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Alarm Clocks

Barisieur Coffeemaker Clock

Barisieur Coffeemaker Clock

Joshua Renouf’s beautiful coffeemaker alarm clock is now a real product. Place coffee grounds or tea leaves on the Barisieur and when its alarm goes off, it will boil water and pour it, waking you further with the aroma. Save 10% in The Awesomer Shop.

Zelda Triforce Alarm Clock

Zelda Triforce Alarm Clock

“Open your eyes… wake up Link.” Paladone’s officially licensed The Legend of Zelda Triforce alarm clock will help make fans of the series start their day right. It plays part of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past’s theme as its alarm sound.

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Rick & Morty Screaming Sun Alarm Clock

Rick & Morty Screaming Sun Alarm Clock

One of ThinkGeek’s April Fools jokes. This clock features a very accurate replica of the sun from one of the planets that Rick and the Smiths visited in Rick and Morty. When the alarm goes off, the sun comes up and then screams nonstop for 42 hours.

Game Boy Alarm Clock

Game Boy Alarm Clock

Wake up to 8-bit tunes with this officially licensed Nintendo Game Boy alarm clock. It looks and feels just like the real thing, and plays Super Mario Land sounds when the alarm goes off. It’s powered by two AA batteries and has removable feet.

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