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Alarm Clock Pillow

Is it an alarm? Is it a pillow? Its both!
 
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A vibrating device inside your pillow that can be set to start vibrating at the time you want to wake up. I imagine it will also double as some sort of sex toy and probably would sell more if sold in the adult market.
Mind_Boggle, Sep 03 2003

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       Some mobile phones don't have a strong vibrate function so it wouldn't work. Kreuner, i thought about the lumpy pillow factor and though maybe it could be some sort of thinish sheet laid across the bottom of the pillow or even use one of those Goose doe pillows (i don't know if that's how you spell doe sorry basically what i mean is the feather baby birds have), they're ultra soft, but ultra good
Mind_Boggle, Sep 03 2003
  

       Geeses have doe. Geese have down.
FarmerJohn, Sep 03 2003
  

       A kid at my school made one of these for a gcse project - it was supposed to be an alarm clock for the deaf. I thought it was pretty good.
wagster, Apr 06 2007
  


 

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