of videos on it.

u/video_descriptionbot · 1 pointr/techmoan

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u/mtd14 · 0 pointsr/AskReddit

One of those annoying alarm clocks that require you to be active to shut off.


u/explodingplant · -1 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

I'm going to get this soon.. Maybe it will bring out the inner treasure hunter in you.

u/The-Mars-Travolta · -4 pointsr/apexlegends

Jesus, people. Use your microphones. If this subreddit had its way the pingwheel would resemble this