Make sure you reliably wake up on time with the Sonic Boom Alarm Clock With Bed Shaker. The clock helps deep sleepers or anyone with mild to severe hearing loss wake up with unique alarm options that an unconscious mind just can’t ignore.
To provide you with three alarm options, the clock has a built-in outlet for a lamp, an auxiliary jack for a bed shaker (included), and an extra loud adjustable alarm tone. You can even hit the snooze button like you would with any old alarm clock.
Wake up to any combination of loud pulsating audio alarm, flashing lights, and shaking bed
Adjust the alarm volume and tone to achieve the most effective audio alert
Easily view the large, bright green LED display with adjustable display angle
Auto-Dimmer automatically reduces display level when the room gets darker
EASY: Set up like a typical alarm clock. The bed shaker simply goes under your mattress.
Clock plugs into a standard power outlet with the included AC adapter. The bed shaker plugs into the clock.
Adjustable loud buzzer up to 113 decibels
Adjustable volume and tone controls let you pick the perfect volume and tone to best alert you
One switch lets you choose any or all of the lamp, bed shaker, or buzzer signals
Has ON/OFF switch for using lamp as a reading light
Bed shaker control allows steady or pulsing vibrations for best alerting (included)
Built-in deluxe remote receiver works with any Sonic Alert transmitter
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