Best home decor products according to redditors

We found 11,326 Reddit comments discussing the best home decor products. We ranked the 6,389 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Indoor fountains & accessories
Decorative pillows, inserts & covers
Candle & candleholders
Picture frames
Area rugs, runners & pads
Window treatments
Photo albums & accessories
Home fragrance products
Home decor accents
Window treatment hardware
Outdoor doormats
Home decor gift packages
Artificial plants & flowers
Baby keepsake products
Under door draft stoppers
Vase fillers
Oil lamps & accessories
Window stickers & films

Top Reddit comments about Home D‚cor Products:

u/Dontreadmudamuser · 132 pointsr/Art
u/BioExe · 119 pointsr/oddlysatisfying
u/Blastercorps · 52 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

One of these. Slowly amps up the light until you realize you're awake. As opposed to "EH EH EH EH EH" and cursing the world. There are cheaper ones from other companies, different models that do bird sounds too, etc.

u/EinDenker · 52 pointsr/de

Meine Orgonite Akasha Säule hat mich vor allen Auswirkungen geschützt, hier war es ruhig.

u/Rcrimi2009 · 45 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

Got my son a sonic alert alarm because he sleeps like the dead. Did the trick.

u/Spaceguy5 · 42 pointsr/CrazyIdeas

My favorite alarm clock design is one that, if you wait too long to hit snooze, launches a disk into the air, and the only way to turn the alarm off is to re-insert the disk.

Although it has really shitty reviews, lol

And then there's this one that jumps off your nightstand and rolls around the room until you catch it and turn it off o.-;

u/SheaRVA · 38 pointsr/Parenting

You can move his bedtime a little later to shift his clock (might take a while to take effect) or shorten his naptimes a little bit so he's more tired at night.

You can also start teaching him to stay in bed, even when awake, with a certain kind of clock:

This one is yellow when it's still time to sleep and then glows green when it's time to get up. No need for him to be able to tell time, just let him know that he needs to stay quiet in his bed until the light turns green.

u/whoop_there_she_is · 34 pointsr/AskWomen

This beautiful/horrific incense burner. Its now a very ridiculous centerpiece at the bong station in my living room.

u/literal-hitler · 33 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

As a heavy sleeper I sympathize. I am essentially not conscious when making the decision to hit the snooze button.

Maybe try one of those bright daylight alarms and see if it can wake you up as the first alarm?

There are also alarms that have an attachment that shakes your bed to wake you up, but I find those can be worse, since beds usually sit on floors, and are made of conductive materials. YMMV

u/cypressgreen · 32 pointsr/LifeProTips

We just bought my husband's nephew a flying alarm clock. boy, are they going to hate us!

u/lucifernox · 32 pointsr/nostalgia

This was one of the "sponsored related products" to those, wtf???

u/SillyGoosey · 30 pointsr/Kanye

Here you go everyone! The name is "MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)" on Amazon.

u/mooseOnPizza · 28 pointsr/relationship_advice

Solution: Get a deaf alarm!

I have the same problem as your fiancée and when I used my phone alarm, it made my roommate go nuts. I use a deaf alarm now and it has improved the situation a lot!

A deaf alarm is basically an alarm clock has a vibrating pod connected to it. You put the pod under your pillow or mattress (depending on how strong you want to feel the vibration under your head). It makes some noise but negligible compared to a normal alarm and it will wake you up in an instant.

The one I use is called Sonic Boom. They have different varieties in case you find the look tacky. You can set the clock such that it only uses the vibrating pod and doesn’t make any alarm sounds.

Your problem seems to be common and has a pretty good technical solution that involves little compromise from both parties. You should def check out the deaf alarm clock. It’s only called that because deaf people can’t use noise/sounds to wake them up.

Good luck!

u/Andreas1101 · 28 pointsr/Competitiveoverwatch
u/stellastellamaris · 28 pointsr/relationship_advice

He's an adult, he needs to figure out how to wake up. Is he hard of hearing? Maybe a vibrating alarm would help? ( Or setting his phone to vibrate under his pillow or setting an alarm on a wrist-band FitBit or similar?

Is there another bedroom you could sleep in, so he wouldn't bother you and you could get the sleep you need?

u/alevogel · 27 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing

You can buy it here

u/MilchreisMann412 · 25 pointsr/de

> Den Goldenen Aluhut empfinde er als Trophäe, denn Verschwörungen seien real, sagt Lejeune auf der Bühne.

Alter, dieser Tüp...

Edit: Der Wilhelm Reich, auf den er kurz eingeht ist übrigens der "Entdecker" der Orgons... Das, aus dem diese Säulen und so sind.

u/humanCPengineer · 22 pointsr/deaf

Yep! There's a solution for you.

Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Extra-Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Red Flashing Alert Lights and a Powerful Bed Shaker

This is a bed shaker, it slides under your mattress and it will wake you up. It also has a really loud alarm and flashing lights, but I've always just used the shaker.

u/DishsoapOnASponge · 22 pointsr/GradSchool

I've forced myself to become a morning person during my last semester (the first of my PhD) for the same reasons you mentioned. I made small changes that didn't make it easy, but made it tolerable.

For one, I got a light alarm clock. This one goes on sale regularly, wait and you can get it for $40. It starts filling the room with light for 30 minutes before the back-up sound alarm goes off (which you cannot adjust on this model, but it starts quietly and gets louder). Light usually does not wake me up or keep me awake, but this thing makes your room brighter than the goddamn sun. I find that I wake up easier, probably because something something circadian rhythms sunrise something something.

Once I drag my ass out of bed, I also turn on a light therapy lamp on my desk while I eat breakfast and browse Reddit. This also makes it easier to move around in the morning, and helps with seasonal depression as well.

I'll be honest here, some of these things might be the placebo effect (which of course is still an effect, so I don't really care). My advice is to try various forms of light therapy, but to get things with a money-back guarantee and give it a few weeks to see how things are going. :)

A few weeks into doing this stuff and waking up early, I even started going to the gym in the morning (even though I hate gyms, and mornings) and I've found that it a) wakes me up, and b) makes me feel like one of those obnoxiously productive people who go to the gym in the mornings.

Edit: Still have to figure out how to drag my butt out of bed on a good time on weekends though. It seems like I either wake up at 5am or 11am. Still working on this :)

u/bullit85 · 22 pointsr/de

Das liegt an den Chemtrails, ich empfehle die bewährte [Akasha-Säule] (

u/ZionIsFat · 20 pointsr/PardonMyTake

I'll sleep 12+ hours straight and still sleep through my alarm clock. I'm in my 30s now and I thought I'd grow out of it but it still happens. I've been to multiple doctors to check for sleep apnea. I slept through a fire alarm at college. I have this Sonic Bomb alarm clock that is really fucking loud, as well as a strobe light hooked up to an outlet timer.

It sucks and it's embarrassing when I lived with a roommate, so I just skipped all my morning classes in college so that I wouldn't wake up my roommate every morning. I know I'm not just being lazy, but I guess you just know better than me though.

u/BNSquash · 20 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

I saw that but my thoughts are why even bother selling it? It just seems like a bad idea as it really shows how overpriced your products are/how stingy you are as a company. I can go to MAC and get a free sample of foundation that will last me a week, or spend $1 on a Shiro sample that will last me a month.

It's honestly just such a bad deal it seems like a joke.

u/ado010 · 20 pointsr/getdisciplined

Here is what I found while procrastinating (still working on it). If, instead, you're a broke motherfucker like me, there are alarm apps for Android that slowly raise the alarm volume over X period of time so it doesn't jolt you awake. Mine begins barely noticeable, and eventually will start vibrating if I ignore the alarm for 10 or so minutes.

Bonus too, if you sleep by yourself, some of these apps can track your sleep movement, and wake you up at the right time based on if you're in REM sleep or not.

u/futurepersonified · 18 pointsr/FrankOcean

amazon my guy

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/1-more · 17 pointsr/Fitness

Lifting weekdays: alarm at 5, caffeine pill, whizz, back to bed until 5:30 alarm (Philips light alarm clock gradually lights up from like 5 to 5:30, at 5:28 "Teenage Dirtbag" plays from my computer requiring a password to stop.)

Gym clothes already laid out on top of work shoes. Put thems on. Grab studiously packed bag (containing running shoes, lifting shoes, work clothes, lifting belt, watch, cash, ). Walk 5 minutes to gym eating a 'nanner. Change into running shoes. Foam roll, static stretch, dynamic stretch, change into lifting shoes and grab belt, Weaklifts. Finish and change back into work shoes. Stop at a deli and get all the breakfast that fits into a foil container (that's like a pound of food: mostly eggs, some taters, two sausage patties, a few strips of bacon, all the Sriracha) for $4.50. Subway to work. Shower at work (we have a shower and locker room) and change into work clothes. At my desk by about 9:15.

u/Farts_McGiggles · 16 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Yes, but the tradeoff is not being able to use a normal alarm clock, so instead we... Or at least I use a special one that has a vibrating thing you put under the mattress. Similar to this.

u/BillKuhnel · 16 pointsr/BuyItForLife
u/Aaronf989 · 16 pointsr/pics

There is someone who posted another link for these, but they are still 350+. I think that is ridiculous. It shouldnt cost that much for a clock
Edit: 65 dollars

u/chadcf · 15 pointsr/shittyrobots

It's the only thing that woke my teenage son up. Fair warning though, it's ridiculously loud and will wake up everyone else in the house too.

u/FlipStik · 15 pointsr/pics
u/DonMcCauley · 15 pointsr/LifeProTips

Philips Wake-up Light with Sunrise Simulation alarm clock, White HF3500/60

This is the one I have, searching "light alarm clock" on amazon will give you cheaper options that probably work just as well.

u/Xiphos462 · 14 pointsr/TheRedPill

I like to go to work early because I get out early and can get to the gym, shop for groceries before the crowds. I found the difference between waking for work and on the weekends only varied by an hour. Yet i was tired and wanted to snooze for work. On weekends I woke naturally and was never tired. I realized that I was waking up naturally to the sunlight.

So i bought this alarm clock that simulates natural light and since I've gotten it no more waking for work tired, no snoozing. Coffee not necessary to stay awake on the job.

u/ninvertigo · 13 pointsr/funny

But after about the first week of working flawlessly, just like sourklout said it just becomes a buzzing massage. :(

u/TheStateImIn · 13 pointsr/starbucks

The sonic boom alarm clock. Shakes your whole bed. Is annoying as fuck. Trained me to be a morning person.

u/PantheraPardus · 13 pointsr/GetMotivated

This is my alarm clock. It's an alarm clock on wheels, allows you to snooze once, and then actually will roll off your bed stand and wheel away. It is the world's most obnoxious way to wake up, the sound is deafening and terrifying. But, it's effective. This little fucker will hide under my bed wailing away with its beeping noises for 15 minutes until I get up and get a broom to get him out. I hate him... but it works.

u/zalapa89 · 12 pointsr/funny
u/sennotar · 12 pointsr/blogsnark

Product Reviews, Winter Edition:

  • Phillips Wake-Up Light. Actual game-changer. I am a morning person, but when the dark-until-7:30am mornings drag on, I struggle. This has really changed how my wakeups feel.

  • Uniqlo Jeans. Stretchy, supportive fabric. Normal human person washes. 33 inch inseam! $60 in Canada, which is about as much as I feel like spending on jeans that my beleaguered thighs will just burn through in a few months.

  • Figuring out my skin routine which, for me, looks like this: CeraVe cleanser, Paula's Choice AHA/BHA exfoliant, The Ordinary HA+B5, Paula's Choice Ultralight SPF Hydrating fluid. My giant pores are less obvious and my skin looks radiant and healthy. I also drink a shit-ton of water which probably helps?
u/LanceLowercut · 12 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I get up at 5:30am everyday and this is the key. The way to make getting up easiest is go to bed early (obviously), im usually in bed by 10 at the very latest. Some people try to find a shortcut perse but an early bedtime is really the only option. Another thing I have found is do not snooze. If you get in the habit of snoozing it just snowballs to more snoozing and you'll be even more tired. 10 minutes of you laying there isnt going to make it any easier, and if you do fall asleep getting up will be even harder the second time.

I do have a little more trouble getting up in the winter mainly because I wake up in the dark so I bought a sun light alarm clock which brightens up the room gradually before the alarm.

u/bebeschtroumph · 11 pointsr/running

You could get the alarm clock that runs away from you.

u/ABCforCharlie · 11 pointsr/toddlers

We own this one:

Upside: 'green means go' is a mantra that our 2 year old gets.

Downside: it only stays green for 30 mins, so if your LO sleeps in, and misses the green window, you're all SOL.

u/J-Stan · 11 pointsr/funkopop
u/AnonymousMaleZero · 10 pointsr/Parenting

This worked incredibly well for us and now he’s sleeping longer too. Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light we’ve had 3 early wake ups (he had reasons) in 6 weeks so I call it a win.

u/franks_futura · 10 pointsr/FrankOcean

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/TrialAndAaron · 10 pointsr/DesignPorn

You don't have to stand close enough to see the links. The numbers are the visual marker! This isn't meant to give a perfect to the minute time. Just like those word clocks aren't meant to be. No one would say "Oh that would be better if it had every possible time on it" because that's not the point of it. This clock gives you a rough time frame and is more or less a piece of functional art. No one should be using this to give you the ability to tell time within 10 minutes.

u/Nacho_Papi · 9 pointsr/pics

I'm not deaf but I'm a very heavy sleeper. I need to get myself one of these.

u/Falcon9857 · 9 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/stephja · 9 pointsr/Mommit

Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light

u/RhinestoneTaco · 9 pointsr/ChapoTrapHouse

I could never get up early very well until about three years ago, when my dad had to retire for health reasons and gave me this alarm clock he used.

It's one of those ones that glows brighter and brighter leading up to the alarm going off. In the last three years, the alarm itself has woken me up maaaybe five times. The light is always what woke me up, which is a nice gentle way of getting up.

I know it sounds like essential-oils voodoo bullshit, but I swear this clock rewired my brain into a morning person. I essentially only use the clock as a backup now, I set it for 6:30 a.m. but my brain is up about 6 a.m. anyway.

u/pompouspug · 9 pointsr/de

Schaust du hier

> Durch seinen einzigartigen Aufbau ist es in der Lage Orgon, Lebensenergie, zu sammeln und in die Atmosphäre abzugeben. Dadurch können energetische Verschmutzungen (Chemtrails) des Himmels und der gesamten Umgebung durch die einströmende Lebensenergie harmonisiert werden. Wird eine Akasha Säule an einem Ort aufgestellt, dauert es nicht lange bis durch die einströmende, gereinigte Lebensenergie ein Wohlfühlfaktor und Harmonie an diesem Ort erzeugt wird.

Für nur schlappe 4500€ kannst auch DU dich vor Chemtrails schützen

u/DekKato · 8 pointsr/DMToolkit

I have a half dozen or so boxes of tiles, as well as a bunch of the Paizo map packs. They're one of my primary map tools.

So first off, I got one of these collections of basic terrain mats. They work with the corresponding tileset really well. I use the mat as the base, then put tiles on top for detail. Anything that I don't have a mini or tile for I just draw onto the mat.

I usually set them up before the game, take a picture, then set them aside to quickly assemble when my players get to the location. If they already know whereabouts they're going, I'll leave it set up because it doesn't really give anything away like a basic town setup. I've learned the tiles pretty well at this point so I can quickly put stuff together at this point if they take a sudden left turn.

u/holysaturationbatman · 8 pointsr/LifeProTips

Get the Sonic Bomb alarm clock. Its gentle 113 decibels will lull you awake with roughly the same caress as a power saw or snowmobile. The vibrating attachment is like a refreshing back massage, a great way to start the day.

u/LeEthOven77 · 8 pointsr/deaf

Something like this works like a charm. She just has to put the vibrating thingy under the mattress, or under the sheets.

EDIT : if she has hearing roommates, she can have the sound disabled by simply putting it to zero.

u/Teerlys · 8 pointsr/relationships

They make pretty high decibel alarm clocks. I've used a 110 decibel alarm clock in the past when I had trouble waking up, and they should definitely get through ear plugs. It could be a happy medium for you. Ear plugs to let you sleep, loud enough alarm clock to get you through the night. If they complain, you can just be honest in that their noise is to the point where you need ear plugs if you want to get any sleep so you need a louder alarm clock.

Edit: And if you want some revenge along with it, you can go for something Evil or insanity inducing. When they come back in stock anyway.

u/HarleyQ · 8 pointsr/breakingmom

Get him a rolling alarm clock if he’s waking up and turning alarms off this one rolls away so he has to get out of bed to turn it off.

u/LordMudkip · 8 pointsr/pics

Probably refererring to something like this

Supposed to make your poop smell like roses or something.

u/kandoras · 8 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes
u/dandanmichaelis · 8 pointsr/toddlers

I bought one online about a year ago. It’s this little alien looking clock, very cute. Here’s the link. It had a nightlight, ok to wake light timer, nap timer. We have only used the okay to wake light when she was waking up wayyyyyy too early. She has since stopped that so we don’t used that anymore but she loves her clock. It’s funny. I’ll ask her what time it is and she’ll run upstairs and grab her clock and bring it down.

u/iliketoeatwatermelon · 8 pointsr/funkopop

Thanks! The risers are these ones from Amazon, and the cabinet is in front of a window so it's actually just natural light coming through.

u/tebee · 8 pointsr/de

Dagegen hab' ich doch schon eine Orgonit Säule.

Chemtrails kommen bei mir nicht mehr ins Haus!

u/SchindetNemo · 8 pointsr/600euro

Die Alternative zum Essig ist recht teuer

u/koalaberries · 7 pointsr/AskReddit

Honestly, ear plugs are going to be your best (and cheapest) solution. You can get 200 pairs for $20.

These ones will block out practically all sound. For me the problem is that they are a bit uncomfortable and they also block out audible alarm clocks.

These are the ones that I settled on. They are perfect because they are low density, so I can't feel them at all when I am wearing them. They block out 90% of noises, but still let my audible alarm clock through.

When I use the first earplugs I linked, I use this alarm clock that vibrates the bed, that way I don't have to worry about hearing the alarm. It also works wonders.

(Note: If you think you can't sleep with earplugs in, please try the green ones. I need everything to be very specific/comfortable or I can't fall asleep, and I don't notice that I'm wearing the green ones at all.)

u/good-sasquatch · 7 pointsr/unpopularopinion

I'm a college student, and during the year I was an absolute mess. I am also an extremely heavy sleeper, so if I went to bed late, I would almost definitely sleep through my classes. Now I have a 8-4:30 job for the summer which makes things a lot easier. I usually watch TV, do my bedtime routine (brush teeth, wash face, etc.), then go on my phone for a bit until i turn it off around 10:15/10:30. If I really need to get to bed quickly I will take melatonin, but my real secret is this guy. I used the bed shaker for a bit, but now I just put it on the other side of my room. I open my shades the first time I snooze it and sit on my phone until the next time the alarm goes off, which is when I start my morning. It helps that I don't want to wake up the whole rest of my floor since this thing is so loud, so it definitely motivates me to get up quick!

u/ffcoke · 7 pointsr/EngineeringStudents
u/brijjen · 7 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

This alarm jumps off your table and rolls away, so the only way to turn it off is to chase it around and catch it. :)

u/InfernalWedgie · 7 pointsr/AskWomen

Poo-Pourri. Also, turn up the TV before you go in.

u/Celestelle · 7 pointsr/relationship_advice

My fiance and I used to work opposite shifts and I was worried about waking him up with my alarm when we were making plans of living together. So I looked into these

I never bought because right before we moved in together he was offered the day shift :-)

Edit: a word

u/rmill3r · 7 pointsr/cigars

Everyone's giving you advice about shrugging it off and going the tuppedor route, but I think the thing you're missing here is that you bought this thing and if it happened in transit then you should call them about getting a new one or at least a refund. I have this one and while its certainly nothing amazing, it's a humidor and its working just fine. I struggled with the rh at first because I simply didn't understand it but now it's fine and looks pretty classy....the only downside is that I discovered cbid, so now I have like 50 sticks coming in...for my "50"-count humidor....which is already filled with about 30.

First world problems...amirite?

u/Habitrail · 7 pointsr/ADHD


u/TRexCantDab · 7 pointsr/SeattleWA

Might I suggest getting a wake up light?

I bought one a couple of years ago because I got blackout blinds for my bedroom for the summer months, which lead to a VERY dark room in the winter mornings.

