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March 22, 2018

Screaming Meanie — Industrial Strength Travel Alarm


This device was created for long-distance truckers, but it's ideal for anyone who wants to get some sleep and ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY must get up on time

It's a 20-hour countdown timer — on steroids.

You simply set the hours and minutes before you want to wake up (up to 19 hours 59 minutes) and go to sleep, secure in the knowledge that no matter what, you won't sleep through your alarm.

The alarm is so loud, you can wear earplugs and get a really good night's sleep secure in the knowledge that you'll be jolted awake right on time by a piercing 120 dB siren —  "loud enough to wake the dead."

There are two volume settings: "loud" and "frighteningly loud."

No more worries about AM/PM, times zones, or anything.

Includes a backlit display to check time remaining and a built-in battery tester.

Turning off the alarm requires you to push three buttons simultaneously  — a maneuver complex enough that you will HAVE to wake up to shut the darned thing off.

Green or Black.

In case you aren't familiar with the decibel scale, 120 is 10 times louder than 110.

110 db is equivalent to sitting in the front row at a rock concert.

Is that loud enough for you?



March 22, 2018 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


But will it wake the undead...🧟‍♂️

Posted by: Flautist | Mar 22, 2018 8:46:06 AM

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