This world is made for larks. They are hap­py to wake up at dawn and cheer­ful come to work by 8 in the morn­ing. Every­one else is forced to open their eyes every day to the sounds of a hat­ed alarm clock, beg­ging him for at least “one more minute”.

Mean­while, an alarm clock can not only annoy, but also help. For­get about the banal peep of the clock or annoy­ing phone ring­tones. Spe­cial gad­gets will help to make the morn­ing light and pos­i­tive.

AlarmClockyRun — Catch me if you can

The elec­tron­ic alarm clock is more like a child’s toy. The clock is equipped with wheels, with the help of which, after the sig­nal is trig­gered, they fly away from the own­er, depriv­ing him of the oppor­tu­ni­ty to turn off the sound sig­nal. The dura­tion of the “escape” can be dif­fer­ent — from 20 sec­onds to one and a half min­utes. By the time you catch and turn off the alarm clock, you will already feel sleepy. How­ev­er, in the set­tings of the smart device there is the pos­si­bil­i­ty of delay­ing (no more than once), as well as dis­abling the move func­tion. The device can pain­less­ly jump from a bed­side table up to a meter high and change the direc­tion of move­ment every morn­ing. Bat­tery oper­at­ed, avail­able in 4 col­ors

GunAlarmClock — Hunting Instinct

Agree that in the morn­ing we tend to blame the alarm clock for all trou­bles. The own­er of this gad­get will final­ly be able to take revenge for all the trou­bles and con­tin­ue to do it every day. The prin­ci­ple of the alarm clock is sim­ple: in order to turn it off, you need to show a hunt­ing instinct - get from the infrared pis­tol to the cen­ter of the tar­get mount­ed on the clock. In nor­mal mode, the sound sig­nal or melody stops after one hit. Par­tic­u­lar­ly vin­dic­tive cit­i­zens can choose the five-hit mode. For opti­mal per­for­mance, the device should be placed approx­i­mate­ly 3 meters away from the bed. The beam does not reach far­ther, clos­er — it is too easy to hit. Both the watch and the gun are bat­tery oper­at­ed

Medisana WL-450 — Scheduled Dawn

A com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent awak­en­ing awaits buy­ers of the Medis­ana wake-up light. Half an hour before the time of rise, the device begins to glow with a soft light, which, sim­u­lat­ing the sun­rise, is set brighter and brighter. Even if “sun­shine” can­not wake you up, one of the 8 built-in alarm melodies will def­i­nite­ly do it. In addi­tion, you can con­nect an MP3 play­er with your favorite songs to the gad­get or turn on the radio receiv­er built into it

SensorWake Olfactory Alarmclock — Aroma of the morning

Can’t stand loud nois­es, espe­cial­ly in the morn­ing? Then you just need an alarm clock that wakes you up with smells! Out­ward­ly, a smart device looks like a reg­u­lar elec­tron­ic watch. With only one dif­fer­ence — it has a spe­cial com­part­ment for cap­sules with odors. At the appoint­ed time, the room begins to fill with pleas­ant aro­mas of your choice. It can be the smell of choco­late, cof­fee or fresh toast (7 options in total). It is quite dif­fi­cult not to wake up in this case, but if you sleep very sound­ly, for safe­ty net, you can still set the alarm sound sig­nal, which will turn on after a while. The kit includes one cap­sule, which is enough for about 30 wake-up calls

Xiaomi mi Band 3 — Scientific approach

The fit­ness track­er of the Xiao­mi brand, pop­u­lar for its high-tech gad­gets, has many dif­fer­ent func­tions, and the most com­fort­able get­ting up in the morn­ing is one of them. Games are out of place here: being on your arm all the time, the bracelet mon­i­tors the phas­es of sleep and selects the opti­mal time for the alarm to go off. With­in the spec­i­fied time range, of course. The action of the device is based on the alter­na­tion of “fast” and “slow” phas­es of sleep. Wak­ing up dur­ing the slow phase is dif­fi­cult and not very healthy. On the con­trary, it costs noth­ing to inter­rupt REM sleep, you wake up eas­i­ly and feel rest­ed. Hav­ing fixed a “fast” dream, the bracelet begins to vibrate and wakes up its own­er. In addi­tion, he mon­i­tors how you sleep all night and sends a report to the appli­ca­tion on your phone

By Yraa

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