A wake up light honestly changed how I feel about mornings now. I used to absolutely dread waking up because it took my forever to get energized for the day. Now it's actually kind of nice to wake up to a simulated sunrise.

u/Ozmorty · 7 pointsr/melbourne

We have one of these suckers:

The whole gradually getting brighter until its a seething ball of light-fuelled hate glaring balefully through your eyelids to the back of your skull, is genuinely a brilliant thing for getting you out of bed before the screeching of a thousand vengeful harpies screams like a medical klaxon if you are still hiding in bed after 30 minutes.
(And we just use a small plug adapter as the transformer supports 100-240v)

u/himynameisjona182 · 7 pointsr/Blink182

I bought the frame on Amazon.
Here's the link in case someone is interested:

MCS Deluxe Record Album Frame, 25 by 16.5-Inch, Black Finish

u/frrmack · 7 pointsr/pics

Here is an inexpensive imitation on amazon (the much higher quality original is $350 - $1000 depending on size, this is $60 for 8"x8")

u/polytop · 7 pointsr/de

Schlecht! Gegen die Chemtrails haben sie nämlich nichts unternommen. Dabei sind die gerade für Kinder besonders gefährlich und man kann sich leicht davor schützen. ^/s

u/fatmike182 · 7 pointsr/Austria

haha! Bitte einreichen!
Ein highlight bisher auch dieses Chemtrail-Reinigungs-Ding

u/Bouhuysxxx · 7 pointsr/funkopop

Try these.
2 Pack 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Risers Clear by Combination of Life

I can fit about 5 on each shelf and then whatever you want to put on the bottom shelf that it's sitting on

u/theeandroid · 7 pointsr/amiibo

Amazon 2 packs

u/Brese · 6 pointsr/pics

Being mostly deaf. I have a super loud alarm clock. Pets go wild/wife gets cranky when it goes off early.

u/sebert14 · 6 pointsr/ADHD

My husband also has ADD and is an absolute disaster in the morning. I try not to complain, but it's hard. But, we have some things that have truly helped ease the burden on both of us.

  1. My husband has a terrible time waking up. We bought a Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock with Bed Shaker. This is damn near impossible to sleep through.

  2. Once awake, my husband is so out of it and has NO sense of time and how much time has passed. He kept running late because he would stay in the shower too long, as 20 minutes only felt like 5 to him. We got two shower clocks and put one in the shower and one next to the vanity.

  3. We added a (small entry way mail basket]( with hooks for his wallet and our keys. Make sure they get put there as he enters the home each day.

  4. Plan ahead. My husband takes a mug of iced coffee each morning and his lunch for the day. I make sure to make sure this is ready the night before or as he's in the shower, depending on my own schedule. My husband wears essentially the same thing each day, but if your husband needs to select an outfit daily, do it the night before.

  5. He keeps his medicine in his nightstand (medicine cabinet is not the best idea with guests/ children/ maintenance employees in our apartment.

    Finally, the mess. I don't think there will ever be a perfect answer for this. My husband's thing is he works in IT and ALWAYS thinks he'll need this part/ cord/ software book for a random issue in the future. He also starts many projects and doesn't complete them before moving on to the next thing. It takes a lot of communication to let him know to get this out of the way or I'm throwing it away. It's also really hard at the moment because we moved from a rental house in the suburbs to an apartment in the city and we just don't have enough room for everything. If you figure this out, I'd love to know your secret.

u/GiantQuokka · 6 pointsr/nottheonion

Consider an alarm with a bed shaker. I use this one.

I wish it were a bit louder with an air raid siren tone, but it gets the job done.

u/rhondapiper · 6 pointsr/relationships

I use this to get up, it's superloud with adjustable pitch and has a bed shaker and a flashing light, and I can set the snooze timer down to as little as 1 minute: If it fails to wake me for a few days, I set up a second clock across the room that I have to get up to turn off. If both of these fail to awaken me, this is my own fault, not my partner's. But, if a simple phone call will wake her, why can't she set a phone alarm anyway?

It's not in any way your job to wake her up unless she's paying you to do it. This shouldn't be an issue for the two of you as it is not your responsibility to wake her.

If she literally is unable to wake on her own, as you have stated, then she needs medical attention, not coddling.

u/CyriusBloodbane · 6 pointsr/funny

Haha well let me expand on it.

I definitely hear it, and definitely respond to it. The problem is that it is not 'Awake me' responding to it. I will shut it off, hit that snooze button, etc, without the memories ever actually forming or what I would consider consciousness happening.


Its also ONLY 113db
This bad lad

u/fiercebaldguy · 6 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

Okay, so I am pretty sure you are just me writing from the past, because I have had the exact same problem... BUT luckily for you, I have determined a series of solutions!

  • First, go to bed on time. It doesn't seem like it would make that much of a difference, but it really does. (You might want to try the website for determining the exact time to wake up/fall asleep. I haven't seen astounding differences like some will tout, but I do notice some kind of difference.)

  • Secondly, there are a couple alarm clocks I could recommend:

    1.) The Alarmy app
    is one that requires you to get up and take a picture of something in your house/apartment in order to disable the alarm. It is super helpful to me but it does have the tendency to be a bit buggy sometimes (and not got off), so be forewarned...

    2.) I have a Clocky alarm as well and it is also pretty effective. It is one of those alarms that rolls off your nightstand and hides. And it certainly does make the most God-awful, absolutely un-ignorable sound in the world, so there's no danger of sleeping through that.

    So that's my collection of knowledge at the moment. Hopefully it helps!

u/SassyTeacupPrincess · 6 pointsr/rant

lpWould a silent alarm clock help? She can wear it on her wrist, it vibrates to wake her up.

u/nikkorizz · 6 pointsr/toddlers

Have you tried one of those [toddler alarm clocks](OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light 20 months old should be old enough for them to understand the color change and when it's time to get up.

For black out curtains, In our case, we had to cover up the windows with dark paper in addition to curtains to get full black out.

u/pcbzelephant · 6 pointsr/Parenting

Sorry your going through this but with that said my daughter never slept more than a hour or two at a time until she was about 4 months old. Usually her pattern was sleep a hour then up a hour all during the day and then at night she sleep a hour from 9-10 and be up from 10pm-1am and then sleep 1am-3am and then start the up a hour and then sleep a hour. It was pure hell. Some babies just don't sleep well. Mine also wouldn't sleep unless held while I sat up or in a rock n play(id try one of these in your case it could Possibly help). she hated the bassinet and crib with a passion. Luckily I didn't have another child to deal with since she's my first and only. I also would go downstairs with her at night so the hubby could sleep and I'd sleep when he was done with work from 4pm-10pm because that was the only time I could get sleep! Also don't stress too much it will get better like I said 4 months was our turning point and by 10 months she was sleeping 7pm-7am without waking and still does at almost 2! I'd also work with the older child to stay in their room until at least 6am so you can all get sleep. They make special clocks that tell children when it's time to wake maybe get one for the older toddler! Here's a link to one of your interested

u/ratherbesleeping · 6 pointsr/BabyBumps
u/Jenyjaykay · 6 pointsr/toddlers

We have the OK to Wake and it has worked really well for our 3 year old. It has a night light that turns off after the set time. We use that as her reading timer; when the light turns off she has to go to sleep. It also has a green light that will turn on when it is ok to get out of bed. This works both on the nap timer and in the morning.

u/Keyrole · 6 pointsr/productivity

Yeah basically what u/gormand0 linked

I have a bit cheaper version because I’m broke and wasn’t sure if this would work for me. Turns out even this version helped me out a lot.

u/patago911 · 6 pointsr/FrankOcean

I actually got it on Amazon here's a link if you want it.

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/Water_In_A_Cup1 · 6 pointsr/hiphopvinyl

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/karspearhollow · 6 pointsr/funkopop

Probably this one.

u/mangoldm · 6 pointsr/amiibo

1 2

u/SilentHush1 · 6 pointsr/funkopop

NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75)

u/AdamBlue · 6 pointsr/starwarscollecting But, if there's something better, I'm all ears. This gets the job done, but I feel like there could be something better.

u/setsomethingablaze · 5 pointsr/videos
u/Nestvura · 5 pointsr/anime

To clarify, the basswood box and the Kikkerland Music Box Kit come separately, I forgot to take some photos before I attached them. Sorry for the potential confusion!

Here's a timelapse video of drawing the box cover.

And here's a demonstration of the music box. Some notes are definitely off, but I'll fix them once I get more music strips.

If anyone's interested in making their own, you can buy the music box kit it here . Please note that it cannot play sharps or flat, and that you should transpose music to C-note before punching holes into the strip.

Music Box Composer by Jelly Biscuits will save you a lot of time (~$15 for the full version) since it allows you to print notes on strips and you can just punch the holes. I only experimented with the trial version to test some notes, so it's better to just check out the site.

u/UserLymm · 5 pointsr/adventuretime

Just go to Love Tree Point and find the one Justin made for Betsy!

In all seriousness, I've made a custom music box using this:

Might not be exactly what you're looking for but possibly the best way to get one.

u/horriblemonkey · 5 pointsr/apple
u/waywardgirl25 · 5 pointsr/deaf

What have you tried?
I have this one and have used it for several years now.
It shakes, flashes lights, and can make noise, too.
sonic boom

u/Gorilla1969 · 5 pointsr/bestoflegaladvice

Try this.

u/RugerRedhawk · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife
u/slagatronic · 5 pointsr/TooAfraidToAsk

Ehhh, I can't say you're in the wrong. It is kinda shitty if you know its gonna be a rumblesome digestive process. I would suggest discussing with boss or higher ups because it's not fair to punish someone for having stomach issues.

but also This stuff works WONDERS kinda mutual agreement, if you will. You can continue to blow shit up, planning to do so. so long as you spray that a couple times right before you go. I was legitimately surprised how well it worked

u/tlgnome24 · 5 pointsr/AdviceAnimals
u/m1asma · 5 pointsr/GetMotivated

Well first off, there's this
Secondly, there's this
Third, and my personal favorite is this

u/GldRush98 · 5 pointsr/raspberry_pi
u/chipmunk7000 · 5 pointsr/cigars

I bought mine from amazon and it has been amazing. I had to make a second divider for it but that's just a preference thing. Here's a link to the one I bought(I think its just the first one that comes up when you search 'humidor'): This is the one

It holds humidity well and only costs $30. I don't know what size you're looking for, but this is a great one

u/Hunji · 5 pointsr/pics

Got this clock as a Christmas gift (Amazon link).

u/dollheads · 5 pointsr/toddlers

We got this one for our daughter when she turned two, and we’ve been using it for about eight months. It took a while for her to grasp the concept of it (“green means go/wake up time” or “if you wake up and there’s no green light, it’s still sleep time”) but for the most part, it works for us. We still remind her every night when we say our goodnights (“good night/sweet dreams/see you when the clock turns green”), just to stay consistent.

I do get up earlier than her wake up time, and on days where she does wake up before the clock, I do see her just hanging out in her bed and waiting for the green light.

u/roofuskit · 5 pointsr/Parenting

There are two things.

First, this clock might help as she doesn't need to tell time to tell when it's OK to wake up. The clock optional though.

Second and most important, when she comes into your room during sleep time, you take her by the hand and without saying one word you walk her back to bed. Don't look at her and don't talk to her. If you do that consistently and warn her ahead of time that's how it will be, eventually she will stop coming into your room for attention she knows she won't get. Explain that she isn't to get out of bed except to go potty or when you wake her up (or her new clock lights up if you purchase that). It's vital that you are consistent with this new rule. Any inconsistency and it will be a failure.

My son came into our room every night for a short while. We tried this and it was huge success. But again, consistency is key. It also takes a bit of patience.

u/LikeADrearyImmortal · 5 pointsr/Narcolepsy

I've started using a light alarm clock and I find it really helps. The light gradually turns on starting 30 min before the alarm is set for, then when it goes off it's at full brightness. I find I wake up a bit with the light and it gives me time to work myself into fully waking up when the alarm sounds.

Philips HF3500/60 Wake-Up Light

u/Karebare665 · 5 pointsr/blogsnark

Have you considered getting a Phillip's sunrise simulator alarm? It gradually becomes brighter for 30 minutes before your alarm goes off so you wake up naturally. It also has a regular alarm that goes off too. I have the basic model but there are fancier ones you can get.

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

u/Jerks_took_my_name · 5 pointsr/Fitness

Get a light alarm. I have this one and it's fucking amazing, especially since the sun doesn't rise until around 9 am right now.

(PS: I don't know why it's so expensive. My fiancee bought ours and I didn't ask the price but I refuse to believe she spent $700 on it)

EDIT: Asked the future-wife. She bought for around $70. We're guessing maybe it's discontinued or something, there are newer models for $130 like this one or $50 for this one.

u/alittlegnome · 5 pointsr/Advice

Try the Screaming Meanie. Truck drivers use it to wake up because their sleep schedules and pretty much everything about truck driving makes it both very difficult and very important to wake up. It has the added bonus of being portable.

There's also the Sonic Boom Bedshaker Alarm Clock, which is made my a manufacturer of alarm clocks for deaf people. It wakes you up by vibrating your bed and, optionally, beeping really loudly (not as horrible as the meanie though, and more precise volume adjustments.) I have one of these and it works great!

I've also seen the SmartShaker, which is a Bedshaker that connects to your phone via Bluetooth. Personally haven't tried it and I doubt that something that runs on batteries could shake me awake, however, but it could be worth a try.

If you have trouble with going back to bed after waking up to an alarm or turning off alarms in your sleep, I recommend getting an app that requires you to take pictures or scan barcodes. If you need the phone's ringer to be louder for the alarm, try hooking it up to a speaker.

You might also consider getting an old fashioned [Analogue Alarm Clock]( Those fuckers are loud and percussive and and don't have a snooze button. There's nothing like actual metal clanging together to wake you up in the morning.

If you have some money to spend, maybe a Sunlight simulation alarm would work for you. It simulates the gradual rising of the sun, but at whatever time you need the sun to rise and without having to leave your blinds open at night, with street lights bothering you and such.

Finally, I've found that the very best way for me to wake up is for my husband (or anybody really) to bring me a cup of tea. He can get still-mostly-asleep me to sit up and take the tea, and then I have to wake most of the way up to avoid spilling hot liquid all over myself, and then I fully wake up as I drink it. Obviously, this one is dependent on living with another person and having morning schedules that work together, which may not work for you.

Anyways, as a fellow heavy sleeper, I give you all I know about not sleeping through being a functioning member of society. :)

u/jbBU · 5 pointsr/medicalschool

If you're not already, try and keep good sleep hygiene.
I also use one of these illuminating alarm clocks and it has helped me improve wakefulness.
The last thing I'll say is that I wouldn't assume working EM doesn't necessitate switching sleep cycles (except in residency which is probably the case with most residencies). If you're willing to go out of major metros, you can probably get good terms on your contract and work how you want to work.

u/kapinswaifu · 5 pointsr/MacMiller
u/MegaNovaFilms · 5 pointsr/Eminem

Frame was $27 on Amazon

u/HeyitzClay · 5 pointsr/amiibo

Not sure of the dimension of your cabinet but these will really make your collection pop.

u/SoratanoBaka · 5 pointsr/AnimeFigures
u/BugbiteSwords · 5 pointsr/grandorder

The stand appears to be one of these.

u/leftyandzesty · 5 pointsr/de

Ich glaub der Junge brauch mal ne Akasha-Säule.

u/Ecuagirl · 5 pointsr/amiibo

Deltof are used by many amiibo collectors. You're right about the best use of space though. Three tier racks help with that issue

u/tsubom33 · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I bloody hate this thing. It's the only thing that actually wakes me. The vibration part died a couple years ago, but over 5 years later, it's still working and making me hate my life at that damn annoying sound. Snooze is every 10 minutes and is as excruciating as the last alarm you tried to stop.

u/ThatUsernameWasTaken · 4 pointsr/answers

I have the same problem. I've turned off and physically broken alarm clocks while asleep, had conversations about how "no, I'm totally awake and getting up," for half an hour straight, etc. My unconscious self will do or say anything to stay asleep.

I've had some luck with the "sonic bomb" alarm clock. Super friggin' loud, flashy lights, and a bed-shaker.

It hasn't been a perfect solution, but it's much better than any other alarm I've used. The bed-shaker is a surprisingly gentle way to wake up considering it's like having a vibrator under your pillow. I tend to actually be somewhat cognizant when waking up to it unlike traditional alarms. The flashy lights are pretty effective too when I'm not wearing a sleep mask, and the alarm is loud enough to cause hearing damage if you set it to full blast.

Also the alarm off buttons are pretty small while the snooze button is huge, so when I do unconsciously lash out at it I tend to hit snooze rather than turning it off completely.

I'm still a bit groggy getting up, but I do actually get up now... most of the time.

u/DanielDoesntExist · 4 pointsr/Advice

Say hello to the best $30 I've ever spent. Sonic Boom Alarm Clock

I recently moved into my college dorm and I always had trouble with alarm clocks. I would have to have them go off for thirty minutes to wake me up. Now I use this one without sound, only the vibration, and it wakes me up every time. It's a vibrating sphere under your mattress that goes off when your alarm goes off. You can of course use the very loud (adjustable) alarm as well, but I decided not to torture my roommate.

u/Dancin9Donuts · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

Set your alarm/phone to full volume and set it all across your room on the other side (or at least a good distance away) so you can still hear it but you have to get up to turn it off.

If that doesn't work, you could go for one of these things:

u/klaaaaatu · 4 pointsr/AskMen

if you don't want him to hear you: cover the water with a thin layer of toilet paper. when you go to the bathroom it won't make any sound. with this method it will stink more because it's on top and not in the water

if you don't want him to smell it: use a toilet spray like this one or this one. works like a charm.

u/las_nubes · 4 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

You mentioned that you're bringing Advil - have you ever tried starting it a day or two before the action starts? I've seen that strategy mentioned in a few threads lately (though nothing I saved, apparently - sorry!) and can't wait to try it next month. Poo Pourri is also amazing. It definitely saved me from inexplicably rushing my boyfriend out of our hotel room once lol. That said... while I feel it's just polite to eliminate any unpleasantness my period could cause others, periods are just something that happens. If someone can't handle seeing a well-wrapped pad (honestly why are they looking that closely at the bathroom garbage anyway), they need a reality check.

u/tragopanic · 4 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It's currently unavailable, but I've purchased NOTHING a few times. It makes a great gift for the person who has everything.

u/josefsalyer · 4 pointsr/funny
u/meesebyte · 4 pointsr/cigars

Link to the product on Amazon.

Humidor + 10 cigars for $30 (This does not seem to be the same humidor, but I ordered one and I'll see just how different they are.) This one is much better quality than the first one!

This is my first humidor, and I was impressed by the quality when it arrived. I would have expected something of this quality to be too rich for my blood.

In following the advice of a reviewer, I'm currently calibrating the hygrometer with salt water in a bag, and I'll charge it up with a shot glass of water tonight!

Edit: hygrometer is broken. It wasn't calibrated correctly, and the needle ceased to move (broke?) when I tried to adjust it. I've contacted the vendor to see if they'll send me a single hygrometer.

Edit2: I'm returning it to Amazon due to the broken hygrometer and buying the $30 + 10 cigars instead. Hopefully I have better luck with that one.

u/pdclkdc · 4 pointsr/Parenting

You might try one of those toddler alarm clocks, like this. Kids have no sense of time so they have no idea when they should be awake or asleep.

u/sienihemmo · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

Finland gets very little sunlight in the winter, so bright therapy lamps are popular here. You could try those.

Here's a quick example of such a lamp:

There are also alarm clock models if you want it to turn on as you're waking up, here's an example:

u/Sirikia · 4 pointsr/Showerthoughts

It exists, and not only does it exist, it also uses gradually increasing light as well as sound to wake you up.

Edit: It's down to 53 bucks on amazon

u/catonegg · 4 pointsr/funkopop

No problem! I'm using these. If you get the 2-pack you save a little bit per riser. Also each one comes with a little screwdriver. I now have 10 identical screwdrivers.

u/Neobobfalcon · 4 pointsr/funkopop

Not sure if that one is the same size but I use that same model for my amiibo display

Stair Display

u/Steffi128 · 4 pointsr/Austria

Mit gesalzenem Preis halt, aber das sollte ja auch passen, oder?

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/de

> Kann es sein das ich durch das Streitwasser irgendwie Schaden genommen habe oder so?

Ein paar Heilsteine sollten das fixen. Für hartnäckige Fälle empfehle ich immer die Orgonite Akasha Säule. Ist echt jeden Cent wert.

u/I_AM_A_SAILOR · 4 pointsr/funkopop


Combination of Life 2 Packs 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/Spongekabob · 4 pointsr/amiibo

The IKEA Detolf cabinet is really nice. Looks fantastic, and is very affordable, I believe its 60 bucks. Ive seen so also other collectors on this sub also use the detolf cabinet, and everyone ive talked to about it loves it as well. I also use some typical acrylic risers from Amazon. Makes it so each shelf can hold around 36 amiibo (4 shelves, 144 amiibo total).



NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75)

For the risers definitely get the 12 by 8.75.

