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December 10, 2008

Tantrum Throwing Alarm Clock


That's different.

I can't speak for you but where I live, this is a single-use device.

The first wall impact is the deepest.

From the website:

    Tantrum Throwing Alarm Clock

    This alarm clock pounds its fists and opens its mouth while "shouting" its alarm.

    As your selected wake-up time approaches to within five minutes its feet and body will begin to glow and when the alarm sounds it begins tapping its arms lightly — but if you are dilatory in touching its snooze sensor by more than one minute, it launches into its full tantrum routine (turns off after an hour of unabated whining).

    It also dances to music played from its radio or your connected MP3 player by flashing its lights and swinging its arms.

    A sensor on its head also allows you to "pet" the clock, causing it to "smile" and tap its fists in appreciation.

    Its eyes will flash red when its four AA batteries (not included) get too low, or it can plug into AC.

    9-1/2"W x 7-1/2"D x 5"H.

    Ages 8 and up.




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Yeah, I think one-time-use is about right!!!!

Posted by: Lilorfnannie | Dec 11, 2008 9:10:28 AM

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