113 dB Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock and Bed Shaker

113 dB Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock and Bed Shaker

You sat out in the sun too long and it drained your energy. You drank all afternoon. You ate way (and we mean "weigh") too much. That's what happens after a Father's Day Barbecue. Tired. Hungover. In a food coma until next Thursday. You won't be able to rely on your old standard alarm clock to get you out of bed all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed this week. The Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock not only stirs you from your slumber at a shocking 113 dB, but the vibrating attachment literally shakes you out of bed. Awaken, shaken AND stirred.

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