I hope this helps! :)

u/kalzeth · 4 pointsr/starwarscollecting

I have both of these:
Acrylic Riser Stand Shelf for...

InterDesign Linus Spice Rack,...

u/crashsuit · 3 pointsr/cowboybebop

Same question was posted a couple of months ago. I'd love to know too, but other than fan-made one-offs, they don't appear to exist. The best advice in the last thread consisted of an instructable for a music box, plus a link to the sheet music for the melody. Here's the thread, if you're interested.

Edit: Here's a DIY music box kit I've seen sold on ThinkGeek and also used in several YouTube instructables. You have to punch out the score and build your own box, but it is inexpensive.

u/NinHB · 3 pointsr/deaf

I use this. Gentle and small alarms like the one above doesn't do anything for me. But this is really strong with two variable intensity on vibration and sounds. It also allows you to have it super loud if you're able to hear that but I don't use that function. It comes with flashing lights too.

Best alarm I've had and I have had a few! I commute to hotels every week and this isn't too bulky to take with me.

u/redpandapaw · 3 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

My room mate had one of these. He would let that thing go off over and over, just hitting snooze until he eventually turned it off and went back to sleep (he skipped half of his classes). Or he would hit snooze, and leave the apartment before it went off again and I had to get ass up and turned it off myself. Also, there was only a very thin wall that our beds were pressed up against, so I heard it loud and clear, even with earplugs.

u/StrangeIntelligence · 3 pointsr/GetMotivated

Sonic Boom Alarm Clock

Don't think this will get you up? See for yourself.

u/Awesome_to_the_max · 3 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

Look into this, no way you sleep through it or turn it off in your sleep.

u/bagelsaurus19 · 3 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

Hi there! I am the same way, I slept through alarms or would turn them off in my sleep.
I bought this bad boy:

It was AMAZING!!! Super loud and the vibration was super strong. Its like a flat egg thing that goes under your mattress, when the (really loud) alarm goes off, so does the vibration. I preferred mine under my pillows so the alarm was that much more jarring.

I retrained my body on how to sleep, and haven’t had to use an alarm for two years, but I still vividly remember rushing to leave for so many mornings because I slept so much.

Happy sleeping and waking friend ❤️

u/AlmightyWorldEater · 3 pointsr/de

Nicht bei Mitbewohnern/Nachbarn im gleichen Haus zu empfehlen, aber Dieses Monster hier schaffts in der Regel.

Wenn der Nicht hilft, musst du wohl was selber bauen. Stromversorgung an ne Autohupe zum Beispiel, plus nen selbstgebauten LED-Flutlichtscheinwerfer plus enorm starken Vibrationsmotor direkt am Bettpfosten befestigt.

die Steigerung davon wäre dann nur noch ne Feuerwehrsirene, aber die ist ein bisschen sperrig...

u/rhou201 · 3 pointsr/pokemon

Here's the next best thing here It's a game changer.

u/RolfIsSonOfShepnard · 3 pointsr/college
  1. Set up multiple alarms with 5-10 minute gaps, also make sure your phones volume is at the max

  2. If you have the money buy this alarm on Amazon. It's loud and also it has a thing the size of a hockey puck that you can put under your pillow that vibrates. Your body can't really ignore your pillow/head vibrating so it works every time, at least in my experience.
u/adrian-monk- · 3 pointsr/videos

Deaf people can also use this

I use this, but I am not deaf, just a heavy sleeper that has slept through several smoke alarms.

u/Spikerazorshards · 3 pointsr/baltimore

That's terrible. Buy earplugs and a vibrating alarm clock from Amazon.

u/iDroidManiac · 3 pointsr/Android

I bought a sonic boom., i now wake up with a heart attack

u/Blais_Of_Glory · 3 pointsr/college

I had this problem so many times. I hated taking 8 AM classes and I had to do it several times over the years and it sucked every time. But I did learn of a few tricks that may help...

First, I'm assuming you have either an iPhone or Android phone, there are several apps that work really well for people like us. I personally have an Android phone so some of the apps I may have used, may not be available if you have an iPhone but I'll post links for both. Check out these links and try these apps. If one doesn't help, move on and try another.

u/islashhearts · 3 pointsr/UofT
u/mistercolebert · 3 pointsr/Narcolepsy

My narcolepsy is BAD. Phones don't wake me up. At all. Light doesn't wake me up either. But I've found one thing that has worked a few years ago.. it's an alarm clock called the Sonic Bomb and its ridiculously loud and has a bed shaker that you put underneath your mattress. I place the actual alarm clock far away enough from my bed that I have to get up to turn it off.

I work from 7 to 7, so I'm exhausted by the end of the day. I've noticed that if I go on a bike ride or have an especially exhausting work day, I sleep better and wake up more refreshed. Try incorporating some exercise into your day, it helps! The biggest piece of advice I have for you though is to establish a sleep pattern. make sure you get to sleep around the same time and wake up around the same time every night and day. This has helped IMMENSELY.

Form habits. Try to start winding down at around the same hour every night, try to wake up around the same hour every day. I've even come up with a ritual for waking up for work. I set my alarm to wake me up an hour before work. I will allow myself to hit the snooze button three times, and I've figured out the timing so that if I end up hitting the snooze button that many times, my phone alarm also goes off with the bed alarm to warn me that "ITS TIME TO GET UP NOW OR YOU'RE GOING TO BE LATE." I basically have the stupidly loud alarm there to wake me up again, and then while I'm awake, the phone alarm is there to say "HOLY SHIT, YOU NEED TO GO."

I've found that waking up over an extended period of time is a big factor for me. This is important, especially if you take stimulants. When my alarm first goes off in the morning, I have to get up to turn it off, and while I'm up, I take my vyvance that I've set next to the alarm clock. Then, while I snooze a bit longer, the vyvance is able to start working, so by the time I need to actually get up, I've got some energy. There's lots of little tricks that you'll have to learn and everyone is different - these are mine. Hope that's helped a little! Good luck

u/FixmyeyePLZ · 3 pointsr/EngineeringStudents

This bad boy was so loud that my whole dorm floor resented me for it.

u/DeafAMA · 3 pointsr/IAmA

Well both my alarm and my phone are both set to vibration so i can always find them when i lose said items, the alarm is always annoying.

(the one i have )

u/geareddev · 3 pointsr/videos

Definitely. Here's the link if anyone is curious. It's an ugly clock but it works well.

u/amirman · 3 pointsr/

alarms in another room. alarms that move. puzzle alarm clocks. or a really loud vibrating alarm clock

u/____o_0 · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

Clocky. It has wheels. When the alarm goes off, it sounds like a bunch of random beeping.

If you hit the snooze button, the next time it goes off, it will not only make a bunch of noise, but roll off your nightstand and go all over the room room until it gets stuck somewhere, still making noise.

u/DrParapraxis · 3 pointsr/Professors

"The syllabus doesn't allow for makeups for that reason. I have to follow that rule because it's department policy. Moreover, this has been a long term problem and we already had a discussion where I told you that missing class would affect your grade." Optional: Suggest this.

u/darthjuggernaut · 3 pointsr/Texans

Much like my brown butt babies, more details cannot be stopped, but alas, I have run out of material, much like my bowels a few hours after habanero wing night.

Now that I have your attention, I would like to share with you the greatest invention known to man: Poo-pourri.

I use that shit everytime I take a shit, and I come out smelling of roses... well more like Fruit Loops (I actually call the product Fruit Poops because of the similar scent). Also, their commercials are hilarious: Poo-pourri Commercial

u/kukukajoonurse · 3 pointsr/needadvice

Poo pourri - just spray in toilet before you go, it creates a barrier of sorts that keeps the stink in. Any spray will work- just get some cheap dollar store body spray that doesn't smell too awful and a couple squirts on the surface of the water.

And do a courtesy flush too....

u/Red_Sparx · 3 pointsr/EntitledPeople

> The point is I don't think its cool for a girl to do that.

You are not ready for a girlfriend yet. You need to go back and pay attention in your biology class this time. Everybody poops; expecting somebody not to poop shows you have some unrealistic expectations for your relationship. I've heard guys say they don't understand women before, but you really don't.

And if the smell of people going to the bathroom bothers you that much, then either install a fan or buy some Poo-Pourri spray:

u/gasolinerainbow · 3 pointsr/shittingadvice

Run the water in the sink while you poop - or even better, poop before you shower if you can, and just run the shower while pooping and then hop in when you're done. I also love Poo-Pourri for eradicating the olfactory evidence. They have manly scents as well. This is how it works.

When I lived in a similar situation, I reworked my shitting/showering schedule so that I pooped before the shower and ran the shower while I did so. That and the poo-pourri soothed my shit-shyness and upheld the illusion that my poop smells like cedar and lemons. XD

u/PM_me_your_dog_photo · 3 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

This is my go to! There's definitely some kind of magic involved in it. The bottles are not super cheap but they're definitely worth it.

Here's a link:

u/gengengis · 3 pointsr/AskReddit
u/fredemu · 3 pointsr/Advice

Try to identify where the noise is "getting in". Do you have a window close to your bed? Is the door to your room flimsy? Or is it just thin walls?

If the sound is coming through the walls, you may have little recourse. If the sound is coming from outside, you can get some acoustic foam padding and attach it to the window/door to block out some of the noise.

Another alternative is to get some comfortable foam earplugs, and then get a Vibrating Alarm rather than an audible one -the kind of alarm clocks used by hearing impaired people. Something like this one that you can fit under your pillow, or this one that you can wear.

They're not terribly expensive, and they should be just as good at waking you up.

u/charliearthur1911 · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

You can't avoid products when it comes to effective alarm tools. I personally use the "Shake-N-Wake" ( and it is very effective for me. You have an iPhone so if you want to get fancy and study your sleep patterns and wake silently, then get the Lark (

u/stiggie · 3 pointsr/pics

Hey I got a bunch of stuff, but my most treasured gift was nothing!

u/toschie · 3 pointsr/rocketbeans

das hier sollte schon drin sein !

erlich gesagt: noch kein Plan. Werde heute abend mal in mich gehen.

u/Janiichan · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/AtreveteTeTe · 3 pointsr/sleeptrain

Our guy has always woken up early. We started using one of the Mirari OK to Wake lights around 14 months. The light turns on at a time you set. So you can at least try to explain that if the light isn't on yet, he should go back to sleep or play in his crib. It felt like when I came in must seem arbitrary to him otherwise because he would always wake up at a slightly different time. We set it for 6:45. All this said, he still tends to wake up early and wail after a while. I think we just have a baby that doesn't sleep that much. But we at least have something to stick to and it has helped. I walk right in after the little light has turned on so he builds that association. Amazon link here.

u/funkyb · 3 pointsr/Parenting

My 3 YO has responded really well to getting one of these. If she's up early now she'll just play in bed or read unless she needs the bathroom, and is fine going back to bed if the light isn't green yet. Obviously it won't work for every kid, but it might be worth a shot.

u/gimble_n_wabe · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

I'm sure you've heard about them but just in case, maybe trying alarm clock made to alert your child when it's okay to get out of bed? I hear they catch on pretty quick and just play in bed until the clock turns green... not that I have any personal experience because my son is still a baby .

LittleHippo Mella Ready to Rise Children's Sleep Trainer, Alarm Clock, Night Light and Sleep Sounds Machine (Arctic Blue)

Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light

u/Sadie_for_real · 3 pointsr/IFParents

Do you have some sort of "ok to wake" clock? If your kids are rule followers, this might work. R treats her clock like the boss so it really helped with our transition.

u/sunlighttt · 3 pointsr/medicalschool

It's $39.99 only after you clip the $10 coupon - link

u/sourboysam · 3 pointsr/Atlanta

There is a cheaper version if you don't want to spend $100 on an alarm clock:

u/AREYOUFUCKINGCEREAL · 3 pointsr/funny

Buy an alarm clock. They are super cheap. Plug in across the room from you or in an attached bathroom. Cue obnoxious old school alarm sounds and having to get up to turn it off.

They also make "dawn simulator" alarm clocks that are on my wish list.

u/colourscaptivating · 3 pointsr/DSPD

There's a cheaper version with fewer extra options. It just has a light of one color that slowly increases over time. I don't have DSPD but my partner does, and it helps us both wake up.

u/Highlyanimated1 · 3 pointsr/medicalschool
u/unmisunderestimated · 3 pointsr/AskMen

Not OP but I use this one.

I also find that making it warmer in your bedroom when it's time to wake up helps.

u/pbandjellyfish · 3 pointsr/Anxiety

There are clocks that ease into the annoying beeping.. I have one, doubt remember what it's called, but it slowly lights up before the alarm goes off, to create the illusion of sunrise. And then the beeping starts quietly and progressively gets louder. I think my boyfriend got it from amazon. And I know it's made by Philips.

EDIT: found the clock!

u/SSV_Kearsarge · 3 pointsr/DaftPunk

MCS Deluxe Record Album Frame, 25 by 16.5-Inch, Black Finish

I realize it says "usually ships within 1 - 3 months" but mine shipped in 2.5 weeks, and arrived much faster than projected. It's solid too, definitely good quality.

u/benwatson2468 · 3 pointsr/tylerthecreator

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/jckwind11 · 3 pointsr/GetMotivated

I got them on amazon here

But it looks like they might be sold out :/

u/shitstormsurfer · 3 pointsr/U2Band

No, got it on Amazon.

u/CptMelkor · 3 pointsr/LaserDisc

Thanks! Go ahead and post. The frame is from Amazon but they're currently out. In fact, I had to get some "Used" frames when I purchased.

u/tcpoatwiit · 3 pointsr/vinyl

Do you mean something like this? Because that's literally the second result when you look up "record frame"on Amazon.

u/Dobler97 · 3 pointsr/raspberry_pi

I’m just lazy

u/jacobaruss · 3 pointsr/Funko

I don’t know any alternatives to detolf but these are my go-to shelves for going in the cabinets12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Riser Clear by Combination of Life

u/ThrowawaySomebody · 3 pointsr/funkopop
u/VelvetVoiceVJ · 3 pointsr/ActionFigures

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/andCastles · 3 pointsr/funkopop

I use these and they look like this .. each row comfortably holds four pops and you can put two 6" pops on the top row if you need to and they look nice there. Hope this helps!

u/sendo1209 · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures
u/DanArc88 · 3 pointsr/ActionFigures
u/ChibiSaturn · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Actually these are just tops from acrylic display cases from a place called daiso japan. I think you can buy them in larger groups on their online us website & they come in different sizes.

and the nendoroids are on these.

u/LemonMIntCat · 3 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I use these three level risers, these fit the standard bases only, 3 level risers edit fixed link I also have this set, of 3 smaller risers as well just for other figures.

u/offtheheezy425 · 3 pointsr/funkopop
u/Shaggy158 · 3 pointsr/AmiiboCanada

The Detolf is pretty awesome, currently have 2 of them to manage most of the amiibo. I also use these acrylic stands to make it look even better! It brings up the price quite a bit (I have 7 stands so far) but I think it's worth it to really display the collection.

u/AlphaNERDSolid · 3 pointsr/600euro

So ein Stümper! Warum glaubt ihm jeder den Mist mit dem Dodekaeder? Jeder weiß genau, dass eine nur Akasha-Säule mit perfekt gerader Pyramide funktioniert.

Hier ein Link zu meiner Säule:

u/Derausmwaldkam · 3 pointsr/de

nach oben ist die preisspanne offen:

u/YTQED9x1x6 · 3 pointsr/ATBGE

I googled incense tits and it came up. Tits

u/Sgt_45Bravo · 3 pointsr/blackmagicfuckery

Back-flow Incense holder.

I was given an OTOFY incense holder NSFW. The concept is cool for these, but you have to burn them in a room where the air is fairly still, otherwise you won't get the waterfall effect. Which basically defeats the purpose of incense.

u/mAcAttAck37b5 · 3 pointsr/funkopop
u/Lavidon · 3 pointsr/amiibo

You should consider getting some risers so that way you can actually see the amiibos in the back of the crowd.

u/dywarren8 · 3 pointsr/funkopop

I got them off of Amazon! The link is: NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75) They’re a little expensive but they have really maximized my space and I like the stage setup.

u/kickflip012 · 3 pointsr/starwarscollecting

NIUBEE Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Table,Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75-2 Pack)

I love those risers for Funkos and 6 inch. Detolf from ikea is a cheap ($60) option and looks great. The risers fit perfectly in there.

I guess it all boils down to what you’re collecting though.

u/NintendoFanBoy83 · 3 pointsr/amiibo

Did that work? They're made by Niubee. I bought the 12" x 8.75" version, but there was another size option.

u/jrobharing · 2 pointsr/DnD

Easiest solution:

  1. Buy this.

  2. Buy dry-erase markers (or washable markers, depending on your preference).

  3. Use the markers to draw terrain and walls as needed.

  4. Anything extra you have is icing on the cake. Toys, miniatures, printed custom maps, pathfinder flip-mats... just slowly build your collection for the rest of your DMing career, great side hobby.

u/mrjwojcik · 2 pointsr/DnD

Hi, dm here - the battlemat is from the standard paizo flipmatset I think:

This set is really useful as it has green-grass, water, dungeon and market-square on it.

u/TheNonAbsolute · 2 pointsr/warhammerfantasyrpg

I actually use Paizo Flip-Mats and draw on them with Dry-erase Markers, because that is most suited to my Style of Prep and running Games.

I also use some of the Minis I have from other Games to mark the Heroes and Villains if possible, but that is not always the case. LotR Moria Orks work as Goblins, and Poxwalkers work as Zombies, but a Rivertroll, or a Halfling Scholar? No Chance portraying that with what I have here.

What I do in those Cases is just use a Die to mark the Position and Wounds of a Monster or Character, I have enough Dice in enough Colors to make that work pretty well.


Edit: me no spell gud

u/inmatarian · 2 pointsr/rpg

Oh! I see, I misinterpreted what you were looking for.

Since this is more battle-mats than dungeon maps, the generic solution that everyone does is a Chessex wet-erase Mat, but you could also try Paizo dry/wet erase flip mats. If you're not pleased with the $20 range and want even cheaper, Gaming Paper for $4, or Graph Paper Notebook for $6.

u/gcThrizzle · 2 pointsr/DMAcademy

Be careful when printing these maps to have the scale correct. If the map says 1 square = 5ft sq, then you want each square to be 1 inch on each side. This will make the maps "feel" the right size.I do this measuring in Gimp to be sure. /u/sanderdc also makes a great point about the squares being 10ft sq !

You can also just buy some gaming paper or a wet/dry erase battle mat and draw it out yourself. Sometimes, that's pretty fun, and you can draw new parts as you go. This simulates the "fog of war" effect. It also requires far less preparation because you're just live copying the map as you go.

u/fredark · 2 pointsr/videos

Well I have a bit of experience woodworking, so making the box wasn't particularly hard. The actual music box contraption I bought off of Amazon, Here's the link

Then its just a matter of hole-punching the sheet music onto the paper they give you (the sheet music I actually hand transcribed myself, but you can find some other ones that are similar online) and screwing it into place inside the box. Pretty simple, really!

u/darkshaddow42 · 2 pointsr/anime

TIL I learned that music box kits are a thing. Thanks OP!

u/Fantoche-Triple · 2 pointsr/argentina

Alguien tiene idea de donde se pueden comprar esas cajas musicales que funcionan cargándoles un papel perforado?


u/moujaune · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Something cool would be a gift that doesn't only foster appreciation between the two siblings but also a gift that's also fun for a child to play with in itself. Might be a tad too early but something cool would be a punch your own tune music box. You get to mess around and make some sick jams while popping off fun lullabies for the wee one.

u/rwt1995 · 2 pointsr/Luthier

It might not be exactly what you're looking for but you could make a box and put one of these in it.
You do have to be able to write the melody yourself, but its a good option.

u/puddle_stomper · 2 pointsr/Favors

One of these might be your best bet.

I'm pretty sure the song you posted is mostly in the key of B-flat major, and I think it has a couple very short key changes thrown in.

The typical music box has around 12-30 playable notes and plays from 6-8 bars of music (usually less than 30 seconds). The cheaper crank ones you can find at toy stores tend to be on the lower end of that range (12-18 notes).

If you were to make your own, you'd probably want to stick to the most recognizable melody from the song (probably the first 30 seconds since it's 8 bars) and skip any part with a key change. The notes you'll mostly be using are Bb, C, D, Eb, F, G, A. If you choose a short segment, someone else can probably transcribe/simplify it for you better than I would (try /r/transcribe). I could probably peck it out on the piano, but I don't have any way of making sheet music. (Note: I suggest transcribing it a full step up to the key of C-major).

If you choose to attempt to make a real music box and not one of those paper strip kinds, you'll need to find a comb (the part of the music box that has all the notes on it) and a spool (the part with all the raised bumps that triggers the notes on the comb) or just take one apart, as this website's tutorial suggests.

