real review of a alarm clock / bluetooth alarm clock you own.

killster1

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Im in the market for another alarm clock for teenagers, figure a light, 2 alarms and bluetooth speaker would be nice. If it could integrate with smartthings be even better.

I own the beddi and it seemed overpriced but works even has charging / bluetooth / whitenoise but the speaker is weak and requires phone always (except for time and lights)
 

mxnerd

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This is the one that I have owned from 1987 - now



works like a champ. Functions in the On, Off, Radio, Wake, and obnoxious glaring buzzer noise modes. Whatever you prefer. This thing will never die.
 

killster1

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Don't own it personally.

https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-POWERIVER-Portable-Dual-Driver-Distortion/dp/B07FQKJ6DY

No USB charging adapter included though.

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couple fun reviews.
"Didn’t know it was touch sensitive.
Corner lights are activated on there own sometimes. The buzzer is birds chirping. But the color of the numbers were visible and easy to distinguish at night and at day"

other person says the clock function turns off after a few hours even when plugged in (sounds annoying the description and another reviewer mention the display stays on when charging) So oK ill get one see how it works, it seems to do everything (except charge) and they need a 5 port charger anyway so this will charge nicely from that. Thanks i spent a while looking at different ones but this seems good. i like the sd card slot too.
 
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I like a clock with readout large enough to read across a dark room without my glasses.
 

killster1

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I like a clock with readout large enough to read across a dark room without my glasses.
thats cool but im not going to buy one for you ;) (anything modern looks like a decently big layout)
 
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This is the one that I have owned from 1987 - now



works like a champ. Functions in the On, Off, Radio, Wake, and obnoxious glaring buzzer noise modes. Whatever you prefer. This thing will never die.
That's similar to, but taller than the one I've got...similar "vintage" too. If it ain't broke, don't replace it...amirite?
 
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That's similar to, but taller than the one I've got...similar "vintage" too. If it ain't broke, don't replace it...amirite?
It is the oldest thing I own, by far. It has traveled with me everywhere I have lived, and I am certain that it will outlive me.
 

Micrornd

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He's asking for an alarm clock to wakeup and get teenagers out of bed, not adults
In my experience, any alarm clock designed to get teenagers up would need the cattle-prod option.
Just sayin' - maybe your experiences are different.
 

killster1

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They are smart I'm sure they are just showing off their retro clocks. The alarm is for a 11 year old. Smart things siren works well but wakes me up too. Ordering the suggested one today see how It goes. will be a decent speaker worst case. Just wish I could change the alarm for Wednesday wakes up 1 hour later and most clocks just have weekend change routine.
 
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He's asking for an alarm clock to wakeup and get teenagers out of bed, not adults
In my experience, any alarm clock designed to get teenagers up would need the cattle-prod option.
Just sayin' - maybe your experiences are different.
Oh...then there really is only one choice:

 

mxnerd

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He's asking for an alarm clock to wakeup and get teenagers out of bed, not adults
In my experience, any alarm clock designed to get teenagers up would need the cattle-prod option.
Just sayin' - maybe your experiences are different.
This one definitely should work. :p

 

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