It is that time of year again when we start getting ready for back to school. If you are off to college, there are so many things you will need. Also, so many new responsibilities you will have living on your own. One of those being getting up and to class on time every day.
Well with the Neverlate 7-day alarm clock, your worries about being to class on time can be put aside. It will have you to class or anywhere else you need to be for seven full days. The clock has seven Independent Daily Alarms so if your classes start at varying times during the week you are covered and will be awoken at the correct time to get as much sleep as you can. It also features a nap timer that goes from 1-120 minutes for the perfect nap in between classes. It has an easy to use rotary set mechanism and customizable snooze duration (1-30 minutes). The Dimensions are 5" cube and can have battery backup so if you happen to lose power you will still be up on time for classes. This is a must have clock for your busy college life be sure to order yours today.
The Neverlate 7-day alarm clock is available at thinkgeek for $34.99.
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