Quietly Wake Up With the Un-Alarm Clock
June 26, 2011 by Michael
I am not a morning person; I like my sleep just as much as anyone else. There are some mornings where the alarm clock goes off and I really struggle to get up. However, it has been claimed that it is not only what time you wake up but also how you wake up that can determine how you feel when you wake up.
Typically people set an alarm clock or the alarm on their phone in order to wake up at a precise time, this results in a loud buzzer that awakens you from the lovely dream world. Having a buzzer going off when you are in a totally relaxed state is guaranteed to put you in a bad mood, not a great start to the day! The other problem is that quite often the alarm clock will not only wake you up but also you partner and people in bedrooms in close proximity.
The answer to this problem is the Un-Alarm Clock. The Un-Alarm Clock is made up of a charging dock and a wristband. The wristband is worn by the user whilst asleep. During sleep, the wristband micromovement sensor monitors sleep behavior such as how long it takes to get to sleep and the number of times you woke. This information is sent to your mobile device so that you can review the data. This is essential as it can tell you if you are waking up during the night which could be causing the tiredness in the morning.
The Un-Alarm Clock is really easy to use, simply enter the time you would like to be woken up on your iPhone (Android compatibility coming soon) and the wristband will gently wake you up by vibrating. This ensures that you wake up without a loud buzzing noise and also only wakes the user wearing the wristband up.
The charger is used to recharge the Li-Ion battery within the wristband; it can charge the wristband during the day and at night pop your phone on to recharge that.