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Extra loud alarm clock with vibrating pad and visual ring indicator, so you never oversleep again. The large display and fonts means this clock is also great for those with a visual impairment.
Extra loud alarm and ringer (95 dB)
Vibrating under pillow pad included
LED visual ringer indicator
4 alarm options : Ringer + vibrator ;Ringer + Flash ; Vibrator ; Vibrator + flash
Volume and tone control
Dimmer switch (HI/Low)
Clock setting 12h (UK version)
Additional Function : Amplifier for Telephone Ringer
Snooze time adjustable from 1 to 30 minutes
Alarm time adjustable from 1 to 59 min
5 levels for the dimmer setting
Extra large display
Dimensions L 200 x W 120 x H50 mms
The Geemarc Wake 'n' Shake is a compact and stylish large display digital alarm clock which can wake you with an extra loud alarm, strobe light or a vibrating pad or a combination of the 3, so if you want to just have the shaker and alarm, you can. The Wake 'n' Shake can also alert you to the telephone, by connecting the Wake 'n' Shake to your telephone line, so your Wake 'n' Shake can wake you up when your phone rings! The extra loud alarm rings up to 95dB, along with the powerful shaker pad and bright visual ring indicator which should ensure you always wake up in time! This is ideal for someone who has a hearing impairment. The clock has an extra-large digital display so you can see the time displayed clearly, so also geeat for those with a visual impairment. The instructions are user-friendly, and the time and alarm are easy to set. It has a 12-hour clock, so take care to set it for AM rather than PM (assuming you're planning on waking in the morning rather than the evening). The snooze button gives you another nine minutes of sleep. You don’t need a battery, but you can install one as back-up in case you have a power cut in the night. It has the largest display of all our clocks - the red numbers are 50mm high so you won't need to squint to read the time, even if you're bleary eyed in the morning.