IPod Alarm Clock Radio

Posted: Jul 15 2005, 12:00pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:15am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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iPod Alarm Clock Radio
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I have seen stereo speaker docks for the Apple iPod, but I haven't seen an Alarm Clock Radio that features a iPod dock. Hammacher Schlemmer started to sell one of those now.

The iPod Alarm Clock Radio has a stereo speaker system and it houses and charges your iPod.
The alarm can be set to wake up to a song from your iPod, and the unit also has a built-in AM/FM radio, a classic buzzer, and snooze. The iPod Alarm Clock Radio also features a sleep mode.
Get the iPod Alarm Clock Radio for $99.95 on Hammacher and Schlemmer (incl. Lifetime Guarantee).

The docking station can accommodate any size iPod, including photo and mini models (a special jack and patch cord allow connection with non-docking iPods, CD players, or other MP3 devices).


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