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Totally Geeky or Geek Chic? Headset Vibrator Alarm

So this might be a no-brainer in terms of its "totally geeky or geek chic?" factor, but I couldn't help but share the Angel wake-up alarm with you. When I first saw this device on Geek Alerts, I couldn't believe my eyes. The Wake-Up Angel was designed to keep you alert during those moments when you don't want to drift off (class, work, a date, you catch my drift). Just place it behind you ear and whenever your head turns 30-degrees or lower, the ear piece will vibrate. You can choose from four different adjustments of angle levels where you want the vibrator to go off. Priced at around $20, the alarm comes in black or pink and includes a keychain hook, but doesn't have bluetooth...awww such a shame!

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joselinadam joselinadam 7 years
Hi I am joselinadam, A vibrating alarm clock has a sound alarm and a vibrating function that give off a more alerting alarm, It is especially useful for the deaf,The vibrating function can be used as a silent alarm; it wakes up a person through mere vibrations. Please visit: www.shakeawake.com
miss_megs miss_megs 9 years
I'm really not sure which this is.... All that comes into my mind is that it would give me a head ache
jenzterama jenzterama 9 years
as geeky as it is, i think i'll try this thing out :P
Food Food 9 years
Where was this when I was in college!?! I once had a professor ask if I was narcoleptic...
QueenMargot QueenMargot 9 years
Totally geeky
rubialala rubialala 9 years
It's geeky but not a bad idea.
steen steen 9 years
I can see how it's useful but still...
partysugar partysugar 9 years
Totally geeky.
LaBibi05 LaBibi05 9 years
That would come in handy if you were trying to stay up all night long for something. Hmm..interesting.
lintacious lintacious 9 years
it's definitely useful, but it's a voluntary thing. so it's only as helpful as someone willing to use it. plus it looks kinda lame.
balisane balisane 9 years
Very similar device (only not pink) has been available in the US for at least twenty years. Look in any catalog catering to retired people. Usually costs about five or ten bucks.
LuciLu LuciLu 9 years
it's a good idea.... but very geeky
tundrababe tundrababe 9 years
I don't know if it's chic, but I've got narcolepsy and that would come in handy!
Lovely_Ess Lovely_Ess 9 years
I think its cool. I don't know how well it would go over in a classroom though because teachers don't really like it when you have any trace of a phone or something that looks like it on you or on at all during class. But it would definitely help for those 8AMs when you just can't keep your eyes open or your head up...
staceyleeroberts staceyleeroberts 9 years
These types of devises have been around a long time. Most geared toward drivers and not marketed the same. Truckers and such have used them for years.
jen22 jen22 9 years
I could use this in some of my classes. :)
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 9 years
I THINK IT WOULD GET ON MY NERVES... and i'd eventually take it off throw it across the room and sleep :ZZZ: if i'm sleepy enough no man shall stop me!
Linny Linny 9 years
A couple months ago I had some sleep problems and every time I got in the car I got really sleepy and actually dozed off a few times. I could have used this then.
han2 han2 9 years
really cool !
haydee haydee 9 years
that's really cool to have!
Karla-Sugar Karla-Sugar 9 years
I guess if it keeps people from falling asleep at the wheel it's a good thing. One girl at my school was driving home after not sleeping, studying, finals -- fell asleep at the wheel, crashed, and broke both her arms. Thank goodness it wasn't worse and she didn't hurt anyone else!
bustacat97 bustacat97 9 years
It looks pretty tacky, but it might be useful for studying all night long!
plumwd plumwd 9 years
I remember something like this when I was a kid. It's not that new and kinda weird.
Jennifer_2sugar Jennifer_2sugar 9 years
I think its geeky :nerdboy:
MuffinGal MuffinGal 9 years
A crash would wake you before that gadget could. I wouldn't wear it!
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