Can't wake up? You're not alone. Sleepyheads around the world have developed a host of tricks to wake themselves up. Some use extra loud alarm clocks or set a handful of different devices to go off at once. And yet, so many of us still end up snoozing — and then dashing to work at a sprint.
Now, We never let you oversleep again. Meet Clocky, the alarm clock on wheels. Clocky goes off at the appointed time... but that's where the normal part ends. If you don’t get up, it rolls off your bedside table and starts zooming around your room, beeping like mad. You’ve got to get out of bed and track the little guy down to turn it off—at which point we pretty much guarantee you’ll be wide awake.It's time to wake up!
It can be jumping and running, you can't catch it until you wake up. A drop height of up to 3 feet (90 cm). The mobility of wood and carpet. A variable snooze time (0-9 minutes)(snooze once before Clocky runs away, or choose 0 and Clocky runs right away). A flashing screen when beeping/running with two strong running wheels.
In order to avoid the alarm clock jump from 3 feet, do not put in a place where is too high. The alarm clock will be running in different about 30 seconds until it finds a break. The backlight will be flashing while the alarm clock moving and rings. Sometimes, the alarm clock revolves while running into a wall. The clock will continue to maintain the ring for 9 minutes after the run, or wait till you get up and turn off it.