Successfully waking up on the first ring of your alarm often relies on slowly convincing yourself of the benefits of doing so. With a Shock Clock, on the other hand, you won’t need much convincing. Strap it to your wrist, set it, and the next morning the Shock Clock will try to wake you up gently with simple vibrations. If that doesn’t work, a loud, irritating beep should do the job, but if not, it’ll deliver an uncomfortable shock to your wrist that’s bound to get you up and at ’em. It’s compatible with iOS and Android devices, works in conjunction with the Pavlok app to set the alarm and associated settings (i.e. whether and how you want it to eventually shock you should your groggy self not respond), and lasts between three and five days on a charge.
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