New Clocks Make Waking Up Fun

Posted: Feb 20 2007, 4:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:02am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
New Clocks Make Waking Up Fun
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It seems that some people have a lot of time on their hands creating entertaining and interesting clocks. Here are two to note.

It’s enough you have a short fuse caused by the rude interruption of a disruptive alarm clock blaring in your ear. But, after you’ve been infused, it’s up to you to defuse the infuser. The Banpresto DangerBomb Clock does good job of waking you, but choosing the correct wire will determine how long that baby will keep blaring. The wrong wire only means the clock will go on ringing. But, choosing the correct wire means you might just be able to sneak in some more Z’s. How about the mud clock? All you need to create a mud clock is a little yard dirt, seed and wire hookup. After a while, you’ve harvested yourself a clock. We’re not quite sure of the science behind the madness, but we know it works. For $20 bucks, we know you can pick up a basic alarm clock for less. But, the concept is worth it.

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by Eric Raby

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