I suggested transcribing the song to the key of C because it is a common key for music boxes, so you could much more easily pick one up at a toy store. I can't think of any songs in B-flat off the top of my head, so I'm not sure it would be very easy to find a comb in B-flat. Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, When the Saints Go Marching In, and The Entertainer are all usually in C, and they're pretty easy to find.

How much time do you have for this? I don't have a lot of free time, but I might be able to help put together a template if you decide to go with one of the paper strip kinds.

u/enifish · 2 pointsr/Guildwars2

I used this, and only used tape, scissors, and the materials that came with the kit. I used 2 of the 3 paper strips that were included, but there are refills (also on Amazon) if you need them.

I also downloaded a free piano app so I could test out some of the intervals before punching holes in the paper. I used the tape on the underside of the paper to cover the holes if I made any mistakes.

u/internetbrunette · 2 pointsr/deaf

[Sonic Boom! ] ( There is no way you can sleep through these vibrations. It's aggravating as hell but has never failed to wake me up. There's a light and sound alarm as well, but I've never used them. The vibrating is more than enough for me. Aesthetically speaking, it's not the prettiest thing you've ever seen, but it does the job.

u/mangletron · 2 pointsr/vancouver
u/AccountMitosis · 2 pointsr/TalesFromTheFrontDesk

I've found that an alarm with a bed shaker, like this one, works really well for me. I have an issue where sometimes I can have a full conversation while still asleep, but for some reason, the physical movement of the bed shaker is different enough to wake me up. I might need to try something different eventually if I get used to it, but so far, I'm just using it when I need to wake up earlier than usual, and it's working pretty well.

u/poopinbricks · 2 pointsr/ADHD

Sonic Alert alarm clock is the answer.

I go to a university with a lot of deaf/hard of hearing students. You can hear these go off from the other side of the hallway. Plus it makes your bed or pillow vibrate.

u/waterfowl · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

I am hearing but I use this. The vibrating feature is really quite strong.

u/HunterKillerNYC · 2 pointsr/pics

I have a similar clock with a vibrating bed shaker. I'm not deaf, but it wakes me up much better than a radio or buzzer.

u/StonedRonSwanson · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Atomic alarm clock if you can sleep through this you probably need hearing aids

u/Jumin · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

this one? How does the vibration work? Do you put a vibrator in your pillow or under the bed?

u/LongHairDontCareCzar · 2 pointsr/blackladies

Get this.

u/Ivaras · 2 pointsr/videos

Ear plugs, an eye mask, and a vibration alarm clock can change all of that.

u/bXcellent2eachother · 2 pointsr/deaf

Hearing Impaired USA, I've struggled with this problem for years until I found a bed shaker alarm clock. Wakes me up without fail. There is quite a few out there but I have the sonic boom one like this one...another cool thing about this is you can turn the sound down to where its just a bed shaker so it's not super disruptive. Hipe this helps!

u/bnana422 · 2 pointsr/ADHD

Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Extra-Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Red Flashing Alert Lights and a Powerful Bed Shaker

This alarm clock changed my life. I can sleep through almost anything and I've only slept through this once or twice. I keep it slightly out of reach so I need to sit up and lean over my bed to turn it off. If I REALLY need to get up in the morning I use an app called alarmy that goes off like 5 minutes after my first alarm and it makes you go take a picture of something in your house to turn it off.

u/monkeyhihi · 2 pointsr/getdisciplined

I struggled a lot with this too. I tried putting my cell phone far away from me when I went to sleep so I would have to get up to turn it off; I tried the alarm apps with the crazy captchas that made me do math before it would turn off (I would just sleepily wind up removing the battery, and eventually got good at drowsy math)... I even tried the crazy-loud alarm clocks made for deaf people..... Nothing worked.

I would up taking a shotgun approach to this as well.

I started off with some very cool looking blue-blocking glasses that I would religiously start wearing once it was sundown, and wouldn't take off until I went to bed. I would take some melatonin at the same time as well.

Now, the real pièce de résistance was a sunlamp--of which there are many kinds that I used alongside the Sleep as Android phone app. There's a specific captcha on there called "Let there be light" that forces you to turn on a lamp before the alarm will turn off. By adjusting the sensitivity I made it so that only the INCREDIBLY BRIGHT sun lamp would turn it off, which combined with the sun lamp finally did the trick. By the time the alarm had turned off, I really did start feeling invigorated by the bright light.

Don't feel like you need to jump in to the deep end and wake up at 6:30 right away. Set realistic goals, and once you establish a rhythm you can adjust times based on your schedule.

Best of luck, friendo!

u/puckbeaverton · 2 pointsr/AskMen

One standard alarm clock set at the time I should wake up. Very easy to snooze.

Another alarm set on my phone for the time I absolutely have to wake up to not be late for work. Impossible to stop snoozing without solving a math problem.

I'm still usually a few minutes late.

Now that I've read your post I suggest this:

That is the most horrific thing I have ever encountered. You cannot sleep through it. The big pod that comes with it, you put that under your mattress, it vibrates your bed. It's the sensation of waking up to a goddamn earthquake every day. My wife's boss gave her one of these after her 32nd consecutive late day.

It immediately floods your body with adrenaline and initiates your flight response. Don't use around loved ones.

u/doggie015 · 2 pointsr/australia

Maybe something as loud as a jackhammer which vibrates your bed might do the trick

u/ILikePuhtaytoes · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I would recommend getting a vibrating alarm clock from Amazon. I have one and it works well. I wake up immediately and it doesn't make any noise besides the sound of the "vibrator". it's the only alarm clock that's actually worked for me to get up quickly

u/StillARedditor · 2 pointsr/ADHD

I got this for my son:

It absolutely does NOT wake him up. However, it DOES make it much easier for ME to wake him up when it's time. Normally it's really really difficult to wake him, but if the light has been going for a bit (it starts dim and gradually goes to full brightness over about twenty minutes) he stays asleep but is more ready to wake.

For the waking part, I got this for him:

It only kind of works too. Yeah, the full sunlight, bed shaking (even pillow shaking if I put it under his pillow isn't enough), siren blaring, wake-everyone-in-a-half-mile-radius isn't QUITE enough to wake him every time.

But both are helpful. I would try those PLUS an old school windup clanger alarm that you have to get out of bed to turn off.

Or get serious about the hours change. My husband is the same way and there is just no way his is getting up early. When we were younger I thought he just needed to grow up already. Now ... I think it's just not physiologically a possibility. Fortunately he can work some flexible hours - nobody tech likes to be early! - and doesn't sleep QUITE as soundly as he used to. But he sleeps like a rock. Kid inherited it. Fighting nature is REALLY hard there. I hope kid can get a job where it isn't dependent on him being there early, because he'll be in your shoes then.

Good luck. The sun lamps really do help get your body ready to wake up.

u/redstormpopcorn · 2 pointsr/childfree
u/Binsky89 · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Move it to another room. I have the Sonic Bomb and I put it in the kitchen.

u/Dickslapping · 2 pointsr/pics

to wake the dead, and myself

The wrist alarm might be a quieter, and more pro-neighbor alternative. I'll have to give it shot.

u/the__itis · 2 pointsr/productivity
u/photobug72 · 2 pointsr/WritingPrompts

I shoot bolt upright in bed, heart pounding, gasping for air. WHAT in the name of all that is holy, is that godawful sound?! Slowly coming to my senses, I realise what it is, and slam my hand down on my alarm clock, shutting it off. Getting out of bed, I grumble about starting my day in such a rude fashion and curse my late-night drunken self for ever purchasing the bloody thing.

u/only1yzerman · 2 pointsr/army

Short term solution: Get a sonic bomb alarm clock (vibrates your pillow or bed and flashes a light instead of noise - you can adjust the volume on the one linked below) and get some decent ear plugs (silicone or foam, I recommend Mack’s, you can find them on Amazon.)

u/RelevantMetaUsername · 2 pointsr/ADHD

Talked to him today. I'm basically fired.

Official policy states that 3 write-ups is automatic termination. I got a write-up the first week by forgetting to submit my timecard. The next two were because I slept through my alarm and either missed or arrived late to my Monday morning shift, two weeks in a row. I literally bought the loudest alarm I could find on amazon, and I'll sleep straight through it (as well as my phone alarm), sometimes for hours.

He knows that I'm good at my job. All the feedback I've received from students has been overwhelmingly positive, and I genuinely love what I do. Unfortunately, the higher-ups only see the write-ups and they're not happy. He actually put his reputation on the line by defending me after the third offense, and then I screwed up a fourth time by not noticing my name on the schedule since it was a different color than the other shifts.

I don't know what to do right now. I'm in an insane amount of debt from student loans, and my GPA is under 2.5, so unless I can find an internships that'll accept me, I basically have nothing of value on my resume. This job is my only source of income besides the bare minimum I need to survive coming from loans. I'm starting to regret ever going to university in the first place, but it's too late to give up.

I fucking hate having this disorder

u/chillhomegirl · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

I used to sleep thru all my alarms and can confirm this strategy works-- I bought the Sonic Alert alarm and the combo of bed shaking + extremely loud alarm worked well. In fact, the alarm was too loud, so I usually just use the bed shaker + phone alarm. It also has lights.

u/kayleighkilljoy · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

This will quite likely become extremely buried, but it sounds like you might need the alarm clock my fiance used to have. It was this "sonic bomb" alarm clock or something. The beeps could be as loud as a jackhammer, and it came with something you stick under the mattress that also shakes your bed. Never failed to wake him!

TL;DR: TRY THIS! Worked for my fiance.

u/mentallimit · 2 pointsr/Advice

My daughter is horrible about waking up. I got her the Sonic Boom alarm clock. It shakes her whole bed. I can hear the vibrations across the hall.

If you move the clock away from your bed so you can't just snooze should help. No way you are sleeping through it.

u/Futurames · 2 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

YTA because you know this bothers your neighbor and 3 seconds of googling offers a solution.

My brother is like you and when we lived together I would have to listen to his alarms go off for hours. It was awful. Short of me going into his room, turning on his lights and stealing his pillows/covers, nothing got him up except for the fear that my dad would kick his ass for being late to school.

So I bought him an alarm clock like this. It has a thing you put under your pillow that shakes you awake. This thing worked.

If that doesn’t sound like your thing, there are other alarm clocks designed to force you to get out of bed.

There are options. Stop being a rude neighbor.

u/Tired_Dungeon_Master · 2 pointsr/wowthanksimcured

Yo, try the Sonic Boom alarm clock. It's loud as fuck and has a little puck thing you put under your pillow and it'll rattle your brains around until you wake up.

I sleep like the dead, and can 'wake up' for like 10 minutes and go back to sleep and not even remember it. No alarms were working, I was setting 5-10 alarms daily to try to get my ass up. (And yes, I tried scaling back alarm count with no positive effect, since some people claimed one alarm is better as there's no fallback)

Got this noisy boi and it works pretty well. Still times where I'd zombify and snooze it, but it was the most effective alarm clock I'd tried. At this point my internal clock gets me up on time most days, but it took the nuclear option to even get into that rhythm. If nothing else, it'll piss off your neighbours enough that they'll break down your door and wake you up if the clock fails.

u/coopdude · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Louder than my carbon dioxide detector.

Works great. Haven't had any reliability issues or issues with keeping time accurately.

Oh, and you are dead if you can sleep through this. Either that or comatose.

u/klown_13 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I have this... It seems to work well!

u/Peccatrix · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Buy a clock that vibrates under your pillow and use earplugs.

u/Echodra · 2 pointsr/Advice

How vibrate is it? If it's light vibrate, I recommended you to buy heavy vibrate. Try LINK. Source? I am deaf. I have same alarm as this link. Heavy vibrate works for me because I am heavy sleeper. :)

u/pale99 · 2 pointsr/frenworld

Hey fren, this is the best alarm I ever bought and it can shake your bed and wake you out of a hangover, hope this helps you because I'm rooting for you fren!!!

u/danieldoesnt · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Here's a good one

u/Impul5e122 · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

This clock runs away from you...

Clocky Alarm Clock on Wheels, White

I would also buy some Hue lightbulbs and simulate a sunrise.

u/Kittenmittens03 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I recommend getting one of these annoying little bastards. It has helped me tremendously.

u/Googunk · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Or try this and you can start every day by haplessly pursuing a shrieking robot around your home.

u/belladonnadiorama · 2 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

May I suggest this to fix your alarm issue.

u/shimdim · 2 pointsr/GetOutOfBed

My bff had one of these alarm clocks growing up. It runs around the floor and you have to catch it to turn it off.

u/_PACO_THE_TACO_ · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/Penguidos · 2 pointsr/ynab

That's what I meant, yes. The idea behind a commitment device is that you are actually two selves, the planner and the doer. The planner may have high hopes, but the doer's the one who has to execute the plan. The problem is that the planner has no good way to enforce the plans, s/he just hopes that the doer will execute because there is a plan. (Seinfeld actually had a great description of this!)

Enter the commitment device. It's the way that the planner ensures his plan is followed through on. The commitment device removes options from the doer so that the doer is much more likely to execute the plan. If you put the groceries budget on a prepaid card that can't be spent anywhere else, you ensure that it can't be flexed out. That is, the planner knows that the doer will be tempted to flex the grocery budget to use for lunches. So the planner sets up a situation where the doer can't flex it. One fun example is Clocky, the clock that runs away from you when it goes off. The planner sets the alarm, and when it goes off, the doer has 3 choices: let the alarm ring, get up, or hit the snooze button. Knowing that the doer will be tempted to hit the snooze button, the planner removes the snooze option by purchasing Clocky. Now the doer must choose between getting up or letting the alarm clock ring while driving around the bedroom. (In the past, I solved this a slightly different way. I had a thing of caffeinated water next to my bed, and I'd drink that, then hit the snooze button. I normally didn't get to hear the second alarm because either the caffeine woke me up or nature calling would.)

u/zeptimius · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips
u/sPOTOmatic · 2 pointsr/CrazyIdeas

There is a snooze button, but if you press it, the alarm continues and it takes off.

u/andrealisaw · 2 pointsr/insomnia

Have you seen this ? It’s crazy but it works!
Clocky, the Original Runaway Alarm Clock on Wheels: Get Out of Bed and Wake Up on Time with Programmable Snooze | Jumps Off Night Stand and Rolls Away (Extra Loud for Heavy Sleepers), Aqua

u/schiddy · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

This rolling alarm clock helped me for a while.

u/lipp79 · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes
u/PlinytheElderWand · 2 pointsr/gadgets

I got one of these for free. Bastard rolled under my bed once.

u/classicicedtea · 2 pointsr/Advice
u/panhead · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Get one of these. Maybe actually having to focus on finding the alarm clock to cut it off will help wake you up. I just got one, and haven't had a chance to use it yet.

u/davidrools · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Clocky is pretty popular, too.

u/bridget1989 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon



Why I need it is self-explanatory. I'm a girl. Girls don't poop. Never. We fart glitter dust and rainbows, but we don't poop. But when I have guests, I want them to use this stuff so my home doesn't smell atrocious.

...I don't know, fly casual


If that's too expensive (I don't want to be greedy, but I thought it was funny):

  • $3.49 tennis balls for my dog!

    I need THOSE because my pup LOVES tennis balls, but sometimes she chews on them while I'm gone and they break. She's a big white husky, so she has a strong mouth. We always need replacements, and THESE ones SQUEAK!

    I'd post a video of her playing with them if I win!
u/MadamFartSparkles · 2 pointsr/LesbianActually

So... this exists

And apparently works wonders. In case you still need a contingency plan.

u/laneyh · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thought about linking one of my wedding photos but that's embarrassing.. Instead I'll link this.. something that would keep the wedded bliss going no matter what happens behind closed doors. :)

u/TwinkleTheChook · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Sorry man, somebody beat you to that pun...

For real though, there's nothing like taking a lavender scented dump first thing in the morning.

u/batfacecatface · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

no one likes the poop smell

u/Kvothe24 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

This is a similar option. Evil genius at it's best.

u/EducatedRetard · 2 pointsr/funny

I got an alarm clock for Christmas that when it goes off it launches it a little plastic helicopter blade into the air, and the only way to silence the alarm is to get up and find it and replace it. It is truly horrible.

Edit: Here it is

u/crspphoto · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I don't own one of these, but I've read they can be pretty obnoxious. Goes along the same lines as the one that drives away from you, but you can't turn this one off until you dock the copter part of it back on the base.

u/jleonardbc · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Good news! You can get a clock that vibrates against you instead of making sound. (There are lots of kinds, I linked one at random.)

u/AndroidMercury · 2 pointsr/college
u/themleaks · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Nothing, duh.

u/UsernamesAreHaaard · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/veni_vidi_vale · 2 pointsr/headphones

>since it was on amazon maybe it had a little bit of credibility.


[exhibit 1] (

exhibit 2

exhibit 3

The defense rests, your Honor.


u/THEMCV · 2 pointsr/cigars

Thanks! I'll check through those.

I was looking at this one until you said no glass tops.

u/amazingtaters · 2 pointsr/cigars

I've had 2 humidors (first one gave up the ghost to an empty glass dropped by a drunk person)

  • The Capri Glass Top. I actually really liked this humidor. Nothing super special mind you, but I did the job well enough.
  • Tabacalera Perdomo 20 Count. This guy was a bit cheaper, as my budget for replacement wasn't quite what I would have liked. Got it for a good price in a freefall deal on CigarBid. I've only had it a few weeks. So far no complaints really. It holds moisture well. Not as pretty as the capri, but such is life, right? For someone who feels like they're drowning in an ocean of tobacco at 20 cigars, it does just fine.
u/Sniperman · 2 pointsr/cigars

check out some other ones at amazon.

also keep in mind if you think a 10 count humidor is enough aim for at least a 20, the sticks add up fast.

you can also find some deals on imperfect humidors here

u/robotsongs · 2 pointsr/cigars

They're not that far between. And frankly, instead of the one you're pointing to, I would go for one of these instead(though there's no variety there, which seems to be what you're looking for...)

That $100 one you pointed to is kinda alright, but really, IMO the G2's and the Black pearls are really poor smokes. Like I couldn't finish the Pearls I've had and the G2 I smoked was finished only because it was going to be my last smoke for a week or two, so I wanted to savor every last moment. I definitely wouldn't go back.

If I was you, I would get a Bally 100-ct humidor or even this smaller Capri and then get a nice sampler from Famous-Smoke (who I find to have much better samplers) (or get one of CI's nicer samplers cheaper on

Something like one of the Famous Smoke Best of Samplers. From that bunch, I think the Best of Dominican, the Best of Medium Bodied or the Best of Full Bodied selections are pretty damn great. (Also check out the Best of Camaroon or Best of Habano samplers... good stuff in there. However, I have been enjoying this 2010 Awards Sampler from that has a wide selection of mild to full, small to big smokes. That might actually be a great starting place, though I really would recommend that, if you go with that one, you append it with a couple singles of Arturo Fuente Short Stories and a couple Padron 2000's in both natural and maduro.

Hope that helps. Typically, though, those humi+cigar deals are filled with house-brand filler smokes and it's not actually as good a deal as it seems. Your call.

u/jmcwhirter · 2 pointsr/cigars

I purchased this and outgrew it in less than a year:

The tupperdor suggestion is probably good. If you get a shit ton of tupperware, then you buy a huge cooler.

u/CCFTW · 2 pointsr/cigars

LOVE this. Took only 24 hrs to season, and I didn't wipe it down. Would buy again, and recommend.

u/Xxdrkwngduckxx · 2 pointsr/cigars

Quality Importers Desktop Humidor, Capri, with Tempered Glasstop, Cedar Divider, and Brass Ring Glass Hygrometer, Holds 25 to 50 Cigars, by

I personally bought this one, right now I'm seasoning it, but reviews say it's good and from all the ones I looked at this one seemed the best for the price.

u/kay_bizzle · 2 pointsr/cigars

I just bought this one on Amazon, and am really happy with it. Something comparable would've cost me like $100 at my local smoke shop

u/deffer4000 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

There's this, you could also do this one.

u/tlfranklin76 · 2 pointsr/cigars

Cool, I might pick some up, thank you. My humidor was also for Christmas:

I'm going to pick up some aquarium sealant for the glass. Maybe I'll put 2-69%'s in there if it leaks at all.

u/corse · 2 pointsr/cigars

I edited my price. My scumbag brain twisted the 5 and 7. Still is under $150 rounding up. If I look for those cigars on atlantic, and famous smoke or any site you get a reddit discount, easy to shave the price down. You can certainly get that humidor for next to nothing on amazon.

u/Faciem_Perfectionis · 2 pointsr/cigars

So I've been lurking here for a while, and recently purchased this humidor. Two things I was wondering about:

  • In the thread about cigar sins, I saw several people dissing glass top humidors... Why?
  • When I first got it, I was able to get it to about 70% humidity with just distilled water. I kept a shot glass full of it as well as having some on the sponge. However, now that I've got a bunch of cigars in there, humidity can't seem to get over 60%. Even if I add water all the time. Could this be because the heat is on/it's drier in my place, or am I looking at a bad seal? Or would I be able to resolve this with a better sponge/using the humidor solution? Not really sure how to check for the cause.

