Twist Equation Alarm Clock Will Keep You Thinking

Posted: Oct 13 2010, 11:13am CDT | by , in Shopping | Hot Gadgets


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The Twist Equation Alarm Clock is available at Think Geek for $19.99.

Do you have a hard time getting up in the morning? Is the snooze button your best friend? Well the people at Think Geek give you a new and inventive way to wake up in the morning that is sure to get you up and keep you up.

The concept behind the Twist Equation Alarm Clock is simple. When the alarm goes off the screen that normally shows you the hours and minutes will instead be filled with a plus or minus sign and a number. The only way to turn off the alarm is to rotate the two numerical wheels on either side of the operator to make the equation make sense. Surely once your brain figures that out there will be no way you are going back to sleep. It is math to wake you up. This would make a great gift for the holidays or just to buy someone you know needs help getting out of bed in the morning. Be sure to buy yours today.

The Twist Equation Alarm Clock is available at Think Geek for $19.99.

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