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Vibrating Alarm Clock

How-To: Never Be Woken Up by Your Partner's Alarm Clock Again

We can never have enough inventions to increase our quality of sleep and it seems like we have a winner with the new Lark alarm clock ($129) which is available on its website and since it connects wirelessly to your iPhone, it will be coming to Apple stores on June 14.

Developed by a Harvard sleep expert and a sleep coach for pro-athletes, the Lark gadget is a wristband you strap on that vibrates to wake you up, thus only waking up one person. Don't worry, you're not going to feel a strong electric jolt, the vibration is quite light and is described by the Wall Street Journal to feel "gentle and soothing."

Further, the product even tracks your sleep patterns with a sensor and records it onto an app available in iTunes. And if you're worried about how effective this product will be after a long length of time, the creators have solved this problem — apparently the vibrations also change daily so people won't start getting used to it and ignoring it.

The WSJ review also said that although wearing a wristband takes some getting used to, it starts to feel less noticeable after a couple of wears. So what do you think — is this something you would buy?

 

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Angelica-Marden Angelica-Marden 4 years
While wearing an armband seems awkward, this also seems like an incredibly practical purchase. There's nothing worse than waking up at 4:30 when you don't need to.
testadura67 testadura67 4 years
I'd be interested in checking this out in a store to see how it works. Wonder when it will be out for Android.
runswimmerrun runswimmerrun 4 years
No way.
amber512 amber512 4 years
The alarm clock never seems to do it, it's always my husband stumbling around finding clothes and attempting to walk around the bed w/o waking me up...that wakes me up! lol
Emily-Co Emily-Co 4 years
lol I guess that's way more effective! However, I must point out that the alarm clock is cheaper. :)
EvieJ EvieJ 4 years
Sorry, but the post title made me laugh b/c the only sure-fire way I found to not be woken up by my partner's alarm was to get a divorce! ;)
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