Alarm clock forces users out of bed to enter a code
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There may be a lucky few who never have trouble getting up in the morning, but for everyone else, engineer and designer Paul Sammut has a new solution. Now fully funded on Kickstarter, Sammut's new Ramos alarm clock can't be turned off by any ordinary means; rather, users must get up and walk to an accompanying defuse panel to punch in the clock's preset deactivation code. There's no “snooze” button in easy reach on the Ramos clock, which has been in development for years, Sammut says. “Ramos is a clock I made after I got tired of constantly oversleeping,” he…
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