Shock Clock electroshocks you to wake up in the morning

Shock Clock wearable

One common problem that we all face in the morning is getting out of the bed. In that dozed phase, nothing seems more important than nestling in the cozy comfort and losing yourself into sleep again. You can have alarms to wake yourself up in the morning, but you also have the option to shut it down or hit the snooze button. Nobody, but you can stop yourself from ignoring the alarm. That however could change with the Shock Clock by Pavlok Shock Clock, currently up on Indiegogo for funding.

This unique wearable uses electric shock to give you electrifying mornings each day, eventually turning you into a morning man. The electric shock is not delivered on the first go. Rather, the device vibrates at first and then beeps the next time. If you ignore these both alarms, it’s time for some shock therapy. This is definitely going to train your brain to get up come what may.

Shock Clock promises to transform you into a morning person!

Pavlok have developed a similar shock delivering gadget in the past. It was a health tracker that delivered a shock when you ignored the routine and ignored your own fitness regime. Coming on to the Shock Clock, it sounds like a pretty novel idea for lazy people who find sleep as their priority. Especially in the morning time.

Shock Clock wearable app

The wearable comes with an accompanying app on which you can set alarms, timer or stop watch function. For now your best option to secure the Shock Clock is a $89 USD deal which will ensure two Shock Clock’s in either of the 5 different color options.

Via: TheVerge

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