1The Bariseur Alarm Clock
The Bariseur is an automatic coffee maker and tea brewer that also doubles as an alarm clock. Wake up to the sound of bubbling hot water and the smell of fresh coffee or loose leaf tea. Inventor Joshua Renouf says his ingenious creation “encourages a ritual in order to establish a routine before going to sleep, signaling to the body and mind that it is time to unwind and relax. The fresh coffee or tea is used as a natural aromatic relaxant throughout the night then stimulates the user in the morning once brewed.” (Source)
The clock looks like a curved iPod and is put in place at night. In the morning, it wakes the user up with an orgasm. Instead of an annoying noise, the sex toy buzzes away and has six different speeds to choose from.
The website boasts: "Wake Up Vibe will change your life. Start the day with good vibrations.” The toy comes in pink, purple and black, costs $99 on Amazon, and has mixed reviews online. (Buy it Here)
3Money Shredding Alarm Clock
5Ticklish Alarm Clock
Lolzzz is one of three inventions in the MonYay! collection of time-management devices that will help you enjoy life on a fixed schedule. (Source)
6Water Powered Alarm Clock
So, unless you figure out how to refill this sucker while sleepwalking, it should get you up and going better than anything with a snooze button. And it's nice looking too—it's made out of glass, copper and cord, so it won't clash with your style or reset itself when the power goes out.
Honestly, this alarm would be way more useful if the dripping occurred on your face. (Source)
7Wake Up Work Out Alarm Clock
8Pavlok Alarm Clock
The alarm clock promises to train you to wake up. The wearable works simply by pairing with its companion app (for iOS and Android). After that, you'll set an alarm that is saved directly to the wearable, and even if you decide to turn your phone off, you'll still wake up to the alarm.
When it comes to waking up, you have a few options—there's the "vibration only" mode, which is a silent alarm clock, simply vibrating gently against your wrist to shake you awake. There's the "vibrate then zap" option, which zaps you after the vibrations alone have proven ineffective for around 60 seconds. Finally, you can select "zap only" for the times when you just need to get up ASAP. After a few zaps, your body will be trained to wake up before your alarm has the chance to shock you. If you need to break your late sleeping habit, this may be the tool for you. (Source)
9Laser Target Alarm Clock
If you want to take a nap, just press one of the big buttons on top, and you're all set. 15 minutes, 30 minutes or 60 minutes, your choice—a timer on the right next to the time tells you how much time you have left. There's no more need to reprogram your alarm clock or set up your phone, just press the big button and sleep. Pressing the buttons won't affect the regular alarm setting either, so you can snooze all you want. (Source)