- Special robot shape digital alarm clock
- Made of metal material, the quartz alarm clock can be bended as you like shape
- The eye will flash when the time is alarm
- The clamp can nip small something, like business card
- Use the quartz alarm clock to wake you up in the morning, hold notes and photos for you, and be the perfect bedside companion
- Powered by 1 x AAA battery
- Material: Metal
- Color: White & Silver
- Size: 4.8 x 1.97 x 7.87in
- Robot Shaped Metal Desk Quartz Alarm Clock, a good ornament to your room and desk
- Made of high quality material, the digital alarm clock is durable and reliable for long time use
- The metal alarm clock is powered by 1 x AAA battery, put it at the back
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How to Wake Up On Time:
Do you have trouble waking up on time in the mornings despite desperate attempts to do so? Are you afraid you might lose your job or fail a class because you can't get up on time? While most people can simply set an alarm clock and get up at the desired time, almost everybody has trouble rousing themselves at some point, and many people frequently sleep through their alarms. If you're chronically late for work, or if you just need to make sure you don't miss your flight early tomorrow morning, read on
- Get enough sleep. It's hard to drag yourself out of bed after one night of inadequate sleep, and chronic sleep deprivation (a sleep deficit) makes the task even harder. Determine how much sleep you need and make sure to get about that amount each night. At a bare minimum, when waking up on time is crucial, you should try very hard to go to sleep for at least eight hours, even if you have otherwise restful sleep patterns. Your body can't "store" sleep
- Get into a rhythm. Your body's clock follows a circadian rhythm. If your rhythm is set properly, you may be able to regularly wake up refreshed without an alarm, but if it's not you'll wake up groggy or even sleep through your alarm altogether. Make an effort to get to bed and to get up at about the same times every day. If you work changing shifts or otherwise have to adjust your schedule, your rhythm will be thrown off for a while, but you can reset it over a few days
- Adjust for your sleep cycles. The typical human sleep cycle is 90 minutes. Adjust the time you wake up or the time you go to bed so that you sleep for some multiple of 90 minutes (6, 7.5 or 9 hours, for example), and you'll wake up more refreshed
- Get the right alarm clock. Some people need a very loud, harsh alarm, some can't wake up to the radio, and some find that gradual waking works best. There are even many varieties of alarms to stick near you that will vibrate to awaken you, including a vibrating pillow, wrist band, and devices that clip on to your pillow or go between your mattresses. Experiment to find the alarm clock that's best for you and your neighbor(assuming you want to be respectful of course!)
- Position your alarm clock so that you have to get out of bed to turn it off. It's quite common to reach over to the nightstand, turn off the alarm, and go back to sleep without even remembering doing so. If you have to get out of bed and walk across the room, however, you're more likely to stay awake
- Brighten up your bedroom. The body naturally wakes up faster when it's light outside, so keep your curtains open to use the sun to help you awake. If you need to wake up when it's dark, or if you live in a dreary, cloudy place, consider using a timer on your bedroom lamp or getting a light box or a bedside dawn simulator
- Use a very loud alarm like the windup clock pictured above. Place the clock inside a kitchen pot or other metal container turned upside down. Or sleep with headphones on so you get the jolt awake without disturbing others
- If all else fails, just put your alarm clock away from your bed, and extra loud. You wont be able to sleep, if you don't get up
- After setting your alarm clock, put it in a box, lock it with a key and put the key in the farthest corner of the house. You should be awake by the time you get it unlocked to turn it off
- Splash your face with cold water. The cold water will wake you up, and you can get a move on from there
- Make sure that your alarm is properly set before going to bed
- Make sure to remember all the reasons you need to get right out of bed
- Try putting a slice of lemon next to your alarm, when you shut off your alarm, lick or suck on the lemon. That'll wake you up for sure
How to Hear an Alarm Clock:
Do you ever wake up and think to yourself "did my alarm not go off or did I not hear it"? Well this method is a sure way to avoid asking that question and sure way to hear your alarm clock
- The first thing you will need is an old fashion alarm clock. These are the clocks that wind up. They have two bell like features on the top. When the alarm sets a metal piece beats and bangs between the bells.
- Next you will want to get your hands on a big old fashion metal tub. I would look around the flea market. If you want something more decorative discount department stores usually have these around summer time. They carry them in the isle with party supplies.
- Now set the alarm clock and place it inside the tub. You will want to set the tub far enough away from your bed that you actually have to get up to reach it.
- Now when your alarm clock starts going off it will beat and bang around in the metal tub. It will make so much noise you are sure to hear it. The noise will be so bothersome that you will get out of bed to make it stop.
Tips and Warning:
- Test your clock first to make sure you set it correctly. These clocks can be tricky if you are not used to them.
- Do not go back to bed after you turn off your clock.
- Make sure you are not disturbing your neighbors.
- Make sure your metal tub is sturdy and deep enough.
- 1 x Robot Shaped Quartz Clock