Discrete alarm clock

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Discrete alarm clock

Postby jimkotecki » 01 Jun 2012 17:24

This morning my wife woke me up on the couch at around 6am where I had fallen asleep watching Game of Thrones the night before and we went back to sleep and I had the craziest dreams for the next hour until I woke up late for work. I've heard this is a very common occurrence when you wake up about an hour before you are supposed to be up and then go back to sleep.

Here's my problem. I have a wife and two kids, the baby of which sleeps in our room sometimes. So I can't exactly be setting an alarm clock for 5am every morning and pissing everyone off. I thought "Hey, what if I just get an alarm clock that is like a hearing aid...that would be discrete and work great for what I need!" Unfortunately, I seem to be the first person to ever want this as I can't find it anywhere. The closest I found was this: http://www.minicastle.com/ but that looks too big with it's clip and seems like it would be uncomfortable for a person who likes to sleep on their sides.

Has anyone heard of any products like this? Or perhaps some alternative idea to an in-ear alarm that I could use?

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Shadow
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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby Shadow » 03 Jun 2012 02:56

You better hurry up and get a patent on that lol ;)

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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby Sander » 21 Jul 2012 23:52

you could try to put your phone on vibrate and put it under your pillow...?
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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby Sander » 22 Jul 2012 17:06

i can't imagine digital watches with a vibrate function don't exist, nowadays.. deaf people need alarms too. Maybe if you do some research, you could find something like this.
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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby Peter » 22 Jul 2012 20:35

use a biological alarm clock - experiment with drinking water at bedtime and work out how much you need to feel the urge to go to the toilet and then your body will wake you up around the same time each morning. It will also get you out of bed for a few minutes and may help with getting lucid when you try to get back to sleep
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LucidCub
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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby LucidCub » 06 Aug 2012 17:04

It might be rather difficult to find, but you might be able to create one by modifying an alarm clock to give out light (replace the speaker with an LED, I was originally gonna do this to create my own lucid dreaming device, but i never did it).

You could also set an alarm on your phone and plug head phones into it, just make sure that plugging head phones in does stop the speakers.
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scorchgeek
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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby scorchgeek » 03 Sep 2012 04:21

This post is a bit old, so no guarantees this product still exists, but I thought of this:
http://lifehacker.com/5883126/lark-silent-alarm-clock-will-wake-you-up-without-disturbing-your-partner-and-help-you-sleep-better

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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby Sander » 03 Sep 2012 21:52

scorchgeek wrote:This post is a bit old, so no guarantees this product still exists, but I thought of this:
http://lifehacker.com/5883126/lark-silent-alarm-clock-will-wake-you-up-without-disturbing-your-partner-and-help-you-sleep-better

like i said: vibrating watch ^^
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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby kpanzmc » 28 Sep 2012 10:50

great post, I will do it now.

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Re: Discrete alarm clock

Postby broken850 » 01 Nov 2012 10:23

however if that would happen then you only need to stop taking it and the symptoms normally disappear after a while. So what I am trying to say is go for it.
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