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Secret Mission Alarm Clock

Be a spy every day!
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Connected to your computer through a Wi-Fi connection your new Secret Mission Alarm Clock will awake you each morning with "secret Missions" based upon the appointments in your outlook calendar or from a set of pre-configured missions you can select online. Programable settings allow for you to be awaked by any one of a number of characters such as Q, Moneypenny, Bazil, Mother, Charlie or other favorite spy masters. Your missions will be printed on paper that will self-destruct in a specified number of minutes(to allow for extra snoozing) Additional options include random updates through email or text message to keep you on track. Special Secret Mission accessory kits add to the fun.

A must have for the spy enthusiast.

jhomrighaus, Jan 10 2007

007 Alarm Clock 007_20alarm_20clock
Not the same thing, but related nontherless. [hidden truths, Jan 10 2007]

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       Hah!   

       The really hardcore types can choose to be woken up at 0:07
hidden truths, Jan 10 2007
  

       It could serve you martinis to.
jhomrighaus, Jan 10 2007
  

       to what?
po, Jan 10 2007
  

       To woo.
Jinbish, Jan 11 2007
  

       //to what?// //to woo//   

       This place is infested with owls!
theleopard, Jan 11 2007
  

       outlook is simply a placeholder for any calendar/personal organizer.
jhomrighaus, Jan 11 2007
  

       Does it actually say the missions out loud through a speaker?
britboy, Jan 11 2007
  

       Thats what I was thinking, it would also print a little mission summary.
jhomrighaus, Jan 11 2007
  
      
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