    Any help would be appreciated.
u/cozmanian · 2 pointsr/cigars

I almost ordered that one but ordered this instead:

It's probably on the same lines of quality but for my first one, I figured it wouldn't be too much out of my pocket if it ends up being crap. Currently I just calibrated the hygrometer and now it's sitting with a shot glass of water in it to season the cedar that's in it. If anything, might make a cool looking mod case for a mini-computer...

u/unstoppabru · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Dragon ear cuff! It feels so Game of Thrones-y


Solar Dancing Sunflower! Saw this in someone's car and almost flipped my shit!


Melting Clock! Surreal!

Any of these would be amazing. I couldn't just pick one cause they're all so cool. If you decide to gift me, any one of these would be nice to have.

u/doomddo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This! thank you for the contest.

u/Butch_Glitterface · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

How about a melting clock or these purple dragon carrot seeds? is that unique enough. jetsons

u/RESOLlabs · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

How fun! Let me see...

  • $0-5 - Flux Capacitor sticker. Because everyone loves Back to the Future as much as me, right?

  • $5- 10 - This neat-o melting clock.

  • $10- 20 - This right here is where it is at. I was just going to post this but then noticed we do all four categories. Anyway, this is an awesome, fun, easy and safe marbling kit
    to create some really awesome pieces of art. Great for homemade cards or just a fun project, and it is also great for (almost) all ages!

  • $20- 50 - The Molecular Gastronomy Kit. If you are either a decent cook, or just beginning, this is an awesome way to experiment with food, and make your friends think you are some sort of subsistence wizard.
u/nerdygiraffe · 2 pointsr/workingmoms

Toddler alarm clock! This is the one we got:

It glows green when they're allowed to get up. My daughter was waking up earlier and earlier, so we bought this for her. After a few days she learned that she couldn't get up until it was green and it was glorious.

u/raanne · 2 pointsr/Parenting

We just got an "ok to wake" alarm clock & night light. The nightlight has a timer on it (we set ours to 1 hour) and my son (almost 5) goes over and hits the button to turn it on if he wakes up and its dark. We just got this, but it gives him a level of control over the dark that seems to be helping him.

The other thing I saw that I am considering making with my son for a craft is this star-glow bottle - it uses hair gel, glow paint, and plastic glow in the dark stars, and will softly glow for an hour or so after they go to bed, and can be held by the child. By putting the stars in, it gives the child an activity (count the stars) to focus on which helps distract them.

u/nowhereian · 2 pointsr/Parenting

We have an Ok To Wake clock. They know not to leave their room in the morning (except to go potty) until the light turns green at 7:30.

That clock is my #1 priority on Sunday night. And we might let them stay up a little later too.

u/tribefan89 · 2 pointsr/daddit

Did you have one of these? I was just thinking about getting one last night.

u/silentgreen85 · 2 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

This isn't anything like what my friend has, but looks like it'd do the job and is way cuter than a disc on the wall

u/TacoGirlJones · 2 pointsr/sleeptrain

I don’t have any experience with this yet (LO is 6mo.), but I do have friends who have had great success with a light up clock for their toddler. They set it for the time that it’s okay for her to come out of her room/quiet time is over, and if she wakes up before then she plays with the stuffed animals in her room.

Good luck, and congrats on the addition to your family!

Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light

u/ColonelMatrix · 2 pointsr/parentsofmultiples

For the issue of older siblings getting up, we bought this:

When the light is green, you can get out of bed. If you get out before then you are sent back to bed. She only leaves her room the moment that light turns green.

u/Vodka_fruit · 2 pointsr/Parenting

OK to Wake clock. The clock turns yellow when it's time for bed and then green when it's okay to get out of bed. Great for the early birds come weekend times. We use it to have kiddo stay in bed an extra hour or so on the weekends cause he can wake at 630am no problem. We started using it at 5 years old for school, so we also use the actual alarm. He gets up just fine with it and gets ready for school mostly on his own. I personally hated (and still hate) being woken up by my parents (by my SO) vs an alarm and SS is so much like me I figured the alarm might be the best option. I'll try and leave a a Amazon link, if not you can Google OK to Wake.

u/drewlb · 2 pointsr/toddlers

We got this.

Use Rechargeable batteries in it. It's been fine

Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light

u/Bmorehon · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

Maybe try an ok to wake nightlight? Might not stop the 4am wakeup right away, but it should help. My 12 month old is also down to 1 nap/day on the weekdays (takes 2 on weekends when we are at home) and goes down between 6:30 - 7 each night. We try not to get him out of his room until after 5 when we wake up, and his ideal wake time is 5:30. Unless he is screaming we don't go get him until 5. I also don't go to him in the middle of the night anymore unless I know he is sick or something. He settles back to sleep in like 5-10 minutes and then I'll go in, check his diaper and cover him back up while he is asleep. It's working for right now but as soon as he starts the 4am bullshit again, I'm buying that damn nightlight/clock thing!

u/kerida1 · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We use this one
Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light
He accepted it pretty easily because he loved the light up and little smile the clock did. We set it to show him what to look for and when the light went on we did a little dance saying ooooo he is smiling and dancing ready to wake up! My neighbor has a 2.5 yr old and just had a baby and she uses an okay to wake too but hers changes the color for when it is time to wake. My kid likes it dark so the Mirari works great for him since it only lights up when it is time to get up.
This is what my neighbor uses
Hatch Baby Rest Sound Machine, Night Light and Time-to-Rise

u/AusIV · 2 pointsr/Parenting

I use an Okay to Wake alarm clock my son, every day of the week. Greatest invention ever.

u/Doesnt_take_much · 2 pointsr/Parenting

We're having the same problem with my 2.5 year old. I've heard that something like this helps.

u/clickshy · 2 pointsr/Atlanta

Avoid screens for an hour before bed. I started that and it has been a huge help. Read a book (preferably dry/boring) or if you must use a screen install something like F.Lux to adjust the color temperature.

Oh also check out a light alarm clock. It's life changing if you have to get up before dawn.

u/tanzanika69 · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Someone I know was like you but they did start exercising and lost a bunch of weight but still didn't help as much as she liked. She picked up a wake up lamp and it's made a world of difference!

I linked one below just in case you wanted to see one or are too lazy to google one :)

u/KestrelLowing · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I had really good experiences with a sunrise alarm clock. This specifically is the one I have, but I feel like it was a lot cheaper when I bought it, maybe only $60 at that point. Maybe I got it on sale.

Unfortunately, that alarm clock also wakes up my husband who doesn't need to get up for another hour, so I cannot use it now except on a really low setting. But when I lived alone, it was fantastic and I lived in Houghton, MI which is pretty damn far north (at least for North America) so the days were very short.

Also, I got a lot of daylight bulbs and used them in everything save the lamp I used at night. This also helped me stay more active.

u/permalias · 2 pointsr/Frugal

If you do want to splurge, (for us canadians) is selling the lower end philips for $70 right now, which is a decent deal.

... well at least according to the RFD thread

u/michiall06 · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

I swear by this alarm clock. It has made me actually get up right away, which I thought was impossible. The key for me was to set it far away, so I have to walk to it to turn it off. It gets so bright (you can adjust the settings on this) that distance does not matter. It also helps me wake up more gradually, so the sound of the alarm isn't so jarring. Another morning thing that has helped me is giving myself something to look forward to while I get ready -- like listening to my current audiobook. It is also nice to start the morning not feeling rushed or guilty about sleeping in. Remembering the positive feels it gives me has made a big difference!

u/arrbos · 2 pointsr/PersonalFinanceCanada

This one specifically, the HF3500. But in hindsight I wish I'd gotten the one with the battery. And the ability to set multiple schedules.

Probably your phone can do it too with the right app, but this one is super bright.

u/TrollingQueen74 · 2 pointsr/CFB
u/deaf0mute · 2 pointsr/ADHD
u/lil_anon · 2 pointsr/Narcolepsy

I wasn’t sure if this would work for me so I bought a cheaper one first off of Amazon

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

I got it when it was about Au$65 and yes it definitively helps but isn’t perfect. I am planning on upgrading to a more expensive one but am glad I got a cheaper one first so that I don’t feel guilty dropping a couple hundred on a better one, my husband is planning on putting the cheaper one on his side of the bed when we get a better/brighter one.

u/PhoenixOK · 2 pointsr/homeautomation

There are alarm clocks made specifically for this purpose. Clock with dimming LEDs that can simulate sunrise and sunset on your schedule. I have the Philips version that was about $50 but there are numerous others on Amazon for around $30.

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

u/MercuryChaos · 2 pointsr/ADHD

>I'll sit and absentmindedly play with the Internet for way too long

Turn off your computer before you go to bed. Do not turn it on in the morning.

>Also, I will sometimes turn my alarm off without realising.

Put your alarm clock someplace that you can't reach from your bed. I have two alarms. One's on my phone, and the other is like this - not that exact one, but it's an alarm clock/lamp that turns on in the morning. I find that not having to stumble through the dark reduces the temptation to stay/get back into bed.

I also have a cat who needs to be fed in the morning. She's too polite to be useful as a backup alarm, but just knowing that she needs her breakfast gives me a little extra motivation to get out of bed. I'm not going to suggest that you get a pet, but if you already have one try feeding them in the morning.

>I do as much as I can the night before including finding my keys, shoes etc.

This is good.

>I'll be fully dressed, washed, fed and realise I'n ten minutes late because I've been watching YouTube videos or even just sat still obsessively thinking.

I set a series of alarms. 7:00 - wake up. 7:30 - eat breakfast. 8:00 - brush teeth. 8:30 - leave for work. I picked those things because they're the only things that I have to do in that order, but you can pick different ones, and you can set more alarms if you have to. Just figure out what time you have to leave for work to make it on time, and then set some alarms leading up to that time to keep you on track.

u/yeahright17 · 2 pointsr/news

Not sure if you saw this other guys post, but I have the same one.

u/GrizzlyManOnWire · 2 pointsr/funny
u/JulioCesarSalad · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I'm actually ordering a second one for my mom right now.

So let's say you're crazy like me and want to wake up at 5 am every day. You set the alarm for 5 am and go to sleep with plenty of time. This is only for health issues, obviously, but even if you go to bed at like midnight or 1 am it will still wake you up. You'll just be super tired thrgouhout the day.

So you set the alarm for 5. At 4:30, when you're nice and comfy in bed asleep the light on the alarm clock will come on. It's dim and gentle at first, but over the next half hour it will be slowly getting brighter and brighter.

By the time 5 am rolls around you have already been exposed to light for 30 minutes. A gentle alarm comes on and beeps to wake you up, and you're up! It;s pretty easy.

I like to combine this with Sleep Cycle as it gives me the best of both worlds and I like to take a look at my sleeping cycles.

You can buy the basic form of the alarm clock here, it's $50.

u/Imadeupmymind · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

So I got a really cheap one on amazon and it was horrible. Then I ordered the cheapest phillips one, and it had a $20 off coupon, for $50. This was just earlier this week so the coupon may still be there, here it is:

u/hckygod91 · 2 pointsr/MacMiller
u/6DiscsInTheChanger · 2 pointsr/Jcole

I got it on amazon MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record...

The frame itself is good enough but the mattes were absolutely terrible so I got them custom done at Hobby Lobby

u/mastersoup · 2 pointsr/technology

There isn't really.

They sent 3 different packages for the 8 frames. 1 had 4, 1 had 3, 1 had 1.

The fastest one of the packages arrived was 6 days from the date of the order (package of 3, 1 was broken), then 2 days later another came in (4, all fine) and the last one was sent back because it was broken somewhere along the line before it ever got to me. A replacement was eventually sent, but it came 4 days after the package of 4 came in.

Customer service was good and all, replacing the broken one was easy etc, but it was supposed to be 2 day shipping.

I'd say try it yourself, but they aren't actually in stock atm.

The frames situation is absolutely not typical, as I order from amazon a fuck load, and that is the only time something like that has happened. However, over 50% of my 2 day shipping packages arrive a day late, and again, my 2 attempts at 1 day shipping have both ended in failure, so I never use it anymore.

u/andrewlantz · 2 pointsr/hometheater

Those will make awesome wall art.

You could even do this

I just found some old RCA video discs and I am going to do something similar.

u/Enlightenment777 · 2 pointsr/cordcutters
u/Omgitstarebear · 2 pointsr/Damnthatsinteresting
u/IM1RU1too · 2 pointsr/dontdeadopeninside

LED Word Clock - Displays Time as Text - Powered by AC Adapter (8" x 8")

u/weebSanity · 2 pointsr/ActionFigures

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/Spidey-Senses · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/Dropped_YourPocket · 2 pointsr/SquaredCircle

Nothing special but they work great. They ship with a protective covering so they don’t scratch during shipment.

u/DarthCaligula · 2 pointsr/funkopop

I use these and they are pretty good. As you can see, they don't fit the bookcase as I would like, but I like them for what they are.

Cap and Bat OOB Collection

u/P0pAddict · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Have ordered both sizes of this and had good experiences, just have to make sure you get the legs level when you screw them on, or your pops will tip over eventually.

u/Gr4mm4rN4zi · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

These are the ones I've got. They can cleanly fit 5 Nendoroid bases side-by-side (square or circular, same diameter) per tier, so 15 max on the riser, and there's space for another 5 on the shelf itself. They're a bit on the bigger side but they make up for it with capacity.

u/Figs01 · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

This is the one I use and it’s amazing fits about 4-5 nendos each row if you carefully place them.

u/Othiar · 2 pointsr/amiibo

It is a bit pricey. All 4 comes up to more then the case sadly.

But I am a stickler and loved the look so I has to bite the bullet on the purchase.

u/EnigmaUnboxed · 2 pointsr/amiibo

Dude, from personal experience Get a few of these they fit great in these cases!

u/corvaxx · 2 pointsr/600euro

schon mal die Akasha-Säule angeschaut?

Ich glaube hier ist die Marge noch nen Tick geiler! :D

u/mightymaxim · 2 pointsr/600euro

Deiner Tante fehlt ganz klar doch die Akasha Säule!

u/Vexiified · 2 pointsr/funkopop

No problem. Here it is

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko Pops Figures Clear 12 inches W by 8.5 inches D

u/peterleo90 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Combination of Life 2 Packs 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/Evancurtis9 · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/shaosam · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I gotchu fam. Amazon has a pretty solid selection of cheap acrylic risers.

u/mahlookma · 2 pointsr/funkopop

There's more than one seller for 3-tier acrylic stands of this kind, but I found the best price is from Combination of Life. They're currently at 2 for $36.99. They ship covered in film, and each has its own cleaning cloth and screwdriver. I have so many small screwdrivers right now.

u/-DaGa · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

I use these for my nendoroids. So I’ve been picking up the petites to put in front of the first level.

u/jeantown · 2 pointsr/ATBGE
u/cigerect · 2 pointsr/BeAmazed
u/KevinD2000 · 2 pointsr/creepy
u/diachi_revived · 2 pointsr/WeirdWheels
u/SpiderHuman · 2 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing
u/UniversalFarrago · 2 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing
u/Shinbone_901 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

Correct, got them off Amazon. NIUBEE 2 Pack Acrylic Riser...

u/rpalmer3 · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/Vox9mcg · 2 pointsr/funkopop

It’s 2 Niubee acrylic risers. Got a 2-pack off Amazon.

u/WaluigiIsMyWaifu · 2 pointsr/amiibo

I would check out these risers. I use them to display figures a little smaller then amiibo and they look great.

u/rkt898 · 2 pointsr/funkopop

I got it on Amazon. Here’s a link :)

u/Wogasm · 2 pointsr/funkopop

It’s actually a mix, I’ve found that most of them on amazon probably come from the same place. The most current ones I’ve ordered though are these:

Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures, Cupcakes Stand for Cabinet, Countertops - 3-Tier, Clear (12×8.75 - 2 Pack)

u/anttoekneeee · 2 pointsr/funkopop
u/Mizzko · 1 pointr/DnD

I printed a shit ton of maps out on my own printer and taped them together. It was a nightmare but it worked.

If you don't mind spending the money tossing a grid on top of a map together on a single file and the heading to your local print shop is your best bet. I was fortunate enough to have an architect friend print out 2 maps in black/white for 2 of the encounters (also in LMOP).

TBH the best thing ever has been using a dry-erase map with a premade grid. Now I'm able to draw basic designs out on the fly.

The ones I got are HERE

Definitely a worthwhile investment and the printed texture keeps it from being a boring white dry-erase.

u/Ryngard · 1 pointr/DnD

I've not found much luck... we learned that lesson too so no red pens. :)

I changed to the flipmat... it was SteelSquire when I got them oh... 12 years ago?... but I think it's Paizo now. They have multiple sizes, they are double sided (hex and squares) and fold to the side of a sheet of paper. You can use dry erase, wet erase, or permanent marker and it all cleans up.

Yeah here is an example. Its 24" x 30" for $15 and you can get ones MUCH larger. And they now have terrain ones and buildings and shit. It's neat.

(Paizo has a BUNCh but I'm not finding the larger one... I KNOW it used to exist but I guess not anymore unless I just can't find it. We've been using the 24"x30" for a year now and I've never had any issues (I have two so I can easily plunk another up there.)

This is cool though:

u/designbot · 1 pointr/rpg

Invest $15 in a flip mat. Folds up to fit in a book and works with wet or dry-erase markers. (Also available in other colors.)

u/samuraivillain · 1 pointr/DnD

If your interested here is what we recently started off with

Battle Maps

Models for Baddies

And are using lego chars for our pcs

Edit: mobile formatting ftl

u/jdd321 · 1 pointr/DMAcademy

Pathfinder JUN132387 Flip-Mat: Basic Terrain Multi-Pack
(hopefully that works, not sure if there's a special way to post links)

u/OverlySexualCellist · 1 pointr/DnD

Does it need to be a board/inflexible? I use these and am also planning to get this when funds allow it. They're great because they're portable and work with dry and wet erase pens (chessex mat is only wet erase I believe).

u/RuruTutu · 1 pointr/highrollersdnd

I believe this is the kind of thing he uses. I think he mentioned it being the pathfinder mats.

u/historianLA · 1 pointr/DnD

I really like this map made for pathfinder. This pack has two-double sided maps (stone, grass, water, and dirt). I find it very versatile and works great with wet erase markers. They make other maps with basic buildings/rooms on them too!

u/hariustrk · 1 pointr/rpg

I bought one of these at gencon, while practical the fold areas distract. Nice and compact if you don't have a lot of space, but for an everyday mapping tool, spend a few dollars more for a chessex mat( or the Piazo ones

u/Hunyock · 1 pointr/DnD

I used to play back in the day with the '79 basic red box, then 1e and then 2e - none of us had a grid and the one time we tried to use it, we hated it. I've been out of gaming since '91 and just came back into it with the release of 5e and I was prepared to ignore the whole grid combat thing again, but I've found that - for us - it really does add to the game.

We primarily use the Paizo flip mats ( because they are dry and wet erasable but regular whiteboards and dry erase markers would work good to. As other posters have mentioned, we use the grid for ambiance, relative positioning, visual reference, etc. and don't get bogged down into exact 5' measurements. We refer to things as in combat, able to close in 1 round, able to close in 2 rounds, etc. Whenever one of the players tries to count off squares and then looks sad when they come up one square short, I remind them I didn't draw the map with absolute precision so they shouldn't have to move with it! We just keep in mind the PC's relatives speeds - we have a Dwarf with a speed of 25, and a monk that between his racial traits and a feat has a ridiculous speed of 50 or something like that. So we're just careful to make sure the monk isn't "penalized" by skipping the grid.

For really big important battles, I print out a published battle map if one exists because the art work really is nice. We started out using glass tokens and dice to mark the characters and monsters, but since then we've picked up painted minis for the characters and printed out 1" tokens for the monsters.

Overall it really does help add in things like terrain, chokepoints, furniture, etc. into a battle. I'm a convert.

u/TroubledViking · 1 pointr/DnD

I use the Pathfinder Play-Mats, just the generic brown mat worked fine for me and it's wet/dry/permanent erase too. They also have themed maps (forest, hills, ship, tavern, etc) if that interests you but the basic brown/grey mat works great. This one is probably the most versatile for ~$20.

u/1bdkty · 1 pointr/DnD

You can definitely but I find its a bit harder and can lead to more arguments. For example, if everyone is on a grid map you can see where walls are, how far away from mobs you are, etc. If you use imagination someone will inevitable say "I thought I was behind the wall, how did they hit me" or "i wouldn't have run forward if I knew all the mobs were that close" or whatever.

