Neverlate Executive Alarm Clock

by Carolyn

neverlate_executive_alarmclock.jpgI’m a person who can not get up for work in the morning without an alarm clock. It is impossible for me to get to work on time without one. (The people who get up without one should be checked for cyberneticts.) Even though I need an alarm clock, that doesn’t mean I can’t geek out with my choice of alarm clock.

ThinkGeek has the Executive Neverlate Alarm Clock. This alarm clock has so many features(full feature set below), I’ll just highlight the main points. It has two separate, 7-day alarm schedules and each of those 14 alarms can be set to a different time and wake alarm sound (one of 4 buzzers or 20 preset radio stations). In addition, you can have another seven “every day” alarms. Added up, you get a total of 21 alarms. And if you get bored of the radio, you can plug in your MP3 player and listen through the clock’s speakers and even charge your MP3 player up with the built-in, standard 5V USB port.

Pick one up today for $59.99 over at ThinkGeek.

Executive Neverlate Alarm Clock Features:

  • Alarms:
    • Two 7-day schedules (“his & hers” – 14 different alarms)
    • Seven extra “everyday reminder” alarms
    • Four buzzer ringtones
    • Linked alarm station presets
    • Customizable alarm duration and volume
    • Customizable snooze with “declining snooze” and snooze disable options
    • Alarm skip feature
    • Gradual wake option
    • One-touch alarm review
  • Radio:
    • FM (87.5 – 107.9 MHz) / AM (520 – 1710 kHz) digital tuner
    • 20 station presets
  • Display:
    • High-contrast, HTN/Negative backlit LCD
    • Adjustable multi-level (off, low, medium, high) backlight brightness control
  • Time & Date:
    • 12 hour / 24 hour modes
    • US or Euro calendar display
  • Other Features:
    • Customizable sleep and nap timers
    • Patent-pending rotary dial controls
  • Power Requirements:
    • 110V AC with battery backup (1x CR2032 button-cell battery included)
  • Inputs & Outputs:
    • MP3 input (1/8“ audio)
    • Headphone out (1/8” stereo)
    • 5V powered USB (no data)
  • Dimensions:
    • 5” x 5” x 5”

[via ThinkGeek]

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