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Flying Alarm Clock - $9.95 @ Topbuy

Posted By: geo78, posted 2008/04/01 08:11
Time really does fly with this unusual and imaginative alarm clock! Do you have trouble getting out of bed in the mornings, or know someone who does? Then this is just the thing for you (or them). When the alarm sounds, the propellor launches from the top of the clock. It has to be retrieved and replaced on the clock to turn off the alarm. There's no staying bed when this clock goes off!

The Flying Alarm Clock has a base diameter of 14 cm, sits 10 cm tall (with propeller attached) and features a snooze function. It requires 4 x AA batteries to operate and can also be used with a DC 6 Volt mains adapter (both not included). When the alarm is triggered, an audible siren sounds and the propeller is launched into the air. To turn off the alarm the propeller needs to be placed back on to the base unit. By then you should be fully awake!

Specifications:
Power:
Clock - 2 x AG13 cell batteries (included)
Propellor - 4 x AA alkaline batteries (not included)
12 Month Manufacturer's Warranty
19°-+
  • admin2008/04/01 08:19:56
    :) - $12.95 last week - $9.95 this week. You been watching this one Geo ?
  • geo782008/04/01 08:38:53
    yes, i've been watching this. the funny thing is that Tesora charges you $39.95 for the same model: http://www.tesora.com.au/Flying_Alarm_Clock__100.htm
  • admin2008/04/01 08:56:39
    :) - ouch ....
  • photographyisart2008/04/01 09:55:18
    this is hillarious :P
    it would be funny to watch a half asleep person chasing after a flying clock that is beeping loudly.:P
  • admin2008/04/01 10:11:26
    the perfect addition to sell with this would be a mini flame thrower, for the days after the novelty wore off. :)

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