The cheapest way to do maps is to get a reusable grid and some dry erase markers. It takes time to draw out the maps but its reusable and also very flexible. This pack uses square grids and has 4 different terrains (grassland, street, stone floor, and water)

u/outfoxingthefoxes · 1 pointr/argentina
u/kino2012 · 1 pointr/youtubehaiku

The paper strip ones are the only ones I can find that you can customize without the price getting exorbitant.

u/Jephimykes · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Artsy for life

I am a music teacher! I have been writing band pieces since before I graduated high school, and I continue to do so now. However, I have been wanting to look at different avenues of composition, and I found one that has piqued my interest.

I would like one of these, a Music Box Set that you can punch out your own songs for the music box! I think it would be amazing if my foster son could fall asleep to music his fosterdad made, instead of the music box we got him that only plays a song for about eight seconds before repeating. Plus, I can work with the kids to create songs as well that they can go home and show their parents!

u/bloodyell76 · 1 pointr/Music
u/Periscopia · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

What's your budget? This company will do it, but it's quite expensive: (click on the "Custom Mechanical Movement" tab).

If you can get by with a standard 18-note mechanism, I think you might be better off buying a cheap mechanism with a pre-installed tune (tons of these on eBay), and making a custom music roll for it. Maybe work with a jeweler.

There are also DIY kits for hand-cranked (not wind-up) mechanisms that use paper rolls:

u/Thrasymachus · 1 pointr/shutupandtakemymoney
u/davidrussell323 · 1 pointr/Undertale

Nah, I used a 15 note diatonic box

u/RGreenway · 1 pointr/DIY

You can do this with a microcontroller, either with conductive, or probably less fiddly, optical sensors. However, you may have seen these already, but music boxes are ideal for punch-card style programming.

You can do some neat math/music concepts this way, including mobius music.

u/haengematte · 1 pointr/IWantToLearn

Probably it won't be that much of a help to you, but I also struggled with this problem.

What helps is memorizing the reason of why you have to stand up at a certain time before you fall asleep. That means don't fall asleep while looking TV or browsing the interwebz but try to think of important things you have to do the next day or things you look forward to. This also helps falling asleep.

I admit it only truly works when the things are of importance to me.

Also consider buying the Sonic Bomb alarm clock which will send you flying out of bed. ;-)

u/samskie · 1 pointr/lifehacks

There are alarm clocks on amazon you can buy that will vibrate your bed or pillow. I had one when i was in highschool cause i couldn't wake up.

This is the one i had

It also gets INSANELY loud on its loudest setting.

u/QuartBernstein · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

You slept through this,

I'm impressed. And curious, is your doctor a sleep specialist? Typically, in cases of sleep apnea, a person is not getting into "rested" sleep (REM). Therefore, despite the quantity, there is no quality of sleep. You should see a sleep specialist if you haven't. In some capacity, you do need to find the source, and it could be a simple fix. There is a lot of misinformation about sleep apnea, and sleeping in general.

If you've tried those two methods, then i'm not sure how much I can help. During school, I have been able to develop a ritual of having the sun wake me up. I consistently, every day woke up without an alarm clock at 6:30, with the windows from my home (albeit, we have skylights). Just know, in this case, that lack of sun builds melatonin (for sleep), and sun has something else (forgot) that will naturally wake you up

Unfortunately, alarms are naturally conducive to a poor wake up; so i'm not the biggest fan of them for myself. When I wake my kids up, I open the curtains, which usually causes them to turn, turn off the sound machine, and then hit the lights. It's usually enough to get them up. Note that two of my kids are heavy sleepers, and could pass a storm in their sleep.
If the sleep doctor doesn't work, and the most powerful alarms, and you cannot find anything to help, if it is related to sleep apnea, then your hubby may be your best bet.

u/flyingbaconspoon · 1 pointr/leaves

no problem. if you are someone that sleeps through alarms or snoozes a bunch and want to break that habit i was the same way. I got this sonic boom alarm clock very hard to sleep through. it has a device attached you put under your mattress that vibrates and shakes your bed as the alarm goes off. Helps get you up on the first go

u/Shorvok · 1 pointr/pics

My Girlfriend's deaf and uses one of these.

It has a little thing under the bed that vibrates it and wakes you up. Works incredibly well for both of us.

u/ObscurelyIntriguing · 1 pointr/pics

I, too, am deaf (my hearing loss is also nerve-based, go figure). Wrist-based alarm clocks like this bug the heck out of me, though! I use this alarm clock, set just to vibrate (the actual alarm does nothing for me, heh). I have the vibrating "puck" under my mattress so that it's positioned directly underneath my upper torso. NO sleeping through that sucker when it goes off!

u/Mr-Echo · 1 pointr/pics

I have this one

Bought it a few years ago for the dock, the vibrating alarm was a nice surprise.

Edit: Don't have this one but it looks pretty nice.

u/AlexDr0ps · 1 pointr/pics

I am not deaf and I love these! I have this model. It's pretty childish but it works great and I prefer the vibration over the annoying ring.

u/downvotingu2 · 1 pointr/pics

That's good and the sonic boom is good. I'm not deaf, but this thing works well.

u/Shenaniganz08 · 1 pointr/videos

Dear Reddit let me share my experience with you guys,

I am exactly the same. In medical school I slept through 2 alarm clocks and missed one of my exams, thankfully they let me retake the exam (I'm a doctor now haha).

The solution to this was an alarm that also vibrated.

I would highly recommend the Sonic Bomb, it puts out 113db of noise and vibrates your bed when the alarm goes off

u/alchemist5 · 1 pointr/DAE

If it helps, you're not alone in that. My old alarm clock was called the 'sonic bomb' and half the time, I'd be woken up by my parents telling me it's been going off for ten minutes. ಠ_ಠ

u/WanderingPuppy · 1 pointr/funny

Have you thought of getting a vibrating alarm clock? I'm a heavy sleeper and I'm about to get one so that I hopefully don't wake up late anymore.

u/michael73072 · 1 pointr/funny

Try this:

I used to be like you, but then I got this alarm clock. Wakes me up every time. The bed shaker is the best part.

u/LostMyPasswordAgain2 · 1 pointr/Firefighting

If you're electrically inclined at all, and could buy an extra radio, you could buy this as well and wire it in so when pages dropped you'd be woken by vibrations as well.

That'd be my solution.

u/fireash · 1 pointr/breakingmom
u/LeeTaeRyeo · 1 pointr/deaf

I use one of these. It has a flashing light (not the most powerful, so don't rely on it alone), a bed vibrator and an incredibly loud alarm (up to around 113 dB, if I remember correctly). I've not completely lost my hearing yet, but I've had to transition to it from a phone alarm and it never fails to wake me up. I know my partner says it could wake the dead.

u/d4mini0n · 1 pointr/shutupandtakemymoney

I listen to music as I sleep and use the vibrate function of this alarm.

u/delti90 · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

My alarm goes off for roughly an hour before I actually hear it and begin to process what's happening. It's not a matter of me just turning the alarm off, or ignoring the alarm. It legitimately does not wake me up. And I have this thing. Which shakes my bed, yet it still takes a long time for me to acknowledge it.

u/President-B-Sanders · 1 pointr/TrollYChromosome
u/pm_your_mixtape · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

There's an alarm on amazon that has a puck and will vibrate your whole bed. If anyone replies to this I'll link it from my computer. I could sleep through only sound alarm, but when your bed starts shaking you're going to wake up.

EDIT: Bless up

u/CrunchyNerd · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I've got this vibrating alarm clock, works like a charm!

u/Scrone · 1 pointr/IWantToLearn

The sleep monitors are great but if you are looking for looking for something that will without a doubt wake you up in the morning, check out the sonic boom. I set the vibrating extension under my pillow and it shakes me awake in the morning

u/Crimsonflwr · 1 pointr/polyphasic

I'll get you something to tinker about until then, taken from the discord:


Your circadian rythm is set by blue light and food intake (also partly by temperature and physical activity); to keep it intact it's wise to keep a 6-8 (preferably 8) hour dark period (with only red light allowed, see !darkperiod) coinciding with an 8-12 hour fasting period. Both the dark period and the fasting should start 2h prior to the core. Not doing so has a major influence on your core's sleep quality, and leads to elevated risks of getting diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
If your core doesn't start 20-24 it is wise to have the dark period be slightly cooler than the rest of the day. In this case getting a daylight lamp to use outside of the dark period is also recommended.
Also try to limit physical activities during the dark period.


Melatonin is essential for entering SWS, however it's production is delayed by all light types except red. Because of this all non-red light types should be completly blocked off during the dark period, which should start 2h prior to the core (first core on DC schedules, night core on Triphasic) and continue for 6-8h (preferably 8h) after that. The reason it should continue even after your wake time (if you have a short core) is to ensure the stability of the circadian rhythm. Darkness is stil prefered over red light, so using night themes is the best option. The light blocking can be done by either wearing blue-green light blocking glasses or by using programs such as F.lux, sunsetscreen etc on a low kelvin setting (around 1000K). Having red lightbulbs is also an option.

Schedule line specifics
DC: if your cores are within 5h from eachother the dark period should cover the whole core gap.
E: if the first nap is relativly close to the core you should have the dark period extended until the end of it.
Triphasic: the gap between the night and dawn cores should be covered in the dark period

For why this is important, see !circadian


Eat a regular meal around 2-3h before a nap (digestion before sleep), or after a nap. Some light snacks are ok within 1-2h before nap.

Products (some removed, I deem them unnecessary in your case) :

We do not endorse any specific products from specific sellers, feel free to dig around to find similar ones if you so desire!

Red glasses, use during the dark period, if you normally wear glasses get 2 and remove 1 from the frame and wear between the glasses and the face

Daylight lamp, use if your core doesn't start at 20-24h. Have atleast 5000 LUX. Use when it's gotten dark outside/during the early morning to set the circadian rhythm. Use until 3h from the dark period.

Red light bulbs, alternative to the red glasses

Sonic bomb, an alarm clock.

These and many more are available at the discord, feel free to join us once you're throigh the exams! Best of luck to you, reply to this or send me a PM if you feel like you need help with something else!

u/bravejango · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement
u/GordoGezy · 1 pointr/insomnia

Bought this a few months ago, it has been incredible. It shakes the entire bed and makes noises on the level of a hurricane warning. I'm the type of person to sleep through everything or just turn it off and go back to sleep, but I can't go back to sleep after it goes off.

u/Dad_Of_2_Boys · 1 pointr/relationship_advice

First try buying one of these and get rid of your other alarms. But 2 if you need to.

Second: You need to retrain your sleep pattern, and you need to practice waking up. If you are needing that much help waking up you are not getting enough sleep.

> Changing my sleep schedule is not possible, I have tried for years and even in completely natural environments without screens or electric lights my sleep patterns are unchanged.

You can change you sleep pattern it's going to take time, patience and practice. What time to you go to bed? If your required to be up at 6am you need to be in bed by 10pm.

u/serg06 · 1 pointr/UofT

It's $58 on Amazon. (There's even options as low as $30, but which probably don't account for shipping cost, and aren't Prime-eligible.)

Wayfair in 2017? Psh.

u/oriaxxx · 1 pointr/ADHD

i had a version of one of these
Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Bed Shaker
and it worked very well, i set the vibratey thing on a hard surface, it was vv annoying.

u/repressl · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Also there is no snoozing with the SONIC BOOM alarm clock

u/Matamosconfuego · 1 pointr/medicalschool

This changed my life. I have always been a big POS when it comes to waking up.

You can use the disc under your mattress as recommended, which will shake your whole bed. I prefer to put the clock across the room. I get out of bed IMMEDIATELY because I feel bad that the whole building can hear my alarm.

u/skittles_rainbows · 1 pointr/Teachers

Any maximum strength sleeping pill at 9:30 (maybe 2). I like audio books. Don't get anything with a big plot line. I like non-fiction. Put the book on for 30 minutes. (If MMJ is legal where you are, I totally recommend that instead.) I also suggest a humidifier. Get one without a filter and use bottled water.

As for waking up. Timy Alarm Clock. You have to solve problems. I would also get a loud alarm clock.

Edited to say,eat a good breakfast with protein. Have a bold good coffee. Eat a good lunch but not too heavy. You need protein. Have an afternoon snack. Keep an energy drink or iced coffee around for emergencies. If you nap after work, keep it to 20 minutes.

u/LICK_THE_BUTTER · 1 pointr/AskMen
u/SteakBarker · 1 pointr/Advice

Dude I hear you 100%. I never heard my alarm before. I ended up buying this thing. Ill tell you what, it INSTANTLY wakes me up. I seriously cant over exaggerate how fast it wakes you up.


Its the Sonic Alarm Clock

u/SpinningAndSpun · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

In the last couple years, my phone alarm has stopped waking me up. I used to use my phone alarm for everything and never had a problem, until one day I just started sleeping through it every time. I tried a lot of different things like the website to help me wake up to natural rhythms, alarms with puzzles and such (which didn't work since I wouldn't wake up to the alarm to even solve the puzzle), but the thing that worked best for me is this bad boy.

It is so loud and unsettling, I wake up instantly to it. It shakes the bed on top of unleashing the most horrible screech I've ever heard. It's so loud, that I can hear it going off from my 3rd story apartment with the windows closed when I'm standing outside my building. I'm sure my neighbors loathe me for it, but it helped me start getting to work on time and keep my job.

u/dewmaster · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I've had one of those for years and it is awesome, mostly because my alarm wouldn't bother people in other rooms. After knocking it off my night stand almost a hundred times I broke the switch that let me turn on the bed shaker, so now I just use it as an audible alarm clock.

This is the one I have:

u/irmaleopold · 1 pointr/Parenting

One of these comes to shakes the bed, super loud alarm and disco lights!

u/Slizzard_73 · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Yeah it stopped waking me up for school so I got this lol

u/mankstar · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Get this and never sleep in again. Worked for me. It has a vibrating disc that you slip under your pillow and it shakes your head awake. The super loud alarm helps too

Warning: may piss off roommates

u/eliminate1337 · 1 pointr/cscareerquestions

Sounds like you need a louder alarm.

I have a foolproof method to make getting up early easier. I set my alarm for 30 minutes before I have to be up. When I hear that alarm, I take the caffeine pill on my nightstand and go right back to sleep. The caffeine kicks in then I'm wide awake.

u/julienthelemur · 1 pointr/productivity

The light portion doesn't wake me up, so it's an expensive alarm clock in my case

I bought

u/thisisnotsarah · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

And you can make your roommates want to stab you in the chest at the same time!

Or you could just get a real alarm clock that makes you feel like you're waking up to an earthquake -

u/teachersloungebar · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

This is the one I use. It has a vibrating disk that goes under your mattress or pillow and can be used with or without a sound mode. It works very well, as I am a very heavy sleeper yet my roommates can't hear a thing.

u/McGobs · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Bought this for an Ex. It will shake your bed since you won't wake up to audible torture.

u/vawksel · 1 pointr/sleep

This alarm clock should work for you:

The Sonic Bomb, AKA The Bomb, is for anyone at any age who thinks they might not wake up in the morning. At 113db, this dual alarm is sure to rattle your windows and force your eyes open. And if that doesn't put your feet on the floor, the pulsating alert lights and Super Shaker bed vibrating unit will.

If you sleep through this, then nothing will likely work less you rig a bucket of water to dump on you every morning.

If you buy this, READ THIS IMPORTANT: Many people have posted that their units burned out or that it kept time incorrectly. This is because they failed to look at the directions. In the directions that come with the alarm clock there is information detailing a switch on the backside of the unit. It is labeled 24hrs 50hz, 12hrs 50hz, and 12hrs 60hz. This switch not only controls the time format(12 hour vs. 24 hour), but also controls the tuning of the internal electronics. In European countries, 24 hour time format is standard, and wall outlets alternating current runs at a frequency of 50hz. In America, most people use the 12 hour time format, and our electrical outlets operate at a frequency of 60hz. What this means is that if you have this switch in the wrong position, you run the chance of damaging your unit, and you will notice that the time will not be accurate(it says this in the manual).

u/Madameantique · 1 pointr/AmItheAsshole

Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Extra-Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Red Flashing Alert Lights and a Powerful Bed Shaker

sorry for the long link. This helped my roommate for she would sleep through the apocalypse.

u/mochacho · 1 pointr/AmItheAsshole

NAH, sharing a room with someone sucks, waking up sucks. I had similar issues, I found an alarm meant for deaf people helped me immensely.

u/iwannaelroyyou · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I have a blind person alarm with the bed shaker ... the shaker is supposed to go under the mattress ... I had to move it to inside the pillow case. It also sounds off the loudest fucking alarm ever ...

Think it wakes me up? Nope. 😕 I wish I could wake up easily.

Edit: This one Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Bed Shaker

u/amanda453 · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Yes, it is a choice:

Alarm clock for deaf people. It vibrates your pillow and makes no sound. Back when I was living in the dorms I bought one because I got up every morning before 5AM for sports practice.

u/kingdavecako · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I got one of these for Christmas a while back. I love it.

u/thatoneguy89 · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/WarOtter · 1 pointr/Planetside

It's an actual alarm clock which will have no problem waking you up, check the link.

u/KernicPanel · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

Then the Sonic Bomb alarm clock is for you. It wakes you up by way of vibration.

u/ChasingLena · 1 pointr/GetOutOfBed

Might need to switch to a bed shaker and possibly drinking enough water that you'll wake yourself up in the morning naturally.

Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Bed Shaker

u/Tall_Mickey · 1 pointr/Advice

Under the circumstances, I must agree.

Unless you have one already, you may want to look into the Sonic Bomb alarm clock. It even shakes the bed (edit) with pulsing lights, too!

u/barber107 · 1 pointr/PUBATTLEGROUNDS

I'll start by saying there are 1,000,000 ways to do this. This was the way I did it based on what I know and while it works for me I am sure it could be improved upon by much smarter folks! I am always open to constructive criticism and feedback.

I started with this:

However, I ended up with a newer version of the board, but I don't see his info on that online.

Anyways, I paired it with the bed shaker from an alarm clock like this: I had the alarm clock and bed shaker that I bought after going deaf because I always slept on my hearing side and couldn't hear the normal alarm. Thankfully I am past that now.

Put together, this is what it looks like:

I also have a 12 volt power supply that powers everything and an audio cable that runs to the computer. It is all slapped together in a project box.

Basically, I split the headphone out on my PC to my headphones and this system. I set the circuit board to pickup the audio from the side that I am deaf on (right side) and adjust the sensitivity setting so that it activates the bed shaker at the right threshold based on what I am doing. The tuning of getting headphone volume loud enough (and not too loud) and getting the bed shaker to actually provide helpful feedback takes some time. I put the shaker under the rug that my feet are on while I play. I get a helpful shake when something is going on on my right side. This is enough for me to know to spin that way or watch my Sonic Radar. I don't think I've been run over (from my deaf side) since I started using this.

My next step is to put this thing on its own headphone amplifier with volume control so I can control it with more granularity and separately from the headphones.

Also, and in general, make sure you enable the loudness equalization in Windows: This will boost the more quite things like footsteps so that the shaker can pick them up.

Finally, between this setup and Sonic Radar I only feel mildly handicapped. It was fun to put together because I like the "maker" aspect and it helps "solve" a problem.

u/xX_hazeydayz_Xx · 1 pointr/sleep

Sonic Alert SBB500SS Sonic Bomb Extra-Loud Dual Alarm Clock with Red Flashing Alert Lights and a Powerful Bed Shaker

u/Nsults · 1 pointr/sleep

I have this exact same problem. So as of right now the way that I barley wake up is... I have one crap alarm clock that I would toss in a heartbeat but its noise so whatever. I have another alarm clock called the sonic boom (you can get it on amazon). It has a vibrating piece that you can put under your mattress but it didn't do a ton so i put it under my pillow. The problem with that was I would angrily smash my alarm clock and wake up with an instant headache lol. So i put both alarm clocks across my room on the dresser and I leave that vibrating piece on my wood floors for the loudest most obnoxious noise you'll ever hear. I was getting out of bed and turning them off, not conscious enough to make the right decision so the last thing I added has been a life saver. Go to the app store on your phone and download Alarmy. You can set it to do math problems to turn off the alarm. I currently have to do 12 math problems to wake up. It's like 98 + 67, nothing too complicated but enough to make you never want to fall back asleep lol. Also the other thing I am going to get next is a wake up light that mimics natural sunlight. So say you set your alarm for 0430 like I do, at 0415 it gradually gets brighter until its brightest setting at 0430.

u/dantesgift · 1 pointr/deaf

[This one has over 7000 reviews and is 4.5 stars on amazon] (

u/Leoben23 · 1 pointr/sleep

I’m not joking. I wish I had this bed shaking alarm clock when I was younger. I kept thinking when I got older that I would naturally get up earlier. That never happened.

u/badmotherfuhrer · 1 pointr/IWantToLearn
u/Ereinion_Erinsal · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

This shit works. Also shoots my blood pressure up high enough where I couldn't pass back out even if I wanted to. For best effect put the unit under a blanket so you can't roll over and flip it off easily.

u/MedStudent14 · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Had the same problem. I bought the Sonic Bomb. Damn thing gives me a heart attack in the morning. But at least I wake up!

u/Jennynot · 1 pointr/GetOutOfBed

Seriously, try this!!

