Do you know the reason why it’s so hard to get up early in the morning?
Maybe it’s because you stayed up too late last night playing Candy Crush… Or because of that intense 1 on 1 basketball duel you had with your rival at midnight… Or because you almost fried your brain cells the previous night coming up with design ideas for your client…
The reason why you find it so hard to get up is because… your alarm clock just isn’t good enough. Get one of these creatively designed alarm clocks for heavy sleepers, and just see if you don’t wake up… No joke.
(This article was previously featured on ABC News’ show Good Morning America. Thanks to all who enjoyed and shared it!)
The Gong Alarm Clock
This special alarm clock wakes you up by appealing to your sense of never wanting to lose. Especially nice for fans of boxing and martial arts.
The alarm features the voice of a referee trying to wake you up. You’re a boxer who’s down for the count. The referee’s started the count to ten. Within that time, you have to wake up and strike the gong with the hammer to stop it (or else Mayweather wins).
Challenge yourself and rise to the occasion. Can you make it back from the depths of despair to become the Heavyweight Champion of the World? Only time will tell…
The Dance Dance Revolution Alarm Clock
If you’ve played Dance Dance Revolution before, you’ll understand how this alarm clock works. Once it starts ringing, it won’t stop unless you play a little dance game with it using your fingers.
Your fingers will have to dance and match the sequence of flashing lights that come up in order to get the ringing to stop.
You know how sometimes, after the alarm rings, you turn off the alarm clock without even knowing it? There’s no way that’s going to happen with this one…
The Money Shredding Alarm Clock
If meeting a challenge isn’t enough to wake you up in the morning, how about incurring a loss? This Money Shredding Alarm Clock is designed so that if you don’t get up quickly, it’s going to shred your money into pieces.
And if using money isn’t enough, you might want to consider using something even more important, like a $10,000 First Class plane ticket.