There's a bit which you put under your mattress which makes the whole bed vibrate and the alarm is mega loud. You cannot ignore it!!

u/DiscoMilk · 1 pointr/funny

I've got the same problem as you, I bought an alarm for deaf people that has a pad that goes under your mattress and vibrates your bed violently in addition to the loud ass alarm clock.

Link here if you're interested

u/Captain_Owl · 1 pointr/Warframe

As someone who works at 5am in the morning this is the only thing that wakes me up it literally shakes the bed

u/TheRoofie · 1 pointr/pics

The Sonic Bomb alarm clock. Scares you awake the first few times you use it.

u/-3point14159-mp · 1 pointr/Narcolepsy

So, first let me say THANK YOU for using! You’re the best!

Now, I have 2 recommendations for alarms, but neither is very similar to yours.

If you like phone alarms, I highly recommend [alarmy](Alarmy - Alarm clock by Delight Room Co., Ltd. (iPhone link, but I’m pretty sure it’s also available for Android). It has a feature that requires you to take a picture, and then recreate the same picture to turn the alarm off. I use this every morning. It’s the only alarm that has worked for me consistently.

If you’re set on a physical alarm, my go to is the sonic bomb. The display doesn’t turn off, but other than that it’s amazing. It has a pad that you can put under your pillow or mattress that vibrates to wake you up. It has different levels of intensity (like less intense for under your pillow, or really intense for under the mattress or if you’re harder to wake up). This is key for not waking up light sleeping bed partners because it’s a separate function from the auditory alarm. It’s also really easy to turn off if needed.

u/bxtk · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Sonic Bomb.

I'm the heaviest sleeper I've ever met but I've never slept through it, even with the sound alarm turned completely off.

Can't comment yet on how it'll last through the years since I've only had it for two, but it's solid enough that nothing rattles around when you shake it.

u/NyQuil_Delirium · 1 pointr/ROTC

Get a nonconventional alarm. My wife has QR codes posted around the house that she has to scan to shut off the alarm. When we were in college and space was limited, she used one of these:

Just make sure to turn the volume off. The shaking will probably wake you up on its own, but with the audio on it wakes up your dorm room and the next two dorm rooms on either side.

u/-Malky- · 1 pointr/france

Ne me remercie pas, au bout d'un moment ça coûte cher ces conneries.

u/ManteauNewtonFeedbac · 1 pointr/AppleWatch

Slightly cheaper than the floor mat is the clocky. Makes you chase it around the room to snooze it.

u/Zach21893 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Unless your a sleep ninja, this should do the trick

u/AllYearHalloween · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Just going to leave this here.

u/chyldofthebeat · 1 pointr/funny
u/charlieplexed · 1 pointr/GetMotivated

>Make it something especially obnoxious.

like this one

u/thegreatgazoo · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/Toke_On_420 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

ive got one for you but I must go retrieve a link first though.....

when its time to wake up in the morning your alarm clock will instantly leap off of your dresser and hit the ground running. this forces you to wake up to go retrieve your alarm clock >.> personally i would probably just break the damn thing

u/cheesewilliams · 1 pointr/comics

Man, I literally change alarm clocks every four months or so because of this. My friends even buy me strange ones. Here are some examples:

Clocky and Flying Alarm Clock

u/ForeverARedditer · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Well then...



And Here

u/solrael · 1 pointr/Anxiety

Maybe try a clocky? It might help if you have to get up to shut it off?

I still sleep pretty badly on lexapro, so getting up is more of 'oh god it's morning already?!?' Situation.

u/wafflestomp2014 · 1 pointr/AirForce

They spend so much to train you, it's true. There's an alarm you can buy for people like you. It has wheels and when it goes off it drives away so you have to get up to turn it off.

u/SillyBirdy123 · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/blastedastronaut · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I have [Clocky] (! I absolutely love it. Even when I don't want to get up, he's rolled away and I can only stand the noise for so long.

u/snorlaxbubba · 1 pointr/ADHD

I’m sorry this happened. It’s a too frequent occurrence with me too.

I’m getting better at this, but before it got so bad that I accidentally trained my girlfriend to silence alarms while sleeping. Just because I would set so many and never wake up, she would turn them off for me but it got to the point where she wouldn’t wake up to them anymore, knowing I would just turn them off and go back to sleep. And choose sleep over chores i needed to do around the house. (I work evenings so I don’t have this problem)

Here’s some things that helped me the last few months

  1. Don’t give yourself room to doubt. Vision yourself waking up to the alarm, when you’re setting your alarm write it down in person and a note in your phone that you WILL wake up to the alarm.

    If that doesn’t work...

  2. There are alarm apps you can get that require you to solve problems in order to turn off the alarm

    If that doesn’t work...

    Ask a friend to call or text you until you get up. Make sure if it’s a text, you call them once your up so they know you are conscious.

    If that doesn’t work...

    Our minds are trained in a funny way. If you ever realize your mind going into auto pilot while driving a familiar route and not remembering part of the drive (how many red lights you could have driven through). Or even just how time goes by faster every year. Our minds reduce the interpreting work load if it is familiar with it. That being said, this can also happen with alarms. Setting the same alarm noise at the same time every day, your brain anticipates it, going into autopilot, it’ll turn the alarm off without even properly waking you up.
    -set different alarm tones. Choose ones that really annoy you/don’t care about.
    -set alarms at different times everyday
    -when you go to set an alarm. Set it to around the time you want but don’t actually look at the last number, so your brain doesn’t subconsciously know when the alarm is going off.

    There are alarms (kinda expensive) (Clocky Alarm Clock on Wheels in Aqua that make you get up to turn the alarm off.

    Ok! So!

    With all these tips - the BEST thing you can do if any of these work, is to make sure you get into the habit of waking up to them. If it works for 4 days, change it up, make a goal for the next 4, then change it etc until your brain will no longer just silence alarms as it did before.

    there will still be days where you sleep through the alarms. But it won’t be nearly as many

    I hope this helps ❤️

    And that you didn’t get fired over this.
u/laveria · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/I_hate_Slogan_Shirts · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/eLCT · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/original_4degrees · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

perhaps this app is what you need.

or one of these guys

u/szukai · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I've destroyed (unintentionally) more than 10 alarm clocks throughout HS to college.

A coworker gave me a clock with wheels on it, it was a gag gift but it worked:

It does one thing well, it makes sure you stay awake!

I would personally recommend just going to bed early. Making a set bed time will help your body establish a sleep schedule.

u/hccummings · 1 pointr/AskMen
u/Peanut_blubber · 1 pointr/sleep
u/starsspanthesky · 1 pointr/Advice

Maybe this guy can help. Also make sure your diet is well and you're drinking enough water. Are you getting enough sleep? Too much sleep? You could also see a sleep specialist to check for things like apnea which will decrease the hours of sleep you get per night, making it difficult to wake up.

u/writhena · 1 pointr/Fitness

i set 2 alarms. my phone goes off and i always hit snooze. like you i sometimes do it in my sleep. 9 minutes later it goes off again. if i hit snooze again, then a minute later, my alarm clock goes off. its really loud and i have to get up to turn it off. it really helps to have to get up to turn off the alarm because you definitely have to wake up. you could put the alarm clock all the way across the room and just crank up the volume.

you could even get something like this - an alarm clock on wheels. you'd have to chase it across the house. :)

also, some people actually sleep in their workout clothes to help them get moving.

good luck, getting up so early is really hard.

u/normous · 1 pointr/ADHD

Yeah... You're not getting around that.

You need a Clocky!

u/sneeden · 1 pointr/arduino

Well, i have one of these which takes quite the pounding.

u/Acewrap · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/DayWalkinAintEasy · 1 pointr/IWantToLearn

This what I think someone else was referring to. It runs around. I always wanted one, but never have trouble walking up.

Here's a demo video of Clocky.

More over, I use a sleep tracker. It walked me up when I should naturally wake-up easier. Not sure which phone you use, but both Android and Apple have apps that work well. Related Lifehacker review of sleep trackers.

u/redditnerdi · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

This is precisely why I got a [ clocky ] ( for Christmas from a coworker.

u/a_cheesy_buffalo · 1 pointr/relationship_advice

This stuff works wonders. You spray it prior to drop off and it really helps with odor.

But as other posters have said, you are moving in together. Everybody poops. Some poop stinks more than others. Who knows, you might be doing something dietary that is contributing. Also, is there only one bathroom in the house?

u/Take_A_Penguin_Break · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

This stuff will change your life

u/akurth19 · 1 pointr/AmazonTopRated

The [poo pouri] ( reviews as a whole are some of the funniest things I've ever read.

u/onlycatie · 1 pointr/funny

This is something that has saved me from making the bathroom smell terrible many a times.

u/Frostbitejo · 1 pointr/AmItheAsshole

Can I recommend you buy some "poo pourri" for the shared bathroom? You do a few sprays in the toilet before you poop and it honest to god stops the scene of poop (by forming an oil over the surface so the smell doesn't leak out). Give it a try and avoid the issue going forward.

u/Talllkitten · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'd give poo-pourri!. According to my stepmom, it works well lol

u/xaqori · 1 pointr/ostomy

Seriously this stuff is liquid gold. I know it seems gimmicky, but I've used it (same issue you have) and IT ACTUALLY FREAKIN' WORKS!

u/stillneverwrong · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. PooPourri

  2. Lorises rock
u/victorii · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/vbullinger · 1 pointr/nfl

I use this. No joke

u/oh_no_a_hobo · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Here you go.

u/martysthreegirls · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This will rid the stink from the bathroom

These are NOM

This will make my dog pretty

This would keep my cables neat

I figure there's something in those 4 that are awesome :p

Ooh crazy's what they think about me

u/cube5000 · 1 pointr/gadgets

Look here. Please consider all of the alarms on the page. :-)

u/Choosing_is_a_sin · 1 pointr/CrazyIdeas
u/CloakNStagger · 1 pointr/AskReddit

An equally motivating/annoying product.

u/ClimbingC · 1 pointr/funny

They are not exactly helicopters, but I knew what he was on about.

Had similar things as toys growing up.

u/SarahJaneThePain · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/The_KaoS · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

Here's the helicopter one, pretty cheap too. I'm sure you could find higher quality ones if you did a bit of searching.

Tech Tools Flying Alarm Clock

u/halfbaked04 · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

This thing is pretty cool and useful in this situation.

u/Boobies_4_Prez · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Try This for 12 bucks

Then hit the shower, shave up, and delete your facebook.

u/definitely_not_david · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

or get this or this

u/Watawkichaw · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/knoxville1915 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I'll tell you what NOT to do: program your alarm to play Pink Floyd. You won't be able to tell if you're awake or not.

Otherwise, try getting your roommate to punch you in the face until you get up.

Though I've always wanted to try this.

u/Panguin · 1 pointr/AskReddit

This is the one I use. It's super loud, and having to walk around and find the damn thing helps me wake up. So does dealing with the cat who just jumped on my face trying to catch it.

u/Vomix · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I use a Shake-N-Wake. It vibrates to wake me up so that I can wake up at 4:00 without waking up my wife. Also, I can never remember how to turn it off, so hysterically clicking all of the buttons for a few seconds when it goes off is usually sufficient to clear the sleep from my eyes.

Edit: link

u/jewhore · 1 pointr/gadgets

I bought a misfit shine on sale under the impression that I would be able to set a vibrating alarm. Turns out it doesnt have one and this is my only reason for purchasing one. Is there anything under 50$ that will wake me up silently that isnt a giant clock attached to my wrist like this?

u/TabbyCaterpillar · 1 pointr/pics
u/digitalwanderer · 1 pointr/pics

Amazon has them for $14us

I've never tried this style, but I've been using the "Sonic Alert SB300 Sonic Boom Loud Vibrating Alarm Clock with Large Display" for about 2 years now and love it. I'm hard to wake up, so I use the noise and vibration most times....and it works.

Just using the vibration works too, but it's a much gentler way to wake up and I only do that on days I can fall back asleep. ;)

u/TheWhiteRabbitY2K · 1 pointr/AskReddit

They legit have a alarm clock that comes with a ring, that will vibrate when its time to wake up. Don't abuse it. Here's a less cool version.

u/pitbullprogrammer · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts
u/I_MAKE_BAD_COMMENTS · 1 pointr/sleep
u/satchea · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Find a soundless alarm clock that will work for her - just as an example.

u/ewwgrossitskyle · 1 pointr/deaf

I'm not deaf, but my wife is a light sleeper so I got the Shake 'n Wake which I strap to my ankle like a house arrest ankle monitor. It buzzes enough to wake me, and I'd sleep through a hurricane. I imagine it would be terrific for someone who's deaf or hard of hearing.

u/cloudsofdawn · 1 pointr/ADHD

Hey, just an update. I found this and it’s very inexpensive. It goes off for a full minute apparently for the alarm. You can read more in the description and read the reviews for yourself and see if it might be helpful. They’re very black and white, hence the rating.

You might have to look at another listing. It’s on the Canadian amazon for $26.50 CAD.

u/Cumberlandjed · 1 pointr/pebble

So you wanted this:
Silent Vibrating Personal Alarm Clock "Shake-N-Wake" (White)

u/BlackHoleFun · 1 pointr/LucidDreaming

how about something like this: "silent vibrating alarm clock"

u/darkmdbeener · 1 pointr/AskReddit
u/Gingervitus88 · 1 pointr/pics
u/hashbrowns21 · 1 pointr/UCI

This might solve your alarm problem

u/YourWelcomeOrMine · 1 pointr/deaf

I'm in the exact same situation. I use this: I'd prefer an a Apple Watch but this is 1000x less expensive.

u/qacha · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Gifted Post

The weirdest thing on Amazon isn't a thing at all, and it can be yours for only $2.99+s/h!

I'd love a sketch of any sort of giant fighting robot. If not that, a small to moderate sized fighting robot would suffice.

Here's a photo of a very genuine, ecstatic, smile. Sorry for the potato quality, it's a blown up screencap of the U-M vs. Notre Dame game in 2011.

u/gimiltock · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon
u/marker_sniffer · 1 pointr/secretsanta

I'd laugh. Trying to find out where to order one in the states so I can get my nephew one.

edit: it's on amazon

edit2: ships from the UK =(

u/Timmytimmy234234 · 1 pointr/dwarffortress

Get your nothing here! Buy them now, before they're out of business!

u/dgwingert · 1 pointr/AmItheAsshole

Not the asshole. It sounds like this is the gift he needs:

u/quirkybeeper · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If it didn't take so long to ship, I'd recommend this.

But, I think this would also be pretty awesome! (And even slightly practical lol)

u/TheRubyRedPirate · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I can gift you nothing

u/gzy91 · 1 pointr/soccer
u/Dhpayne · 1 pointr/cigars

Just ordered this yesterday as I had some amazon gift cards lying around. Same company, but I got one of the other style options.

Will let you know how it turns out

u/ubsr1024 · 1 pointr/cigars

That humidor on the left, is that this one? How do you like it?

u/Lukekk · 1 pointr/cigars

If it has to be bought from amazon, my friend and I each have this one of these right now, performs quite well. However, if you can, I would actually try out cigarbid for humidors, they usually have all the standard humidors for a great price if you can pull the bid off.

u/The_Cleric · 1 pointr/cigars

Here's some decent ones, but they are a bit overpriced compared to non Amazon prices.

u/SenorCeeb · 1 pointr/cigars

I got one identical to this one. It looks nice for sure, however I find it seriously leaks contrary to the “sureseal” technology. From some of the reviews people written, some people suspect the leak is due to the hydrometer not being sealed properly. I’d buy the used one if I were to re-buy this product.

link to amazon

u/QuikAF77 · 1 pointr/cigars

Go on cbid, you can get a deal. Or hit amazon thats what I got for my first humidor, it works well. Don't take advantage of the nice people on this sub.

u/MagicallyMalificent · 1 pointr/WhatsInThisThing

Well, sort of, but a humidifier is generally used to humidify a whole room or something, and a humidor is specifically for keeping and/or aging cigars. Here's a good example of one. They can vary in size though. That's more on the small end, but I've seen whole rooms rigged as humidors.

u/Spoonthetoast · 1 pointr/cigars

Wow! I'm seasoning it with a shot glass filled with distilled water. The instructions say do it for a day. Will my cigars last in a ziplock if I Gould do it for 3 days? This is the humidor I have for reference:

u/walker240 · 1 pointr/cigars

Thanks. Also does this seem like a good humidor?

u/afc-egs · 1 pointr/cigars

Thanks! I don't really feel comfortable saying what I like about cigars yet, because I would most likely be guessing or talking out of my ass. I tend to enjoy some scotch with them, I don't know if that is any help. I have looked into some sort of storage device because I tend to smoke 1-2 on the weekends rather than mid week. [This] ( was recommended in another thread I read and also looked into seasoning them correctly and keeping the humidity at a good %.

u/Econn98 · 1 pointr/cigars

$30? This one was my first humidor.

Quality Importers Desktop Humidor, Capri-Glasstop

and still works great. Holds humidity where I want it (68%-72%) constantly with one of these guys.

Drymistat Humidifier Tube

Best part - the glass top. You get to stare at your beautiful, sexy, glorious sticks!

u/artvalay · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This will go perfectly on the shelf above your computer!

Decorate already!

u/ldjd · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Hollowlife6 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/gonnaflynow · 1 pointr/Art

Nice try. You didn't make this. It exists on Amazon and elsewhere if you need proof.

Everybody that upvoted this, for shame.

u/BoroPaul · 1 pointr/pics
u/VannaVictorian · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Justin Bieber is one of the cockiest douchebags to ever rise to fame.

you may be a girl, but so am i. not every girl is girly, so i am going to link you a few different items :)

also, i'm native american so this is how part of my bedroom is decorated. the picture was taken for a fellow redditor as he was putting together a photo album for his wife.

so here it goes.. one


i'm also a fan of skulls and day of the dead so here's a few things you might like .

i would get this for myself if i could.


here, have a melting clock.

who doesn't like pillows . weird people don't like pillows

ok i think i'm done


u/ekalowl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is one of the coolest things!

Also... knock knock....

Also Justin Bieber is one of the cockiest douchebags to ever rise to fame.

Also I want to be you

Also have a great day, and thanks for the contest!!

u/JessieAnonymous · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here's a clock that I think is super cool. And this is something that I need to make a pop filter with [: Thanks for the contest, man. Don't worry be happy

u/rosie__ · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[You should get this clock] ( because it is unique (and because i want it to lol). You are pretty amazing for a warlock :).

u/jmurphy42 · 1 pointr/Parenting

Boy, that's rough.

In our house we hold the line on getting out of bed or TV at night. Night time is for sleeping, period, no exceptions. I suspect he's more likely to try to stay awake if he knows doing something fun is an option.

Another thing that helped us, and might help you with nighttime wakings, was figuring out that our daughter had a really hard time understanding when it was morning/OK for her to get up. We blacked out her room because the slightest hint of sunlight made it impossible for her to sleep (which was rough in the summer when it was still light at bedtime and got bright before she ought to be waking). I mean, total blackout - we covered her windows with tin foil and covered that with blackout curtains. Then we gave her a clock similar to this one that lights up green when it's OK for her to get up in the morning. Overnight it made a huge difference.

u/MemeThemedName · 1 pointr/Parenting

It might be worth trying a toddler clock like this one.

u/brainpicnic · 1 pointr/sleeptrain

This simple one should do. Some also use the Hatch nightlight.

u/Plzspeaksoftly · 1 pointr/breakingmom

They have it on Amazon.

Mirari OK to Wake! Alarm Clock & Night-Light

u/thegurujim · 1 pointr/daddit

Amazon has a couple sleep training light/clock combos.

If the end product is easy to use with the app and costs at least the same as the current solutions that don't have wifi you may have some biters.

u/amyhansen90 · 1 pointr/Mommit

Thank you for your comments! You must be exhausted!
Sleep is actually my expertise and I hope to talk a lot about pediatric sleep in my blog.

Just to offer some suggestions, if your child is struggling with falling asleep there are a few options that you can try.

  1. Have you ever considered a pediatric sleep specialist? They can help you identify why your little one is struggling to fall asleep at night. If you wanted, I would be more than happy to talk to you about your local options. There can be a TON of reasons as to why little ones do not fall asleep at night, and they are easily fixed with the help of a specialist.
  2. As your kiddo gets older I would recommend an OK To Wake Clock. What we find is that children struggle with the concept of time. The OK to Wake light changes color to let them know that it's okay to get up and get Mommy in the morning. Here is a link:

    Hopefully these options can increase your sleep time!
u/marbleavengers · 1 pointr/IFParents

Here's one I've read about on the parent listserv: There are a few out there, same general concept, and I'll add them if I can remember their names.

Ha here's another for 60 freaking dollars but the reviews are very positive:

u/edgeofchaos183 · 1 pointr/toddlers

I got the Ok to Wake clock on sale at Target. It has worked pretty well so far. My LO knows not to get up until the bug is green. The only downside is that it turns off after half an hr so if he sleeps longer then he will yell instead of poking the button to see the time. Amazon has a ton of different options depending on function and budget. I just wanted something to light up when it was ok to get up but not sound an alarm. This is the one we have.

Ok to Wake clock

u/believeitornotjail · 1 pointr/toddlers

A nutrition/mom page I follow on Instagram recommended this ok to wake light but im curious what other alarm/lights people use

u/midgettme · 1 pointr/toddlers
u/SinkoHonays · 1 pointr/daddit

We have this one. Works well enough, but I think you can only set one “wake up time.”

u/kathog · 1 pointr/Parenting

I don't usually follow \r\parenting but my husband saw your post and suggested I respond. I can hear myself in you sometimes.

I can relate to where you're coming from. I have a daughter with Sensory Processing Disfunction. She. doesn't. stop. moving. EVER. and no. It's not normal 2 year old behavior. (I am so tired of hearing that.) She is so busy busy busy she was having trouble learning speech. She tested as a 15-18 mo when she was 24 mo. It also doesn't help that I'm an enabler. I gave her whatever she needed before she would have to ask. I also have some ongoing health issues that make me fatigued from time to time which makes parenting an active child a challenge.

There's a ton of good advice in the comments so far. I agree with you needing to work on you first. It's super important for you to get the help you need to be mentally capable to raise your son. Kids are hard. Even harder if you're struggling with health issues.

My advice is going to focus on your son since you've gotten so much advice for you. First I need to say, good for you for getting him involved in EI! That's a huge step. Now you need to make sure you're using them to their full potential. I'm going to base most of my assumptions that you're in the US. If not, some of the advice won't fit.

I sincerely hope that your son is getting Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy, maybe even Developmental Therapy for the social issues. It sounds like he definitely needs it. Because my daughter was so delayed in speech, they were able to give her Speech, OT and Developmental Therapy. I'm in the state of IL. I'm not sure if your state works the same way. They have helped her so much even in 6 short months.

We too are already talking about pre-school. That in and of itself is super scary. It's hard to acknowledge your baby is growing up! She's getting evaluated by the school district in June. Has your EI coordinator talked to you about when your testing will be? The school district will do their own set of tests and create a IEP (Individualized Education Plan) for him.

(One thing I just thought of... Make lists of questions so when you're talking to people like the OT or Speech or EI or docs, you've got something to refer to and don't have to try to remember. When you're not feeling yourself, it's especially hard to be on the ball.)


Routines have been a huge help for my daughter and I. I am naturally a person that needs to know what's coming next. I hate surprises (although I'm getting better about it as I get older). The biggest thing is nap time. For us, nap time actually starts about 30-45 min before I want to put her down. I try to do it at the same time every day. Because she is so physically active, I have to make sure we do some "heavy work" at least 45 min before I want to put her to sleep. For her it is typically jumping on her trampoline. She also has a small wagon I brought inside that I fill with bean bags for her to pull around. After the heavy work, she gets a 30 min TV show. Then diaper change and a book. We were having some trouble with her laying down after we switched to a toddler bed. We bought a clock that lights up. It took about 2 weeks of being super consistent (and listening to her screaming) but she now doesn't need it at nap time any more. We still have it set in the morning. Momma needs her sleep!

Heavy Work

Heavy work is super important for kids with sensory issues. I would think it would help any child that is overly active. They love that feeling of being pulled to the earth. My LO loves being smushed and squeezed. When I give her a hug, I make sure its extra squeezy. :)

We have one of those houses with 2 dining rooms (why are there 2? I have no idea). One of them has been turned into an indoor playground for my daughter. The winter was so brutal that I needed ways for LO to get out her energy. She's got a trampoline, balls, sit-in-spin, and rocking horse. If you have the space, maybe you could include some of these for your son.


For my LO, we started signing with her once we realized there was a problem after her initial testing. It was a couple of months before she started Speech Therapy through EI and we were trying to be pro-active. We found the TV show "Signing Time". I don't know what it is about this show, but for my daughter it seemed like it opened the floodgates. She was suddenly saying new words while she was doing the signs. It was a miracle for us. They have a few clips up on YouTube. We bought the DVD sets from their website but you can see if your local library has them or something like them.


For us, consistency is key. There are always tantrums when I try to implement anything new and sometimes they happen over things that we've been doing for ages. This is the part that goes with being 2. But at the same time, I feel like it's typically a little extreme. Mostly because she knows she should be able to tell me what she wants but can't. It's hard but you have to try to be strong. One thing to think about is if you want things to continue as they are. A week of tantrums to get him to sit at the table to eat like a normal child is worth it to me.

Good luck. Feel free to PM if you need any more advice. Just know that there are people here willing to help and support you.

u/bacon_music_love · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Philips also makes a much cheaper version ($70). This one has a white light that slowly gets brighter, rather than the colored sunrise simulation.

u/sleezly · 1 pointr/Hue

Philips sells dedicated sunrise simulation alarm clock radios if that's what you're truly after... no hub required.

Expensive: Philips Wake-Up Light with Colored Sunrise Simulation alarm clock & sunset fading night light, White HF3520

Cheaper: Philips Wake-up Light with Sunrise Simulation alarm clock, White HF3500/60

u/jporegon · 1 pointr/ADHD

If you wake up before the sun is up consider buying a wake up light like this (it helps fool your brain into waking up naturally)
Go to bed at about the same time every night if you can- consider taking melatonin (especially if you are taking meds for ADHD). You can buy it at just about any grocery store. I have five kids, two with ADHD like me and the melatonin "knocks them out" safely in about 30 minutes. A good night's rest can be the key to waking up on time.
If you don't sleep well because your mind is racing about what you have to do the next day then write yourself a brief to-do list to remind you. Then tell your brain not to worry and get some rest. Consider meditation before bed as well to help you fall asleep.

Last, if worst comes to worst, find work that fits you - not the other way around. Some jobs can be very flexible about when you show up. Also, consider talking to your boss about your condition, see if you can offer something to compensate:
Boss, I have to accept that I am who I am and I'm probably going to be a little late sometimes. But, once I am here I will give 110% and stay late every day to balance out the time - if it is ok.

best of luck!

u/MothershipConnection · 1 pointr/LosAngeles

Pretty basic but it works for me well. I'm actually looking at some other ones with sweet colors and music in stuff like this one though:

u/Racoonhands · 1 pointr/McMaster
u/beigetowel18 · 1 pointr/vipkid

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

This is the one I have. It’s annoying but very effective!

u/tongsy · 1 pointr/AskMen

I have this and it really helps me.

u/Cptn_Awesome · 1 pointr/iphone

If you're gonna use music, for the love of god, make it a large playlist. Easiest way to start hating a song is to make it your alarm.

I switched to using a Wake Up Light. Because of my schedule I usually get 5-6 hours of sleep a night. Couple that with an abrupt wake up from an alarm I felt tired until I got my morning caffeine fix.

With the light it feel like I'm waking up late morning after sleeping in on a Saturday....but everyday!

u/sweetooth0 · 1 pointr/saskatoon

I use one of those alarm clocks that slowly lights up in the morning so it mimics a sunrise. That helps quite a bit. The one I got was a bit on the pricey side I felt, but I do feel like it was worth it:

Also, like everyone else says, take your vitamin D

u/Dookie_boy · 1 pointr/CozyPlaces

If this is America, I'm pretty sure it's a Philips wake up light

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock with Sunrise Simulation, White (HF3500/60)

u/alxro99 · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

I got this a year ago , It definitely works as far as slowly going on and lighting up most of the room by the time the alarm goes off. Would recommend for $50. There are other more expensive versions but this gets the job done.

u/squareandcompasses · 1 pointr/GetOutOfBed

I don't think Amazon sells this model directly anymore but you may can find it elsewhere. Philips Hf3470 Wake-up Light, White

They do have one that is 69 bucks but doesn't have FM radio
Philips HF3500/60 Wake-Up Light
They actually have a 10 dollar coupon right now so you can pick it up for 59. I went for the first one because it had radio as well.

u/Zapatista77 · 1 pointr/HumansBeingBros
u/Guepardita · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

Since he's going to be in the hospital a lot, I think the Wake-Up Light would be a great gift to maybe help him feel a bit more energized.

Another cool gift would be a few Lego Architecture sets, which he could work on while in the hospital.

u/King_Chochacho · 1 pointr/KitchenConfidential

Second this. The light doesn't wake me up but it does make it a lot harder to get back to sleep once the alarm goes off.

I think this is about the cheapest one you'll find:

That's what I have, but honestly I think $70 is a bit much for something with basically no other features. Watch for it to go on sale, as it occasionally drops to around $50.

u/beetlesque · 1 pointr/blogsnark

I have a entry-level one. It's a Phillips. I think it cost around $50. This is the Amazon listing for it

u/Dicebar · 1 pointr/ADHD

I had to go through insomnia therapy before my psychologist was willing to start on a diagnosis of ADHD, since sleep deprivation has similar symptoms. I don't have any experience dealing with Adderall, but I can share some more of the advice I was given.

  • Don't stay in bed for over 8 hours. (You're already not doing that, but for a complete list.)
  • Don't sleep in more than 1 hour extra on your off days. (Suffer, mortal! I still do this. It sucks. It helps so much. And it sucks so much.)
  • Use a wake up light if you have trouble waking up (like this).


    My SO does use Adderall (not XR, but still), from her list:

  • Continue with the weed, it helps.
  • Consider taking melatonin an hour before bedtime.
u/TangiestIllicitness · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

I got this one through Amazon.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/insomnia

Non-mobile: Here's

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u/Krusos · 1 pointr/funny

Phillips Wake-up light alarm clock.

u/steve_z · 1 pointr/news

Not the parent, but I have this one and it's extremely helpful for getting me out of bed so damn early.

Just search "sunlight alarm clock" for more.

Also... when I'm getting up before my fiancee, she just wears an eye mask to bed.

u/_icebear · 1 pointr/insomnia

Here's what I use. I just got it last week but so far I really like it! It has a sunrise/alarm setting, and different brightness levels for the clock so you can make it just barely visible at night.

What I'm still struggling a bit with is creating a dark environment before bed! But I'm getting better at that.

u/PistolPete33 · 1 pointr/BruceSpringsteen

How about a framed vinyl record? You can get record frames (for wall hanging) pretty cheaply and put a vinyl album or two in one. I have three myself.

[Record Frame](MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/uncledrew22_ · 1 pointr/travisscott
u/The_Shmef · 1 pointr/TheFence

You can get them with a custom-cut mat like that here. I'd probably just go with one of those, or search for "LP Frame with mat" and browse as you like!

u/JabayTheHutt · 1 pointr/FrankOcean

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/scuba_comet · 1 pointr/Blink182

I think any vinyl purchased on that day got signed. At first it was the first 50 but later I think they said the whole day. Not sure tho!

And I'm thinking about buying one or two of these off amazon

u/wmzombie · 1 pointr/twentyonepilots

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/SnicklefritzSkad · 1 pointr/CageTheElephant

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album Frame, Black (66722)

u/PotaderChips · 1 pointr/eden

MCS 25x16.5 Inch Deluxe Record Album...

Golden State Art, 12.5x12.5 inches...

these are the two frames. the one that holds the cover and vinyl kinda sucks as it doesn’t hold either in place so i had to tape the crap out of it to make it stay and the back doesn’t clip on very well so it’s maybe search for something else.

u/This_is_my_box · 1 pointr/Hamilton

You could be right about the custom matting. There is this one from Amazon which is exactly what I'm looking for, with a decent price too. I'm just worried it'll arrive damaged.

u/Thescone · 1 pointr/TheNational
u/Mighty-HeaIthy · 1 pointr/travisscott
u/JimboLodisC · 1 pointr/vinyl

Really? What about this one

And do they not allow you to buy from the USA Amazon? I order stuff from Amazon UK from time to time and I live in the States.

u/falczone · 1 pointr/FrankOcean
u/ItsSnow · 1 pointr/Flume

I shopped alot and to get a good quality one, it got to be hand made. So for now i used this frame


It is really easy assemble, there is a cut out inside so you just place the Jacket/LP and boom. It seems to hold double LP as well so no probleme there. The quality is nice and durable if you take care of it (For what it's worth).

u/sound_apples · 1 pointr/vinyl

I have purchased several of these . They look great and are glass and wood.

u/eirtep · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

I had a bunch of records in college that I didn't take care of. I gave most away when I graduated or lost them.

I recently bought a record and this frame which looks very nice in my room. Got the one with the record showing cause it's red. Thinkin about buying some more to display. I like the large artwork and it feels more 'adult' than music posters and it's often the same price or cheaper to buy a record+frame than a poster and frame.

For the same reason as the large record art I love Laser Discs movies but I don't actually have any

u/1x33397 · 1 pointr/DIY

I made a word clock to.

u/anarkhist · 1 pointr/DIY

I don't think it has the special birthday feature, but you can buy these and other variants from the market:

u/CrimsonMonster · 1 pointr/DIY

Um... did you look into this clock at all? (If you did I can see why you would like making a more customized version.)

u/BosenHund · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind
u/dommmmmy · 1 pointr/funkopop
u/roastkumara · 1 pointr/Gunpla

Fair point, but I find that the sheer amount of space action bases take up isn't very judicious - I was thinking of something like this but maybe closer to where I live (New Zealand)

u/validproof · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Thinking this might fit and bring them out more
12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Riser Clear by Combination of Life

u/crono333 · 1 pointr/amiibo

I believe this is the one I have... but I would measure your display just in case it's not. It should fit really well on the shelf.

12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D 3 Step Acrylic Riser Clear by Combination of Life

u/aburningman · 1 pointr/amiibo

I like these clear acrylic stands, the 12-inch version is a good size for all but the largest amiibo, which I just put on the top shelf. I purchased some from a more expensive brand, but later found these ones that seem to be pretty much identical:

They'd look good on any shelf IMO, but as the reviews state, they're a perfect complement for Ikea detolf or similar standing glass display cases and fill out the available vertical space in there amazingly well.

u/ElJurt · 1 pointr/amiibo

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko POP Figures Clear 12-Inch W by 8.5-Inch D

u/XnotAcitizenX · 1 pointr/amiibo
u/Chef_Oso89 · 1 pointr/amiibo

The link is for the 12" for $20, and you can also get a 9" for $16.
Also ships with prime, I bought one 12" for the top, & two 9" ones for inside the shelf.

u/Red__Rain77 · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures
u/openshutter · 1 pointr/funkopop

Oh man, all sorts of possibilities! You could go with the tried and true method of stacking the Pop boxes themselves and using those. This post for example, you can see OP used them as tiered stands on the bookshelves. Probably cheapest option since the boxes come with the Pops, most of the time.

After that, you can try buying plastic/acrylic risers. Amazon and the container store have these available most of the time, Amazon having more sizing options. Most people use the clear acrylic ones with their detolf glass cases from ikea. But they’re definitely not limited to just those cases

After that you can try making your own out of foam board. The stuff is pretty cheap at Micheal’s or Walmart and with one sheet, I think you can make ~2 stands. This was the guide I followed. Didn’t use her exact measures, but more so as a template. I’ve got 2 two tiered stands I made from this method.
Hope this helps some!

u/StarWarsFever · 1 pointr/funkopop

oh cool--this is the one i's only 12" wide. I like the option of an 18" wide one. Thanks!

u/TWRogue · 1 pointr/amiibo

Here! I got the 12 x 8.5.

u/LucyMcCat · 1 pointr/Gunpla

If you've got a detolf, I found that this stand fills a shelf really well- you can get 12-15 HGs on there.

u/Kudoii · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures
u/Tenelli · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I'm using a detolf with these. Can get 5 per step and another row in front on Detolf shelf for a total of 20 Nendoroids per shelf.

u/iiTzDAZE · 1 pointr/funkopop

Yea here you go, I use the 12” ones acrylic risers

u/Intelligibel · 1 pointr/de

Ich kann dir nur zu einer Akasha Säule® raten. Seit ich meine habe, kann ich mich endlich der Beeinflussung durch die Echsenmenschen entziehen.

u/flawlessfact · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Go for esoteric stuff

u/BurningPenguin · 1 pointr/news
u/64738362 · 1 pointr/de
u/Fil90 · 1 pointr/amiibo

Combination of Life 3 Step Acrylic Riser Display Shelf for Amiibo Funko Pops Figures Clear 12 inches W by 8.5 inches D

u/PinballWizard273 · 1 pointr/funkopop

Its not a great pic and I still need to buy more characters but I want to do the unsnapped on the left and the snapped on the right. I have the Guardians but they wont really fit... but yeah... just more context

Shelves used:

u/admiralvic · 1 pointr/funkopop

Looks like this.

u/Cooking_Papa · 1 pointr/Megaman here it is, I bought two and they've been really good at displaying Nendoroids, Figmas and Amiibos

u/LeeHarveyT-Bag · 1 pointr/funkopop

Thanks! These guys as recommended on this sub. The 12 inch fits the Detolf shelf perfect.

u/maxdefcon · 1 pointr/funkopop

I got these and can fit 32 funkos on one shelf now. Two of them will fit on one shelf... 16/each.

u/ohnotuxedomask · 1 pointr/oddlysatisfying
u/a_spooky_ghost · 1 pointr/oddlysatisfying
u/m0ro_ · 1 pointr/oddlysatisfying
u/hardknox_ · 1 pointr/oddlysatisfying

Now that they're sold out thanks to /u/Dadalot everyone can run and buy out this much classier one!

u/lanhell · 1 pointr/LSD
u/edlaika · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

Here The picture is signed by Japanese Saber VA.

u/jacobjolie42 · 1 pointr/funkopop

The best way to show off oob pops in my opinion.


u/Pan2590 · 1 pointr/funkopop

It’s this clear stand I found on amazon. NIUBEE Acrylic Riser Display

u/frybbender · 1 pointr/funkopop
u/drjetaz · 1 pointr/funkopop

Thanks man that led me to a US one! Really appreciate it! I added the link for the US ones in case anyone else is curious!

u/The_Window · 1 pointr/funkopop

And some risers too so you can see em all. Based on the amount of POPs you have lined up, I'd say to get this one. I use these but that's cause I have one of those cube organizers. Check out the customer images on both pages to get an idea of what to expect.

u/miyari · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I have Detolfs and I buy these for three-step risers.

Here is a photo.

I also have this set of 3 individual risers. It looks like they're slightly bigger than the ones you linked.

Here is a photo.

Hope this helps!

u/Zabashai · 1 pointr/amiibo

Also not DIY, but I think these are great:


You can fit 4 rows of 5 per shelf.

u/Ryuujinx · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I ordered These off Amazon.

u/AirborneTrooper82573 · 1 pointr/funkopop

HERE A little pricey but they are thick and sturdy. QuakeHold or something similar is a must since a tiny budge will have them all falling.

u/00101011 · 0 pointsr/technology

I own this, it works great.

I have the hardest time waking up, I can sleep through all standard alarm clocks. I used to own one of these but it almost gives me a heart attack every morning and I could easily just turn it off and go right back to sleep.

With the phillips alarm clock it slowly turns on over a 30 minute period which is kind of like the sun rising. Usually I find that I wake up before its fully on, and if for whatever reason the light part fails to wake me up it plays music once the light is all the way on.

u/mtd14 · 0 pointsr/AskReddit

One of those annoying alarm clocks that require you to be active to shut off.


u/ShadyPinesMa_ · 0 pointsr/AmItheAsshole


Have you tried one of the “okay to wake” alarm clocks?


u/explodingplant · -1 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

I'm going to get this soon.. Maybe it will bring out the inner treasure hunter in you.

u/BirdWar · -5 pointsr/DIY